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Fernandina Beach Photographer, John E Adams has turned to the Internet to raise funds for his latest project, An American Brushstroke - The Trawlers of Texas, a photography study of the Shrimp …
On paper, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone better qualified to be Jacksonville’s mayor. So why doesn’t anyone think he’s going to win?
I figured if anyone would ever say no to Duval County Clerk of Courts Ronnie Fussell, it’d be Lance. When Florida’s same-sex marriage ban was finally struck down last week, Fussell …
In Jacksonville, the battle for true equality is just getting started
The debate over Florida schools demands facts, not ideology
NELSON CUBA, LIBRE Thursday, January 15
The disgraced former head of the police union gets a slap on the wrist
A couple months back, to illustrate a cover story on how local churches were adapting their message and presentation to the millennial age, our art director, Shan Stumpf, gave a hipsterish makeover …
DARK CINEMA Wednesday, January 14
When writer-director Todd Solondz released his black comedy Welcome to the Dollhouse in 1995, it was awarded the Sundance Film Festival’s Grand Jury Prize for its intriguing portrayal of the …
NATURAL ONES Wednesday, January 14
Bill Belleville and Jim Draper have turned blending ardent environmentalism and creative endeavors into an art form. A longtime friend of (and contributor to) Folio Weekly, Belleville (pictured) is …
MUSIC Wednesday, January 14
When he was preparing to create his latest album, Toska, Red Mouth spent months fretting over budget restraints and other recording monotony. In the last month of production and completion, though, …