A man called out, “Mark,” and Jacksonville’s Ambassador of Fun turned toward the sound of his name.
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Jim’s had a hall of fame-worthy career on the links, but Tabitha’s work off the course assures THE FURYKS’ legacy in Northeast Florida is lasting
Slackers in the House leave 800,000 Floridians exposed
Where are the mayor’s coattails?
Other than party insiders, most who follow politics met Mayor Brown’s big HRO announcement with an appropriate proverbial shrug. The mayor’s move to solicit a study — to be …
From protest to propaganda, the purity of artists’ voices must be protected
Weeks ago, after Shad Khan introduced his proposal for The Shipyards at the State of the Jaguars presentation, it was assumed the proposal would be the only one the Downtown Investment Authority would have to consider. That was not the case. Shitaki Marine & Yacht Refinishing LLC emerged with a boatyard and marina proposal for the luxury yachts enjoyed by virtually every Jacksonville resident (certainly, Folio Weekly has a fleet at our disposal). And then there was Stephen Grenda’s plan for a Noah’s Ark theme park that we all have been waiting for.
Ken Adkins’ curfew proposal ruffles feathers, but he doesn’t mind.
The Florida House and Senate may be in complete dysfunction, but Florida itself may benefit from their turmoil. With several bills still in limbo, the state’s House of Representatives packed up and adjourned three days before the session was to officially end on May 1.