2/25/19: Adaptive Reuse; Inclusive Museums; First Coast Success; Cole Pepper
Supporters of what’s known as “adaptive reuse” say the city is acting recklessly by demolishing buildings without a plan for what will go in their place. A petition drive is now underway to keep the Jacksonville Landing in place and repurpose it into something else, rather than demolish it. Steve Williams, CEO of Harbringer Sign; and Rob Zinn, Principal Architect, the Office of Architecture and Design joined us with more.
- The Jaxson: Could A Renovated Landing Replicate Norfolk's Waterside Success?
First Coast Success
He’s branching out from the iconic European Street chain - to ice cream and candy. In today’s “First Coast Success,” Karen Mathis, Editor of the Jacksonville Daily Record, speaks to Andy Zarkas, owner of the European Street Cafes.
Last night, the Cummer Museum of Art & and Gardens hosted a sold-out talk on “The Inclusive Museum,” led by Johnnetta Cole, a Jacksonville native, Museum Director, Anthropologist, Educator, College President and author of “Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion in Museums.” She joined us, along with Dr. Adam Levine, the Cummer Museum’s George W. and Kathleen I. Gibbs Director & Chief Executive Officer, to discuss the topic in more detail.
The Jaguars and the rest of the NFL are heading to Indianapolis for the annual scouting combine this week. Cole Pepper joined us with more.