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HISTORY OF WASTE Wednesday, May 11
A look at the unlawful, wasteful history of the Better Jacksonville Plan
Parents rush to meet magnet application deadlines and students rejoice when they receive their acceptance letters in the mail. But would parents be so eager to send their students to these top-ranked …
TWO TICKETS TO CLOWN TOWN Wednesday, May 25
Facing de-legitimacy, one resident suggests Jacksonville embrace its comedic side
A DIFFICULT TRANSITION Wednesday, May 25
After 14 years of honorable military service, Nicole Gray found herself homeless, denied the same services available to men
A CLASSIC BLUNDER Wednesday, May 25
Never get involved in a land war in Southeast Asia
BRICKBATS & BOUQUETS Wednesday, April 13
BRICKBATS TO AMELIA ISLAND BEACHGOERS Apparently, some people who frequent the seashore in front of Amelia Surf & Racquet Club don’t see the harm in leaving the beach littered with the …
The times, they aren’t a-changin’ (at least not much)
WINNING UGLY Wednesday, June 1
What John Crescimbeni’s return to City Council leadership means
UNITED in SPRINGFIELD Wednesday, June 1
A neighborhood resident reflects on reactions to the police shooting of Vernell Bing Jr.
BRICKBATS & BOUQUETS Wednesday, April 27
BOUQUETS TO MANDARIN MUSEUM & HISTORICAL SOCIETY April 30 marks the grand opening of St. Joseph’s Mission Schoolhouse for African-American Children. The one-room schoolhouse was founded by …