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CLASSICAL Thursday, December 4, 2014
If you cringe every time someone starts howling “Hallelujah!” at the top of their lungs this holiday season, don’t blame God (or Cohen or Buckley) – blame Handel! Composed in …
AMERICANA DELUXE Thursday, December 4, 2014
Before his death in 1991, Gamble Rogers had become a near-mythical figure for his folk songs and stories celebrating his beloved Florida. Rogers was known as an encouraging force for up-and-coming …
SPOKE HIGHLY Thursday, December 4, 2014
Put the pedal to the metal and ride at Burro Bags’ Seventh Anniversary Race & Party. The local indie-masters of making kickass cycling bags and accessories give local street riders the …
SMOOTH OPERATORS Thursday, December 4, 2014
While Folio Weekly sees them as “Steely Dan without the hip, jazz chord progressions and dark, cerebral lyrics,” Hall & Oates are undoubtedly kings of blue-eyed soulful rock of the …
HORROR BUSINESS Thursday, December 4, 2014
The originators of “horror punk” slither into Underbelly this week. Slamming through psychobilly chord progressions and choking out dark lyrics, The Misfits are the O.G.’s …
What would masterpieces look like if they had to meet the standards of Jacksonville’s self-appointed decency cop?
In which the boys mount the biggest comeback in franchise history
The local sonic reducer will distort and destroy familiar melodies, then reassemble them in his own perverse style
GOVT TOOLS Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Comprehensive Pentagon studies of America's nuclear missile infrastructure released in November (following disturbing reports of readiness failures) included the revelation that nuclear warheads had to be attached with a particular wrench, even …
OH TO BE IN ENGLAND … Wednesday, December 3, 2014
In November, London's Daily Telegraph reported a gardener hired by the House of Commons spent a day pulling color-changing leaves from trees on Westminster Palace grounds — because it would be more cost-effective than to rake them up after they …