11/30/15: Reverend R.L. Gundy; First Coast Success; 'Miracle On 34th Street'; Cole Pepper

Nov 30, 2015

Three years ago, Reverend R.L. Gundy of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church was a vocal opponent of updating Jacksonville’s anti-discrimination law to cover lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. 

But now, Gundy has changed his mind, saying it's time to "move the city forward." And he has joined a coalition of about 50 local faith leaders in support of updating the human rights ordinance.

We speak with Reverend R.L. Gundy about his change of position.


In this month's edition of First Coast Success, The Daily Record's Karen Brune Mathis interviews Dixie Egg Company CEO and restaurateur Jacques Klempf.

We preview the Amelia Community Theatre's production of "Miracle on 34th Street" with co-director Toni D'Amico.

And contributor Cole Pepper stops by with a look at the Jacksonville Jaguars' loss against the San Diego Chargers and other local sports news.

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