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On Nov. 1, the two state senators and six representatives who comprise the Duval Legislative Delegation will meet to discuss Florida Rep. Jason Fischer’s J-1. The controversial “local … more
Despite gains secured by the LGBTQ+ community in recent years, discrimination and violence continue to be real and pressing problems for many of its members in Florida. As a local faith leader, I … more
In the 2019 film Extortion, a family vacationing in the Bahamas gets stranded on a nearby island. Father, wife and son think they’re saved by two fishermen until one of the rescuers asks the … more
Cannabisseurs are notorious for their loyalty to the stuff, but there is one product to which they may pledge their allegiance even more readily. That product, of course, is coffee. I think that … more
When it comes to expressing the sainted “will of the people,” politicians lie all the time; the numbers do not. A majority of states in this country have already chosen to sanction the … more
In this week’s Folio Weed column, our Shelton Hull comments on the fractured state of Florida’s activist community as it attempts to place a recreational marijuana initiative on next … more
Jason Gabriel is at it again. Earlier this year, during the fight over Duval County Public Schools’ referendum request, the City of Jacksonville’s General Counsel issued a binding opinion … more
Episode 5.1: Lassoed In his darkest dreams, Capt. Avilla had never imagined the Lariat mission could be any worse than it actually was. He would have to answer for it all, but how? After the first pound of flesh is taken, what’s left, really? Avilla didn’t know how to explain what had happened to the Lariat or the crew. They’re gone. They’re dead. Even if they had survived somehow, they would likely die of old age or worse on the surface before another lander could be built and sent down to get them. Unless … “Oh, hell no.” more
A months-long investigation by Triad City Beat (Folio Weekly’s sister paper in Greensboro, NC) revealed that dozens of first responders, detention officers, police and enlisted military … more
In an age of political polarization, an era of chronic 50-50 stalemate, it was refreshing to see Floridians of all political stripes come together last November to vote “yes” on Amendment … more
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