Radioactive waste paving; celebrity basketball; Florida Theatre; summer movies
Roads in Florida could one day be paved with radioactive waste. A controversial new law allows the state's transportation agency to study the possibility of converting radioactive waste material into a paving surface.
Jason Garcia, an investigative journalist in Orlando and the publisher of Seeking Rents on Substack, has been covering the story. He told us more.
The I'm A Star Foundation will have its Jacksonville HELPS celebrity basketball game on July 22. Local celebrities will take on high school all-stars to raise money for homeless students in Duval County Public Schools. Jordan Sanders and Damaya Dukes, student co-chairs of the event, were here with details.
The good news? The historic Florida Theatre was ranked as one of the world's most-attended for the first half of 2023. The bad news? It's closed for renovations through October.
Numa Saisselin explained how you can still support the theater during its facelift.
Summer movie season is now in full swing. But, are some of the season's most-buzzed-about flicks worth the hype?
Fortunately, Catalina Selvagn, our entertainment contributor, has agreed to watch and review them to help us decide whether to stay home ... or go to the movies. Up first: "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny."