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Shoe Cam: FGI Trend Presentation

On April 29, FGI of North Florida held the Bi-Annual Fashion Trend Video Presentation, directly from New York, produced exclusively for FGI events. Fashion Stylist, Gerald Fitz Pullins, whose work has graced many covers and pages in Jacksonville Magazine, reviewed this season’s top looks and what to expect in the season to come. The Shoe […]

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Chamblin’s Bookmine

Mmmmm, books. And more books. And then some more. And then you collapse under a pile of books because Jacksonville’s local bookstore Chamblin’s never ends. But you’re not too upset, because who minds being crushed by books? Certainly not me. Being crushed by an elephant might be unfortunate. But not by books. I think it […]

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8 Creative Ideas for Souvenirs

We’ve all had that moment. The trip is over, the bags are packed, and the only thing that will remain of the trip is a Facebook album and fond memories. Even the most vivid and amazing trip can fade without a meaningful memento, some incredible curio found after a wonderful day of sightseeing. Here’s a […]

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Shoe Cam: Fancy Pants Party

On Saturday, May 10, the Shoe Cam made an appearance at the second annual Fancy Pants Party at The Lot at TPC Sawgrass. Everyone knows that with great pants come great shoes, and we were there to capture all the fabulousness. All proceeds from the party, which included a full bar, a photo booth, and […]

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Made (Really) Well

I went to the opening of the new Madewell store in Jacksonville recently, and it was an absolute blast. If you’re unfamiliar with Madewell, it’s owned by J. Crew and, though it has a similar vibe, I like to think of it as the sexier, less buttoned-up, slightly bohemian little sister. The brand hired a […]

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Shoe Cam: Night of Fire

Jax Mag’s Shoe Cam is becoming a phenomenon, with people lining up to show off their footwear. Our unofficial Shoe Cam official, Kerry Speckman, snapped these shoe shots at the Night of Fire on May 1. The Cultural Council held the 38th Annual Arts Awards: Night of Fire event downtown in the Marble Bank Building. […]

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Third Annual Bootlegger’s Ball

// by Jessica Baggett The Riverside Avondale Preservation’s third annual Bootlegger’s Ball was held at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepard on Saturday, May 3. Attendees dressed up in flapper style and zoot suits to celebrate Riverside Avondale’s heyday, the roaring ’20s. Food was provided by Biscotti’s, Hawkers Asian Street Fare, Pele’s Wood Fire, Blind Fig […]

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Helfrich Cremant d’Alsace, France.

Grapes 100% Pinot Blanc Facts Bubbles from Alsace! Who knew!?!? Well, me…but that’s only because I’m a nerd for this stuff. Seriously though, Alsace barely gets a look-in on most restaurant wine lists and even less on retailers’ shelves. Shame really, since they tend to be some of my favorite white wines coming out of […]

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Maple Street Biscuit Company

There’s become a trend arising across the nation. It’s not a new concept as most of us could find them in our mothers’ kitchens. I’m talking about biscuits. Hand made, good ole’ southern biscuits. Here in Jacksonville, we have a place that doesn’t just specialize in the buttermilk flaky biscuits that they create in-house, but […]

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