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This Video Will Make You Fall In Love With Jacksonville

This brief video, by Echo Studios, will make you fall in love with Jacksonville. According to its creator, "this video is a labor of love. This is what I did when wondering, hoping, and attempting to understand while in Jacksonville.” Enjoy.

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Lost Jacksonville: Broilers, Chicken Nuggets & Patties

Metro Jacksonville takes a look at the rise and fall of a major local chicken processor and the Westside ruins that quietly remain today.

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Remembering Our Brooklyn

Understanding Jacksonville's Brooklyn. Article from From EU Jacksonville and written by Erin Thursby.

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5 Must See Modern Homes In Jacksonville

A peek inside a few mid-modern residences from Old Arlington, Inc. and the American Institute of Architects-Jacksonville Chapter 3rd Annual Arlington Mod & More Home Tour.

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Porchfest: Free Springfield Music Festival On Saturday

Jacksonville will soon be home to one of the most popular events sweeping the country. Porchfest, a music festival held on front porches, will take place November 8, 2014, in Jacksonville’s oldest neighborhood, historic Springfield.

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AllianceFlorida at Cecil Commerce Center

Located on the westside of Jacksonville, AllianceFlorida at Cecil Commerce Center is a first class, master planned multimodal business park being developed by Hillwood Investment Properties. Prior to life as a business center, the 4,474-acre site served as Naval Air Station (NAS) Cecil Field.

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Inside Downtown's Maxwell House Coffee Plant

Max and Joe of Made Right Here make their way to Jacksonville for a look inside Maxwell House and what it takes to make this iconic American coffee.

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A Ride Through JCPenney's Penney Farms

In 1926, James Cash Penney (founder of JCPenney), came to Northeast Florida and created his own utopian village. Penney Farms, was an experimental town intended to be a "scientifically-managed agricultural community”. The Great Depression ended the experiment but Penny Farms lives on today.

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Fernandina Beach: A Stroll Down Historic Centre Street

Northeast Florida is home to several pedestrian scale districts. Some of the region's largest are located outside of the City of Jacksonville. Today, Metro Jacksonville takes a stroll down Fernandina Beach's historic Centre Street.

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Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens

A look at Jacksonville's neighborhoods and special places through the eyes of Metro Jacksonville's photographer Andrew Nyhuis: Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens.

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