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Weekend Briefing: Starlight Parade, Homeschooling, Handel’s Messiah, DSC Enrollment, Abortion and The Fire Next Time

| December 9, 2016

Another weekend of wall to wall activities with the Starlight Parade in Palm Coast, the search for intelligent life at City Rep Theatre, Handel’s Messiah, enrollment Saturday at DSC, and a lot more.

Thursday Briefing: John Lennon Re-Imagined at Salvo, Future Water Supply, Preparing for Flagler Beach’s Election

| December 8, 2016

“Imagine,” a show at Salvo Art Project tonight, features music performances and art works celebrating John Lennon, Palm Coast’s beautification committee talks water, Flagler Beach talks elections.

Wednesday Briefing: FPC Band and Chorus Festival, Jingle Ball Social, Pearl Harbor at 75, Ta-Nehisi Coates

| December 7, 2016

FPC’s band and chorus take the stage at the Flagler Auditorium, the Young Professionals take to the Island Grille for their holiday party, It’s Matanzas v. FPC in girls’ soccer, and a conversation with Ta-Nehisi Coates.

Tuesday Briefing: Rymfire Winter Concert, Matanzas v. Menendez, Palm Coast Redevelopment Plan

| December 6, 2016

The Palm Coast council this evening is set to approve bringing Wawa to State Road 100 as part of a redevelopment plan, Rymfire Elementary’s winter concert, a word from Reinhold Niebuhr.

Monday Briefing: Flagler’s Wild Tourism Spending, Fame, Between Trumpism and Islamism, Kundera

| December 5, 2016

New county commissioners will contend with expensive requests from the county’s tourism division, Fame: the Musical at the Flagler Auditorium, Slovakia-bound art and Milan Kundera words.

Weekend Briefing: Christmas Parade in Flagler Beach, Arts Foundation Takes the Stage in Town Center, Messiah and Candlelight

| December 2, 2016

An eventful weekend of Christmas performances all over the place, with the Flagler Beach Holiday Parade, the Palm Coast Arts Foundation’s afternoon celebration of its new stage on Town Center, performances of Handel’s Messiah, and plenty more.

Thursday Briefing: Fantasy Lights and Tree Lighting in Town Center, Vaccine Skeptics, That 60s Show, Flagler Audubon

| December 1, 2016

The Rotary Club’s annual Fantasy Lights displays in Palm Coast’s Town Center open just after the 6 p.m. tree-lighting ceremony, where Santa and the mayor make an appearance. Vaccine skeptics like Donald Trump. The 60s at the Auditorium.

Wednesday Briefing: End of Hurricane Season (Good Riddance), Matthew Pile Burns, Gun Violence

| November 30, 2016

The Palm Coast City Council goes on a field trip to its public works facility ahead of a workshop on the subject, the Public Service Commission discusses a settlement that would result in higher electric rates for FPL customers, Bob Graham at UF.

Tuesday Briefing: Palm Coast Council’s Public Works Field Trip, FPL Rates, “America: The Owner’s Manual”

| November 29, 2016

The Palm Coast City Council goes on a field trip to its public works facility ahead of a workshop on the subject, the Public Service Commission discusses a settlement that would result in higher electric rates for FPL customers, Bob Graham at UF.

Monday Briefing: Bunnell Commissioners Want Their Full Salaries Back, We Are the 99%, Rorty’s Suggestion to Lefties

| November 28, 2016

Two years ago the Bunnell Commission cut its own salaries by 10 percent, now it wants that 10 percent back. A relatively quiet day in local government, Richard Rorty on what the Left got right and how it could do better.

Flagler Beach Holiday at the Beach Parade Set for Saturday: Late Participants Welcome

| November 27, 2016

The Rotary Club of Flagler Beach is once again hosting the Holiday at the Beach parade this Saturday, Dec. 3, along resilient State Road A1A in the city and is welcoming last minute parade applicants this week. See the application below.

Weekend Briefing: Richard Schreiner at Salvo, The Rainmaker at City Rep, This and That at Calypso

| November 18, 2016

The late and very great Richard Schreiner’s works are revived at Salvo art gallery, Nash’s “Rainmaker” is staged all weekend at CRT, “This and That,” a new show at Calypso art gallery, and more.

Thursday Briefing: Flagler Connect Golf, 5 Students in Limbo, Josh Crews, Bob Dylan’s Nobel Snub

| November 17, 2016

The Flagler Chamber’s lagler Connect Golf Tournament, drug court, five students still in limbo after getting expelled from school two months ago, Bob Dylan will not go to his own Nobel Prize ceremony.

Wednesday Briefing: Flagler Youth Orchestra In Concert, Tattooing Pine Cone Drive, Deputies’ Fitness

| November 16, 2016

The Flagler Youth Orchestra’s 375 musicians are in concert at the Auditorium tonight, a tattoo parlor wants to open on Pine Cone Drive, a foot chase reveals deputies’ lack of fitness,

Tuesday Briefing: Palm Coast Swears In New Era, Food Truck Tuesday, Animal Control, Muslims in America

| November 15, 2016

It’s a swearing-in like no other at the Palm Coast City Council this morning as a small revolution upends the council, including its mayor, Food Truck Tuesday will benefit volunteer firefighters, what it’s like to be Muslim in America these days.

