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So, maybe you know your city council member. Maybe. Such a low amount of voters actually voted in the last election that we wouldn't put it past you if you didn't.  That's why Folio … more
Coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket throughout the state of Florida and along with that so do the fears of students and faculty who say they don’t feel safe going back to campus. How will … more
Saturday, August 27, 1960 was a fairly normal day in post-war America--for a while, anyway. The Olympics were going on in Rome, where a couple of world records were set in swimming. The day was … more
When Delphine Brock finishes teaching, she sits for a few moments, alone in silence. “I just need to sit, because it’s so much. It’s overwhelming.” It is a rare but needed … more
These teens do a lot, try not to feel bad about yourself. more
Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels has starred in so many local videos that some folks call them “The Sheriff’s Reality Show.”  Daniels’ is running for re-election, … more
In an ill-advised move to position Jacksonville as the bland new city of the south, the Curry administration adopted the slogan It’s Easier Here. I don’t need to tell you why that’s … more
What started as a small Facebook group comprised of parents worried about the implications of reopening schools during the coronavirus pandemic has become a collective voice of opposition. With more … more
One year ago Jen and Ray Ezenbacher decided to turn their favorite late night snack into a Jacksonville Beach small business, having never anticipated the challenges coming their way. Despite dealing … more
 Coronavirus arrived through air and lungs in early 2020. Since then, we’ve cut out most nonessential interaction with strangers and loved ones. Even with loosened restrictions in Florida, … more
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