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THE CITY IS BROKE Wednesday, June 24
Curry’s transitional budget meetings hit a few potholes
FILM Wednesday, April 15
Marc Silver’s documentary 3 1/2 Minutes chronicles the 2012 Jacksonville shooting death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis by Michael Dunn, who tried to play the Stand-Your-Ground law card as his …
PLAY Wednesday, April 15
Whether as a poet, playwright, performer or radio host, Al Letson continues to create work that is both engaging and thought-provoking. The 5 & Dime presents Letson’s latest play, John …
LESS TEST STRESS Wednesday, April 8
SILENT VICTORY FOR FLORIDA'S EDUCATION ADVOCATES
It’s all about anniversaries at The Florida Theatre
TRIBUTE TO EARTHA KITT Wednesday, April 22
When René Marie’s husband told her to stop singing or leave their turbulent marriage, she chose the music. Though she didn’t begin performing professionally until age 42, Marie …
HELLO, ZORBA! Wednesday, April 22
“Opa!” Greek culture can trace its ancestry back to 270,000 B.C. – maybe that explains why they have a lot of experience in knowing how to par-tay! The Jax Greek Festival features …
COMEDY Wednesday, April 22
Diminutive dynamo and hilarious funnyman Kevin Hart first cut his teeth in the comedy clubs of Philly, where he honed an act that he’s now crafted into an onstage delivery aimed at his …
SAVORY SAMPLES Wednesday, April 22
Bon appétit! The 19th annual A Taste of St. Augustine offers foodies, gourmands and just us hungry folks samples of foods from 20 St. Augustine restaurants vying for the prestigious TOStA …
THRASHING ABOUT Wednesday, April 22
An event that Folio Weekly likes to call “The One Spark of Metal,” the mighty Welcome to Rockville offers two days of metal, alt-metal, hard rock and just flat-out loud music …