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FREE MARISSA ALEXANDER NOW Yesterday at 12:00 AM
She’s been punished enough already, and those who want more don’t understand the nature of domestic violence
Here it is: The world’s most tepid endorsement for Florida governor
THE LOST BOYS IN BLUE Yesterday at 12:00 AM
At FSU, justice takes a backseat to football (or, why we’re losing faith in the cops)
There’s been a flurry of interesting literary events in Northeast Florida in the past few weeks, and this one is no exception. Sponsored by Swamp Radio and Flagler College, Embracing the Swamp …
ST. AUGUSTINE SEA TURTLE FESTIVAL Wednesday, October 15
We’re lucky to live in an area with such beautiful shorelines, but the ongoing threat to native species living on those shorelines, sadly, still remains. The local nonprofit organization …
ORANGE PARK FALL FESTIVAL Wednesday, October 15
Summer has ended, and like Peter Dinklage and Verne Troyer conspiring in a gumdrop factory, our fall season is short and sweet. Get your autumn fix of fun, food and more at the 32nd annual Orange …
NOTW CLASSIC (October 2010) Wednesday, October 15
Donald Denney and his father (also named Donald Denney) concocted a plan on the phone for Dad to smuggle a ball of black-tar heroin into the son’s Colorado prison during visiting hours, to be passed by mouth through a kiss from a female visitor. However, Dad failed to find a woman with a clean-enough rap sheet to be admitted as a visitor.
UPDATE Wednesday, October 15
In 1993, NOTW introduced readers to Kopi Luwak coffee — whose beans had first passed through the digestive tracts of Asian civet cats (to give them, supposedly, a certain tartness, as well as a certain hipster price tag). Canadian entrepreneur Blake Dinkin, 44, believes his Black Ivory Coffee tastes even better because his pre-digested beans are recovered from elephant dung in Thailand — and are less bitter, in that the pachyderms, unlike civets, are herbivores.
ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT Wednesday, October 15
Doris Carvalho of Tampa, Florida, is raising venture capital to expand her hobby of crafting high-end handbags from groomed, recycled dog hair (two pounds’ worth for each bag). With investors, she could lower her costs and the $1,000 price tag, since it now takes 50 hours’ labor to make the yarn for her haute couture accessory.
 
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