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MITTSTOCK 2015 Wednesday, April 29
Last week, former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney paid us a visit as the special guest at a fundraiser supporting mayoral candidate Lenny Curry. U.S. Congressman Ron DeSantis — who is rumored to be running for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by presidential hopeful Marco Rubio — and Former Speaker of the Florida House, Will Weatherford, joined Romney and a crew of the area’s biggest donors at the event in Ponte Vedra Beach.
KHAN-TINUITY Wednesday, May 6
Weeks ago, after Shad Khan introduced his proposal for The Shipyards at the State of the Jaguars presentation, it was assumed the proposal would be the only one the Downtown Investment Authority would have to consider. That was not the case. Shitaki Marine & Yacht Refinishing LLC emerged with a boatyard and marina proposal for the luxury yachts enjoyed by virtually every Jacksonville resident (certainly, Folio Weekly has a fleet at our disposal). And then there was Stephen Grenda’s plan for a Noah’s Ark theme park that we all have been waiting for.
Calling All Pet Lovers Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Everything you need to love and care for animals of all kinds
SAFETY DANCE Wednesday, April 29
The race for mayor and election-year political “evolution”
THE FORCE OF PRETEND Wednesday, June 3
For Master Will and his North Florida Jedi Academy, the path of the Jedi is very real
A SHOT IN THE DARK Wednesday, May 6
Ken Adkins’ curfew proposal ruffles feathers, but he doesn’t mind.
ALEISTER CROWLEY’S GNOSTIC MASS“Kiernan, quit fiddling with your black cloak!” Although “The Great Beast” Aleister Crowley (1875-1947) was a pioneering occultist, …
TAKE ME TO THE RIVER Wednesday, June 3
Paul Harden understands the value the St. Johns River brings to Jacksonville. When City Councilmember Jim Love asked Harden if he thought river access was important, the land-use lawyer and City Council lobbyist replied that he did.
NOT A MIRAGE Wednesday, June 3
Farm to Family offers oasis from Northeast Florida’s food deserts
Slackers in the House leave 800,000 Floridians exposed