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Sex-ed vote; Christmas Villages; Andy Murray

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Heather Schatz
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Andy Murray is the author of Eat, Drink and Be Murray, a book of recipes

Duval Schools is set to vote on new sex ed curriculum Tuesday evening after Superintendent Diana Greene tossed out longstanding materials this year.

Critics of the plan fear throwing out the former curricula could undo the last decade’s progress in decreasing the rates of students who are sexually active and who experience sexual violence.

Guest: Jacksonville Today reporter Claire Heddles, who covers the School Board

Christmas Villages

Christmas Villages are popular seasonal displays in no small part because they have the qualities that make real neighborhoods and towns attractive: they’re dense and vibrant.

But it turns out, the very qualities that make them so appealing would be outlawed in the real world.

Guest: Bill Delaney, publisher at The Jaxson

Andy Murray

He grew up as one of nine children in a boisterous, loving and crowded household in Wilmette, Illinois. It was there that Andy Murray first began learning some of his treasured Murray family recipes.

Andy and his brothers went on to found the Murray Brothers Caddyshack Restaurants (along with his famous brother, the actor Bill Murray). Now, Andy's out with a new book, EAT, DRINK AND BE MURRAY – A Feast of Family Fun and Favorites.

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