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Beers on the BLOCK Yesterday at 3:03 PM
Just a few years ago, Northeast Florida’s craft beer choices were limited. Since Bold City Brewing Company opened in 2008, though, the area’s come a long way. There are now 19 working …
The Swamp HIPPIES Wednesday, March 8
I found him slumped at a bar-top. His eyes shifted and darted across the room and his mind seemed to be making manic calculations while he sucked contentedly on his mystery drink. It was the Swamp Hippie, or at least …
Calling All Pet Lovers Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Spotlighting ABUSERS Wednesday, March 8
Dear Davi, What can be done to stop abusers from getting their hands on my fur friends? Alford the American Stafford Terrier ____________________ Alford, Don't worry, com-paw-dre. Florida lawmakers have filed a bill that will …
STILL Poppin' Yesterday at 9:41 AM
Ajeen and Juice of San Marco (where Pulp used to be) features Middle Eastern street food along with some recognizable favorites from the Pulp menu, like smoothies and acai bowls. All the dishes …
A Slice of the EYE Wednesday, March 29
The eyes are often referred to as the windows to the soul. A new piece of legislation makes them seem more like a money pie to be carved up and served to the highest bidder. In yet another example …
A Home for OCEARCH Wednesday, February 15
The journey that brought him to Jacksonville began off the coast of Cape Cod on Sept. 17, 2012. On that day, Ocearch Founding Chairman and Expedition Leader Chris Fischer pulled a 16-foot, …
30 LEGENDS of Northeast Florida Wednesday, April 5
Well, it’s official. Folio Weekly is certifiably middle-aged. Yep, we’re 30! And not the 30, flirty and fabulous kind, either. (OK, maybe a skosh.) Now that we’re qualified for true …
CHARGED with Racism Wednesday, February 1
At the tail end of September 2016, Jacksonville University sociology professor Nathan Rousseau donned a pair of oversized Sony headphones and sat down with “First Coast Connect” host …
SEVEN Year Itch Wednesday, February 1
The collective bargaining in recent months between the city of Jacksonville and its unions — especially the police and fire unions — has been epic theater. Each individual negotiating …