Friday, August 1, 2014
 

How Education Affects the USA

It has been said that education is the bedrock of society. In this graphic by Top Education Degrees, we take a look at education levels in each state to see just how education...
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APA Florida Conference Headed To Downtown Jacksonville

APA Florida Conference Headed To Downtown Jacksonville

Jacksonville always seems to be moving forward, whether it is through reconstruction,...

Do Millennials Want to Call Your City ‘Home’?

Do Millennials Want to Call Your City ‘Home’?

Millions of millennials will soon be putting down roots. Cities and suburbs...

Farmers Markets Gaining In Popularity

Farmers Markets Gaining In Popularity

From award winning documentaries to daytime TV, agricultural industry practices...

Lampru Court: Historic Springfield Demolition 2007

Lampru Court: Historic Springfield Demolition 2007

Another historically significant Jacksonville building has been deemed...


If We Want Jax to Thrive Then We Must Support JAXPORT

Bruce A Fouraker, a contributing Writer and Editor with Masters of Industry Magazine and lifelong Jacksonville...
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2013 US City Population Estimates Released

The Census Bureau recently released their 2013 estimates for the country's largest cities. Despite having...
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The Port to Nowhere

A new lawsuit questions the economic potential of proposed JaxPort expansion.
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Downtown, In Focus: A Conversation with DVI

EUJacksonville shares this piece written by Katherine Hardwick, Director of Marketing for Downtown Vision,...
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Fuller Warren Bridge Widening: City Council Responds

The Florida Department of Transportation wants to widen the Fuller Warren Bridge and the community isn't...
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Liberty City: An Eye Opening Look Into Miami's Ghetto

The idea of having a healthy urban community is much more than seeing your downtown filled with tourists,...
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Mike Field Selected to 2014 Vanguard Class

For a second consecutive year, a member of the Metro Jacksonville and Transform Jax community has been...
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Food Trucks To Be Legislated Out of Existence?

Food trucks have become one of the most popular scenes to hit Jacksonville in recent years. Despite...
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Mayor Shares Possible JEA Partnership On Pension Reform

According to a COJ press release, Mayor Alvin Brown offered new details on Tuesday that show how Jacksonville’s...
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Education Policy Forum at JU Public Policy Institute

JU Public Policy Institute is continuing to engage and inform the community on major policy issues facing...
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Advocating for a Sustainable Jacksonville

Find out how Metro Jacksonville has become an advocate for a sustainable Jacksonville in a recent United...
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Jacksonville's Most Walkable Neighborhoods

Jacksonville's most walkable neighborhoods according to Walk Score's 2014 walkability rankings.
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Jacksonville: One of America's Least Walkable Cities

The good news is Jacksonville is a more walkable friendly city than Charlotte. The bad news is that isn't...
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Who was Nathan Bedford Forrest?

As the debate wages on around the name of a local high school honoring a man with no historical relationship...
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On the River: Swimming the St. Johns

EUJacksonville's Shannon Blankinship discusses the St. Johns river with Jim Alabiso.
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