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Last week, Australian rock personality Nick Cave muttered into the ether of the internet, and—through the magic of vague controversy, channeled through the medium of an enterprising publicist … more
Jacksonville has a grand tradition of “community conversations” that lead nowhere. Recall the series of events around the subject of the Human Rights Ordinance and its extension to the … more
Local elections happen next month, or at least that’s what the calendar says. However, there are just five races to go, and while we’ll discuss them here, it’s hard to imagine much … more
For the second straight week, this column is focused on economics—specifically, the economics of downturn. This is something we haven’t seen in roughly a decade, but people are beginning … more
Break out the champagne and confetti! We’re turning 32 this week. I write “we,” even though 32 years ago, I was in the wee-early stages of my professional development, as it were. … more
Last week, the Jacksonville City Council voted 15-to-1 to end an era—that of The Jacksonville Landing. Demolition of the orange-roofed buildings (a perfect distillation of 1987) is imminent. … more
Melissa Nelson, State Attorney in Florida’s Fourth Circuit, moved forward with a potentially precedent-setting murder charge in the case of a drug overdose this month. Deonte Wadley, 23 years … more
Not long ago on Twitter, some regional politicians and media types ended up discussing an all-too-familiar topic: the inability of local newspapers to cover politics with the detail and depth that … more
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