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Get a “first look” at what's going on in Jacksonville.
This year’s Downtown Fourth of July celebration and fireworks display is on the actual anniversary, Saturday July 4, 2015.
Walk into Downtown Jacksonville’s Merrill House and step back in time to the year 1903
If the Riverside neighborhood of Jacksonville had a greeting card, the Riverdale Inn would be on the cover
The local historical societies celebrate the holidays and offer fun activities. It is also a chance to buy unique gifts for history buffs.
We call it the “First Coast”, home of the first European settlements and a region steeped in history.
Like every city in Florida, Jacksonville can get HOT.
From down home fish camps by the sea to trendy gastropubs in hip neighborhoods, you’re sure to find a delightful meal in any corner of the city.
Jacksonville’s destination hotels offer so much more than an airport-adjacent location and elaborate corporate meeting space.
Nothing beats the weather and nothing beats being outdoors in Jacksonville
ven when the Jaguars aren’t playing football, you can still have a ball with colleagues and clients at EverBank Field by holding a Super Bowl-caliber meeting or event at the stadium.
The days are growing shorter, but the party is far from over in Jacksonville
The notion of team-building exercises evokes visions of casual Fridays, caffeinated employees trying desperately to summon the right motivational quip, and lunch on the house.
A terrarium is an apt metaphor for what’s happening in Hemming Park.
Sometimes art wants to be set free. That’s the idea behind the worldwide Outings project, initiated by French visual artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca.
Visit MOCA Jacksonville for a self-curated exhibition “Southern Exposure: Portraits of a Changing Landscape”.
When you think about what’s happening under a bridge, storybook scenes of trolls might come to mind—or perhaps more sobering visions of seedier activity.
Angela Strassheim creates images that are more like paintings than photographs. “I don’t take pictures. I make photographs,” Strassheim said. “Everything in a photograph is there because I decided it would be there.”