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A mother-daughter team helped turn a historic downtown building into a wild and playful restaurant for everyone to enjoy.
On the third Thursday of every month, Jaxon’s Night Market takes over a downtown park, and turns it into a lively town square.
Chartered before Florida became a state, the First Presbyterian Church of Jacksonville celebrates its 175th anniversary.
The Jessie Ball duPont Center brings the community and nonprofits together in a historic downtown building.
On this episode of Hometown, The Jessie Ball duPont Center, First Presbyterian Church, Volunteers in Medicine, Jaxson’s Night Market, and The Candy Apple Cafe.
On this episode of Hometown: M.C. Pressure, By Your Side Books, Dinosaurs Unearthed and Berry Good Farms
May 11 at 7PM on WJCT 89.9 FM
University of North Florida’s Interfaith Center aims to help students in voicing their values, engaging with others, and acting together.
Local artist Kate Rouh talks about her mosaic art and her newest project on the Southbank Riverwalk.