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Urban Living in Jacksonville: Springfield

A look at Jacksonville's Springfield Historic District through the eyes of Metro Jacksonville's Daniel Herbin.

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The Extraordinary History of the Coquina Gates Area

Small, mythical and mystical, the tiny neighborhood was founded by a rugged adventurer and Amazonian Explorer named James Irvin Russell who got his start constructing sets for Vaudeville and ended up looking for the source of the Amazon. Join us after the jump for more details of one of Jacksonville's...

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Updated Program to Repair Downtown

Say good-bye to Downtown Vision, Inc. and Downtown Investment Authority. Up the budget of the parks department to maintain urban parks. These are 12 not so hard ways to fix downtown, according to Metro Jacksonville's Stephen Dare.

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Rebirth of Baymeadows' Western Way

Although the area surrounding Western Way and Baymeadows has been in decline for the past few years, a number of new businesses have moved in within the last 12 months. Combined with tentative development plans that could significantly change life around Western Way, it seems as if new opportunities...

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Springfield's Main Street Cruise - June 2014

This month the Springfield Main Street cruise coincided with the Great Race from Maine to Florida. Check out these photos from Saturday, June 28th.

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Jacksonville’s 10 Largest Shopping Centers

When someone thinks of Jacksonville, FL, "shopping" isn't likely something that immediately comes to their mind. Surprisingly though, Jacksonville's shopping scene is extremely large, offering millions of square footage, thousands of shops, and several locations throughout the county. Here is a look...

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Busted! Feds Audit Jax After Kim Scott Demolition Spree

Following the hue and cry surrounding the lightning demolitions of several historic properties in the historic Northside, a group of historic preservationists looked into the source of funding for Kim Scotts apparently unappealable decisions to demolish dwindling historic stock. What they found was...

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Made in Jacksonville: Eco Relics

They say the greenest building is an existing one. However, Eco Relic's reuse of Baker & Homles' former Stockton Street warehouse may be one of the most sustainable concepts in Jacksonville.

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The Craft Breweries of Jacksonville

A look into Northeast Florida's popular craft brewing industry.

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Robert Montgomery: Operation Cease Fire.

In a recent press conference city officials announced a new initiative, Operation Ceasefire, to fight urban crime in the city due to a recent up-surge in acts of violent crime. Up until now Jacksonville has been a high ranking city for years - statistics are verifiable via census.gov - in violent crime,...

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