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December 6, 2009

■   Iraqi refugees find lack of help, support on First Coast -
When it comes down to it, Haitham Saleem doesn't really want to be here, doesn't want his life to be like this. He's glad to be safe, happy to no longer be in the war...

January 16, 2005

■   Adam's Mark fights an image: Problems from parking to a $2 million plumbing disaster plague the Super Bowl hotel -
As the Adam's Mark hotel continues to prep for its week in the Super Bowl spotlight, it has had to deal with behind-the-scenes issues -- including valet parking delays and room service snafus -- that...

June 7, 2004

■   Does Jacksonville have a cultural divide? -
When Ryan Buckley decided to start carrying the works of Jacksonville artist Reese Foret Verschueren at his San Marco gallery and frame shop, he figured he'd sell a few. He liked them, and, after only...

April 4, 2004

■   Technology Trends that are Changing Us Today -
We're living in the future. It might not be the future of George Jetson and Buck Rogers, of Star Wars and Star Trek, a future of flying cars and laser rifles. But our present isn't...

October 15, 2000

■   There's nothing funny about the comic book business -
Nobody wandered over to the comic section of the store. Perhaps surprisingly for a place named Comic Heaven, the thin trickle of customers roaming this Sunnyside shop Wednesday afternoon seem interested in anything but comics.

October 1, 2000

■   Lions and tigers and elephant-headed gods, oh my -
Alex Gonzalez pulled the sweatshirt over his head and turned around, displaying a bare back decorated in a mosaic of primary colors.

September 20, 2000

■   Peddling peaches -
Some of the homeward-bound commuters almost seemed afraid of Tony Burtin's hoarse shout.

August 8, 1999

■   A CENTURY OF LIVING: 'OLD AGE SHOULD BE SATURATED WITH DREAMS' -
ORANGE CITY -- They've grown old as the world waits to become young again.

May 2, 1999

■   SNAKES LEAD CHARMED LIVES -
DELTONA -- Snakes have belly buttons.

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This is a showcase of the work done by Timothy J. Gibbons during a journalism career now stretching back more than a decade.

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