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Abandoned Florida: The Jones Brothers Furniture Company

Bullet of Abandoned Florida provides us with a rare look inside one of downtown Jacksonville's largest vacant early 20th century buildings: The Jones Brother's Furniture Company

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Designing for Health with the WELL Building Standard

Architects-In-Training Ledia Durmishaj and Samantha Wai provide a behind the scenes look into the design of Gresham, Smith & Partners (GS&P). Located on the top floor of One Enterprise Center, GS&P may be one of downtown Jacksonville's most impressive office spaces.

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Duval Democrats Completely Change Leadership for 2017

In the wake of the 2016 Election and the removal of Corrine Brown, the Duval Democrats reorganize and review what it means to be Democrats.

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Hogans Creek Greenway multiuse path project underway

Here's some news that should put a smile on the face of bicycle and pedestrian advocates. After years of delays, construction is underway on a long overdue multi-use path between downtown and Springfield. Here's a look at where it will go and at the work that has been done so far.

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Amazon planning to open 2,000 drive thru grocery stores

Amazon plans to build 2,000 drive through grocery stores across the country. Is Jacksonville ready?

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Political Mojo: Marijuana Legalization in Florida!

Today on Political Mojo, Jack Twachtman joins Meredith O'Malley Johnson to talk about medical marijuana: the history of marijuana prohibition, current medical research, how much freaking money Colorado is making off pot, and Amendment Two. Check it out, after the jump!

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Riverside Overlay: Back To The Drawing Board

Following our coverage last week of the toxic new regulations and zoning changes introduced by Jim Love's new Riverside Avondale Zoning Overlay Bill, the council member has decided to withdraw the bill and introduce a substitute bill instead.

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Bryant Park Restoration: Blueprint for Hemming

Bryant Park in New York is one of the most celebrated urban park change agent stories in the United States. It went from one of the most notorious public spaces in a city that was hardly short of such areas to an active park that has literally become a byword for friendly upscale tactical urbanism....

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Syria’s Not So Civil War Explained

We are lucky to have a guest editorial here on Metrojacksonville written from the perspective of one of the least heard viewpoints in the world, a Kurdish opinion. Dr. Koohzad is a Professor Emeritus of Middle Eastern Studies, and the author of a forthcoming book called, ‘In Search of Kurdistan’....

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