Through her own unique vision, Jennifer Lail sees and paints things as they are.
Skate Videos motivate and inspire us. They help drive culture and push the sport (activity?) to new levels. But to bring any 30- to 45-minute visio…
A cerebral documentarian, artist Tony Rodrigues keeps his shoulder to the wheel, no matter the external circumstances.
Let's ring in the 2020 Atlantic storm season with a group show of surf snaps.
With Creativa Pasta Co., Maranda Spinweber makes contemporary noodles for modern times.
Crack open a cold J'Ville Lager and drink one for one of Jax Beach's most beloved craft taprooms.
Chef Tom Gray dig deep into his repertoire to unite two of his favorite flavors.
With "Leave Me In My Place" Sea Cycles offers a transcendental trip--a kind of vision quest through "Walden".
A radical studio visit with Radical Naturalist Jim Draper.
Teacher-printer-surboard-enthusiast Ryan Barber scored this vintage Dick Catri.
Little sleep and many, many new projects in 2020 for this community activist
With venues shuttered and tours ground to a halt, prolific Jax singer-songwriter rickoLus changed key and kept the song going.
With the profound "Making Great Lives Matter" Carl Joe Williams builds on the legacy of MOCA's Project Atrium.
Our winter issue is hitting the streets. Phew! We made it through 2020.
Lost Club's retro (but not cripplingly anachronistic) solo project maintains a partly cloudy atmosphere.
Spontaneity, ambiguity, and intention drive Tenny Rudolph’s timeless imagery
Jax-local and 90s skate icon is back in town for three nights of "Cooking With Clyde"
It’s a muggy evening in Northeast Florida and local surfer-shaper-musician Sean Piper is toiling away in the Ghetto Surfboards Factory. Piper’s cover…
Jacksonville-based Indie rock quartet Faze Wave has been teasing a follow-up to 2018's well-received Lethologica since late spring, leaking a smatterin…
For Northeast Florida's brew market, it's full speed ahead.
The Ellameno Beat's new tune is quite a departure. And surely a nice trip.
New Cummer exhibit puts Crystal Floyd, Lili Yuan, Dustin Harewood on the walls and on your tee.
Home is where you skate it.
With new sounds and plenty to say, Geexella returns to the mic.
Gibson deploys clean lines and a cheery late-60s/early 70s psychedelic-surf-era color palette to tackle taboo subjects like mental illness.