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Urban Mining

According to the EPA, electronic waste is the fastest growing type of waste in the country. Urban Mining helps to handle end-of-life electronics through either refurbishing or recycling used electronics – all with the goal of diverting these electronics and their components from area landfills.

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Dr. Quinones

One of America’s most notable neurosurgeons, Dr. Alfredo Quinones, talks about his unique and inspiring life story.

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Good Dough

Logan Moore and his wife had always wanted to start a business. After a visit to a local doughnut shop in Virginia, they decided to open Good Dough in San Marco. But neither of them had any experience in baking. They met Amanda Gibson and began a journey creating handmade artisan doughnuts for the community to enjoy.

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Hometown 604

On this episode of Hometown, handmade artisan doughnuts are on the menu at Jacksonville’s newest doughnut shop, Good Dough. One of America’s most notable neurosurgeons, Dr. Alfredo Quinones (KEEN-YO-NAYS), talks about his unique and inspiring life story. Recycling and refurbishing end-of-life electronics is the mission of Urban Mining. Local children with life-threatening enjoy a fun-filled event at the annual Dream …

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City Spending: Where Should Our Money Go?

Each quarter, the public is invited to submit questions on a new topic by email to communitythread@wjct.org or on Twitter using the hashtag #WJCTThread. Members of the public are also invited to attend the “Community Thread” TV show taping and ask questions directly to a panel of experts. Our news team will also sift through the questions and provide answers …

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Jacksonville Magazine Fashion Project

The Jacksonville Magazine Fashion Project is a fashion show conceived to showcase the best local talent in the fashion industry. The fashion Show is the culmination of a contest to select the best local designers and models. There is a long process of qualification to participate and the winners of both contest will be showcased in Jacksonville Magazine, giving these …