Theatre Jacksonville’s Creative Visioning
Sep07

Theatre Jacksonville’s Creative Visioning

 Theatre Jacksonville Executive Director Sarah Boone will never forget March 2020. The organization was counting down the days until its much-anticipated anniversary jazz brunch culminating a momentous 100th season as Florida’s oldest, continually running community theater, and the final two shows of the year had already been cast.

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Conversation on The Corner
Sep07

Conversation on The Corner

Mark Walker, director of the Jessie and senior program officer of the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, and Shawana Brooks, executive director of the Jacksonville Cultural Development Corporation, talk about the Corner Gallery, a new downtown cultural cornerstone

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ARxAB: The Making of an Art Destination
Jul06

ARxAB: The Making of an Art Destination

Spring 2021 saw a corridor of Atlantic Beach become a destination for mural art. A section of Mayport Road, the busy connector between Atlantic Boulevard north to Naval Station Mayport, had already begun to take shape as The Cultural Corridor for months.

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Marcom 2021: The Post-pandemic Paradigm
Jul06

Marcom 2021: The Post-pandemic Paradigm

Local experts share thoughts on this year’s marketing communications shifts How is your agency adjusting to a post-pandemic market?  ADAMS:We designed the CROP facility and studio to be a creative space for both our employees and our clients. Obviously, we didn’t have a lot of visitors last year. And we also dealt with some of our staff periodically working from home. So, we are delighted that we, for the most part, are in a...

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Ethnic Cuisine: An Endless Adventure
Jul06

Ethnic Cuisine: An Endless Adventure

By Jeffrey Spear Blue Orchid Thai Cuisine When describing the culinary culture in Jacksonville, a typical response would include smokehouse barbeque, fried chicken, biscuits and gravy, pimiento cheese, fried green tomatoes, hush puppies, and other such mainstays of southern cuisine. The reality is that, in a region with over 1.5 million residents, more than 40 percent coming from non-European backgrounds, the culinary culture in...

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Sacred Waters: Excerpts From a Journey Into Florida’s Wildest Waterways
Jul06

Sacred Waters: Excerpts From a Journey Into Florida’s Wildest Waterways

The rivers and streams of Florida are a vital natural resource. Our Native American ancestors considered them to be sacred and key to the circle of life, allowing their culture to thrive and flourish. By transporting sediments and nutrients, they are essential to the survival of our wetland habitats upon which native plants and animals depend.

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