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Election Day; Socrates Cafe; White Harvest Farms; Jacksonville Jewish Center Cantor Concert

Claire Heddles
During a debate at Jacksonville's River Club on Friday, Democrat Tracye Polson said she does not supporting defunding the police.

Today’s local special election to replace the late Tommy Hazouri on the Jacksonville City Council is drawing statewide interest. The Republican Party has sent out robocalls from Gov. Ron DeSantis supporting Jacksonville City Council candidate Nick Howland and repeating Howland's misleading claim that opponent Tracye Polson wants to defund police. Polson has said these claims are false.


Socrates Café

Socrates Cafés are gatherings around the world where people from different backgrounds get together and exchange philosophical perspectives based on their experiences, using the version of the Socratic Method developed by founder Christopher Phillips. Phillips is coming to town for these events and to talk about his new book, "Soul Of Goodness."

Guest: Christopher Phillips, Socrates Cafe founder.

White Harvest Farms

White Harvest Farms is holding a special event this Saturday to celebrate not only Black History Month, but the history of southern cuisine, Eartha White and Moncrief Springs.

Guest: Mika Hardison, beekeeper at White Harvest Farms.

Jacksonville Jewish Center Cantor Concert

As seen on JAX PBS, Jewish sacred and secular music will be on a local stage featuring three rising stars of the American Jewish music scene.

Guest:  Cantor Jesse Holzer, of the Jacksonville Jewish Center.

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Patrick Cantin is joining WJCT from the University of North Florida as a news intern for the fall 2020 semester.