Monday Briefing: Huge SuperMoon, Flagler Wants Florida Forever Back, Marcia Fine’s Blind Eye, O Canada

| November 14, 2016

Tonight’s supermoon will be 16 percent bigger than usual, and the largest until 2034, the Land Acquisition Committee wants the Legislature to live up to voters’ mandate for more protection, hate assaults on the rise in the wake of Trump’s win.

Weekend Briefing: Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall, Freedom Fest at Airport, The Rainmaker, Fighting Demons and Mirrors, Bike Run

| November 11, 2016

A very busy weekend of activities from Freedom Fest at the airport to Veterans Day commemorations to both FPC and Matanzas drama clubs staging plays to a hypnosis show and a lot more.

Tuesday Briefing: It’s Election Day, Palm Coast Ends It With Holland Park Contractor, Job Fair, Pope’s Vote

| November 8, 2016

Get out and vote, polls open at 7 a.m., Palm Coast holds a special meeting to end it with the Gainesville contractor on the Holland Park job, the Canvassing Board meets three times, results posted starting at 7 p.m.

Monday Briefing: A1A Reopening, Diabetes Flag-Raising, Post-Hurricane Planning, Debris Pick-Up, Caro on Moses

| November 7, 2016

A1A reopens at the southern end of Flagler Beach, the county commission holds a Hurrricane Matthew post-mortem and looks ahead to recovery projects, 2nd-pass debris pick-up begins in Palm Coast, Robert Caro on Robert Moses.

Weekend Briefing: Last Days of Early Voting, Creekside Festival, Pellicer Creek Raid, Homecoming at Stetson

| November 4, 2016

Last weekend of early voting, Creekside Festival’s rescheduled days at Princess Place, the embattled Ag Museum’s Pellicer Creek Raid, $10 haircuts for a cause.

Thursday Briefing: African American Entrepreneurs Club, Farewell to Jon Netts, Rubio at Houligans, Canvassing Board

| November 3, 2016

The new African American Entrepreneurs Club meets, Palm Coast says goodbye to Jon Netts, Marco Rubio breaks his six-year indifference to Flagler with a campaign appearance at Houligans.

Wednesday Briefing: Live Bombing, Stagg Hearing II, Stetson Guitar Ensemble, Hulu on the Horizon, Palestrina Mass

| November 2, 2016

Some live bombing is scheduled he Pinecastle Range Complex in the Ocala National Forest from 8 a.m. to noon, the second part of Emergency Mnagement’s Jennifer Stagg’s firing hearing takes place this morning, Hulu is coming for your TV.

Tuesday Briefing: Mayors FĂȘte Netts, Mock Election in Schools, Palm Coast’s Garbage, Trump’s Tax Evasions

| November 1, 2016

Mock elections are held in Flagler schools in grades 4-8, the Palm Coast council adopts a new contract with Waste Pro for garbage disposal, the school board talks legislative priorities, Trump’s tax dodging.

Monday Briefing: Hall of Terror, Cheers for Mim Lique, Early Voting Week 2, Divided America In Pictures, Atheists and Elections

| October 31, 2016

Mim Lique, 81, oldest competitor in Sunday’s Pink Army 5K, won her age division, the Hall of Terror culminates on Halloween Night, Early Voting begins Week 2 through Saturday, and a D.H. Lawrence poem.

Weekend Briefing: 2 Beach Clean-Ups, Hall of Terror, Pink Army Run and Walk, Public Option Solution

| October 28, 2016

A weekend of beach cleanings in Flagler Beach and near Varn Park, of ghoulish Halloween terrors in Palm Coast, and more early voting, along with the wonderful S.L. Weiss and his lute.

Thursday Briefing: McLaughlin-Dance Town Hall, Meet the Managers, Crack’s Hold, Is the Race Tightening?

| October 27, 2016

Commissioner Nate McLaughlin and School Board member Andy Dance hold a town hall, the county’s city managers talk at the Hilton Garden Inn, Leary Brock describes cocaine’s hold, fall festival at Rymfire.

Wednesday Briefing: State Road A1A Open House, Early Voting, Rubio-Murphy Debate, Trump and Marx

| October 26, 2016

The open house at Flagler Beach’s City Hall will give the public a closer look at the A1A reconstruction project, Marco Rubio and Patrick Murphy have another televised debate, what Trump and Marx have in common.

Tuesday Briefing: Palm Coast Talks Garbage, Suppressing a DUI Test, Entrepreneur Night at Channel Side, Commission Forum

| October 25, 2016

Palm Coast prepares to approve the next five-year contract with Waste Pro, its garbage hauler, the man charged with killing Michelle Hunter Roberts on Belle Terre Parkway and Pine Grove wants his DUI test thrown out, pot legalization in California could blow open the door to more legalization.

Monday Briefing: Early Voting Begins, Judy Wormeck, 2016 Artist of the Year, Slow Death for Impact Fees in Bunnell

| October 24, 2016

Early voting begins in Flagler and across Florida, at three locations locally, the Bunnell Commission considers indefinitely extending a moratorium on Police, Fire, Parks and Recreation, and Transportation Impact Fees, Trump is in Tampa.

Weekend Briefing: Halloween Boo Bash, Haunted Trails, Ethics Commission, Toys for Tots, David Mamet

| October 21, 2016

Toys for Tots registration begins this weekend, the Halloween Boo Bash is at Belle Terre Park, Haunted Trails at the Agriculture Museum, Ivanka Trump and the signing of the Louisiana Purchase.



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