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North Florida Market & Trends

As you may have heard, Jacksonville has been named the “number 2 city that Americans are moving to” (Forbes). I always seem hesitant to believe these kinds of proclamations, but this one, for certain, is truthful. 348 more words

Christine Herron

Understanding 101

Depending on how you look at it, being at the end of a long, unpaved, often pothole filled, dead end road can be very comforting (like, what bad guys would even want to drive down this?) or really creepy (if they do come they are highly motivated and wanting to avoid witnesses). 397 more words

Faith And Purpose


Nestled up in the northern corner of Florida, Tallahassee serves as Florida’s capital. This northern city is much different from south Florida. Tallahassee has more of a country-type atmosphere and is only an hour from the Florida-Georgia state line. 158 more words

North Florida Realness

North Florida Never Ceases to Surprise Me

If you’ve never visited anywhere but the coastal areas of Florida, you are seriously missing out. North Central Florida is a beautiful wonderland filled with wide open natural expanses, natural springs, and for the triathlete wonderfully maintained paved bike/running trails! 187 more words


Next year is the year for Lipscomb basketball

From a spectator’s perspective, April is the deadest month for college basketball. I should’ve thought about that when I was choosing a topic for my weekly blog.  272 more words

Interrogation—Jeff Newberry

Who: Jeff Newberry

What: Author of A STAIRWAY TO THE SEA (Pulpwood Press). He is the Poet in Residence at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Georgia, where he teaches in the Rural Studies program. 1,264 more words