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Two weeks ago, as I'm sure you've heard, Shad Khan unveiled his plans for The Shipyards in a slick-as-shit video that probably cost more to put together than I'll make this year. On Feb. 23, his company sent the city of Jacksonville a Term Sheet …
THE IMITATION GAME Wednesday, March 4
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then the phenomenon known as the tribute act takes sincerity to a level just this side of swearing on a 10-foot stack of Bibles during a blood …
SAD BUT TRUE Wednesday, March 4
Do you have an excess of healthy feelings in your life? Then hie yourself to the Mope Grooves concert! This boss band from Portland, Oregon, might release lo-fi music, but the garage pop of songs …
MARITIME MEALTIME Wednesday, March 4
“Call me Chef Ishmael!” The 34th annual St. Augustine Lions Seafood Festival features a huge selection of seafood and landlubber eats, live music ranging from rock to bluegrass, arts and …
RAM ON IT Wednesday, March 4
Winter has left its icy mark and frosty wound on Northeast Florida, and only time will tell if we shall ever recover from those soul-piercing, frigid seven-and-three-quarter days. Celebrate the …
GREEN GENES Wednesday, March 4
If you’re having a “tempeh” tantrum due to your stoned roommate’s insistence on following you around the house while eating “Smoked Pork Tickles,” head on out to …
Jacksonville hip-hop has always been a fickle beast. Some great stuff has been released over the past 20 years that I have been in town. And there has been some real crap, too. It's easy enough for me to criticize, as I have never been a true fan of …
ART Wednesday, March 4
Flagler College’s art students certainly bust their asses in honing their blossoming creative disciplines, but credit must certainly go to the school’s notable faculty toiling there. The …
New York four-piece are fast becoming the darlings of the indie rock scene
Local visual artist unveils his latest assemblages and sculptures