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Nation's first media feeding frenzy leads to "heartbreaking" and "emotional" play opening at Atlantic Beach Experimental Theatre and starring some top local talent
So Tasty You'll BABYLON About It Wednesday, September 13
Never falafel with Yafa’s authentic fare
A-PEELING to the Senses Wednesday, September 13
Chef Bill goes bananas
BLURRED Lines Wednesday, September 13
Take the edge off with these high-octane German brews
MMJ Patient Advocates DECRIMINALIZATION Wednesday, September 13
Says getting a ’script wasn’t as difficult as reported
There's a SERVICE Dog for That Wednesday, September 13
Florida company trains canines to assist with many needs
MONUMENTAL Decision Wednesday, September 13
The Civil War isn't dead yet
Our President is an ODDITY Wednesday, September 13
“…What they warned us has come true: We’ve gotten used to our angry president stomping around the stage like a petulant toddler.”
The "JUST Deserter" Wednesday, September 13
An Eritrean family’s long journey to Jax and the play that praises their story
Audiences have always enjoyed the vicarious thrill of disaster films—the bigger, sometimes the better. In 1928, Hollywood flushed out the first version of Noah’s Ark, followed in ’33 with Deluge (just out on Blu-ray) in which a tidal wave engulfs the Big Apple.