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The remains of Jax's ragtime, blues and jazz age

A look at the remains of the South's most overlooked substantial African-American entertainment district during the formative years of ragtime, blues and jazz in the early 20th century.

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10 Free Things To Do In Jacksonville

If you live in Jacksonville, then you already know—there is always something to do here. But going out with friends or planning a day with the family doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, you have more options than you think. Here is a list of ten fun activities and popular attractions in Duval...

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Jaxsons Night Market Returns Thursday With New Location

Jaxsons Night Market celebrates its third anniversary this Thursday April 20th from 5-9pm at the new food truck court downtown.

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Uniquely Jacksonville: Mixon Studios

87 years after the completion of Joseph E. Craig's McCoys Creek Improvement project, a 21st century rebirth is quietly underway just west of downtown Jacksonville. Nestled in the midst of forgotten urban core industry, Jeff Edelson and Heather Sams continue the amazing transformation of a former industrial...

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LaVilla: The Whetstonian’s Last Days?

This article by Dr. Tim Gilmore of highlights what may be the last days of LaVilla's intriguing Whetstonian.

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Gentrification: A perspective from a long time resident

This article by Dr. Tim Gilmore of explores the redevelopment of Jacksonville's Brooklyn neighborhood from the perspective of long time resident Les Paul Garner.

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JaxbyJax Literary Arts Festival this weekend

JaxbyJax, one of the most unique events about the city, will return for its third year this weekend. Organized by local writer Tim Gilmore in 2014, the literary arts festival is built on the theme of "Jacksonville Writers Writing Jacksonville".

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