Weekend: Partly cloudy and hot Friday, high near 90, cloudy Saturday and Sunday, with increasing chance of rain toward Sunday, highs in the 80s, lows in the 70s throughout. Details here.
Today’s document from the National Archives and the Astronomy Picture of the Day.
Today’s tides: at the beaches, at the Intracoastal Waterway.
Drought Index is at 205.
The OED’s Word of the Day: jasper, n.3.
The Live Community Calendar
Today’s jail bookings.
Today’s Briefing: Quick Links
- First Light
- In Flagler and Palm Coast
- Flagler Jail Bookings and Sheriff’s Crime Reports
- In State Government
- In Coming Days in Flagler, Palm Coast and Beyond
- The Day’s Best Reads
- Editor’s Tweets
- Fact-Checking the Knaves
- Palm Coast Construction and Development
- Local Road and Interstate Construction
- Cultural Coda
Note: all government meetings noticed below are free and open to the public unless otherwise indicated. Many can be heard or seen live through each agency’s website.
The Sheriff’s daily incident reports and jail bookings are posted here.
Note: This is Banned Book Week. Read something daring. Defend freedom of expression.
Disaster Recovery: The Wickline Senior Center in Flagler Beach opens today and will remain open during business hours Friday and Saturday to enable residents to register with FEMA, and to register with local volunteers should residents need their houses cleaned of hurricane damage, flooding debris and the like. The Wickline Center is at 800 South Daytona Avenue.
On Free For All Fridays on WNZF, host David Ayres welcomes Flagler Beach City Manager Larry Newsom, City Commissioner Kim Carney, and Flagler County government spokesperson Julie Murphy to provide Hurricane Irma recovery updates, along with Realtor Toby Tobin and county government planning director Adam Mengle, who’ll speak about the county’s housing issues. The chamber of commerce’s new president is also scheduled to make an appearance. All subject to change, and all starting with a commentary by FlaglerLive Editor Pierre Tristam on the sham of Palm Coast’s charter review process. Just after 9 a.m.
Friday: Indivisible Flagler joins a demonstration, United Against Hate, Racism and Violence, scheduled for 6 p.m. at the corner of International Speedway and Beach Street, Daytona Beach.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Evita, the musical, at the Flagler Playhouse: Evita tells of the life of charismatic political leader Eva Peron, who became the second wife of 1950s Argentine President, Juan Peron. With powerful music by Andrew Lloyd Weber and lyrics by Tim Rice, this wonderful musical follows Evita’s early life, her rise to power, and her death at age 33. The show features that most magnificent showstopper, Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina. Friday and Saturday performances begin at 7:30 pm. Doors open at 7 pm. Sunday performance begins at 2 pm. Doors open at 1:30 pm. Tickets are $25. 301 E. Moody Blvd. Bunnell. Box Office: 386-586-0773 or see the website, www.flaglerplayhouse.com.
Friday: The Young Professional Group of Flagler County, an organization under the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce, hosts a Farm-to-Table Dinner, presented by the Florida Farm Bureau of Flagler County. Produce and proteins from our local farms will be artfully prepared by local chefs. The event will take place at WP Rawl & Jankowski Farms in Bunnell starting at 6:30 p.m. The event is a fundraiser for youth programs in Flagler County, divvied up between the YPG’s own Youth Leadership Flagler program, the local Future Farmers of America and 4-H Youth Development programs and the high school culinary programs. All are invited. Tickets are $100 per person. Price includes five-course meal, open bar and live entertainment. There are a limited number of seats being sold. Please register online at www.flaglerchamber.org.
Friday: MetCare’s Dancing through the Decades, a dinner dance to raise funds to benefit the Council on Aging (COA) and Volusia and Flagler County seniors served through programs including Meals on Wheels, Respite and COA Senior Activity Centers. Guests should dress representing their favorite music decade for even more fun. The Ocean Center will present an elegant buffet dinner, and there will be a free photo booth for quick photos. Free valet parking will make getting into the dance a breeze. Tickets are $25 per person; a table of eight can be reserved with full payment in advance. For more information or tickets, visit www.coavolusia.org or call 386-253-470, ext. 211.
Saturday: Free screening of “A Ballerina’s Tale,” the incredible rise of Misty Copeland, first black principal dancer of the American Ballet Theatre. The screening, by the Palm Coast Arts Foundation, is rescheduled to this date after its postponement during Hurricane Irma: At Pirates Theater at Matanzas High School, doors open at 11:30 a.m. Remember there are no tickets for this free screening, however, we are asking those who wish to attend to call and reserve a seat 386-225-4394 or email: [email protected]
Saturday: Native Plant ID Hike at Washington Oaks: Celebrate National Public Lands Day at Washington Oaks! Join us for a hike as we learn to identify the native plants which shaped the Old Florida landscape. Hike is included with park entry. Participants can meet in the Bella Vista Parking Lot. Please bring water and bug spray, and wear comfortable hiking shoes. Hike will be approximately 1.5-2 miles. 10 a.m., Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, 6400 North Oceanshore Blvd., Palm Coast.
