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BORN TO LIVE THE BLUES Wednesday, May 13
Elder British statesman John Mayall brings a half-century of blues to Northeast Florida
WATER GRAB Wednesday, May 13
Sleepy Creek Lands — a 29,000 acre ranch in Northeast Marion County — wants to pump 1.46 million gallons of water a day from the Floridan Aquifer to grow the sustenance for the 9,500 head …
How many people could a People Mover move if a people-mover could move people?
A man called out, “Mark,” and Jacksonville’s Ambassador of Fun turned toward the sound of his name.
JAZZ HANDS Wednesday, May 13
 Jazz guitarist Stanley Jordan first burst onto the music scene in the early ’80s, when he became an instant trailblazer on the strengths of his two-handed tapping on the …
THEY GOT THE GOODS Wednesday, May 13
 While they’ve sometimes been described as “maudlin” (not unlike the entire Folio Weekly editorial staff), and their sound tips a cap to The Smiths, Tampa-based rockers and …
HONKY TONK HEROES Wednesday, May 13
Nashville’s Old Crow Medicine Show, offering its own take on old-time folk music since 1998, is a cited influence by Mumford & Sons. Since inception, the musicians have snagged …
WALK ON THE WILD SIDE Wednesday, May 13
 Aren’t you a little tired of staring at your cheese-puff-residue-covered smart phone? C’mon, ya Dingus, put some pants on and go outside! Northeast Florida has some of the most …
THE RIGHT TRUCK Wednesday, May 13
Rev up your appetites! Jax Truckies hosts its food truck lock party featuring 10 of Northeast Florida’s newest food trucks, including one called “The Butt Hut.”
GOOD VIBRATIONS Wednesday, May 13
The surf meets the symphony when The Beach Boys join forces with The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra for the Starry Nights performance. In the ’60s, The Beach Boys dominated the …