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Decades of TV Repair, from Yulee to Chicago

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Bill’s been in business 60 years. Jeff’s dad, also a TV repair man 60 years ago, died in 1973. When the artist visits McCormick’s TV Repair in Yulee, he feels he’s revisiting his childhood. Both men have kept up: Jeff through newer ideas of depictions of self, Bill through technological changes that have brought him third-gen customers.

A Hoho-the-Mistletoe JaxDiveBars Christmas Special: The A Tavern and the Island.

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1) Honorary JaxPsychoGeo bar scouts guide us into 40 years of nicotine patina in The A Tavern, where hangs a new skunk pelt and Liz plays Conway Twitty.


2) Oh by golly, it’s the bar in the supercomputerhouse. That first year, Viking Jeff drank more than 900 pitchers of Bud. A pool cue rests, from behind my back, on my left shoulder. “So Many Waves So Little Time.”