'The U.S. and the Holocaust'; First Coast Success; Symphony in 60; 'Play All Night!'
We spoke with filmmaker Lynn Novick about the PBS presentation "The U.S. and the Holocaust." She’s in town for an event hosted by The World Affairs Council of Jacksonville this evening.
John Aloszka, director of membership and communications with the council, joined us as well.
First Coast Success
For this month’s First Coast Success, Karen Mathis of the Jacksonville Daily Record spoke to fitness guru Craig Pepin-Donat about how he grew a national fitness empire from right here in Northeast Florida.
Symphony in 60
TheJacksonville Symphony will premiere this season's Symphony in 60 Series on Thursday, with an evening “At the Ballet.” Tony Nickle, vice president and artistic administrator for the Jacksonville Symphony, and Roberto Forleo, artistic director for The Florida Ballet, joined us with details.
Amelia Island Book Festival
TheAmelia Island Book Festival has its kickoff luncheon later this week, with a big slate of authors planned for the festival itself in February. We got this preview from festival president Paige Foery.
'Play All Night!: Duane Allman and the Journey to Fillmore East'
We also spoke with Bob Beatty about his new book, "Play All Night!: Duane Allman and the Journey to Fillmore East."