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  • Jacksonville's Election Roundup 2015
    Jacksonville's Election Roundup 2015
    Now that the suspense is over for the first round of spring elections in Jacksonville, political observers will get a chance to see if once again party loyalty will trump all else. Among the first to be thanked by Mayor Brown were Shad Kahn, Tony...
  • Jacksonville's Elections and Corrine's Picks
    Jacksonville's Elections and Corrine's Picks
    When I received my quick picks tip sheet from Congresswoman Corrine Brown, I must admit it took a bit of the guess work out of who I should vote for or against in the upcoming March 24 primary in Jacksonville, Florida.The opportunity to have a...
  • Breath new life into the past with help from Eco-Relics
    Breath new life into the past with help from Eco-Relics
    Ever wonder where the old worn out stuff from yester year went? Aged wooden desks, light fixtures that have fallen into disrepair, or even tables and chairs from the pre-particle board era have all found their way to the 50,000 square foot...
  • Dive Bars 2015
    Dive Bars of Jacksonville
    Dive Bars of Jacksonville2015 Edition.Playboy magazine once described a Dive bar as “A church for down-and-outers and those who romanticize them, a rare place where high and low rub elbows — bums and poets, thieves and slumming...
  • Brendon Cavainolo and Lisa Pleasants
    Local Nonprofit MOMS for Sight to host 6th Annual Black Ties & Blindfolds
    Jacksonville-based nonprofit organization MOMS for Sight is hosting its 6th Annual Black Ties & Blindfolds fundraising event at 7 p.m. Saturday at Florida State College at Jacksonville's Wilson Center for the Arts at 11901 Beach Blvd., and...
  • Take the pledge and go meat free for 30 days.  Learn more at the Northeast Florida Veg Fest 2015.
    Celebrate No Meat March at Veg Fest 2015
    Girls Gone Green is a non-profit organization started in 2007 that strives to “explore environmental, animal and health issues through outreach and events. The GGG embraces all three of these ideas since in actuality they all work together...
  • FFB
    Local Foundation Fighting Blindness chapter hosts 'Talk to the Expert' seminar
    Jacksonville Foundation Fighting Blindness chapter members will gather to hear Dr. Timothy Schoen speak Sunday at the University of Florida's Charter Auditorium in downtown Jacksonville.If you or someone you know has ever been diagnosed with...
  • Lynn Sherman Candidate for City Council District 8
    Fresh Choices-Fresh Start for District 8
    As in many metropolitan cities, Jacksonville has city council districts that have always been represented by African Americans. However there is no law or city ordinance that says those districts must always be represented by the same African...
  • Jacksonville Supervisor of Elections: experience or opportunity
    Jacksonville Supervisor of Elections: experience or opportunity
    In a little more than 30 days from now Jacksonville , Florida voters will head to the polls once again to chose new representatives for the city council, Supervisor of Elections, Sheriff and Mayor. Not surprisingly, there was only one contender...
  • New Belgium beer dinner kick's off Kickbacks's
    Kickback's returns to beer dinner scene in Jacksonville, Fla.
    With the opening of Goozlepipe & Guttyworks expansion, Steve Flores has essentially quadrupled the size of his popular King Street Beer District anchor Kickback’s Gastropub. During the long construction phase of the project, Flores made...
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    Jacksonville FFB chapter hosts 7th Annual VisionWalk kick-off luncheon
    Local members of the Jacksonville chapter of the Foundation Fighting Blindness will gather Sat., Feb. 21, at Maggiano's Little Italy for the 7th Annual Jacksonville VisionWalk Kick-off.VisionWalk is a signature fund-raising event for the...
  • funkadelic beet home fries
    Funkadelic's beet fries prove everything is good fried
    The food truck revolution has caught fire and I just jumped on the bandwagon, thanks to the delicious and creative offerings from the Jacksonville based food truck, Funkadelic. With a home address on FunkyFood Drive (can I please live there too?),...
  • Britt ACE Interns 2014
    Rogue Valley students spread their wings with Britt Festival internship program
    This year saw the debut of an internship program for high school students that will encourage the arts and give students a look into the real world.Portland conductor John Trudeau and his friend Sam McKinney inspired volunteers to erect a...
  • NFB
    National Federation of the Blind hosts 8th annual NFB Blind Community Picnic
    Join the members of the National Federation of the Blind's Greater Jacksonville chapter on Oct. 11 for a community picnic.Guests at the picnic will enjoy food, trivia, Bingo, music, and kids' activities. This free event is open to blind or...
  • Blake Bortles
    Can Chargers avoid upset-minded Jaguars and go 3-1?
    With a two-game winning streak in hand, the San Diego Chargers look to make it three in a row Sunday afternoon as they host the lowly and winless Jacksonville Jaguars (1:05 Pacific time, CBS8).Coming off of back-to-back wins over Seattle and...
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