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French Canadian Bistro Opening In Riverside

Owners of the Full of Crepe Food Truck are opening French/Canadian-inspired brasserie that promises to elevate poutine and crepes in Jacksonville's burgeoning restaurant scene.

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Palms Hotel and Rooming House

This article by Dr. Tim Gilmore of jaxpsychogeo.com highlights the history of downtown Jacksonville's Palms Hotel.

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The Story of Jacksonville's West Lewisville

It's one of the oldest neighborhoods still standing in the heart of the city and it's probably a place you never heard of. Here's the story of West Lewisville, a historic African-American streetcar suburb that pre-dates the Great Fire of 1901.

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Orlando Ramen Bar Coming To Town Center

Popular ramen bar from Orlando expanding into new site under construction at the St Johns Town Center.

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Riverplace Blvd Ready For A New Look

A project to transform the Southbank's Riverplace Boulevard into a context sensitive street could be underway by the end of 2017. Here's a look at what's proposed for the Southbank's main thoroughfare.

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Kahwa Coffee expanding to Jacksonville's urban core?

St. Petersburg-based Kahwa Coffee Roasting Company appears poised to expand into Jacksonville's urban core.

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Tiny Home Community Being Revived In Springfield

Breathing new life into Dancy Terrace, a community of historically-significant, tiny homes in Springfield.

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Indoor Skydiving Center Coming To Jax?

Indoor skydiving company iFLY may be joining Topgolf near St Johns Town Center.

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Jax's Sprawl: A Century of a Spreading Population

Evan Halloran, a long time Jacksonville resident highlights the story behind Jacksonville's struggle with sprawl.

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Jacksonville's Architectural Milk Houses

The story behind what remains of Jacksonville's landmark Mid-Century Modern milk houses.

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