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Edgewood Bakery Owners Say They're Open For Business...12/10/14
The owners of Jacksonville's Edgewood Bakery in the city's Murray Hill neighborhood say they are open for business and committed to an out-of-court...
Media Roundtable: Yarborough's Objection To MOCA Photo Creates Uproar
Jacksonville City Council President Clay Yarborough, Duval County GOP Secretary Kim Crenier, and same-sex marriage are making headlines this week.
MOCA's Exhibit Protected By First Amendment, Says Constitutional Law...
A protest is scheduled for downtown Jacksonville Wednesday night during Art Walk–and it involves an art exhibit. Controversy flared after Jacksonville...
Mike Birbiglia Coming To The Florida Theatre
In his career of just 11 years, performer Mike Birbiglia has released two critically acclaimed albums and three Comedy Central specials. At 24, Mike was...
Media Roundtable: President Obama Plans Executive Action On Immigration
President Obama, immigration reform, Bill Cosby and Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown are making headlines this week.
Business Exec, Former Councilman Propose Alternative Pension Funding To...
Mayor Alvin Brown said Wednesday he strongly supports a new pension reform proposal developed by two private citizens in consultation with the mayor's...
Commentary: Are High School Sports Real Life 'Hunger Games'?
As the latest film in the Hunger Games franchise opens this week, First Coast Connect pop culture philosophy contributor Nicolas Michaud has thoughts on...
FUBU, Priceline Founders To Headline One Spark 2015 Speakers Summit
With nearly five months to go before the crowdfunding festival begins, One Spark is making major announcements for their third year in Jacksonville.
FL Farmworkers Focus Of New Documentary 'Food Chains'
A new documentary takes a look what some consider to be one of the most exploited groups of workers: Florida farm pickers.
Stetson Kennedy Home Designated As Literary Landmark
A event in St. Johns County this weekend will honor civil rights icon Stetson Kennedy.
Recent Child Abuse Deaths Concern Local Hospitals
There has been a recent string of deaths due to child abuse in Northeast Florida.
Going Green: Eco Relics Takes The Old And Makes It New
Reuse, recycle, repurpose. That's what Anne and Michael Murphy, the owners of Eco Relics, are striving for.
The Business Prospects Of Jax Shipyards As Khan Eyes Property
Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan said this week that he is optimistic he can strike a deal with the city to develop the Shipyards property.
New Affordable Care Act Enrollment Period Begins Saturday
The state's uninsured have a new chance to get covered this month.
Media Roundtable: Gov. Scott Wins Re-Election
The results of election 2014 and Jacksonville's pension are making headlines this week.
Human Rights Ordinance: Does Jacksonville Need It?
The interfaith group OneJax held the latest in their Civil Discourse discussion series last week about an issue that will most likely play a role in...
Media Roundtable: Election Day 2014 Draws Near
The 2014 governor's race and crime in Jacksonville are making headlines this week.
New Survey Finds Changing Perception Of Downtown Jacksonville
A new survey finds that public perception of parking, safety and activities in the urban core has improved since a similar survey in 2012.
Jax Civic Council Chair Halverson On Their Oppositon To Brown's Pension...
As Mayor Alvin Brown called on the Jacksonville City Council to pass his proposed pension reform legislation last week, the city's most influential...
Media Roundtable: Scott, Crist Neck And Neck In Latest Polls
The 2014 Florida governor's race and Jacksonville's pension are making headlines this week.
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