On this week’s Friday Media Roundtable, we discussed some of the top stories in Northeast Florida, including:
- Fletcher High School has temporarily shut down due to spike in COVID-19 cases.
- Presidential candidates rallied separately in dueling town halls following the debate cancellation.
- Local congressional candidates debated the handling of the pandemic.
- The Museum of Science & History wants to build a new museum at the Northbank Shipyards.
- District 4 Congressional Debate: Deegan, Rutherford Weigh In On Handling Of Pandemic
- District 5 Congressional Forum: Adler, Lawson Have Different Outlooks On Minimum Wage
- Local, State And National 2020 Election News
Our guests were:
- Emily Bloch of the Florida Times-Union
- John Delaney, a former Jacksonville mayor and president emeritus of the University of North Florida
- Bill Bortzfield of WJCT News
- And writer Nikesha Williams
A Brush With Nature
This weekend, the Jacksonville Arboretum & Gardens and First Coast Plein Air Painters will host the 2020 “A Brush with Nature,” a Plein Air painting event. Participants will have the chance to interact with local artists while enjoying the arboretum.
Kevin Blalock, the arboretum’s board president, joined us with more.
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