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CANCER: August 20-27 Wednesday, August 27
You wouldn’t sip dirty water from a golden chalice, right? Nor would you swig delicious poison from a fine crystal wine glass or 10-year-old vinegar from a queen’s goblet.
GEMINI: August 20-27 Wednesday, August 27
Every February, you go through a phase when it’s easier to see your life’s big picture. If you take advantage of this invitation, it’s like being on a mountaintop and gazing into the vastness. Every August, however, you’re more likely to see the details you’ve been missing.
ARIES: August 20-27 Wednesday, August 27
Don’t just be smart and articulate. Dare to be wildly wise and prone to unruly observations. Don’t merely be kind and well-behaved. Explore mysteries of healing through benevolent mischief. Don’t buy into the all-too-serious trances. Break up the monotony with unpredictable play and funny curiosity. Don’t go along with the stories everyone seems to believe as if they were the Truth and the Way.
TAURUS: August 20-27 Wednesday, August 27
Breve orazione penetra, an old Italian idiom, is translated as “short prayers pierce” or “concise prayers penetrate.” Extrapolate from that to come up with the meaning that “God listens best to brief prayers.
ROAD RAGE? ROAD MURDER Wednesday, August 27
German truck driver Michael Harry K., 58, went to trial in August in Wuerzburg, Bavaria, charged with firing a gun toward drivers more than 700 times in five years, displeased with their poor road habits. He never actually hit anyone (but police …
IMMATURE Wednesday, August 27
Princeton University professor John Mulvey, 67 (who teaches financial engineering applications), was charged in July with stealing 21 yard signs around the town of Princeton — signs for a computer repair business owned by a man with whom he was …
FORE! Wednesday, August 27
Nathan McCoy, 21, sought by police near Boise, Idaho, in July on a probation violation, took off running, forcing officers to chase him onto the Eagle Hills Golf Course. McCoy sought "refuge" in a pond, standing waist-deep as deputies tried to coax …
THE NEW NORMAL Wednesday, August 27
In 2010, the village of West Lafayette, Ohio, barred residents from keeping fowl and farm animals, but Iraq war veteran Darin Welker, 36, believes his post-war depression and trauma are unusually well-assisted now that he has befriended 14 pet ducks …
PERSPECTIVE Wednesday, August 27
"Streamers," according to workers at the state-of-the-art solar plant in California's Mojave Desert, are birds that cross the path of the 300,000 garage-door-sized mirrors that magnify the sun's rays on their way to producing steam to power 140,000 …
 
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