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San Marco - Jacksonville, Florida
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Avondale Neighborhood in Jacksonville Florida
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Boone Park Photo Gallery - Avondale
Boone park is located in Jacksonville's Avondale district. The land was donated to the city of Jacksonville by William E. Boone in 1926.

Memorial Park Field
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Riverside Park Photo Gallery
Photo gallery of Riverside park in Jacksonville, Florida, located at the corner of Park and Post St. near the Fuller-Warren bridge.

American Idol Auditions Photo Gallery
Nearly 11,000 Hollywood hopefuls turned out for American Idol's Season 8 Auditions at the Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville. Were you one of them? See if you can spot a familiar face in our American Idol Photo Gallery.

Clowning Around at the Ronald McDonald House
Send in the clowns! Kids and families got a zany treat when members of the South East Clown Association popped in for some classic clowning around at the Ronald McDonald House of Northeast Florida.

2008 AT&T Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament Photos
A 47.7-pound king mackerel sunk the competition at the 2008 AT&T Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament. See images from the 28th annual event that benefits Jacksonville Marine Charities.

Florida Theatre Photo Gallery
Take a pictoral tour of the lavish Florida Theatre, once the largest of Jacksonville's 1920s movie palaces, and one of just four remaining high-style movie theatres built in Florida during that period.

Hurricane Dora Hits Jacksonville
See images of the devastation left by 1964's Hurricane Dora, to date the only hurricane to make landfall in Jacksonville.

Hurricane Dora Hits Jacksonville
See images of the devastation left by 1964's Hurricane Dora, to date the only hurricane to make landfall in Jacksonville.

Jacksonville RollerGirls Images
Images of the Jacksonville RollerGirls in action, on and off the rink.

World of Nations Celebration
Take a global tour without ever leaving Jacksonville's city limits.

Downtown Jacksonville Image Gallery
Devan Stuart is a journalist, documentary producer and life-long Jacksonville, Fla. resident.

Preservation Project Jacksonville
Images of vast natural parklands part of Preservation Project Jacksonville.

Jacksonville FL Movie Theaters
Whether you're looking to catch the latest Summer blockbuster or the next award-winning independent film, Jacksonville FL has something for you. The city is home to a number of cinemas, including two locally owned movie theaters. Most theaters allow you to purchase tickets online or over the telephone, making it easy for you to avoid waiting in line at the box office.

Friendship Fountain Photo Gallery
Friendship Fountain opened in 1965 as the world's largest fountain. It re-opened in June 2011 after an 8-month renovation.

Hemming Plaza Photo Gallery
Hemming Plaza is Jacksonville's oldest park. It largely survived the Great Fire of 1901 and has hosted several notable speakers, including JFK, LBJ and Martin Luther King, Jr.

Treaty Oak Park Photo Gallery
Treaty Oak Park, also known as Jessie Ball duPont Park, is the original site of the Dixieland Amusement Park which opened in 1907. The 7 acre park is known for the sprawling Southern Oak in its center.

Five Points Photos
The historic Five Points district is located in Riverside.

Five Points Photos
The historic Five Points district is located in Riverside.

Brown Whatley Park Gallery
Brown Whatley Park is dedicated to the memory of Brown and Marion Whatley, notable Jacksonville residents who died in 1982.

Brown Whatley Park Gallery
Brown Whatley Park is dedicated to the memory of Brown and Marion Whatley, notable Jacksonville residents who died in 1982.

Three Layers Cafe Zen Garden
Three Layers, a cafe and coffee shop in Springfield, features an outdoor Zen Garden complete with a resident bunny named Bugsy.

Three Layers Cafe Zen Garden
Three Layers, a cafe and coffee shop in Springfield, features an outdoor Zen Garden complete with a resident bunny named Bugsy.

How Much are Jaguars Season Tickets?
The cheapest Jaguars season tickets are $330 and located in sections 432 and 441, in the upper-corners of the East upper deck. From there, tickets range from $410 to $995 for non-club seats, depending on the location.

What is the distance between Jacksonville and Atlanta?
How far is Jackonville from Atlanta? How long does it take to drive to Atlanta from Jacksonville? The About Jacksonville Guide answers reader submitted questions.

Aroma's Cigars, Wine & Martini Bar
Aroma's takes a new twist on the traditional cigar bar.

Peterbrooke Chocolatier
A growing Jacksonville-based confectionery whips up chocolate in the European tradition.

Bo's Coral Reef
Bo's Coral Reef made history as Duval County's first gay bar.

How to Register to Vote in Jacksonville - Duval County
Get active in local and national politics. The first step is registering to vote. Duval County in Jacksonville makes it easy for residents to register to vote.

Art Walk - Downtown Jacksonville’s First Wednesday Art Walk
Art Walk - Seven steps to help you make the most of Downtown Jacksonville's First Wednesday Art Walk

How to License Your Pet in Jacksonville
The city of Jacksonville requires all pets to be licensed and vaccinated for rabies annually. Getting your pet licensed will also help with recovery if your pet turns up missing. The annual fee is waived for seniors age 62 and older.

One Ocean Profile
Atlantic Beach's former Sea Turtle Inn has undergone a massive renovation and reemerged as One Ocean, Jacksonville and the Beaches'only full-service, oceanfront resort.

What is the crime rate in Jacksonville?
What is Jacksonville's crime rate? Is it on the rise, or on the decline? Let's take a look at the current crime rate compared to the past.

How many bridges are in Jacksonville FL?
From Erica in Jacksonville, FL:How many major bridges are there in Jacksonville and what are their names?Answer:There are eight major bridges in Jacksonville. Here is the list of them, in no particular order

Springfield Historic District - Jacksonville FL
Springfield was established in 1869, but didn't rise to prominence following the Great Fire of 1901, which wiped out much of Jacksonville. Following the catastrophe, Springfield experienced incredible growth. Springfield is currently in a revitalization phase. In 2010, Southern Living magazine named it the number one comeback neighborhood in the south.

Jacksonville Hotels and Resorts
Visiting the River City? From business-friendly, Downtown rooms to sprawling oceanfront resorts to tucked-away, romantic bed-and-breakfast inns, we've got your room ready and waiting for your arrival.

Volunteer Opportunities
If you're passionate about a particular cause, Jacksonville is sure to have an opportunity for you to contribute. Children, animals, the environment, medical research, the arts - whatever your interest, there's an organization that share's your passion.

Jacksonville Walking Tours
Put on your walking shoes, grab your camera and get ready to see Jacksonville like a local. Learn the histories of familiar sights, discover a delicious new diner, stop and shop at unique locally-owned boutiques, or just find a quiet spot to relax.

Who's Who in Jacksonville Government, Business and Media
Meet the movers and shakers in Jacksonville, including public officials, business leaders and members of the media.