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Streaming Live: TEDxJacksonville: INTO THE MACHINE

On Break until 4:25pm: TEDxJacksonville Presents Into the Machine

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The Walking Revolution

After 75 years of urban planning that encouraged a sedentary lifestyle, a radical redesign of our cities and open space has finally begun. Parks and pathways are making a comeback to create truly walkable communities through partnerships between local residents, businesses, developers, municipalities,...

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Images of Modern America: Jacksonville

After months of development, Metro Jacksonville's fourth book is now available from Charleston, SC-based Arcadia Publishing. This time, Metro Jacksonville's Ennis Davis provides readers with a different story on Jacksonville's history. Images of Modern America: Jacksonville covers the transformation...

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News4Jax: Eureka Gardens’ Residents Upset, Make Demands

Residents of Christian ministry owned apartment complex, Eureka Gardens, upset over the state of disrepair and neglect of property.

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JU Public Policy Institute Poll: Trump Leads in Florida

Donald Trump remains the frontrunner among Republican presidential candidates in Florida, with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush maintaining strong support, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina surging, neurosurgeon Ben Carson losing some ground and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio on the rise, according to a...

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Hemming Park Community Forum: Thursday Sept. 24, 2015

As part of our grant from Southwest Airlines, Project for Public Spaces, the world's premier organization for place making, will lead a community forum this Thursday to discover what you would like to see in Hemming Park over the next five years.

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Politics of Demography: Nearly 41 Million Kurds

By Dr. M. Koohzad: The occupiers of Kurdistan hide the Kurds statistically.

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Native Sun Jax Beach Grand Opening

Locally owned and operated Native Sun Natural Foods expands to Jacksonville Beach. Grand Opening is this Saturday, September 19, 2015.

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News4Jax: Minimum Wage Affecting Local Businesses

Congresswoman Corrine Brown joins Kent Justice to provide an opposing view on redistricting. Plus, a status report on the health of the St. Johns River and the minimum wage debate on a local business level.

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