Young Adult Panel; Print Publications; Riverside Arts Market; Bri the Sports Guy

May 14, 2020

 


On Thursday’s episode of First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, we discussed COVID-19, and the impact it’s having on you people's lives and their votes

Our Young Adult panel participants were:

  • Marisa, 20, no party affiliation 
  • Adam, 20, Republican 
  • Sarah, 22, Democrat 

Related: Local, State, And National Coronavirus Coverage

Print Publications

Folio Weekly stopped publication this month. Print publications have been seriously impacted by the COVID-19 shutdown. Matt Shaw, the editor at Void magazine, and a former Folio editor joined us to discuss how they have been adapting during the pandemic. 

 

Riverside Arts Market 

The Riverside Arts Market (RAM) is reopening virtually this weekend. The market will open online at 8 am on Saturday. John Silveira of RAM joined us with more details on the event. 

 

Bri The Sports Guy 

Mike Mountan and his son Brian run a podcast called “Bri the Sports Guy.” The two started the sports podcast to show how people with autism can use their special talents. Brian is autistic and has an incredible memory for sports history and statistics. They joined us with more information. 

 

Sarah Glenn can be reached at newsteam@wjct.org, 904-358-6317