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Royal Treatment Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Some kings and queens ascend by birth. The noble winners of Folio Weekly’s Best of Jax are chosen by the people. It’s a cutthroat kingdom where throne-seekers clash, cajole and connive to …
In an undated YouTube video Gary Snow posted on April 6 , one day before video of cops beating and arresting protesters in Hemming Park made international news, he jokes with and mocks a young woman …
The Sabal Trail Pipeline is a project undertaken by Spectra Energy, NextEra and Duke Energy to transport gas through a 515-mile pipe that crosses Alabama, Georgia and Florida, expected to be …
Bat Mitzvah BONANZA Wednesday, April 19
While most girls in seventh grade focus solely on appearances and boys, 12-year-old Abigail Fixel’s heart is set on other things. Fixel is coming to the point in her life when it’s time …
The WADSWORTH CAMP Mystery Wednesday, February 22
Charles Wadsworth Camp wrote six mystery novels, but the man is himself something of a mystery. Camp was born on Oct. 18, 1879 in Philadelphia, and died on Oct. 30, 1936 in Jacksonville. In the last …
We're collecting our coverage of all the Florida Blue One Spark Speaker Series here. Here is the schedule:   April 18 10 a.m.: Carl Smith, "Your Money & Your Life" 2 p.m.: Leslie …
Every PICTURE Tells a Story Wednesday, April 19
The auditorium was packed and when the kids weren’t looking around at each other, their attention was aimed toward the stage. They’d gathered to celebrate one of their own, so some of the …
After interviewing Mike Stovall and Jacksonville Progressive Coalition Spokesman Richard Blake, Folio Weekly sat down with two additional co-organizers. Dustin Ponder is a 29-year-old union activist …
LOVE Wins, Finally Tuesday, February 14
The path to tonight’s vote amending the human rights ordinance extends back further than a few weeks ago when the city cringed through another round of punishing public comment, further than …
Not in My BACKYARD Wednesday, March 15
Behind a bright façade of economic development, population growth and urban renewal, Jacksonville has a secret: It doesn’t quite know what to do with—or about—the homeless. …