Dear Dumbs,

My wife of 12 years had an old boyfriend reach out to her on Facebook. They exchanged pleasantries and got caught up on one another’s lives. I had and still have zero problem with that. However, I think the conversation is still going and that it may be at a level I’m not comfortable with. I need to know if I should say something. I resist because I don’t want to look like a jealous husband. But my gut tells me something is going on. “Chris” Atlantic Beach TERRY: Oh, the powers of social media. SHARI: Well, “Chris,” you’ve come …

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Trade of the Timeless

Gogh This Way

Small Screen Reviews

Service Animals

A Place in the Sun

Visualizing Energy

Naked and Not Ashamed: Nude Recreation in Jax

After last issue’s article about the growing sport of pickleball, we heard a rumor about nude pickleball becoming the next big recreational sporting trend in Northeast Florida. After a little research, we learned nude pickleball, along with a whole lot of other clothing-optional activities, is true but not necessarily in Jacksonville. Bottom line (pardon the pun), we discovered there is just about every kind of sport available for those that like to bare their bums for more than just sun, including but certainly not limited to volleyball (beach and water), tennis, horseshoes, horseback riding, dancing, nature hiking and running. Nude …

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Folio Weed: Worst-Case Scenarios

Last month’s column was all about my recommendations for people to vote for in the Aug. 23 Florida primaries with an eye toward our shared goal of continuing to build the state’s medical marijuana industry, hopefully even allowing for full recreational use, eventually. Well, let’s just say that pretty much …

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Beach Buddies

Like clockwork, the ocean is warm again and the marine life is back to sharing the beach with Floridians. While it’s no surprise that people might bump into a fish or seagull, it’s the sharks that aren’t so forgiving this year. After Jacksonville Beach’s recent shark attack, many are staying …

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