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Never before has so much been spent to accomplish so little for so few. The city is about to blow more than $60 million to create nothing. The concert venue at Metropolitan Park has already been … more
The time to elect a new mayor is just around corner. Now is the time to elect a woman to run City Hall! Lenny Curry has been in office for four years, and his governing style has been nothing but … more
I wonder if Ronald J. Harnek, president of Seaside School Consortium Inc.’s governing board, will threaten to sue me like he did Duval County School Board Superintendent Diana Greene. Dr. … more
People of a certain age (read: older than you, if you’re in the target demographic of our advertisers) recall when Jacksonville and Northeast Florida dominated the state. That was some decades … more
The first–and perhaps last–round of local elections are less than a week away, and for any of you cannabisseurs out there who may be wondering if these contests will have any impact on … more
He protected his community for nearly seven years, and now a heroic dog is being remembered for his dedicated service. K9 Cygan, a retired member of the Clay County Police Department, made a name … more
Fish camps have a long and storied history all along the East Coast. By most accounts, they sprung up in the early 20th century when fishers would set up camp, go fishing, drink and tell stories, … more
“There was a farmer had a sauce and pesto was its name-oh, P-E-S-T-O, P-E-S-T-O, P-E-S-T-O. And pesto was its name-oh.” Bet you can guess the topic of this week’s column: … more
Just outside the gates of Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park, about 90 minutes from Denver, is a sleepy mountain town of about 6,000 people. Almost deserted in the winter, it comes alive … more
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