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Calling All Artists

Calling All Artists

By Kate Peterson THE GALLERY Founded in 1993, Artel started as a vehicle for fostering appreciation for art in its purest form. It is the only non-profit, all-volunteer experimental art gallery [...]

Outtakes: Florida’s Prison Privatization Isn’t Paradise

Outtakes: Florida’s Prison Privatization Isn’t Paradise

By Rick Outzen In his fiscal year 2014 budget, Gov. Rick Scott proposes to eliminate 2,355 jobs by privatizing health services for state prisoners. Privatization of prisons is a national fad among [...]

News of the Weird 3/7/13

News of the Weird 3/7/13

By Chuck Shepherd Making Outsourcing Work for You A Verizon risk team, looking for data breaches on a client’s computers, discovered that one company software developer was basically idle for [...]

The Hangout Music Fest Announces Third Headliner

The Hangout Music Fest Announces Third Headliner

STEVIE WONDER TO JOIN TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS AND KINGS OF LEON AS HEADLINERS AT THE HANGOUT MUSIC FEST – YEAH YEAH YEAHS, MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS, IMAGINE DRAGONS AND MORE ADDED TO [...]

Abhaya Yoga Center Hosts Introductory Workshop

Abhaya Yoga Center Hosts Introductory Workshop

Abhaya Yoga Center hosts Dr. Prudence Farrow Bruns, PhD for an Intensive Introductory Workshop on Ayurveda Abhaya Yoga Center announced today that Dr. Bruns will host a two day introductory [...]

News of the Weird 2/28/13

News of the Weird 2/28/13

Guilt That Lingers An Arizona appeals court ruled in February that someone can be guilty of driving under the influence of marijuana even though its psychoactive ingredient has long left his system. [...]

Roadtrip Worthy Concerts

Roadtrip Worthy Concerts

JACKSONVILLE 3/12 – ORGY @ THE ROC BAR – 845 UNIVERSITY BLVD NORTH – ADV: $16/DOS: $18 – DOS: 6:00/SH: 7:00 *ON TOUR WITH VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE AND DAVEY SUICIDE * NEW SINGLE: Grime of the [...]

Mary’s Mission

Mary’s Mission

By Jeremy Morrison One Volunteer, Countless Blessings Folks at the St. Joseph Medical Clinic describe longtime volunteer Mary Bond in a variety of ways. They call her “the back bone of this [...]

For Love, Not Money

For Love, Not Money

St. Joseph Medical Clinic Serves Less Fortunate By Jeremy Morrison Dr. John Pallin relaxed in an open room inside the St. Joseph Parish medical clinic. He took a few a moments before beginning [...]

Generations of Sound

Generations of Sound

Belmont-DeVilliers’ Rich Musical History By Jessica Forbes At the Gregory Street Assembly Hall, trumpet player and vocalist David Washington recalled playing with Ike and Tina Turner and B.B. [...]

Outtakes:Taking Off the Training Wheels

Outtakes:Taking Off the Training Wheels

By Rick Outzen Whenever this newspaper is critical of an elected official, there is always backlash. Rather than taking responsibility for their actions, politicians often declare victim status [...]

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