Media roundtable; Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra; 'American Perspectives'
Today’s Media Roundtable discussed some of the top stories in the First Coast, including:
- Jacksonville forms a committee to study its trash pickup problems.
- St. Johns teachers say they are being forced to “out” LGBTQ+ students.
- Mayor Lenny Curry says the Berkman II will be imploded next month (really!).
- The Jaguars finally have a player in the hall of fame.
- Raymon Troncoso, WJCT News reporter.
- First Coast News’ Anne Schindler.
- Dan Scanlan, The Florida Times-Union.
- Writer Fred Matthews.
Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra welcomes Greg Zelek, principal organist of Madison Symphony Orchestra and curator of the Overture Concert Organ, for a special concert tomorrow at 7:30. We spoke to Greg earlier this week about his career and what patrons can expect from the show.
The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens has a new exhibition celebrating the diversity of the American experience by telling the stories of everyday Americans through the lens of self-taught artists. “American Perspectives” is on view until May 22.
Guest: Holly Keris, chief curator.