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CAPRICORN: May 28-June 3 Wednesday, May 28
You’d really benefit from engaging with a compassionate critic someone who’d gently and lovingly invite you to curb your excesses, heal your ignorance and correct mistakes. Would you search for a …
LEGENDS NEVER DIE Tuesday, July 1
In a short preface to The Last Kind Words Saloon, Larry McMurtry’s new novel about Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday and the gunfight at the OK Corral, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Lonesome Dove …
PISCES: April 30-May 6 Tuesday, April 29
If blindfolded, most people can’t tell the difference between Pepsi and Coca-Cola. I bet you can, this week. Odds are, you can distinguish between genuine promises and fake ones. You always know …
AQUARIUS: May 28-June 3 Wednesday, May 28
Now’s a great time to dream up five new ways to have fun. There’s nothing wrong with your current methods. It’s just that in the next few weeks, life conspires to help you drop some …
REVENGE TALES & TORTURE PORN Wednesday, May 28
Quentin Tarantino’s claim that the Israeli thriller Big Bad Wolves was the best movie of 2013 is patently absurd, but at least it drew attention to a movie that might otherwise have been …
HOW MARIJUANA SAVED A LIFE Wednesday, April 30
Elsewhere in this issue, you’ll find a pretty great piece on Florida’s in-the-starter-blocks medical marijuana industry, which is gearing up in the likely (according to polls) event that …
AS GOOD AS YOU DESERVE Wednesday, April 30
Why TV news is really terrible
IN DEFENSE OF RICK SCOTT Wednesday, April 30
The letter in the April 16 Folio Weekly regarding Rick Scott [“Diversions,” Ted Mikalsen] is strictly speculation. If Gov. Scott was believed to be guilty of committing …
A MAYOR FOR BLACK JACKSONVILLE Wednesday, April 30
Cindy Laquidara announced last week that she’s resigning her job as the city of Jacksonville’s chief attorney to take a private-sector gig (she’ll start at Ackerman Senterfitt in …
LEO: July 2-8 Tuesday, July 1
According to an ancient Greek myth, Sisyphus keeps pushing a boulder up a steep hill only to lose control of it just before he reaches the top, watching in dismay as it tumbles to the bottom. After each failure, he lumbers back down where he started and starts rolling it up again – and fails again.
 
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What was the 'Best Scandal' in Northeast Florida over the past year?
The Best of Jax ballot released on July 30 will ask this question and many more