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Riverfront Plaza development; Sèvis Finansye Fonkoze; The Golden Way; Cre8Jax

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Rock 'Em Socks
If Rock 'Em Socks sells $17.9 million worth of its Jacksonville sculpture socks, it's pledging to "foot" the bill for a giant Downtown Jacksonville sock statue.

A Texas firm, Perkins & Will, has landed the bid to mold the future of the former Jacksonville Landing location. Riverfront Plaza will soon become a new downtown park. The main attraction is a 151-foot-tall stainless steel sculpture that reads “Jax.” There are others who disagree as it’s sparked a conversation on social media that it says “lerp.”

Guest: Bill Delaney, The Jaxon.

Sèvis Finansye Fonkoze

Microfinance is lifting people out of poverty in Haiti. This weekend in Jacksonville, Riverside Presbyterian Church is hosting two opportunities to learn more about the country’s leading microfinance organization, Sèvis Finansye Fonkoze.


  • Marie Claire Dorcely, chief administrative officer of Sèvis Finansye Fonkoze in Haiti.
  • Breanna Sooter, director of communication for Riverside Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville’s Five Points Neighborhood

The Golden Way

The Golden Way, an initiative of Compassionate St. Augustine and the St. Augustine Film Society, is holding a three-evening event on how to help the houseless population in St. Augustine and St. Johns County. Tonight, they’ll be showing films on the impact of homelessness.

Guest: Ruth Hope, event organizer.


Cre8Jax has been photographing Jax events and the people who attend them for years. The organization also puts together a list of the best events and places to check out and shares them online.

Guest: Catalina Selvagn, local multimedia personality

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