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From comics and movies to the campy Batman TV series of the 1960s, the history of superheroes will be on display beginning Saturday at Jacksonville’s Museum of Science and History.

Business Brief: Entertainment Boom A Sign Of A Healthy Jacksonville Economy

Sep 14, 2018
Cathey standing in front of "Smash" sign.
Karen Mathis / Jacksonville Daily Record

Northeast Florida is seeing a boom in new entertainment venues.

As Jacksonville Daily Record editor Karen Mathis tells WJCT’s Jessica Palombo, that’s a sign of a healthy economy.

Bill Bortzfield / WJCT News

Hemming Park in downtown Jacksonville is the site of the city’s first Hispanic Heritage Celebration this weekend.

Cher is one busy lady.

Bill Bortzfield / WJCT News

First Coast Connect is hitting the road for Friday morning’s episode.

City of Jacksonville

All of the rain in the forecast is expected to make for a wet Jazz Festival this weekend.

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Although it’s not officially part of this weekend’s Jacksonville Jazz Festival, The Landing has plenty of live  music planned for the holiday weekend.

Mark Wray / WJCT News

Whether your mom is into golf, funk or art, there’s plenty to do around the First Coast this weekend.

Provided by SMG

Elton John has announced his farewell tour, and the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena has made the list.

@SanMarcoTrain on Twitter

Recently a lively voice popped up on Jacksonville’s Twitter scene that takes potshots at politicians, sports figures, media folks, and yes,  the infamous San Marco train crossing.

TheBigTicketFest.com

The Big Ticket 2017 concert and festival scheduled for December 1 is being moved from Metropolitan Park to the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.

Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens

A wide variety of First Coast cultural and entertainment attractions are teaming up to offer kids free admission during the month of November.

NBC

A former Baker County Biology teacher is pursuing a singing career and he’s doing it on national TV.


Tinseltown Asks For Zoning Exception To Sell Beer, Wine And Liquor

Sep 20, 2017
Modern Cities

Cinemark USA has filed for a zoning exception (E-17-76) to permit the sale and service of all alcoholic beverages, including liquor, for on premise consumption in the lobby and the theaters of the Cinemark Tinseltown and XD Theater.

Nikeya Heath / WJCT News

The 35th annual Jacksonville Jazz Festival returns this weekend, running from Thursday through Memorial Day.

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