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This Girl’s Black Friday Haul Video is Horrifying, from College Humor. Nov. 28.
Jacksonville History: LaVilla – Our 1st Suburb – The Ritz Theatre, Old Stanton High, Fire Station 4, from The Jax Left. Nov. 29.
Jay Ruiz – Live Jacksonville Cuba Libre, from Jayruizofficial, Nov. 29 View
MATT ABOUT JAX: Lighting of the Jacksonville Christmas Tree, from jaxdotcom, Nov. 29 View
Right Whale Festival, Jacksonville, Florida, from FirstCoast.tv, Nov. 29 View
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Buskers: A message from Farinelli (the music editor): We have moved the Jax Music Channel to a separate site and renamed it August’s List. From hereon in, this link will appear in lieu of an actual playlist. You will find the music there that you used to find here: August’s List
Smart Ass Cripple: Expressing pain through sarcasm since 2010. Read
The Field Negro, by Wain Bennett. Read
Brain Pickings: by Maria Popova. Read
Nursing Clio: Because the Personal is Historical. Read
Panned Review: Film reviews by Jacob Lusk. Read
Calvin’s Story: Epilepsy & beyond: a mother’s journal, by Christy Shake. Read
Maggie World, Normalizing the abnormal, by Sally Coghlan McDonald. Read
On the Blink: Considering how my light is spent, by Emily Michael. Read
Everyday Dolce: Finding the dolce in everyday stories of life, love, and food, by Jamie Cornman. Read
Make Jax Weird_______
Fiction Fix 16. A Jacksonville publication. Jayshiro Tashiro, “Birds in the City” / Cathleen Calbert, “Man Loves Woman Loves Dog” / Amando Paulger, “In the Hands of God” / Van G. Garrett, “Piss and Vinegar” / Di Jayawickrema, “Kirkenes, Norway” / Josh Lamstein, “Cooties” / Meeah Williams, “The Taste of Strawberries Today” / Glenn Erick Miller, “Essence” / Edward Hagelstein, “The Peespot Players.” Read
Eat Poems #9. Audio chapbooks–Poets in, around, and from Jax. Virus Conversations, by Michele Leavitt. Pub: Mark Ari. Leavett’s collection Back East won the Michael Macklin First Book Prize in 2013, & her memoir excerpt “No Trespassing” won The Ohio State University’s 2010 William Allen Award for creative nonfiction. Listen
Mudlark: an electronic journal of poetry and poetics. Published by Dr. William Slaughter, Professor Emeritus of UNF’s English department. Read