Arts & Culture

Peter Cunningham

From the New York Times comes the news that "Bottom Line" Nightclub founder dies at 70
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CBS,via Photofest

 The New York Times reports that Bonnie Franklin has died at 69. She was a staple of 70's and '80's TV playing harried divorcee Ann Romano in "One Day at a Time", which debuted in December 1975 and ran for nine seasons on CBS. It co-starred Valerie Bertinelli and Mackenzie Phillips as her two head-strong daughters.

WJCT Electro Lounge

Tonight at 9pm the Electro Lounge plays all the music that fits... 
Join us for a journey into the music at 9pm only on 89.9 FM

          A group of downtown Jacksonville business and community leaders are kicking off a project to enhance the north bank and south bank riverwalks on the St. Johns River.
       The Riverwalk Project will present its initiative during next month’s One Spark festival.
          The project will create an app and website that would stream information about health, the environment, arts and entertainment and Jacksonville’s history.


Loudon Wainwright III
With Tammerlin LIVE

Friday, March 01, 2013
Gates 7:00 p.m. | Starts 8:00 p.m.



The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, in collaboration with Players by the Sea,
presents Peter Shaffer’s Tony award-winning play, Amadeus.   

Sat., Mar. 2, 2013, at 8 p.m.
Sun., Mar. 3, 2013, at 3 p.m.

Learn more:

Click here to view the cover story in Folio Weekly 

Chin Chin Records/Anne Schnell

Over the years many of you have asked us, who is that late night sexy voice that anounces the After Hours & Electro Lounge programming? The Answer is Anne Schnell of Jojo Effect...  from Regensburg, Germany"

Phillips Records

When it comes to '60's  singers Dusty Springfield is usually near the top of most peoples list.
Find Out Why!

Ulrich Schnauss / Photo by Jason Evans

LISTEN TO:  Electro Lounge Favorite  Ulrich Schnauss' Full Brooding LP 'A Long Way to Fall' 
 Plus: an in-depth conversation with the German musician about his craft.

In its quest to become the world's most brutal, ugly and offensive death-metal act, a young band should ask itself three questions: "How fast can the drummer blast-beat?" "How many unspeakable acts can we cram into three minutes, lyrically speaking?" "Are the riffs-per-second an accurate measure of how brutal we truly are?" I'm only sort of kidding. These exercises in ridiculousness are par for the course, though their excess is not unrewarded. Enter Wormed.