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What happens when we realize our monsters are human? When we can’t dehumanize them, even if they’ve done just that to us? These are the types of questions that Jacksonville … more
Listening to Jory Lyle is a little like listening to a classic, 1970s folk-rock record. While he hasn’t been around quite that long, Lyle’s music career does span more than 20 years. He … more
I've had the pleasure of watching Boston Marriage grow from humble beginnings. Now based in Orlando, the indie-rock band originally hails from my hometown, Port St. Lucie. I was hooked from the first … more
#FindYourFolio Happy Hour is always a good time to meet Northeast Florida’s movers and shakers. Case in point: Last week, four hirsute musicians dropped by and introduced themselves. They were … more
The best part about talking to Willie Evans Jr. might be his optimistic absurdity. In his world, anything is possible, because if he sets his mind to it, whatever “it” is, can happen. The … more
For far too long, the West Coast has laid exclusive claim to the sun-drenched sounds of beach life, namely, reverb-laden surf guitars and blissfully layered vocals. The Beach Boys, The Ventures and … more
Jacksonville, Fla. – February 25, 2013 – The Big Orange Chorus, Jacksonville’s championship men’s barbershop and a cappella chorus, is performing its annual concert Excellence in Harmony on … more
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