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Spark Walk 2016 Sights & Scenes

Sights and scenes from Spark Walk 2016 in the heart of downtown Jacksonville

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Hal Holbrook at The Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts!

The Thrasher-Horne Center is proud to present one of the longest running shows in theatre history, Hal Holbrook's "Mark Twain Tonight!" on Friday, April 22 at 7:30 PM. With over 2,256 performances, this one man show is currently in its 62nd consecutive year. Join us after the jump to learn more about...

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Thrasher-Horne Welcomes Juno Nominee Florence K!

The Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts continues its groundbreaking inaugural season under new Executive Director Denton Yockey on April 15th, 2016 with a performance by Juno Award nominated singer-songwriter Florence K, touring in support of her most recent album, I'm Leaving You. Friday, April 15th,...

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Kimberly Daniels' shoes and other life tips

Much of what we hear about former Councilwoman Kimberly Daniels in the local media stream makes for snarky commentary. That doesn't mean she's easily dismissable. Other than running for a seat in the Florida House of Representatives, Daniels is a minister.

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Jax Documentary Film Festival: April 2016

Arash Kamiar interviews Elizabeth Lawrence and Ashley McLaughlin about the upcoming Jax Documentary Film Festival, scheduled for April 16 - 17, in Five Points! The two day event hosts dozens of documentary films, sourced from across the globe. Events kick off at the historic Sun-Ray Cinema and Raindogs...

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The Selected Films of Jax Documentary Film Festival

The Inaugural Jax Documentary Film Festival, scheduled for April 16 - 17, in Five Points! The two day event hosts dozens of documentary films, sourced from across the globe. Events kick off at the historic Sun-Ray Cinema and Raindogs on Park Street! Check out a list of selected films after the jump!

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Melissa Ross: Jax Documentary Film Festival

Melissa Ross interviews the founders of the Inaugural Jax Documentary Film Festival, scheduled for April 16 - 17, in Five Points! The two day event hosts dozens of documentary films, sourced from across the globe. Events kick off at the historic Sun-Ray Cinema and Raindogs on Park Street! Join Melissa...

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Symphony in 60: Join Courtney for Sibelius Performance!

What could be better than relaxing after a hectic day at the office with the Symphony and then meeting the talented and interesting people that perform the work? There’s a change in the Thursday after-work culture of downtown Jacksonville with the addition of Symphony in 60. The 60 minute concert...

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Prestigious Stein Prize Awarded to Jackie Saccoccio

Established in 2015 by Brooke and Hap Stein, the Stein Prize is given on an annual basis in recognition of an artist, chosen from one of MOCA’s self-curated exhibitions, whose work demonstrates a singular combination of talent, innovation, and promise. The first artist to receive the Stein Prize is...

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ABET Mounts Production of Tuna Does Vegas!

Cameron Pfahler previews the newest work from Atlantic Beach Experimental Theater (ABET). Allen Morton and Blake Michael Osner are the whirlwind duo portraying nearly 20 different characters on ABET’s stage, which switches between Tuna, Texas and the bright lights of Las Vegas. The latest theatre...

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