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The Power Meter Wednesday, July 8
POWER UP: Beer in 64-oz. containersIn a huge win for brewers and pretentious beer snobs alike, Gov. Scott signed the Growler Bill into law, allowing breweries and beer retailers to fill 64-oz. …
The Power Meter Wednesday, July 8
POWER DOWN: St. Johns River FerryGov. Rick Scott may have giveth growlers, however, he used his veto pen — likely a reasonably priced Pilot or Uniball for this fiscal conservative — …
THE BRAWL TO SETTLE IT ALL Wednesday, May 13
Don’t let a slip of paper 
tell you how to vote
Love at First Bite Wednesday, August 7, 2013
Learn about some cuisines you might never have tried before, then dive into our complete listings
PARTS NOW KNOWN Wednesday, May 13
Even among the many ill-advised schemes pitched at this year’s World’s Largest Idea Flea Market, project #22066: Bring Anthony Bourdain to Jacksonville stood out as one of the more …
WHAT WE DON’T YET SEE Wednesday, July 15
WHAT WE DON’T YET SEE Recent events reflect progress; Stetson Kennedy would tell us there’s still work to be done
VACCINES AND AUTISM Wednesday, July 15
The wrong conversation prevents progress
A VITAL VEIN OF CINEMA Wednesday, June 17
Already the winner of several awards at both national and international film festivals, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014) is a clever, highly original twist on the vampire myth, the second such movie made in the last two years. In 2013, Jim Jarmusch, an accomplished filmmaker, gave us Only Lovers Left Alive with Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston as Eve and Adam, a centuries-old bloodsucking couple whose close friend Christopher Marlowe (John Hurt), still alive and drinking life’s elixir, was the actual author of Shakespeare’s works.
COMING HOME TO ROOST Wednesday, July 15
Low taxes and unfettered growth put stress on St. Johns County coffers
The Power Meter Wednesday, July 15
POWER DOWN: UNCONSTITUTIONAL CARTOGRAPHYOn Thursday, July 9, the Florida Supreme Court nixed a congressional redistricting map drawn largely by the legislature's Republicans, ruling that the …