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Activists and researchers want the state's school districts to finally end corporal punishment
Drummer Paul Bostaph's rhythmic pummel helps push the metal gods into their third decade of metal fury
JEREMY BANKS AND THE PROXY WAR Wednesday, March 4
The lawsuit is, at its most basic level, cop versus cop — a St. Johns County deputy who believes a Florida Department of Law Enforcement agent went too far while investigating him. But in …
GOOD NIGHT AND GOOD LUCK Wednesday, March 11
I will not call 
it humbling; it 
was in fact the opposite of that. 
My ego now 
requires its own 
zip code. I hope you'll permit me one final indulgence in this space: As some of you may already know, my time at Folio Weekly will soon …
COVER BANNED Wednesday, April 15
A word of clarification before we begin: I think the One Spark festival is, on the whole, a good thing. It gives entrepreneurs an opportunity to get their ideas in front of large numbers of people (and potential investors), it's a boon for local …
As the Legislature convenes, here’s what’s happening on the education front
MEET WHAT YOU EAT 5 days ago
Hands-on horticulture programs help kids become aware about what goes on their plates
SOMETHING IS ROTTEN Wednesday, March 11
Last year, Fernandina Beach's human resources director kept telling the city manager that there were major problems in the fire department. He fired her. She sued. And that's only the beginning
Bite by Bite: Chomping Grounds Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Four delectable districts to tempt your taste buds
VISUALLY DELICIOUS Wednesday, March 25
CREATING PICTURE PERFECT DINING BY COMBINING LOCAL ART AND CUISINE