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BEST OF THE BEST Wednesday, October 8
Your votes have been cast, the winners have been chosen and now it’s time to party! Folio Weekly is throwing our annual Best of Jax extravaganza with a street party at Riverside’s Bold …
It won’t endear him to a faculty that didn’t want him anyway
Wednesday, October 8
In some ways, much of art is about relationships: 
 a relationship with the chosen medium or 
 form, with oneself, the possible rapport with the audience or viewer, even the ongoing relationships with other artists. Since 2005, poet Terri Witek …
THE JSO CLEARS ONE OF ITS OWN Wednesday, October 8
The Jacksonville cops decide everyone else is lying, nothing to see here, move along
Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks publisher of state secrets who remains holed up in the embassy of Ecuador in London, has signed on with an Icelandic licensing agent to sell Assange-branded high-end clothing, shoes and various household goods in India …
When a stampede killed pigs and induced sows' abortions on a farm near York, England, two years ago, the operator of a noisy hot-air balloon denied responsibility, referring to a court order keeping balloons 500 meters away. Using GPS coordinates …
Allergic to People Wednesday, October 8
Lucky Dog Retreat Rescue in Indianapolis reported in October that, even after many heroic saves, they had never heard of a dog like Adam, who is apparently allergic to humans. Following a blood test to determine why he remained so sickly despite …
Plugging the Hole Wednesday, October 8
Britain's The Guardian reported in October that repairing "fashion" holes in earlobes is one of the fastest-growing cosmetic procedures in the U.K., as millennial generation radicals tire of their half- to 3/4-inch see-through lobes. Doctors charge …
Plausible Explanations Wednesday, October 8
George Byrd IV was charged in September in Middletown, Pennsylvania, with shooting a gun into an occupied structure when he fired a round that accidentally broke a neighbor's window. Byrd told police he fired because it was the only way he knew to …
TOO DUMB FOR WORDS Wednesday, October 8
When U.K. newspaper executive Rebekah Brooks was arrested in 2011 in the notorious News of the World phone-hacking case, so was her husband. Charles Brooks was ultimately acquitted after convincing a jury that he is "too stupid" to have been part of …
 
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