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A MEDIUM-RARE Gift Wednesday, April 18
It's an ordinary Sunday night, you're watching TV, flipping through channels, trying to find a show that won't bore you to tears. You hit TLC (The Learning Channel) and think, "Aha! Now I'll learn …
Get Your 420 On Wednesday, April 18
Our favorite ways to celebrate the highest of holidays
PARTY Like It's 1791 Wednesday, April 11
Philadelphia native and Quaker William Bartram published his first book, in 1791 (he wrote the first draft during the Revolutionary War) about his time in the American …
LOCAL and Independent Wednesday, April 11
From carefully harvested honeys, including a divine creamed honey (thanks, Bee Friends Farm) to locally made jewelry and art, and tasty Rice Krispy treats, these independent makers, designers and …
House GUESTS Wednesday, April 11
It's back! It's the 44th annual event that lets us look inside historic homes. So iron your linens and dust off your sun hats, and prepare for a leisurely stroll (sometimes a drive) through historic …
ROARING Good Time Wednesday, April 4
Imagine prowling through a mysterious environment-it's beautiful, but danger lurks. And just as you readjust your dazzling, bejeweled mask, you hear a low growl. Looking around, you lock eyes with a …
SPARKY Times Wednesday, April 4
Yes, the "world's largest idea fest" is back, and so's the voting, aka "market validation." After a huge revamp sparked by (see what we did there) headline-making trials and tribulations, the event, …
With the GREATEST of Ease Wednesday, March 28
The brainchild of former Ringling Brothers ringmaster, Kevin Venardos, the (animal-free) circus returns to the First Coast for high-flying, Broadway-inflected fun.
Pop Culture PLAY Wednesday, March 21
For lots of folks, cosplay is about transformation, community and fun. For others, it's a funtastic creative experience.
We Are FAMILY Wednesday, March 21
As a response to the mass murder at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, March for Our Lives has organized hundreds of "sibling" marches calling on lawmakers "to make students' lives and safety a …