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Wednesday Briefing: Happy 60th, Interstates, Supremes Sans Scalia, Anaïs Nin’s Diary, Civil Rights

| June 29, 2016

Local happenings and events are taking a pre-Independence day breather, leaving you free to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Interstate highway system or listen to Anais Nin read from her diary or contemplate how far and how not so far civil rights have gone in the United States.

Tuesday Briefing: Palm Coast’s Garbage Contract, Golf Club Woes, Unhappy Evangelicals

| June 28, 2016

Palm Coast’s contract with Waste Pro for garbage disposal is nearing its term in 2017, the city’s troubled golf club’s future is discussed, Evangelicals think the country is no longer Christian.

Monday Briefing: Old Kings Road Extension Opening, Bunnell’s Special Events, Bimbo Campaigning, Zola on Reactionaries

| June 27, 2016

The Old Kings Road extension around Matanzas High School opens in a ceremony at 10 a.m., desperate Florida politicians are resorting to bimbo tactics to get elected, Bunnell revises its special-events ordinance.

Weekend Briefing: World’s Largest Swim Lesson, Lego Day, Donald Trump’s Only Honey, Affirmative Action

| June 24, 2016

Another attempt to be part of a world record at Frieda Zamba pool in Palm Coast, Lego Day at the county public library, Donald Trump’s honey, affirmative action wins a surprising one.

Thursday Briefing: Say It Ain’t Yes Brexit, Oliva at Breakfast, Another Farmer’s Market in Flagler Beach

| June 23, 2016

The Flagler Beach City Commission hears a request for a new farmer’s market at the south end of town, the school superintendent speaks to a chamber group, voters in Britain decide whether to stay in or get out of the European Union.

Wednesday Briefing: All Sheriff Candidates Face-Off, Hottest May, “White Trash,” Bleak Trump

| June 22, 2016

All nine candidates for sheriff are expected at a forum this evening at the Portuguese-American Club, May was the hottest month on record, as was April, as was… “White Trash,” a history of class in America, and Charles Dickens in 10 minutes.

Tuesday Briefing: Pot Citations, Food Truck Tuesday, Superintendent’s Evaluation, Sotomayor on Police Powers

| June 21, 2016

The committee responsible for preparing a proposed ordinance that would decriminalize pot possession in Flagler, in some cases, meets, the school board evaluates Superintendent Jacob Oliva, media consolidation and fragmentation.

Weekend Briefing: Pulse Vigil in Flagler Beach, Turtle Talk, ReVive at Calypso, Built Art at Salvo, Assault Weapons

| June 17, 2016

New art shows open at Salvo Art and Calypso galleries, a vigil and fund-raiser is held in Flagler Beach, a soldier ridicules the need for assault weapons for civilians, and to relax, Ben Webster and Oscar Peterson, together.

Thursday Briefing: Ex-Bunnell Cop in Plea Over Porn Charges, Obama in Orlando, Trump’s Fear Power

| June 16, 2016

Ex-Bunnell cop Michael Stavris was charged with computer porn and impersonating someone’s personal information online. The president visits families of the Orlando massacre. Trump thrives on fear. The commemoration of the 1960s’ mass arrest of rabbis in St. Augustine.

Wednesday Briefing: Muzzling Protest at GOP Convention, New Music Shop, Women Vets in St. Augustine, Schubert

| June 15, 2016

The ACLU sues the ridiculous restrictions on protesters on Cleveland streets around the GOP National Convention next month, women veterans are recognized in St. Augustine, a new music shop opens in Palm Coast’s City Marketplace.

Tuesday Briefing: “Religion and Partisan Politics Don’t Mix,” Traffic Lights, Medical Pot Webinar, Trump v. Post

| June 14, 2016

Bill Mefford of Americans United for Separation of Church and State leads a discussion at the African American Cultural Society, Palm Coast talks traffic signal optimization, the state health department holds a pot webinar.

Monday Briefing: We Love You Orlando, Heat Index Up to 107, Everyday Violence on LGBT

| June 13, 2016

Beyond Orlando, the extraordinarily commonplace violence against LGBT community in the United States, recapping a night’s horrors, Martin Amis on two Mohammeds, Faure’s Requiem.

Weekend Briefing: Beachcombing Basics, Retiring Kent Ryan, Trump in Tampa, Euro 2016, “The Minions”

| June 10, 2016

Daytona State College’s Kent Ryan talks about his retirement, a beachcombing special at Gamble Rogers, Euro 2016 kicks off, what being presidential really means, Mozart’s oboe.

Thursday Briefing: Gator’s Abbey, Fruits and Veggies at the Library, Begging Romney to Run, Mega Mecca

| June 9, 2016

The Flagler Beach City Commission honors Col. Jack Howell with a Purple Heart plaque, the Friends of the Library tell children a few things about fruit and veggies, The Weekly Standard begs Romney to run.

Wednesday Briefing: Court Hears Challenge to Open-Carry Ban, Underwater Surveillance, the 2008 Race Was Closer

| June 8, 2016

The Supreme Court hears a challenge to Florida’s open-carry ban, Obama-Clinton was closer than Clinton-Sanders, Mozart’s B-major concerto.

