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BLACK TUSK
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FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS
While on WJCT’s First Coast Connect, then-candidate Mike Williams could have been mistaken for a young Sheriff John Rutherford: authority in his voice, confidence in his ability to lead the agency, exuding the ethos of a cop’s cop. He hit his pension reform talking points, spoke intelligently about the inner workings of the sheriff’s office, and he dug his feet deep into a stoic “tough on crime” stance.
VITAL ORGAN Wednesday, April 29
Soul jazz legend Dr. Lonnie Smith is a master of pumping out unrivaled grooves on his Hammond B3 organ. Starting in the late-’60s, Smith released a series of albums that established his …
HOODRATS VERSUS HOMEOWNERS Wednesday, June 3
Same ZIP code, different world
TRIBUTE Wednesday, April 29
The late, great Gamble Rogers (1937-’91) was the de facto troubadour of Florida folk music, spinning many of his songs and stories from the mythical Oklawaha County. Part raconteur, part …
PARTY OF ONE Wednesday, May 6
Where are the mayor’s coattails?
#DOWNTOWNISUNDERWATER Wednesday, June 10
Ask a tourist visiting anywhere in Northeast Florida why they chose to come to this small dot on the globe and the majority will say something about the scenic waterways — beaches, Intracoastal …
RANDY FOR PRIVACY? Wednesday, June 10
It’s been a few months since I saw Citizen Four — the documentary on former NSA contractor Ed Snowden’s massive leak of classified surveillance files — but every time the …
DOWN AT THE CROSSROADS Wednesday, May 6
Looking for something a little more raucous and downhome than your average theatrical experience? Using narration and live musical performances, the musical revue Ghost of the Blues recreates an old …