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This week we’re showing our love for Northeast Florida’s makers, the folks who provide locally sourced, artisanal alternatives to homogenous mass culture. Why? Because we’re them … more
The AIDS Memorial Project of NE Florida (AMP) is proud to announce the first of its ongoing projects to memorialize the almost 5,000 individuals lost to acquired immune deficiency syndrome in the … more
It’s a new year and a new governor in Tallahassee, but certain veteran legislators want to maintain the status quo—at least when it comes to medical cannabis. Exhibit A: the Senate … more
For more 500 years, Valentine’s Day has been synonymous with love and the infinite number of ways it can be expressed. (It’s also my birthday, but that’s neither here nor there.) … more
Being a dog has plenty of terrific perks. Rolling in smelly spots, snoozing anytime you want, and eating treats. In fact, “treat” is one of the most recognized words in the domestic … more
There’s a new chocolatier in town and she’s all about sustainable chocolate! Erika Cline’s new Bleu Chocolat Café has opened just in time for Valentine’s Day. This shop … more
Not to offend (not true–don’t care–I’m a chef) don’t get me wrong, I’m not trying to be mean … but I’ve never met anyone named Brie who was even one … more
When any discussion of great beer gets going, you can be sure the topic of Trappist beer will come up. Beer brewed by Trappist monks is lauded as among the best beer in the world. Indeed, … more
About 10 years ago, an odd thing happened. Black metal, a genre of music built upon nihilism and elitism, a genre that had theretofore existed—practically by definition—only on the … more
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