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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. …
In 1967, German-Canadian 
 mathematician and 
 physicist Gunter Wyszecki wrote in his book Color Science that the human eye could distinguish as many as 10 million colors. With so many choices on the artist's palette, why would anyone choose to …
The celebrated singer-songwriter makes a rare stop in Northeast Florida
A GUIDE TO GRANDPA'S COUGH MEDICINE Wednesday, February 4
A primer on the latest release from the brilliant, violent, virile, drunk, One-Spark-winning bluegrass kings
The local visual artist maintains his ascent in the underground comics scene
SUMMER GOODMAN AND THE 904 INDIE Wednesday, February 4
It's a painful admission, but an honest one, 
 and so here it is … I'm a sucker for female singer/songwriters. I love the best of them: Joni Mitchell, Carole King, Joan Armatrading, Fiona Apple, Kate Bush, Regina Spektor, Bjork, Aimee Mann, …
Fifteen minutes before tonight’s presentation of Amateur Night at the Ritz, Octavius Davis is jumping up and down backstage. After taking a quick swig from his water bottle, Davis — …