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Jax Native Tyler Shields on the BlackList at Sundance

"I was told not to make this movie. I was told not to write. Before that, I was told I would never direct, and before that I was told I would never be a photographer." --Tyler Shields after being chosen by BlackList for inclusion in this years Sundance Festival project. Tyler's screenplay for "The Wild...

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Wynonna Judd Interview with Karrissa Wade

Wynonna Judd is in town for a concert at the Florida Theatre December 14th, 2014, and MetroJacksonville's Karrissa Wade spoke with her for a little down home chat about her career. Join us after the jump for the interview!

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Hemming Park: In the Center of It All

Keith Marks, Marketing Director of Friends of Hemming Park, writes an insightful synopsis of Hemming's past, present and future.

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10 Things Jaxsons Have To Explain To Out-Of-Towners

According to our friends at Movoto Real Estate blog, here's 10 things Jaxsons will have to explain to out-of-towners.

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Tyler Shields Photo Auctioned at Phillips for 18k

Jax Native, Tyler Shields (who has never had a show in his hometown) has become one of the most famous photographer/artists in the world. Not only is he the first native Jaxson to have work acquired by the Tate Gallery in the UK, but recently a photo of his was honored by being included in the Phillips...

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Yarborough Threatens to Defund MOCA, because "PORN"

A guest editorial by Thony Aiuppy. Recently, City Council President Clay Yarborough declared a photographic image at MOCA as "pornography". Then he threatened to defund MOCA if the image was not removed.

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10 Cool Places In Jacksonville That Don't Exist Anymore

It is no secret that Jacksonville has an extensive history—some pretty well known; some not so much. Here is a list of 10 places in Jacksonville that, unfortunately, do not exist anymore.

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Visiting The Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier

Metro Jacksonville photographer Andrew Nyhuis takes a visit to the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier.

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Jacksonville Symphony: Maneuvers in the Dark

Courtney Lewis brings the Jacksonville Symphony back into the black. Article from From EU Jacksonville and written by Richard David Smith III.

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5 & Dime: Barbara Colaciello's Life on the Diagonal

That perennial maven of theatre, well beloved in these columns, Barbara Colaciello is remounting a slightly modified version of her one woman show, Life on the Diagonal, which is a autobiographical work that she has been developing since 2001. She will be performing it at the super underground new urban...

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