The Week In Web - Marriage Equality, Bike Sharing, Banned Books, Comic Crowdfunding
Marriage equality, banned books, bike sharing and Imperfect were among our top stories this week.
Here are the top stories on WJCTNews.org from July 14 - 19:
After Monroe County Ruling, Local Same-Sex Couple Request Marriage License - Local couple Aaron Talbot and Joel Adams went to the Duval County Clerk of Court’s Office on Friday to request a marriage license following a court decision the day before in Monroe County that found Florida's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.
Lit Hit List: The Controversial And Banned Books Of Duval County - Huckleberry Finn, Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret, and the entire Harry Potter collection are among the nearly 300 books that have been challenged in Duval County Public Schools due to questionable content.
Bike Sharing Comes To Downtown Jacksonville, Plans For Riverside In The Works - The Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront is now operating a bicycle rental service open to the public and plans are being made for a bike share system in Riverside as part of the 220 Riverside Project.
Al Letson Launches Crowdfunding For Comic Book Series - State of the Re:Union creator and host Al Letson has launched a crowdfunding campaign for his latest project; Imperfect: The Five Faces of Eve is a comic book series about a pubescent girl struggling with her development, including the development of extraordinary powers.