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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 …
Roastworthy Wednesday, November 27, 2013
In honor of the big birds being sliced up in Thanksgiving celebrations across the country, Folio Weekly presents the 2013 Turkeys of the Year. The winners of this dubious distinction made some …
Spring FERVOR Wednesday, May 24
The season everything changed
Are Jacksonville Dems LEGIT? Wednesday, April 19
There is one story that I’m watching as the 2018 elections approach. Will Jacksonville take back its rightful property? By this, I mean its second seat in the U.S. Congress. The state of …
Surviving in SILENCE Wednesday, April 26
One of the greatest threats in America, indeed the world, is the unacceptable prevalence of sexual assault and rape in our society. Americans protest daily on the many issues important to us all. …
Parents rush to meet magnet application deadlines and students rejoice when they receive their acceptance letters in the mail. But would parents be so eager to send their students to these top-ranked …
American ZOMBIES Wednesday, June 21
They’ve got us surrounded. Now what are we going to do about it?
From Expression to DEPRESSION Wednesday, March 29
While the old cliché “hard cases make bad law” is true, it’s also quaint. There are easier ways to make bad law. For a good illustrative example, put down this magazine, …
The city of Jacksonville has a long history of corrupt and racist politics. For years, the white city fathers supported a power structure that ignored the rights of black residents and even allowed …
Going for the GOLD Wednesday, April 5
If you thought that the Americans were fiercely competitive in the Olympics, take a look at public education. Instead of pride over sons and daughters standing astride the podium amid rising …