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Royal Treatment Wednesday, October 9, 2013
You crowned the best events, stores, services, bars, restaurants and more
The melee that led to Zach Tipton’s death lasted only 10 seconds, prosecutors say
THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED Wednesday, November 12
Mourning the end of Jones College Radio
Coverage of the Florida Blue One Spark Speaker Series
SOMEBODY’S LYING Wednesday, September 17
An activist accuses the St. Augustine Record of bowing 
to pressure from Jeremy Banks' attorney. The paper accuses her of spreading misinformation
THE WAR OVER MOLLY HATCHET Wednesday, October 1
Decades after one of the biggest bands to ever hail from Northeast Florida fell off the pop culture radar, a battle rages on Facebook over its legacy
FAITH IN FILM Wednesday, October 1
The enormous number of new DVD releases every week is mind-numbing, particularly since so many of them are the direct-to-video type, like A Dangerous Man (the latest drivel from Steven Seagal). Usually I’m not in the least tempted by a title I've never heard of, but last week I made an exception, solely because I recognized the name of the director. The movie is The Sacrament (2013). The writer-director is Ti West, probably not familiar to many moviegoers, but a man whose prior films were original enough to further pique my interest.
TOMBOI DELIVER THE SHARP BEATS Wednesday, November 19
The savvy synth poppers dish on the message behind the rhythms, kissing girls, and John Travolta
He was Jacksonville's most iconoclastic artist. God, he hated this place
A few disclaimers before we launch into this week's soul-crushing record review: 
 1) I hate the name Bleeding in Stereo, which coincidentally happens to be the name 
of this band. Any band that has "bleeding" in 
its name — Romeo Bleeding, …
 
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