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TEDxJacksonville: Swimmin' with Existential Gators

Aman Mojadidi on Swimmin' with Existential Gators

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5 & Dime Theatre Produces Al Letson Original at MOSH

"John Coffey Refuses to Save the World" a new play by Al Letson will have its World Premier here in Jacksonville at the Museum of Science and History. The noted NPR personality, National Slam contender, Tedx Presenter, author and playwright will see his play produced by the ever exciting 5 & Dime Theatre...

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Karrissa Wade Interviews Robert Irvine Celebrity Chef

Karrissa Wade catches up with Robert Irvine, the celebrity chef famous for his string of Food Network television shows in advance of his performance at the Florida Theatre. Listen to Karrissa match wits with the English Military Chef after the Jump and go see this amazing live cooking performance!

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Cultural Council Brings Christo To Jville Audiences

Christo the larger than life artist whose literally larger than life art installations have created sensations around the planet will be coming to Jville Thursday night and speaking to a select few in person at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville's downtown. The event is part of the spectacular...

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Interview with Sabeen Perwaiz Syed

Arash Kamiar interviews the Executive Director and Co-organizer of TEDxJacksonville.

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TEDxJacksonville: How to Survive an Execution

Herb Donaldson on How to Survive an Execution

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One SPARK 2015: The Grey Area 22441

Keagan Anfuso, arguably one of the most exciting young emerging filmmakers in the area is teaming up with Drew Brown, the winner of last years student Oscars to create a nuanced film about gender stereotyping, and it promises to be gripping and relevant. The film is titled "The Grey Area" and already...

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One Spark 2015: Creator Wants to Restore the Velodrome

According to USA Cycling, spectators once flocked to track cycling races much like NASCAR fans do today. Velodrome racing was a popular sport in the U.S from the early 1800s to the 1930s and has been a part of the Olympic Games since 1896. Currently, there are about 26 working velodromes across the country...

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Jville Painting Legend Shaun Thurston at One Spark 2015

Readers of MetroJacksonville over the years have followed the extraordinary career of Shaun Thurston, local urban artist, as he has embarked on a series of giant placemaking murals all over the city. Check out his contribution to OneSpark 2015

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The Daily Recaps for One Spark 2015

Video Summaries of the daily progress of the One Spark Festival provided by our partners at #IgniteMedia News Bureau! Check out the stories after the jump!

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