David Luckin

Music Director / Host, "Electro Lounge" & "Route 66"

David Luckin joined WJCT as a development producer in 2000, bringing with him 19 years’ experience as a Jacksonville news photographer and a lifelong passion for music. The New York native hosted his first local music program at Gainesville’s NPR affiliate while earning his degree at the University of Florida.

Shortly after joining WJCT, his drive to deejay resurfaced, and he conceived and developed "NightFlight," a weekly one-hour program that showcased the laid-back sounds of “downtempo” and “chillout.” Luckin’s program immediately developed an audience of loyal listeners. Within three years, he was on the air two hours a night, five nights a week with "Electro Lounge," a popular program of “music without walls” that attracts listeners around the world.

Married with two children, Luckin also enjoys films, vintage cars and the beach.

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STD’s are not new, in fact US Army medical records dating back to the Revolutionary War show just how significant soldier losses were due to venereal diseases. The incidents of VD during the Civil War over a two-year period show just how prevalent the problem was. The Union Army documented 100,000 cases of gonorrhea. During World War I, the Army lost 7 million person-days and discharged more than 10,000 men because they were sick from STDs. Once Penicillin was available in the mid-1940s, such infections were treatable.

David Luckin

We’ve created a handy guide to help you rescue your phone when you’ve smashed the screen or forgotten your password?

Dropped it down the toilet?

More reliable than sticking the phone in a box of uncooked rice is sealing it in an EVAP wet electronics rescue pouch. An indicator on the pouch will turn white when the phone is dry. $19.99, Kensington.com

David F. Smith/Associated Press

Jean Stapleton, the character actress who portrayed the long suffering wife of Archie Bunker died on Friday at her home in New York City. She was 90.


A just released, amazing film clip brings back to life the colorful life on the streets of New York City - from the summer of 1939, that's right you read right that's 1939.  The color footage, which comes from Romano-Archives and was recently released on the Web, is 74 years old.

David Luckin

No Plans? No Problem. Here Are 10 Things To Do In The Jacksonville Area.

1) Friday May 31 - One Performance Only -  The Rascals are back together again for the first time in 40 years in the critically acclaimed, Broadway show The Rascals: Once Upon A Dream at the Times-Union Center. The show features original band members Felix Cavaliere, Eddie Brigati, Dino Danelli & Gene Cornish.

100 years ago cities in America were vital and teeming with activity. Mass transit was an important mode of transportation.   Take a journey back in time and see what America looked like about a hundred years ago. From coast to coast, these pictures will transport you to another time.


The Jacksonville Jazz Festival is on and here's the rundown of all the Performers  and where they can be seen. Bring the sunscreen and enjoy some great live jazz.

David Luckin

If you love Jazz, this is your weekend with plenty of top notch Jazz performances in Downtown Jacksonville. But there are a good deal of things to do this weekend other than Jazz. Here are some suggestions. Have a safe Memorial Day Weekend and don't forget the sunscreen.

There are many organizations coordinating relief for the victims of the multiple tornadoes reported in Oklahoma.

The Oklahoma City Red Cross will open shelters as first responders assess damage. The organization says in the immediate aftermath, the best way to help is to donate at RedCross.org or text REDCROSS to 90999.

David Luckin

Don't have plans for the weekend, we have a few suggestions. Have a great weekend.

1) Friday May 17th,  Jacksonville Craft & Import Beer Festival is a one day event, at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. ULTRA VIP starts at 5pm, VIP starts at 6pm and general admission starts at 7pm, going until 10pm.


In an interview in June's Lucky Magazine, Christina Hendricks Of 'Mad Men' says she has a good deal in common with her character Joan Hollaway, at least when it comes to clothes.

Hendricks says that she's taken a page out her character's book by never dressing down when her husband, actor Geoffrey Arend, is around. She says about wearing sweat pants around the house, "I can't do that to my husband, not after just three years of marriage."

Dita Von Teese

The Toronto Star reports that burlesque icon and model Dita Von Teese is selling one of her classic cars, a fully-restored 1939 Packard 120 sedan.

Unfortunately, she is not offered with the car.

The bidding has reached $7,150, which is below the reserve price for the car, so you still have time to be the lucky winner of this classic automobile.

Jerry Brochstein (born in 1937)

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens Presents

Future Retro: The Great Age of the American Automobile

In 2008 a nest box was installed on the Time Square Building  in the heart of Downtown Rochester, New York and Archer and Beauty, Peregrine Falcons, claimed it. They raised two young eyases in 2010, both of which fledged successfully. Archer is also the grandson of Mariah and Kaver, thus ensuring the continuation of their legacy in Rochester.

David Luckin

On a Mother's Day Weekend there are lots of things to do.

1) Friday Musicale - Friday Musicale presents scholarship laureates in concert this week, May 10th.