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GREEN Living Wednesday, April 19
Since 1970, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) has been working diligently for the removal of all criminal penalties for the private possession, use and nonprofit …
Serious RHYTHMS Wednesday, April 19
Jacksonville native and DASOTA grad Jamison Ross has wasted no time in staking his place in the current jazz scene. While still in high school, he was featured in the ’07 documentary Chops. …
FUNKY is the New 50 Wednesday, April 19
LA punk-funk-rocker pioneers Red Hot Chili Peppers have survived death, addiction, personnel changes and the rise and fall of the ’90s alt-rock era, selling more than 80 million records in the …
Write it RIGHT Wednesday, April 12
Every MC has a niche. Some spit hot, fast fire. Some focus on political awareness or hyper-real storytelling. Some know how to leverage social media to build their careers. Some concentrate on …
The GENUINE Article Wednesday, April 12
For the last 20 years, Drive-By Truckers has served as Southern rock’s most reliable powerhouse. Every two years, you can count on a densely packed, well-written and hard-charging concept …
PSYCH You Out Wednesday, April 12
For more than 20 years, the Japanese psychedelic rock band Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso UFO have been creating some truly mind-expanding music on both the stage and studio. Their …
Prime RHYME Wednesday, April 12
Jacksonville has consistently been the inspiration for, and home of, some seriously progressive hip-hop. Come check some of the city’s best at the independent hip-hop festival Duval Fest VI, …
BEACHSIDE Boogie Wednesday, April 5
Once again, Springing the Blues offers up another year of superior blues action. This year’s lineup includes performances by Eric Gales Band, Chubby Carrier & The Bayou Swamp Band, Toronzo …
Loosely RAPPED Wednesday, April 5
Orlando-based hip-hop artist MidaZ the Beast keeps it on a progressive tip, adept on blending cerebral songwriting, tripped-out production and a strong, word delivery. Check out his “Graduation …
NOW We Know Wednesday, April 5
Two years ago, in these esteemed pages, longtime Folio Weekly scribe Arvid Smith penned a piece, “What We Will Never Know About Leo Kottke.” After scrambling through the usual gantlet of …