March 6, 2013


In this issue

  • RAM, a Band and a Ding-dong

    Wednesday, March 6, 2013

    Dubbed the “coolest thing ever” by Folio Weekly (and we would know), the Riverside Arts Market reopened last weekend with a full-on parade led by RAM founder Wayne Wood and Mayor Alvin Brown and …

  • When in France …

    Wednesday, March 6, 2013

    A plane trip to France may be too far away for lunch or dinner, but JJ’s Bistro, with two area locations, is a good way to get your French fix. Upon entering the Gate Parkway location, JJ’s Bistro de Paris, my eyes grew wide as I noticed the huge dessert case. These tempting goodies, which include pastries, tarts, tortes, éclairs, cheesecakes and other sweets, are all created fresh. Breads are also baked in-house.

  • OK Oz

    Wednesday, March 6, 2013

    It’s always risky to mess with classic films that have a loyal following. And 1939’s Oscar-winning 
“The Wizard of Oz,” starring Judy Garland, is beloved by generations.

  • Who’s NXT?

    Wednesday, March 6, 2013

    Since the death of the wrestling territories, such as the then-local Championship Wrestling from Florida in the late 1980s, national wrestling promoters have faced a conundrum: How can they give their talent the necessary ring work so they look polished before putting them on the main roster? For World Wrestling Entertainment — far and away the leading outfit on Earth — the solution has been farm leagues; it's had them for the last couple of decades.

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