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Witness to History

by Ron Whittington // from the May 2015 issue of Jacksonville Magazine It was a normal, busy Friday night in Jacksonville Beach on April 10, 1942. Before the day was over, residents and tourists enjoying rides at the amusement park or walking the pier would realize the war wasn’t as far away as they thought. […]

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Horrible Bosses

By Bryan Baker // from the April 2015 issue of 904 Magazine There’s an oft-quoted scenario from the cult classic 1999 film Office Space in which managers and middle managers meander to the cubicles of employees and redundantly request menial, mundane “TPS Reports.” What makes it funny is its simplistic truth: we, all of us, […]

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words by Jasmine Marshall // from the April issue of 904 Magazine The year is 2007 and social networking sites have more or less divided the Internet into “adaptors” and “nonbelievers.” In one camp, bloggers swear by the practice of branding and non-stop status updates; in the other, professors advise their students not to look […]

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Road to Redemption

words by Matt Coleman // from the April issue of 904 Magazine Redemption and recovery. They don’t come easy for ex-offenders striving to return to normalcy after entering the prison system. National studies show that 60 to 75 percent of ex-offenders can’t find work within a year of their release. In Florida, close to 30 […]

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Shoe Cam: A Night at Roy’s

// by Brittany M. Wright On Tuesday, May 13, Roy’s Restaurant in Jacksonville Beach hosted a special event, aptly called “A Night at Roy’s,” to benefit the Monique Burr Foundation. The Monique Burr Foundation is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the prevention of bullying and child-abuse among elementary school children through the use […]

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Shoe Cam: Bark After Dark

// by Brittany M. Wright On May 2, Clay Humane held its 13th annual Bark After Dark bachelor auction. The Vegas-themed event was hosted on the beautiful grounds of the Winterbourne Inn of Orange Park, overlooking the St. John’s River. Bark After Dark serves as a fundraiser for Clay Humane, a non-profit veterinary clinic and […]

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Fill ‘er Up

by Damon Noisette // photo by Agnes Lopez Occupying an unassuming location in a former filling station just over St. Augustine’s Bridge of Lions on Anastasia Island, GAS Full Service Restaurant fully embraces the origin of the building, with elements of chrome, a concrete shop floor, gas pump door handles out front, and car art […]

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