@Jaxonpool     Sa 4/4 ’15, 486

The Settlers of Brooklyn, from Wisecrack, March 24 ↓

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VOTE!  Primary election May 19. Jaxonpool endorses for Mayor: Alvin Brown (D) see Lenny Curry’s plausible denialfor Sheriff: Ken Jefferson; At-large city council seats: #1: Anna Brosche (R); #3: Tommy Hazouri (D); #5: Ju’Coby Pittman (D); District city council seats: #1: None; #2: Lisa King (D); #4: Ramon Day (D); #7: none; #8: none


Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville Infection Prevention, from Baptist Health, March 27↓

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Jacksonville’s Sweet Pete’s, from UNF Spinnaker, March 30↓

Sweet Pete’s – Alternative link

Krishna Club at UNF on Gaura Purnima 2015 — Dina Bandhu Sings, from Krishna-kripa Das, April 2↓

Krishna Club – Alternative link

pic4 copyAugust’s List, by Farinelli, a Jacksonville resident. Not so easy listening. Genres: alt-country, alt-hip hop, Americana, cosmic, dance-pop, electropunk, experimental, folk, indie, lo-fi, neo-psychedelic, noise, post punk, shoegaze, synthpop, trip hop, etc. Watch & listen


pic2 copy“ONE SPARK // CISV JAX” (April 3), by Becky Gibson. Somewhere in the City: People, places, and happenings in Jacksonville. This site’s goal is to help ignite the growth of a proactive community. Read


panned It Follows (March 31st). Panned Review, by Jacob Lusk. Film reviews by a Jacksonville movie-reviewing fiend and English teacher. Read


OnTheBlink“Designing the Parachorus — Or Why I Sing with a Dog.” On the Blink, by Emily Michael. Considering how my light is spent. Blog posts, music reviews, and published articles from a blind writer, musician, and Jacksonville English instructor. Read


crip2“The Tears of a Cripple” (April 2) Smart Ass Cripple, by Mike Ervin. Expressing pain through sarcasm since 2010. Voted the World’s Biggest Smart Ass by J.D. Power and Associates. Read



The Field Negro, by Wain Bennett. Sometimes candid, sometimes tongue-in-cheek discussions about race. Read


brainBrain Pickings, by Maria Popova. A library of cross-disciplinary interestingness and combinatorial creativity. Read



calvinsstory“Day fourteen” (March 26) Calvin’s Story, by Christy Shake. Epilepsy & beyond: a mother’s journal. A mother’s journal of the anguish, grief, joy, and triumph shared with her chronically ill son. Christy and Calvin live in Maine. Read


MaggieWorld“Coming out of my shell” (March 24) Maggie World, by Sally Coghlan McDonald. Normalizing the abnormal. A mother sharing her experiences raising her disabled daughter and navigating, advocating and dealing with the system. [Although Maggie passed away in 2014, her mother continues to write. She lives in San Francisco.] Read


gargoyle copyEat & Gargoyle Magazine. A Jacksonville literary magazine published by Mark Ari: “I’m delighted to announce a new EAT Release in collaboration with Gargoyle Magazine. Gargoyle, based in Washington D.C. and edited by poet Richard Peabody, is one of the longest running and most respected independent journals in the country.”  Read

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Eat Flash #1.  EAT Flash is a collection of writers reading their own brief works of fiction, creative nonfiction, and prose poetry. All of the writers are connected to the Jacksonville area. Work by Al Letson, Coe Douglas, Mark Ari, Tim Gilmore, Hurley Winkler, Sohrab Homi Fracis, April Gray Wilder, Marcus Pactor, Grant Kittrell, and Christine Utz. Produced by Mark Ari.  Listen


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Eat the Public Domain. EAT the Public Domain is devoted to songs and poetry in the public domain. Most of participants are Jacksonville musicians and/or poets. Work by Mark Ari, Teri Youmans Grimm, Steven Sherrill, Spiral Bound, Mark Williams, Dewgrass, Davis Parry. Produced by Mark Ari.  Listen



Mudlark, edited by Dr. William Slaughter and published in Jacksonville. An electronic journal of poetry and poetics. Dr. Slaughter is Professor Emeritus of UNF’s English department. Read


jaxleftThe Jaxleft Channel, from George Farrar. A progressive, public affairs channel for the people of Jacksonville, Florida. View


PF copyProgress Florida: Founded in 2008, Progress Florida is a nonprofit organization promoting progressive values through online organizing, media outreach, and networking with Florida’s leading progressive organizations. Read


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