Folk & Hip Hop, Brown Saga Continues & Let The Games Begin — Episode 3

Sep 9, 2016

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Welcome to Redux, a podcast from WJCT News, featuring the best stories of the week and music from WJCT's After Hours programming. The podcast is hosted by Vince Kong.


EPISODE 3

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US Men's National Team Returns To Jacksonville

After a two-year absence, the United States Men’s National Team returned to EverBank Field.

Former U.S. soccer star Alexi Lalas was in studio to talk about the progression of American soccer and the sport's growing popularity in Jacksonville.

A rendition of the Jaguars new 6,000-seat amphitheater.
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Jacksonville Jaguars Break Ground On New Amphitheater

The Jacksonville Jaguars recently broke ground on a much-anticipated 6,000-seat amphitheater and released new renderings of the venue.

Jacksonville artist Mal Jones, left, and his 12-year-old apprentice Amari Murrell.
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Folklife Council Calls On Jacksonville Artist To Teach Younger Generation

The Florida Folklife Council has selected Jacksonville's Mal Jones to help continue Florida’s cultural folk-art traditions.

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Growing Population Needs New Development Strategy

Florida Regional Council’s Brian Teeple has talked about explosive commercial growth, particularly in St. Johns County. This week, Teeple said that kind of growth requires a shift in the way we build places to live, work and shop.

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Congresswoman Corrine Brown’s New Lawyer Gets First Day In Court

Recently ousted North Florida Congresswoman Corrine Brown appeared in a Jacksonville federal courtroom to update Judge James Klindt on what she’s done to establish stable representation in the fraud case against her.

Digital Content Editor Vince Kong can be reached at vkong@wjct.org, 904-358-6349 or on Twitter @teamvincek