Sunday: Annual Family Faith Fun Festival, 1 to 4 p.m. at St. Thomas Episcopal Church 5400 Belle Terre in Palm Coast. Games, prizes, raffles, a cakewalk, dunk tank, photo booth, food, face painting, music and more! Free event and open to the public of all faiths or no faith. See a video of last year’s event.
— CNN International (@cnni) September 21, 2017
UF TRUSTEES HOLD RETREAT: The University of Florida Board of Trustees is scheduled to continue a two-day retreat in Miami-Dade County. (Friday, 8 a.m., Hyatt Regency Coral Gables, 50 Alhambra Plaza, Coral Gables.)
FRESEN SENTENCED: Former state Rep. Erik Fresen, R-Miami, is scheduled to be sentenced in federal court after pleading guilty in April to a charge of failing to file a tax return in 2012. (Friday, 9 a.m., Wilkie D. Ferguson United States Courthouse, 400 North Miami Ave., Miami.)
RODRIGUES APPEARS AT TIGER BAY: House Majority Leader Ray Rodrigues, R-Estero, is slated to speak about medical marijuana during a meeting of the Tiger Bay Club of Southwest Florida. (Friday, noon, The Marina at Edison Ford, 2360 West First St., Fort Myers.)
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Fact Check: President Trump said "I don't benefit" from the Republican tax plan. That's false. https://t.co/BG8RNRWOuv
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 28, 2017
— Mother Jones (@MotherJones) September 29, 2017
Three major works were pulled from Guggenheim exhibit, “Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World.” https://t.co/O6jZkFcUE3
— Smithsonian Magazine (@SmithsonianMag) September 29, 2017
— Maria Popova (@brainpicker) September 28, 2017
Foucault on LSD https://t.co/zRgysassq7
— Arts & Letters Daily (@aldaily) September 28, 2017
Updates of ongoing permitting, construction and development projects in Palm Coast usually run here, along with a link to the city’s Week in Review. But the Week in Review, under the guise of being modernized, has become flashier and power-point like while becoming less substantive and dumbed down. We may or may not link to it in future.
Andras Schiff Performs All Six of Bach’s French Suites
- 14-Year-Old María Dueñas Fernández Performs Paganini’s Violin Concerto No. 1 at the 2017 Zhuhai International Competition
- Andras Schiff Performs the whole of Bach’s Overture in the French Style in B minor, BWV 831
- Alexander Dunn plays Studies by Fernando Sor
- Fandango, by Antonio Soler
- Frescobaldi: Toccata in G, Magdalena Baczewska, harpsichord
- Willie Nelson: Full Concert, Woodstock, 1999
- How playing an instrument benefits your brain
- Mozart’s Requiem: Camerata Salzburg, Arsys Bourgogne, Cond.
- Repairing Willie Nelson’s guitar
- 100 Year Old Self-Playing Violin
- Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Symphony B minor, Christophe Coin Ensemble Baroque, Limoges
- Wynton Marsalis Septet: Sunflowers (From The Marciac Suite Album)
- Nikolai Kedrov: Otche Nash (Our Father)
- Ludovico Einaudi, “Elegy for the Arctic”
- Black Violin at Apollo Amateur Night
- Bach’s Beer Bottles: The Art of Fugue, Contrapunctus 1
- Mozart’s Only String Trio, K563
- Sibelius’s Violin Concerto, Ida Haendel, Violin
- Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue: Marcus Roberts Trio, Seiji Ozawa, Cond. (2003)
- Wynton Marsalis takes the Horn Challenge
- Beethoven String Quartet No. 14 in C-sharp minor, Op. 131, Afiara Quartet
- K.D. Lang: The Mind of Love
- World’s Oldest Violin: Marco Rizzi Performs Schumann’s Sonata No. 2 on a 1566 Amati Violin
- Mark Knopfler on Guitars
- Bach’s Little Fugue in G minor, Performed by the Canadian Brass
- The Adventures of Henry Thoreau: A Young Man’s Unlikely Path to Walden Pond
- Macklemore Feat Skylar Grey: Glorious
- Edward Luce On the Retreat of Western Liberalism in the Trump Era
- Why Don’t All Instruments Sound The Same?
- Joachim Horsley’s “Beethoven in Havana”: What the Piano Can Do
- Bojan Cicic and Richard Egarr: Giovanni Carbonelli’s Violin Sonata No. 1
- Voyager: The 116 images NASA wants aliens to see
- Bohemian Rhapsody: Brooklyn Duo and Ft. Dover Quartet
- Down in the River to Pray: University of Texas Tuba/Euphonium Studio
- Brahms : Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, op. 25
- The Reluctant Fundamentalist: Mohsin Hamid in Conversation with Akhil Sharma
- “The Day After” (1983)
- Rui Arayama Performs Domenico Scarlatti’s Sonatas K.427 & K.455
- Villa-Lobos: Bachianas Brasileiras
- Angelina Jordan, 10 Years Old Norwegian, Sings the Blues: I Put A Spell On You
- Joseph Bodin de Boismortier (1689-1755), Concerto in B Minor for five Recorders Op. 15 Nr. 4, Abateva
- Introduction to Bullshit
- Alike: The Best Short Film Ever
- Fauré’s Requiem, Performed by the Ensemble Orchestral de Paris, Choeur Accentus
- Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 5, Reformation: Jérémie Rhorer Conducts the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra