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TEDxJacksonville Salon: Excellence in Government

TEDxJacksonville hosts "Excellence in Government" salon on May 9, 2015 in Hemming Park.

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Anna Brosche: Why I am Running For Council

Anna Lopez Brosche is running for council in an At Large district that is badly in need of new representation. Check out her background and why she decided to run for office after the Jump!

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Once Marked for Demolition, The Bostwick Moves Forward!

After a protracted battle with the scions of the Bostwick Building over their continued demolition by neglect of the historic downtown structure, the Brown Administration stepped in and foreclosed on the building to make it available to reasonable offers of redevelopment. Today, the new owners of the...

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Balitmore Mom Slaps Fire Out of Rioting Son

Just a reminder that no matter how clearly lines seem to be drawn, people are still human beings (and occasionally have to answer to their furious moms) See the amazing (and kind of hilarious) video after the jump.

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The Billboard Wars are Back!

The little Veterans Memorial Arena banner being fought over in Jacksonville is nothing compared to another billboard that could possibly be approved this week!

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Through the Looking Glass and onto the Operating Table

Over the past two years, surgeons and scientists from Jakarta to Jacksonville have been exploring potential applications of the Google Glass device in the OR. The device has been used to live stream surgeries, teach residents and fellows, consult specialists, and develop safety checklists. Some projects...

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Tommy Hazouri: Why I am Running for City Council

Former Mayor, Tommy Hazouri joins MetroJacksonville for a guest article articulating why he is running for the City Council. Join us for his essay and ask him plenty of questions after the jump!

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Robert Montgomerie: Remembering the Sheriff’s Debate

Before the Unitary elections when, arguably, the local elections were a little more interesting, I went to the Sheriff’s debates at the IBEW in Springfield -- a sizable man cave that serves, from time to time, gatherings of union folks, activist groups, and the affair I was there for. The event was...

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UNF's Ozzie Storybook to Raise Money for Nature Trails

A #IgniteMedia article by Annie Carroll.

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Pratt Guys Shop Opening 4/25, One Spark Goal Achieved

Pratt Guys, a Jacksonville-based creator of custom backyards, will open its first retail showroom at a public open house event on April 25 at 6967 Philips Highway in Jacksonville. The grand opening comes just one year after the start of its 2014 One Spark Creator project, where the company finished as...

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