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The Riverside Brewing District: Then and Now

What is now becoming an area known for its local brewing production and the arts had its industrial beginnings supported by the dairy, beverage and lumber industries: The Riverside Brewing District.

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Neighborhoods: Atlantic Beach

Metro Jacksonville takes a look at the sunny side of the ditch, in a community entrenched in history, with a recent flair for modern homes and neighborhood compactness. Join us as we stroll down this part of the beaches, known by the locals as "AB", where "everyone knows everyone" is no exaggeration.

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Abandoned Jacksonville: Our Lady of the Angels Church

Constructed in 1915, Lackawanna's Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church represents one of the earliest catholic congregations to be established within the municipal limits of Jacksonville outside of Downtown. Metro Jacksonville takes a look inside this abandoned church as it transitions into a new...

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Jacksonville Top to Bottom Walking Tour

Think you know and have seen it all in Downtown Jacksonville? A new walking tour promises to introduce you to a side of downtown most don't know exist, by way of access into restricted underground tunnels, a silent movie shot on Forsyth Street featuring Oliver Hardy, and streetcars and a roof deck stop...

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On Top of the JEA Building

Metro Jacksonville gets a view of Jacksonville from the top of the former Universal Marion Building, now in use as administrative offices for the Jacksonville Electric Authority.

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Walkable Commercial Districts: 8th & Main

In our series of focusing on Jacksonville's long-overlooked historic, walkable commercial districts, we visit Springfield's 'central business district': 8th & Main.

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Kids Kampus Vanishes

With the NFL football season quickly approaching, Metro Jacksonville visits the flex space formerly known as Kids Kampus at Metropolitan Park.

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Urban Neighborhoods: New Town

Developed during the first decade of the 20th century, New Town is a traditional African-American working class community and the focus of a major neighborhood revitalization initiative. During its early years, the neighborhood enjoyed considerable growth due to a streetcar line that ran down Kings...

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Southside's Tapestry Park

Metro Jacksonville revisits a quaint, budding mixed-use development where the Southside corridor meets Gate Parkway.

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Castaway Preserve Park

This natural wildlife haven, nestled on San Pablo Road, offers nature trails, wildlife guides, picnic areas, fishing docks, and access to canoeing and kayaking. Metro Jacksonville goes exploring through this preservation gem.

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