If one of my friends had to choose between me and her dog, she would choose her dog. This epiphany came to me one day, when my friend’s dog bit me on the hand for no apparent reason. //by Karen Miller Its owner (my friend) explained to me that it was because I was wear- […]
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In May, the Jacksonville Symphony Association introduced Courtney Lewis as its new music director.
HURRICANES, HUMAN INTEREST STORIES AND TRAFFIC JAMS. FOR ONE LOCAL REPORTER, IT’S ALL IN A DAY’S WORK. As traffic anchor and general assignment reporter for First Coast News, Katie Jeffries covers a wide range of topics—and does it all with a smile. But despite her chipper demeanor, she’s adept at covering more than just human […]
Dr. Brian Stephens went into residency at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville after graduating from the Medical College of Georgia in 2002. He loved seeing patients, but he didn’t love the short bit of time he was expected to spend with each one. “I was always pushed to see more patients, to get our clinic […]
Despite a crippling disability, one pint-size songstress is making a big mark on the music industry.
Super Bowl champ lives out a dream—even if it wasn’t his
San Marco high-rise condo makes the most of its setting with indoor/outdoor living spaces and plenty of natural light.
Now in his final season as conductor of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, Fabio Mechetti reminisces on his time here
Since this is my first piece for the new Jacksonville Magazine blog on the subject of all things wine and food, I thought it wise to give a brief background into who I am and what I’m doing here. [By “here” I mean Jacksonville, as well as “here” on this website and by “brief” I mean […]
A familiar face on air in a new place by matt coleman // photo by agnes lopez For a guy who’s been a Jacksonville television fixture for close to three decades, spending six months off the air is daggum excruciating. Dan Hicken signed on to join CBS47/FOX30’s Action Sports 360 last year after his contract […]