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ABLE-BODIED IN THE COVERAGE GAP Wednesday, June 17
Is Medicaid expansion a handout or a leg up?
THE LANDING 2.0 Wednesday, May 20
Shepherding Downtown Jacksonville's festival shopping mecca into adulthood
LAW OF LANGUAGE Wednesday, April 8
The First Coast Freethought Society presents the panel discussion “Freedom of Speech: The Linchpin of a Free Society,” featuring panelists Parvez Ahmed, Ph.D. (pictured), UNF associate …
THE DAY I BECAME A DICKHEAD Wednesday, April 15
A longtime Folio Weekly contributor (and even longer time guitarist) bows before the mighty Dick Dale
ROCK BARD Wednesday, April 15
What can we say about Mr. Dylan that hasn’t been said already? Well, let’s try. In the mid-’60s, Bawb is the same genius who made rock lyricism an art form and then released the …
BENEFIT Wednesday, April 15
Large, organized events that involve cycling, running, walking or a combination of all three always seem to benefit some vague charity no one knows much about, much less supports. The 11th annual …
HANDS-FREE ACTION Wednesday, June 24
JACKSONVILLE ARMADA FC VS. BOCA JUNIORS
DARK SOUNDS Wednesday, April 22
The husband-and-wife team of Mike and Tara Connelly join forces creatively as Clay Rendering, making music that blends elements of dark wave, psych rock, dream pop and even black metal. Both are …
LET’S NOT DREDGE THE RIVER Yesterday at 12:00 PM
Many people say they want to dredge the St. Johns River. I am hoping to reverse the rush toward dredging, and I have an alternative plan. This plan is based on my 45 years’ experience as a Merchant Marine, while serving 35 years in the U.S. Navy Reserve and active duty service. I retired as a USN Commander; and spent my last 23 years in the Merchant Marine as a Chief Engineer.
CONTINUING WEST Yesterday at 12:00 PM
WHEN THEY DIED IN A 1940 CAR CRASH, Eileen McKenney was far better known (by name, at least) than her novelist husband Nathanael West. Made famous in her older sister Ruth McKenney’s 1938 memoir My Sister Eileen, she inspired at least two books, two movies, a Broadway musical, and a TV series. They were all light-hearted and comic.