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or more than 75 years, Ocean Beaches American Legion Post 129 in South Jacksonville Beach has been a pillar of the Beaches community. Whether it’s hosting blood drives, collecting school … more
Maci Martin wakes up at the crack of dawn every day and begins her studies. She’s working on her mechanical engineering degree at UNF, and most mornings are taken up with books and lectures on … more
Melissa Marshall has spent the past nine years in education. She moved to Jacksonville from Georgia in 2014 and began teaching third grade math and science with Duval County Public Schools. In 2016, … more
It’s 2021 and everything is under question, and for good cause. Fueled by the civil unrest of 2020, cancel culture has become a vital vehicle facilitating progress in our city and has ousted … more
The July digital issue is here! Sometimes leaving the house is hard. No one understands that more than the writers of Folio, and that's why our latest issue can be accessed online from your … more
This article was pulled from the Folio Archives. It was originally published on March 4, 2003.  [cqmedia layout="panel" … more
  You never really know a man until you stand in his shoes and walk around in them.   At 7-foot-2 with size 18 feet, basketball legend Artis Gilmore has a stride that stands for … more
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Jacksonville’s Guardian ad Litem program is one of the most impactful and important child advocacy programs in the city; yet so few people outside of the legal and social work industries even … more
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