Do you have something to share? Submit your stuff
The candles are lit, the champagne uncorked. You have carefully crafted an atmosphere of both coy intimacy and new sexual possibilities. DEAR GOD, DO NOT SCREW THIS UP. And most certainly do not nix …
When The Beatles sang “The love you make is equal to the love you take” in the closing moments of Abbey Road, it didn’t take a genius to figure they were talking about copulation. …
CON GUSTO Wednesday, February 4
Do you feel like your 28,000-piece Dr. Who collection is a little light on Daleks? Well, fret no more! The pop cultural collectibles show Retr-O-Rama includes celebrity panels featuring Lew Temple …
When I left Jacksonville for San Francisco more than a half-decade ago, my life-stage resembled that of many other transplants in my new city: early 20s, fresh from grad school, passionately liberal, …
ERSATZ BOLD AS LOVE Wednesday, February 4
The tribute band is a peculiar phenomenon of popular culture mashing adoration, musical and visual emulation, and a good dose of kitsch. The Athens, Georgia, trio Gimme Hendrix – guitarist Eric …
ROCK Wednesday, February 4
Northeast Florida multi-instrumentalist Roy Peak has been an active presence on the local music scene for decades, playing in bands including Radio Berlin and 86 Love. He’s now holding down the …
FOODIE DUDE Wednesday, February 4
Chef and author Alton Brown is perhaps best known as the creator and host of the Food Network’s Good Eats, as well as a commentator on Iron Chef America and Cutthroat Kitchen. Brown admits his …
Jacksonville's Shofar magazine, which derives its name from an old Hebrew word for a ram's-horn trumpet blown before battle, bills itself as "a Bi-monthly publication that has an online and print circulation of more than 490,000 and is growing …
disputes between neighbors are as old as civilization itself. We've all had them, or known of someone who has, or heard horror stories. In a sense, this story is no different: two neighbors quarreling over felled trees and damaged property and a …
It started innocently enough. “DTF?” I asked. I was pretty sure Johnny — like the others in this story, not his real name — wouldn’t be offended by my forwardness. …