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Pumpkin Everything

It’s fall, and that means everyone is going absolutely loopy for pumpkin everything. We’ve scoured the city for all the best pumpkin menu items, but you won’t find any pumpkin spice lattes here. Only the real deal. However, bear in mind that many of these items are specials only, and they may not be available […]

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Fiction Contest Honorable Mentions: Poetry

When deciding the winners of the inaugural Fiction Contest, we had a large stack of entries that we considered contenders—a stack that went around the office a few times to make the final decisions on who would be our winner or winners. Though we only chose two of the more than 100 entries we received, […]

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Three Can’t-Miss Festivals

What are you doing on the next couple Saturdays? Whether you’re into movies, food or supporting local causes, we’ve got you covered. St. Augustine Greek Festival Oct. 8-10 | Francis Field | $3 The St. Augustine Greek Festival celebrates all things Greek — food, dancing, music and heritage. Taste from homemade Greek foods and Greek […]

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Shoe Cam: Bootlegger’s Ball

// by Brittany Wright On Saturday, September 19, the ballroom of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Riverside was transformed into a prohibition-era speakeasy for the 4th annual Riverside Avondale Preservation Bootleggers’ Ball. Each year guests are invited to a hush-hush location to enjoy a night of dancing, delicious food, and of course […]

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First Draught

Hops, one of the main ingredients in beer, are typically harvested at the end of summer. Perhaps that’s why fall seems to bring more beer-themed events than the rest of the year. Whatever the reason—and does it actually matter?—’tis the season for local opportunities to partake in the world’s favorite brewed beverage. • Several Bavarian-inspired […]

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Parties with a purpose

You’re going to eat dinner anyway, so why not make it count? Take a bite of these upcoming charity dinners: Taste of Golf September 30 | 6:30 PM | TPC Sawgrass Clubhouse Combining live entertainment, auctions and wine, this 10th annual event showcases Florida’s finest golf and country club chefs in a culinary competition. The proceeds go […]

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Outside the Music Box

Get out and listen to some tunes this week with these shows around the Jacksonville area, each performed at a venue in which you might not normally go to for music: Uncle Kracker Concert TPC Sawgrass lawn | October 2, 7:30 p.m. A concert featuring pop/country artist Uncle Kracker will take place October 2 on the back lawn of TPC […]

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Get Your Mug in the Mag

It’s always exciting when you get your photo snapped by a Jax Mag photographer. Will it make it into the magazine? Can’t wait to get the next issue and see! Here are some upcoming charity events you can make an appearance at if you want a shot at getting your mug in the mag. Tribute: […]

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Native Sun opens in Jax Beach

This week, the newest Native Sun Natural Foods Market, a Jax-based grocery store focusing on organic and natural products, opens its third location in Jacksonville Beach. “When you look at the way the beach is designed, we found there weren’t any grocery stores on Third Street,” says Native Sun owner Aaron Gottlieb. “Grocery to me is a very […]

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