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Primitive Funa-Zushi. The Horrid Roots of Modern Sushi

The dish that we know as Sushi is a brilliantly modernized version of a Japanese Culinary innovation from the 1800s. Its introduction to world kitchens, particularly American, has transformed it into one of the most successful fusion food forms in the world. Without global influences, Sushi would not...

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Melissa Ross: Mud Morgenfield Blues Interview

Melissa Ross talks with the eldest son of the legendary Muddy Waters, Mud Morganfield. Mud was brought up surrounded by many of the finest musicians in the Blues. Mud’s singing is firmly in best of traditions of Chicago Blues, but he is also a writer of great new songs and he is backed by some of the...

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Jacksonville Nightlife Guide: Best Bars and Drinks

Jacksonville has a nightlife rich with lounges, tiki bars, beer hound taverns and sophisticated whisky dives — something for everyone. If you're looking for somewhere to go next time you hit the town, here are some of the best bars Jacksonville has to offer, as well as their specialties.

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Melissa Ross: Kim Paige studio performance!

Singer/songwriter Kim Paige Music performed live in studio to preview the upcoming Roscolusa Songwriters Festival on First Coast Connect. Check out this cute, talented and wonderful singer after the jump!

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Six Authentic Mexican Restaurants in Jacksonville

According to Metro Jacksonville forum members, here's six Mexican restaurants where you can find an authentic meal.

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Simply Sara's: Small Town Dining in Jacksonville

JaxRestaurantReviews.com (https://www.jaxrestaurantreviews.com) shares their "small town" experience at Simply Sara's in Ortega.

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Yoanna House Goes Local at the St. Augustine Distillery

TVJax’s Fashion Gone Local explores events, businesses, and people in and around Jacksonville with a focus on fashion, beauty, and dining out. The show features host, fashion model, and style correspondent Yoanna House investigating trends and interviewing their sources of inspiration and proliferation.

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Department of the Interiors: Silver Cow, King Street

Silver Cow, on King Street right next to the intersection of Park and King is trademark riverside goodness. Pub food, relaxed interior, and owner operated, we thought you might like a mini photo essay of the interior of the place: See more after the Jump!

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