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Jacksonville (Duval, Florida)

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  • Life in Fast Lane Long Before Ferrari Crash

    Life in Fast Lane Long Before Ferrari Crash
    UPPSALA, Sweden — Before he shattered a red Ferrari in Malibu and became grist for Internet legend, Bo Stefan Eriksson ran a criminal gang in Sweden, raced cars in Europe, skippered a yacht called Snow White and helped run a video game company...
  • Idol contestants in Miami: What we know

    ‘Idol’ contestants in Miami: What we know
    "American Idol" took a trip to Miami last week, and as we've come to expect, there was no shortage of untapped talent – or of total nutjobs. After a disturbing performance by meat market-worker/belching queen Shannon McGough, 25-year-old Robbie Carrico...
  • Tropical Storm Fay triggers more flooding in Florida

    Torrential rains from a slow-moving Tropical Storm Fay triggered a new round of flooding today, submerging roads and forcing dozens of people to flee the rising water in their homes. With Fay hugging Florida's northeast Atlantic coast, repeatedly lashing...
  • Tony nominee Daniel Breaker's big year

    Tony nominee Daniel Breaker's big year
    New York IN 2005 at the Sundance Theatre Lab, Daniel Breaker was perfunctorily reading a play in which he thought he was being offered a minor role, a character simply called Youth. But 20 pages into the quirky musical "Passing Strange," the actor was...
  • Black Kids are in good spirits

    Black Kids are in good spirits
    Before his band the Black Kids could exist, singer-guitarist Reggie Youngblood had to lighten up. He always had seen himself as a deadly serious pop artiste, a brooding lovesick Romeo on the mike. Paradoxically, there was plenty of subversive humor in...
  • Huckabee takes low-cost route in Florida

    While his Republican rivals fought hard in the week before today's primary, Mike Huckabee was forced to largely forgo this expensive battlefield. After his loss to Sen. John McCain in the South Carolina GOP primary Jan. 19, Huckabee arrived in Florida...
  • Pulpits ring with election messages

    On a day usually given over to reflection and introspection, millions of Americans attended church services Sunday that galvanized them politically and underscored the nation's divisions on the eve of a bitterly contested presidential election. From...
  • Ferrari Owner Had Other 'Crash'

    Stefan Eriksson had hoped that millions of video gamers would experience the thrill of street racing on a hand-held device he helped develop. But then Eriksson's $1-million Ferrari was totaled, an accident that gamers around the world may see as a cruel...