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SOME SERIOUS LAUGHTER Wednesday, June 15
Before there was such a thing as radical or edgy comedy, there was Dick Gregory. When he showed up in the national comedy scene in the mid-50s, Gregory stepped onstage, unflinchingly riffing on race …
CULTURAL ENRICHMENT Wednesday, May 25
Native son Longineu Parsons talks about the Jacksonville Jazz Festival’s evolution — and his own struggle with the city’s complicated history
CELEBRATION Wednesday, May 4
Romanza Festivale of the Arts
TEXTURAL MESSAGES Wednesday, July 6
Thony Aiuppy deftly renders the personal and political in sweeping, contemplative brushstrokes
COMPASSION, HUMOR & HUMANITY Wednesday, May 25
Two local artist-activists have enacted a creative project to directly face Jacksonville’s glaring, prejudicial HRO shortcomings
SOUND CITY Wednesday, May 25
JACKSONVILLE JAZZ FESTIVAL & JAZZ FEST AFTER DARK
ONE HOT PRODUCTION Wednesday, July 13
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S SWAMP
HEARD IT IN A LOVE SONG Wednesday, April 27
ONCE
FOOD FOR THOUGHT 5 days ago
Ethan Murrow’s “Project Atrium” installation explores our complicated relationship with what we eat