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Changing the urban landscape in 2017

2016 saw the long anticipated return of the tower crane to Jacksonville's urban core. Looking forward to 2017, here are five projects and points of discussion that have the potential to lay the groundwork for a future pedestrian friendly city.

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Parvez Ahmed: Is a Clash of Civilizations Looming?

UNF Professor, former Fulbright Scholar and community icon, Parvez Ahmed writes a guest editorial asking whether or not the stage is set for an international clash of civilizations.

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10 Jax neighborhoods with thematic street names

All cities have street names and no matter what you're into, a Jacksonville neighborhood may have a set of street names themed for you. Here are a few we've come across. Let us know what we've missed.

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Wyatt Sanders: Why You Should Vote No on Amendment 1

Wyatt Sanders, who has invented solar power applications designed for household use, weighs in on the issues surrounding Amendment 1, and explains why you should vote NO.

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A Note from Paula Bartlett: Clerk of Court Candidate

Make Jacksonville Bold Again! A short essay from Paula Bartlett, candidate for Clerk of the Court of Duval County just before the election.

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