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Sunday, June 04, 2023

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Trekking to Jacksonville without a football ticket? Watch the game in these Jax hot spots

Since the 1950s, the Florida-Georgia game has been called the "World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party." Call it what you may, the UF vs. UGA game is a huge deal - an SEC rivalry on neutral Jacksonville turf, an unbelievable tailgate and a great game of football. However, not everyone can swing for the $40 ticket. But you can still enjoy the game (and the killer Jacksonville atmosphere) at any of these locations:

The Warehouse Restaurant & Lounge

The Warehouse Restaurant & Lounge: an unexpected diamond in the rough

The unexciting area of south Main Street mainly features run-down industrial buildings and grassy patches of bare land. However, nestled on the corner of SW Main Street and Sixth Street is a large hanger-like structure that hosts a hidden gem. The steel-paneled building blends so effortlessly into the scenery that the uninformed restaurant diner might miss the swanky establishment altogether. The Warehouse Restaurant & Lounge conceals a sophisticated array of cuisine that effectively entices those with keens eyes and empty stomachs.


Student DJ defies gender stereotypes

When Kayla Radics goes to work, she knows people will stare. She can feel the eyes sizing her up as she puts on her headphones and starts her computer. They’re locked on her every move, waiting for her to screw up or show weakness.

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Student loses everything in apartment fire

In those bleary-eyed minutes between 8:49 and 8:53 a.m., there was just an eerie calm. When I look back on it, I want to say I knew. I knew that those voices yelling outside were firemen’s, and my building was on fire; I knew that I grabbed all my belongings, including my cat, and heroically ran outside to help. It didn’t happen like that.

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