Pomp, pledges and prayers ruled the day today at the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts, where the city’s two newest performers carried out the first act of a four year long …
As demonstrated time and again, the Interwebs — more specifically, social media — has the power to take seemingly benign ideas and raise the stakes of participating and engaging with said …
The Coming Out Monologues provides a passionate voice of creative empowerment for Northeast Florida's LGBT community
Why we won’t be rid of racism until leaders stop using it to get elected
One Year Later, Black Pistons Motorcycle Gang Rides For Slain Member (And Contemplates Masculinity?)
Beware Foes of Fiduciary justice! Council Gadfly and PENSION HERO, Curtis Lee! is out to save the city from irresponsible spending and impending financial ruin (or maybe not)
“Real” stories of Northeast Florida Pet Lovers who took it too far
Paul Harden understands the value the St. Johns River brings to Jacksonville. When City Councilmember Jim Love asked Harden if he thought river access was important, the land-use lawyer and City Council lobbyist replied that he did.
While on WJCT’s First Coast Connect, then-candidate Mike Williams could have been mistaken for a young Sheriff John Rutherford: authority in his voice, confidence in his ability to lead the agency, exuding the ethos of a cop’s cop. He hit his pension reform talking points, spoke intelligently about the inner workings of the sheriff’s office, and he dug his feet deep into a stoic “tough on crime” stance.