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This week’s special issue of Folio Weekly is devoted (at least partially) to the noble art of scribbling. Humanity may have started out painting on cave walls (and believe you me, we love the … more
Northeast Florida’s literary scene is blooming bigly. It has always been active, to some extent, but it seems that in recent years, the scene has grown by leaps and bounds, to the point that, … more
Earth will one day reject her infectious, human disease like a shaggy dog getting out of a pool, who shakes off the water and the fleas with it. The fleas who survive eviction from … more
Ed Dean keeps crazy hours, to put it mildly. By the time we meet Downtown for lunch, he has already done his radio show and run four miles. You can do things like that when you’re up before … more
"That house was paid for with hip hop,” says Shannon Coleman as we stand chatting outside her home. We’re looking at a low-slung Modernist construction in Arlington. It’s hot, and I … more
“There’s not just one way to write a song,” says Rick Kennedy. Kennedy is the guitarist of Strangerwolf, who headlines the inaugural Folio Weekly Songwriter’s Showcase at Blue … more
Encouraged by public statements from Florida’s First Lady Casey Black DeSantis, but frustrated by the last state legislative session’s failure to write environmental concern into law, … more
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