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Public Spaces: Downtown's Lack of Public Bathrooms

Today, finding a bathroom in an emergency downtown can be as problematic as finding a whale fisherman in Kansas. While one might be convinced that they exist in theory, the reality might be a series of disappointments. As part of this week's series on urban public spaces we present a few points in favor...

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Toni Smailagic: Pride 2016 Photo Essay

The 2016 Pride Parade and Block Party was, by every account, a runaway success. Drawing thousands of people from all over North Florida and Southern Georgia, the Five Points neighborhood was transformed into an endless sea of people and rainbow colors. Heavily sponsored by the City's financial institutions...

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Photo Tour: Manifest Distillery Preview

Living in the same building with the new Intuition Ale Works, Manifest Distillery will be conducting a tour of their facility a little later on this month (on the 15th of September, to be exact) but we managed to get into the space this past week to snap a few photos of the space before the polish and...

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Edgewood Avenue No Longer on the Edge of Development

New businesses are starting to form clusters in Murray Hill, but infrastructure changes are needed to connect the dots.

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A Neighborhood Transformed By Craft Beer

Infrastructure improvements heralded the way for a market-based renaissance driven by craft beer along a long-derelict commercial district in Jacksonville. Now the entrepreneurs that fueled King Street's success are opening businesses in additional neighborhoods throughout the city.

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