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LOW DOWN ON THE DIGITAL DOWNLOAD Wednesday, February 11
In a recent piece in The Guardian titled “The internet will suck all creative content out of the world” — no subtlety in headlines across the pond, is there? — David Byrne (of …
FOR THE RECORD: VINYL AND I Wednesday, February 11
Waxing poetic about the sundry pleasures of needle-on-vinyl
COOL ASS UPCOMING SHOWS IN 2015 Wednesday, February 11
Look, we know that there are countless reasons to stay home: lying around eating peanut brittle and watching Moonshiners – don’t act like you don’t know – mood disorders, …
Dance of Death: The Life of John Fahey, American Guitarist by Steve LowenthalBetween 1959 and 2001, John Fahey released more than 40 albums of acoustic six-string guitar music that touched on …
Jacksonville's Shofar magazine, which derives its name from an old Hebrew word for a ram's-horn trumpet blown before battle, bills itself as "a Bi-monthly publication that has an online and print circulation of more than 490,000 and is growing …
disputes between neighbors are as old as civilization itself. We've all had them, or known of someone who has, or heard horror stories. In a sense, this story is no different: two neighbors quarreling over felled trees and damaged property and a …
Lots of people are angry at the coup Lenny Curry's campaign pulled off at the Duval 
 County Republican Executive Committee meeting last week, when he earned the party's endorsement [The Flog, "Duval Repubs Eject Folio Weekly Writer (Who Is Not …
Jacksonville needs to get on top of pension reform, and failing to do it now amounts to playing politics with taxpayer money. And contrary to what a recent Lenny Curry direct-mail piece would have us believe, it's not Mayor Alvin Brown who's playing …
ALVIN BROWN RUNS TO THE MIDDLE Wednesday, January 21
His is a well-worn centrist path, but will it inspire those who backed him four years ago?
THE FLORIDA BEER WAR HEATS UP Wednesday, January 21
The Florida Retail Federation wants the state to crack down on microbreweries’ taprooms