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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 …
MIKE HUCKABEE AND THE MORAL MINORITY Wednesday, February 11
A week ago Sunday, former Arkansas governor/former Fox News talk show host/Beyoncé critic/once and future presidential candidate Mike Huckabee was in town to score the wink-wink …
GOOD NIGHT AND GOOD LUCK Wednesday, March 11
I will not call 
it humbling; it 
was in fact the opposite of that. 
My ego now 
requires its own 
zip code. I hope you'll permit me one final indulgence in this space: As some of you may already know, my time at Folio Weekly will soon …
Political campaigns are by their very nature given to hyperbole and histrionics, making mountains out of molehills and parsing every uttered syllable in search of a possible attack vector. We all know that. And that's a 
not-insignificant reason …
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 Daily Show can mock us, but we’re better than the Ronnie Fussells of the world. Here is proof
Love won out, but the haters (ahem, Ronnie Fussell) are still hating
A couple months back, to illustrate a cover story on how local churches were adapting their message and presentation to the millennial age, our art director, Shan Stumpf, gave a hipsterish makeover …