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On Friday, Jan. 17, Babs’ Lab will kick off the new year with its third semiannual Grand Slam competition. The event features the winners of the Riverside black box theater’s most recent … more
As we gather with family at holiday parties and tune out some distant uncle’s right-wing rants, we plan our escape. Painting, writing and creating music are simple outlets that offer boundless … more
Back in the early aughts, Downtown Jacksonville was, like the Sex Pistols, pretty vacant. There were no residents, and business activity in the area was marginal. But there was a group of folks who … more
She’s wickedly smart, fiery and self-possessed. She stands up for the oppressed, cares passionately for animals, and puts others’ needs before her own. The world should be hers for the … more
On Oct. 17, 2018, almost exactly one year ago, I wrote a cover story about Jacksonville-born and –based political cartoonist Ed Hall, who had recently undergone treatment for colon and liver … more
The above photo was copied from the Anti-Defamation League website. They are an organization that helps educate and fight discrimination. A quote from an Anti-Defamation League article: … more
[I emailed an attached version of this viewpoint piece to the editor as inclusion as a backpage editorial.] Trump’s Breadless Circus and the Strategy of Mass Distraction While you … more
Rather than ​increasing the funding for ​vouchers to subsidize private tuition, I would prefer DeSantis and our Florida Congress use the public money to fund more Community schools (which is a … more
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