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Robert E. Lee was an American general best known for leading the Confederate troops in the Civil War. During and after his surrender to General Ulysses S. Grant and the Union armies, his name became … more
“He was one-of-a-kind.” “There is nobody else like him.” “One of the best lawyers that ever walked the planet.” “There will never be another Pat McGuinness, … more
 Holly McCorkle Jones met Gordon Jones on her first day at her new job at a downtown Jacksonville law office. However, it wasn’t the usual story of falling in love at the … more
This article was pulled from the Folio archives. It was originally published in September 2009. . Photos by Walter Coker . The climax of the church service was a pair of huge, hairy … more
In the early 1900s, American tattooing began to take off, canvassing curious and daring bodies, seditious to the rigid status quo of Victorian life and fashion. As the medium’s artistry … more
Downtown has been on the cusp of a renaissance for decades, but revitalization plans never panned out as planned. However, with stakeholders and city leaders on the same page, Downtown Jacksonville … more
Think of collecting vinyl like you would curating your Instagram or Pinterest feed—your collection tells people more than just what type of music you like: It hints at who you are or who you want to be. It appeals to the psychological need to be an individual. From Brahms to Beyonce, giving a tour of your collection is the new “want to come up for a drink?”  more
In the psychedelic 1960s, a KS Harvard psychologist advised America to “tune in, turn on, and drop out." Timothy Leary argued that if we all expanded our minds  a bit ... more
I saw it Halloween night, this maw of racial animus that seems to be B" the putrid compost of Jacksonville’s magnolia blossom gentility. It was at a party in Riverside, a gathering of neighbors … more
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