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Fort Stories

If you haven’t heard about this local Jacksonville band, let me ask you, do you need help moving your rock? Fort Stories is a beautiful local seven piece folk/indie band. I heard the beginning of Fort Stories in an old building on Margaret Street a while ago, and I knew I wanted to feature them! […]

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Wedding Season: What to Wear to a Spring Wedding (and how to stand out doing it)

Wedding trends may come and go, but Spring and Summer weddings will always be popular (according to a survey conducted by TheKnot.com and WeddingChannel.com, June is the most popular month for weddings). If you’re like me, then the wedding invites and Facebook engagement notifications have already started piling up. There’s no doubt about it, weddings […]

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Shoe Cam: Capturing Your Soles

At our Cover Model Fashion Show last Thursday, fashion lovers lined up to have their shoes photographed on our mini red carpet for the first official outing of the Jacksonville Magazine Shoe Cam! What is the Shoe Cam, you ask? Think of it as a miniature “step and repeat,” a way to showcase your footwear […]

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#SnagJaxMag

Here at the Jax Mag offices, we’re always curious to see what our beautiful publication looks like outside in the real world. So, we’ve launched a new social media campaign, #snagjaxmag. We want to see how our readers #snagjaxmag—whether it’s on the beach, at their desk, at a cool spot somewhere in the city… show […]

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Moonlight on The River Gala

“Moonlight on the River,” a fundraising gala hosted by the North Florida Land Trust, was held this past Thursday evening at the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens. The night included an auction, cocktails, dinner and dancing. Guests also enjoyed live music and came dressed in even livelier attire for the “black tie and blue […]

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Love Thy Neighborhood • Home Profile

For Bonnie & Terry Dennis, restoring a century-old mansion in Avondale was a matter of civic duty. Bonnie and Terry Dennis may have purchased their Avondale residence six years ago, but they don’t consider themselves homeowners. Built between 1904 and 1907, the three-story Colonial Revival is one of the oldest houses in Avondale. It is featured […]

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Ether Chambles

Ether Chambles is a dreamy mix of delicate melodies and hip hop with strong percussive elements. Chantalle Johnson is a local musician who absolutely inspires me. She has recently begun a new project with James West (music producer) and Jazz Walker from Kija Studios (video production) and it has gained a ton of local support. Their […]

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