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OPEN DOOR POLICY Wednesday, March 25
The phone call lasted no more than three minutes. The job — editor at Folio Weekly, a publication for which I have great reverence — was offered and accepted within the first 20 seconds. I missed a good portion of the details that followed, as …
THE DAY AFTER Wednesday, March 25
OBSERVATIONS FROM THE CAMPAIGN SO FAR
The forward-thinking musician brings his singular style to Northeast Florida
Or, How to Transcend Earthly Rock 'n' Roll Concerns with frontman Michael Gira
ARTS & CRAFTS Wednesday, March 25
Looking for the perfect masterpiece to hang in your baby’s room, man cave, or meth lab? The solution can be found at this year’s Old Town Art Show, a two-day fest with more than 60 …
SYNTH YOU ASKED Wednesday, March 25
New Orleans synth-poppers Prom Date sound like the de facto electronic offspring of early ’80s new wave bands like New Order and Soft Cell, or even an amped-up, updated version of Computer …
DAY ON THE GREEN Wednesday, March 25
Springtime is here and that can mean only one thing for us Folio Weekly staffers: crippling allergy attacks and subsequent antihistamine abuse. When we’re not coughing, sneezing and sniffling …
21st-CENTURY CHANTEUSE Wednesday, March 25
Acclaimed contemporary jazz singer Sara Gazarek is well known for delivering strong interpretations of jazz standards and even pop hits (like her savvy blending of The Beatles’ …
BETWEEN THE SHEETS Wednesday, March 25
German artist Angela Glajcar creates dazzling installations constructed solely out of gigantic, hand-torn sheets of white paper. Glajcar sculpts these monumental, accordion-like pieces with a keen …
FOR HERE OR TO GO? Wednesday, March 25
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