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Palatka, Florida, is the “Gem City on the St. Johns River” and the “Bass Capital of the World.” It’s home to Ravine Gardens State Park, built by the Works Progress … more
It was 5 p.m. Wednesday, a sacred time for the Folio Weekly newsroom. To wit, #FindYourFolio Happy Hour had just begun. The ramblin’, rovin’ weekly event landed in Jacksonville Beach at … more
The four members of Jacksonville’s Glazed are of that rare breed: successful self-made musicians. And, after more five years together, the pop-punk veterans are off to a promising 2019, with a … more
When a local band forms, its mission is to achieve something that stands out within its peer group. Jacksonville’s AXIOM—incidentally, a word that means “truism”—hopes … more
"Rock-and-roll is a bummer.” That’s Kevin Lee Newberry’s mantra. And he should know. The performer and recording artist has spent years in the local music scene. From his early … more
Since the days of Joan Jett and Kathleen Hanna, “girls to the front” has become a rallying cry in punk music and beyond. But progress, as always, is uneven and incomplete. As punk … more
It’s true, if you turn it upside down, “9E” becomes (roughly) “36.” And that, according to singer and rhythm guitarist Tony Prat, is how the Jacksonville Beach-based … more
"Rock-and-roll is a bummer.” That’s Kevin Lee Newberry’s mantra. And he should know. The performer and recording artist has spent years in the local music scene. From his early … 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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