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I missed 2013’s multi-Oscar nominee Philomena on the big screen, so I caught it on video, which led to roundhouse curses for having put it off in the first place. A wonderful film, …
Five months later, John Study is still waiting for JSO to figure out if the cop he says pulled a Glock on him did anything wrong
I strongly disagree with you [News, “I’m Mad as Hell and I’m Not Going to Take It Anymore,” Derek Kinner, Aug. 6]. Ms. Corey has the right to hold back information and also has the right by law to charge anyone for those records. The State Attorney’s Office has the obligation to protect the privacy of the accused. I would hope if I have records at the State Attorney’s Office that they would do everything to protect my privacy. It also sounds like Ms. Corey perhaps needs to hire more employees to just copy and release records, which can be very time-consuming. As far as her treatment of juveniles, I think she is trying to show them that crime does not pay and that they should think before they act.
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MONEYHUN’S ‘UNDER THE ROSE’ Wednesday, August 27
Finally – a papercut that won’t leave you sucking your finger. Florida Mining Gallery is showcasing Japanese-born Jacksonville artist Hiromi Moneyhun’s paper-cut art exhibition, …
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