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SIMPLE UNITY Wednesday, January 13
The success of Brooklyn’s Unity Plaza hinges on explaining its complex simplicity
SOMETHING TO TACO ’BOUT Wednesday, January 13
WHERE TO GO WHEN IT'S CHILI OUTSIDE
NEW MEETS OLD Wednesday, January 13
Trombone Shorty redefines New Orleans tradition with a hard-charging blend of jazz, rock, funk, and hip-hop
WRITING THE GHOSTS FOR GEORGIA AND FRANCE Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Heather M. Peters writes roots, of finding in rural France the Georgia clay that cakes her father’s boots. In her new memoir Sinking in the Stillness, Peters writes the ghosts of her French and …
YESTERDAY AND TODAY Wednesday, January 13
Jacksonville’s Winter Wave embrace the ’90s with contemporary pop-punk on their new release
BRICKBATS & BOUQUETS Wednesday, December 9, 2015
  BOUQUETS TO CULTURAL COUNCIL OF GREATER JACKSONVILLE  Last week, the Council announced the recipients of its third cycle of Spark Grants, allocating $70,000 among five individual …
INSTANT YET ENDURING CLASSIC Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Underground hip-hop veteran J-Live has been around the block but isn’t going anywhere
LIVE AND LOUDIE Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Self-deprecating singer/songwriter lives up to a noble legacy — and leaves a legacy of his own
BRICKBATS & BOUQUETS Wednesday, January 13
  BOUQUETS TO DR. MELISSA MURRAY, DR. JOHN FRYER, DR. JOHN LUCAS, AND DR. JUNGSU KIM The Mayo Clinic researchers have been awarded a cumulative $900,000 in grants from the Florida Department …
TRAFFICKING IN APATHY Wednesday, January 13
Jax City Council drags its feet on passing an ordinance that would create enforcement power for key provision of anti-human-trafficking statute