Tuesday Briefing: Pehota Back in Court, School Lunch Prices, Retiring Employees, European Village Revamp

| June 7, 2016

Anna Pehota, accused of killing her husband last year, is in court for a pre-trial, the school district recognizes its longest-serving employees and says farewell to its retiring ones, the Palm Coast council approves a new master plan for European Village, Paul Gaugin is 168.

Monday Briefing: Tropical Rains, Cottages at Princess Place, Library Expansion, Disney Cartoons

| June 6, 2016

The county commission finalizes plans for the controversial construction of cottages at Princess Place Preserve and continues talks about future library expansion as Tropical Storm Colin bears down. Also, how Disney cartoons were made.

Weekend Briefing: Golf Reopens in Flagler Beach, Synchro Belles’ Annual Show, Democratic Picnic, Chess Open

| June 3, 2016

Flagler Beach’s long dormant Ocean Palm Golf Course re-opens Saturday under new ownership, leased from the city, Flagler County’s Democratic Executive Committee holds a potluck picnic at Hershel King Park, and the weekend’s best reads.

Thursday Briefing: Sheriff’s Candidates in Action, Inspired Mic, Buchanan’s Heir, Sadism’s Anniversary

| June 2, 2016

Flagler Young Republicans host a forum for the six GOP sheriff candidates, the Inspired Mic has another night at the new Europa, Trump’s lineage back to Pat Buchanan, and Edward MacDowell.

Wednesday Briefing: Hurricane Season Starts, Palm Coast’s GOP Candidates, A Man Sentenced to Baptist Church

| June 1, 2016

The Flagler County Republican Club hosts a candidate forum for the GOP contestants in Palm Coast’s mayoral and council races, hurricane season is upon us, Island Grille celebrates its one-year anniversary, a Catholic man is sentenced to 12 Sundays in Baptist church.

Tuesday Briefing: PTSD Memorial at Heroes Park, Old Kings Traffic Light, Legacy Florida in Everglades

| May 31, 2016

You may finally be looking at a traffic light at Town Center Boulevard and Old Kings Road, you will be looking at a PTSD-suicide memorial at Heroes Park, and the latest analyses on the two most disliked people in America, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Memorial Weekend Briefing: Ceremonies from Veterans to Heroes Park, FPC Reunion, FBI’s Email Ploy, Sexist Canon

| May 27, 2016

Monday is dominated by Memorial Day ceremonies from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., FPC Class of 1996 have their 20-year reunion, the FBI wants to sneak into your email, thoughts on the sexist canon we still should read.

Thursday Briefing: FPC and Matanzas Graduation Ceremonies, McLaughlin Town Hall, Imagine’s Colleen Fonte

| May 26, 2016

FPC and Matanzas will both be holding graduation ceremonies at Daytona’s Ocean Center this afternoon and evening, Commissioner Nate McLaughlin holds a town hall meeting, Imagine School’s Colleen Fonte is a national winner.

Wednesday Briefing: Toby Tobin Talks Home Building, Michelle O’Connell Autopsy, Cornel West on Trump and Clinton

| May 25, 2016

Toby Tobin gives the county economic panel an update on Flagler construction, Cornel West goes off on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Pasco bans a book for middle schoolers.

Tuesday Briefing: Bring Your A Game Camp, Food Truck Tuesdays, Bernie Loses the Halo, Grandma in the Attic

| May 24, 2016

The Bring Your A Game summer camp is explained, Bernie takes flack from his own, what to do when Grandma moves into the attic, and the rescheduled Food Truck Tuesday.

Monday Briefing: Tasers for Bunnell Cops, Tim Tebow Hosts Best of Preps, Math Madness, Global Warming Madness

| May 23, 2016

The Bunnell City Commission needs to replace its cops’ 10 Tasers, Tim Tebow speaks at a banquet honoring athletes and fans in Daytona Beach, a frightening graphic display of global temperatures over the past 150 years.

Weekend Briefing: Choral Arts Society Concerts, Transparency at Salvo, Calypso Gallery Grand Opening

| May 20, 2016

“Transparency,” a new show opens at Salvo Art Project featuring Krystyna Spisak-Madejczyk, opens Saturday, the Choral Arts Society performs concerts Saturday and Sunday, Albrecht Durer is 545 years old.

Thursday Briefing: Fallen Officers Memorial, Biggest Candidate Forum Yet, Flagler Beach Montessori Lease

| May 19, 2016

The annual memorial commemorating Flagler County’s four fallen officers at 10 a.m., a candidate forum featuring school board, Palm Coast council and county commission candidates, the Flagler Beach City Commission takes on a montessori school’s lease.

Wednesday Briefing: Flagler Youth Orchestra’s Surprise Soloist, Seniors’ Baccalaureate, Landon Talks

| May 18, 2016

The Flagler Youth Orchestra performs the final concert of the season at the Flagler Auditorium this evening, Palm Coast City Manager talks of the city’s future, the poor can’t win in the court system.

Tuesday Briefing: Working-Group Pot, Food Truck Postponed, School Lunch Cost, Brown v. Board of Ed at 62

| May 17, 2016

A committee of local law enforcement, judicial and other government officials meets to develop a proposed pot-decriminalization ordinance, the Palm Coast City Council discusses a European Village revamp, the school board discusses raising school lunches by 25 cents.

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