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Jax "Hole in the Wall" Restaurants, Part 7

Jax "Hole in the Wall" Restaurants, Part 7

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Jacksonville in 1928

Rarely seen imagery taken between 1928 and 1929, of Jacksonville's neighborhoods by George W. Simons Jr.


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Jacksonville Food Trucks: New Legislation is Needed

The proposed food truck legislation is being touted as a success. In this op-ed, Arash Kamiar writes why he thinks the legislation is a significant failure and outlines at least six policy initiatives food truckers should want to see implemented.


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Baltimore's Inner Harbor vs. Jacksonville's Riverfront

Metro Jacksonville's Ennis Davis explains why Baltimore has found success with the revitalization of their Inner Harbor and discusses the simple challenge Jacksonville's leaders must overcome if they want a similar result along the St. Johns River.


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Jacksonville Mayor? The nine who should run

In a totally arbitrary manner (and no particular order), we present nine people who aren't running for Mayor that should! Sometimes its hard to remember how many smart capable people we actually have in Jacksonville.

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Best Restaurant Bars in Jacksonville

From EU Jacksonville: Four restaurants that provide a good mix of tasty food and delightful libations that make them some of the favorite places to eat and drink in Jacksonville. Written by Jessica Fields.


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Old people & technology (I mean you 30 year olds)

Ok, I'm a bit sick of generational scolds who fear, mock and are actively engaged in condemning younger people because of their technology.


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13 Things In Jacksonville You Didn’t Know Existed

13 things in Jacksonville you didn't know existed, according to Brian Arthur of real estate blog Movoto.com.


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Orange Park: The First Coast's Overlooked Historic City

When one hears the name "Orange Park," congested Blanding Boulevard and post-WWII suburbia immediately enters the mind of many. However, a short trip off the beaten path of gridlocked arterials, Blanding and Park Avenue, reveals a scenic and peaceful community that dates back to the late 19th century.


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JTA Shrinks Transportation Center's Footprint

For years, Metro Jacksonville has claimed the Jacksonville Transportation Authority's (JTA) Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center (JRTC) was too big for its britches and expensive for taxpayer's wallets. Now it appears that JTA is beginning to move in the right direction with a revised plan that reduces the JRTC's massive footprint.


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7 Burgeoning Trends of Jacksonville Dining

From EUJacksonville: When it comes to food, some trends go beyond being just “trendy.” These so-called trends actually develop and expand the fabric of our food scene into something better. Written by Jennifer Earnest AND Christopher Irvin. 

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