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10 Ways Geography has everything to do with Your Life

Geography is the study of place, and seeks to understand the ways in which humans influence their environment, and in turn explore the influence the environment has on humans. Quite simply, it is the study of the world around us. Surprising to many, its manifestation is seen in the following common every...

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Halloween Party at the Casket Factory Tonight!

On Friday October 24, 2014, the Jacksonville Historical Society will stage the second annual Halloween Party in the Casket Factory, following up on its 2013 success as the greatest Halloween party in Jacksonville’s history. It will take place once again at the Casket Factory, a mysterious old brick...

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What is Street Art? Why is It Around? Jax Street Art.

Ok...... 'Street Art" is one of the most powerful art movements in the world today, and Jacksonville has spawned several truly great street artists. This however has not led to any real recognition of the art form, with the notable exception of the Five Points neighborhood, the underground studio scene...

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Thorne Smith: Satire and the Supernatural from the 20s

Thorne Smith was one of America's best loved novelists and writer of satire. He wrote towards the end of Prohibition until the opening years of the Great Depression and left behind one of the most delightful mirrors of contemporary American Life of the era. Thorne was a junior member of the Algonquin...

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MJ Reports with Black Creek Creep Bike Group

As the world moves to a safer and healthier place, bicycle enthusiasts and riders have become a regular part of the landscape. Certainly many Metro Jacksonvillians are long time cyclists and advocates. Check out video correspondent Keagan Anfuso as she take us to Black Creek Creep, and go on a ride...

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Sailors & Sparrows: An Eco-Family Boutique

Children and their mother’s have a special relationship, and it’s that bond that has inspired young mothers Gina Rogers and Tiffany Bright to open Sailors and Sparrows: An Eco Family Boutique. Located on Pearl Street in the Springfield historic district of Jacksonville, the venture represents their...

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Stephen Dare Interview with Jim Rado

Jim Rado, the creator of Hair has been both vilified and celebrated in public since the first performance of Hair opened onstage. It is not an overstatement to say that his work changed the society we all live in and broke boundaries that pushed musical theatre forward. Hair is not only a work of soulful...

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Jacksonville Fashion Week 2013: Meet the Industry Panel

Jacksonville Fashion Week officially kicks off with a Panel Event and cocktail party at The Museum space! A panel of five respected professional from different backgrounds within the Fashion Industry will be sharing advice, strategies and cocktails with a crowd of Industry aspirants and Jville's fashion...

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TedTalk: Kevin Kelly and the Next Five Years of the Web

Kevin Kelly has been publisher of the Whole Earth Review, exec editor at WIRED, founder of visionary nonprofits, and writer on biology and business and "cool tools." He's admired for his new perspectives on technology and its relevance to history, biology and religion. At the 2007 EG conference, Kevin...

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Wagner at the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra!

Wagner is 200 years old in May of this year, and his work and music are still amongst the great achievements (and controversies) of the past century and a half. This weekend, the JSO will be devoting an entire evening to his work and it already promises to be one of the better presentations of an already...

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