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Episode 5.1: Lassoed In his darkest dreams, Capt. Avilla had never imagined the Lariat mission could be any worse than it actually was. He would have to answer for it all, but how? After the first pound of flesh is taken, what’s left, really? Avilla didn’t know how to explain what had happened to the Lariat or the crew. They’re gone. They’re dead. Even if they had survived somehow, they would likely die of old age or worse on the surface before another lander could be built and sent down to get them. Unless … “Oh, hell no.” more
A months-long investigation by Triad City Beat (Folio Weekly’s sister paper in Greensboro, NC) revealed that dozens of first responders, detention officers, police and enlisted military … more
Late, late nights and early mornings—it all blends together for Lindsey Kilbride. This particular Wednesday finds her in the office by 9 a.m., having only left at 3:30 a.m. the night before. … more
Steve Williams has been observing the ebb and flow of Downtown Jacksonville’s street spirit for 51 years. The native-born business executive, artist and art patron has noted the cyclical nature … more
Read Episode 1 Read Episode 2 Read Episode 3 Episode 4.1: La Florida! Menendez tried to listen to Cdr. Liu’s message while figuring out how not to die. Live first seemed the wisest … more
Here’s another look at our fall restaurant gallery, this time with even more entries for your perusing pleasure. Added bonus: Since last week’s print edition hit the racks, summer has … more
It’s a fact: Everybody’s got to eat. And lucky for those of us fortunate enough to live in the 904, there are so many places here to do just that. Here at Folio Weekly Magazine … more
As soon as the bay doors opened, the change in heat and pressure was obvious. Donovin Lamont could hear the metal and ceramic clink … more
“Good mornin’, Chief,” Commander Leani Liu chirped from behind her pouch of coffee. “What’s so … more
In 1990, a triangular parcel of one hundred acres of waterfront St. Johns County land was designated conservation. Privately owned but almost entirely surrounded by the Florida Fish & Wildlife … more
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