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TO THE RESCUE Wednesday, June 10
Northeast Florida residents display loyalty, sacrifice, and courage. And their human companions are quite incredible, too!
ON POTTY PARITY, SERIOUSLY Wednesday, June 24
As demonstrated time and again, the Interwebs — more specifically, social media — has the power to take seemingly benign ideas and raise the stakes of participating and engaging with said …
STICK IT TO THE MAN Monday, June 1
Nick Ryan is bouncing extreme sports back into the mainstream with Xpogo
How many people could a People Mover move if a people-mover could move people?
Let’s hope this supernaturally bad installment of the horror series will be the last
Several new individuals have been elected to Jacksonville’s City Council. Their priority should be to serve the needs of all local citizens rather than serving the powerful special interests who, over many years, have raped the city to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Everything Under the Sun Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The days are long, so fill them with fun
MURALLY AMBIGUOUS Wednesday, June 17
In terms of archetypical battles — light vs. dark, chaos vs. order, dogs vs. cats — the clash of art vs. politics has been ever-present since cave elders first frowned unsatisfactorily at the cave painters’ finished works.
MUSIC Wednesday, June 24
AMERICANA @ THE CUMMER
LET’S NOT DREDGE THE RIVER Wednesday, July 1
Many people say they want to dredge the St. Johns River. I am hoping to reverse the rush toward dredging, and I have an alternative plan. This plan is based on my 45 years’ experience as a Merchant Marine, while serving 35 years in the U.S. Navy Reserve and active duty service. I retired as a USN Commander; and spent my last 23 years in the Merchant Marine as a Chief Engineer.