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Break out the champagne and confetti! We’re turning 32 this week. I write “we,” even though 32 years ago, I was in the wee-early stages of my professional development, as it were. … more
In Jacksonville, we vote in spurts. Instead of spacing out our elections or combining them, we put our first municipal elections a mere four months after the midterms, and then follow those March … more
The little boy slid a despairing look at me as he and I sat for our weekly tutoring session. His mother stood behind us. My heart ached for him as she ranted on, her voice getting louder and more … more
All across the country, Confederate statues are being removed from public spaces. City councils, churches, civic organizations and individuals are working together to end the honoring of those that … more
The time to elect a new mayor is just around corner. Now is the time to elect a woman to run City Hall! Lenny Curry has been in office for four years, and his governing style has been nothing but … more
I wonder if Ronald J. Harnek, president of Seaside School Consortium Inc.’s governing board, will threaten to sue me like he did Duval County School Board Superintendent Diana Greene. Dr. … more
Social media can have a negative impact on many aspects of individuals as well as all within a family dynamic. There are pros and cons to using social media. The most obvious pro is that it connects … more
The move was as cynical as they come. Last week, in the run-up to a mayoral election, incumbent Lenny Curry settled a longstanding city real-estate stalemate. He bought off Toney Sleiman. He did so … more
Many voters are wondering why no Democrat is challenging incumbent Mayor Lenny Curry, a Republican. From my perspective as a longtime Democratic Party activist, I am afraid it has a lot to do with … more
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