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April 12, 2011

On-campus organizations give UNF a green face-lift

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October 19, 2010

BY Emily Jensen Slough Reserve. Most of us walk around on it almost daily, surrounded by lush forests, clean air and a welcomed canopy of shade. The university’s administration is taking new initiatives to improve and maintain...

Concert Blog – Vampire Weekend

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October 17, 2010

Vampire Weekend must have had a lot of fun at the St. Augustine amphitheater Oct. 14 -- they made an impromptu appearance opening for The Flaming Lips the next night. Bitchin'. I'm jealous of every person who got to enjoy the bo...

Knights charge out of open tryouts confident with new players

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August 17, 2010

The Jacksonville Knights football team is excited about the outcome of the open tryouts they held July 31 at Plantation Park in Julington Creek, Fla., said Knights’ founder and Executive Director Jeremy McDonald. The Knights...

Alligator Farm houses alligators, other wildlife in personal biosphere

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October 13, 2009

The 1930s Spanish-style entrance alludes to the historic district of St. Augustine that hugs the north bank of the Matanzas River. But once guests buy their tickets ($21.95 for adults) and pass through the doors, 45 adult American...

Staff Blog: A day in an ancient city eating the cockroaches of the sea

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May 12, 2009

As hot as the Sahara, my sizzling flesh matched the brilliant red hues of over 20,000 pounds of crawfish –freshwater cockroaches, if you will – anticipating their consumption throughout the two-day event. Ironically, I th...

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