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An activist's arrest; Jan. 6, one year later; culinary trends; What's Good Wednesday

A sheriff's deputy handcuffs activist Ben Frazier.
Claire Heddles
A sheriff's deputy handcuffs activist Ben Frazier.

Local activist Ben Frazier of the Northside Coalition, along with some other activists, showed up at the Duval County Health Department on Tuesday, demanding to speak to the governor about his response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Frazier was arrested for trespassing. He joined us to discuss what happened in more detail and what comes next.

January 6th, one-year anniversary

Thursday, Jan. 6, marks the one-year anniversary of the deadly riot — and attempted insurrection — at the nation’s Capitol.

Claire Goforth, who has been covering the story for The Daily Dot, and Chris Hand, a government law attorney, founder/president of Hand Law, and author of two books about civics and government, joined us for a closer look.

Culinary trends for 2022

It’s a new year. So that means plenty of new trends in everything from fashion to food.

Lauren Titus, the editor-in-chief of Edible Northeast Florida, joined us for a look at what we may find ourselves eating this year.

What’s Good Wednesdays

It’s the first Wednesday of the new year, so that means it’s time for our look at what’s good. This week’s edition included good news from:

Heather Schatz can be reached at or on Twitter at @heatherschatz.

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Heather is the senior producer of WJCT 89.9 FM talk shows including First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, the Florida Roundup and What's Health Got to Do with It?
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