Fight For Your (First Amendment) Right

  Words by Carmen Macri and Ambar Ramirez Photo by Collin Frye Interested in some light reading? Have you thought about picking up the Constitution’s Bill of Rights – specifically, the First Amendment? Here are some spark notes for you.    In the Constitution, the First Amendment states that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”   To oversimplify it, the First …

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Combined Minds — What does your favorite Summer cocktail say about you

  Words by Ambar Ramirez & Carmen Macri    Carmen: Summer is here! And with it comes long sunny days and cold cocktails – at least for us. I don’t know what y’all get into, but the second it’s 85 degrees outside I need a spicy margarita in my hand.    Ambar: We all have that one drink that’s our go-to for the hot summer months. And we’ve found that you can tell a lot about a person based on their cocktail of choice.    Carmen: And when we say a lot, we mean A LOT.    Ambar: So if …

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Folio Weed

  Words by Shelton Hull  As you would expect, I hear about all kinds of interesting new products coming out, and I’ve collected a few over the past few weeks, so let’s talk about them today. As always, please feel free to send along any samples or suggestions — the …

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The Summer of ’64

Words by Scott Grant   How the Beatles and the World-Fastest-Man changed the First Coast Forever   This is a true story about people caught up in world-changing events. It is a story about our past. It is not pretty. It is a story about six months that would change …

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