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Redux is a weekly newsmagazine from WJCT featuring stories from the First Coast, as well as music from WJCT After Hours programming.

Latest Episodes

REDUX: Duval Joining Education Suit; Discounted Wedding Dresses Til Labor Day

On this episode of Redux: The Duval County School Board votes to join a lawsuit against a controversial new state education law, while House Speaker Richard Corcoran criticizes the suit as a waste of money. What's the business case for a Confederate monument inventory in Jacksonville? Modern Cities co-founder Ennis Davis breaks it down in this week's "Business Brief." And bridal gowns are deeply discounted this weekend after a Jacksonville store suddenly shut down, leaving an Arlington landlord

10 MIN2017 SEP 2
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REDUX: Duval Joining Education Suit; Discounted Wedding Dresses Til Labor Day

REDUX: Confederate Monument Debate; Budget's Makin' Places - #51

On this week's Redux podcast: Northeast Florida listeners weigh in on the issue of Confederate monuments as Jacksonville's City Council president says let's take stock of what we have first. In Fernandina Beach, a post office is looking really good for its age. And what does "place making" mean and what are some examples in Mayor Curry's proposed budget?

13 MIN2017 AUG 26
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REDUX: Confederate Monument Debate; Budget's Makin' Places - #51

REDUX: Confederate Monument Fight; Driverless Cars; Surprised Teachers -- #50

On this episode of Redux: Jacksonville's City Council president wants Confederate monuments moved to museums, which has Mayor Lenny Curry worried about potential uprisings. Why 35 teachers were reassigned from Duval Schools three days before starting the new school year. Jacksonville is at the forefront of driverless public transportation planning. Plus a preview of this month's After Hours music programming with WJCT Music Director David Luckin.

13 MIN2017 AUG 18
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REDUX: Confederate Monument Fight; Driverless Cars; Surprised Teachers -- #50

REDUX: Millennials Reshape The 'Burbs, Jax Could Take On Big Pharma- #49

On this episode of Redux: The Florida Times-Union is being sold to GateHouse Media. Jacksonville may take on big pharma. Millennials are gravitating to older neighborhoods. And finally, meet Jacksonville Jaguars team barber, 27-year-old Eric Rivera.

12 MIN2017 AUG 12
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REDUX: Millennials Reshape The 'Burbs, Jax Could Take On Big Pharma- #49

REDUX: Tiny Town Might Disappear While Jax Arts District Is Being Born- #48

On this episode of Redux: While one small town in St. Johns County may evaporate, its big neighbor to the north, Jacksonville, is being touted as a "go-to" spot to visit. It even has plans for a walkable Arts District. Then we'll circle back to St. Johns County to tell you how the Woman's Exchange has been caring for a really old building in St. Augustine.

10 MIN2017 AUG 4
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REDUX: Tiny Town Might Disappear While Jax Arts District Is Being Born- #48

REDUX: School Funding Woes; Historic Hospital Gets New Life; Small Biz Help - #47

On this episode of Redux: A huge state education law is expected to create headaches for Duval County's worn-out school buildings. Over in LaVilla new tenants and renovations are coming to a historic African-American hospital. Plus, navigating a tangle of rules when you're trying to stand up a small business. And a musical performance by Crystal Garden.

13 MIN2017 JUL 28
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REDUX: School Funding Woes; Historic Hospital Gets New Life; Small Biz Help - #47

REDUX: Jacksonville Budget Gets Loose; Tiny House Cam; Gwen Graham -- #46

On this episode of Redux: A look at Mayor Lenny Curry's proposed budget, the first since 2011 with some "wiggle room" to spend on infrastructure and other big projects like getting downtown ready for developers who might want some waterfront property. Then, Democrat Gwen Graham swung through Jacksonville and picked up a couple of endorsements this week on her quest for the governor's mansion. A pilot program to help the homeless shows housing them first and providing other supports later is a

11 MIN2017 JUL 21
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REDUX:  Jacksonville Budget Gets Loose; Tiny House Cam; Gwen Graham -- #46

REDUX: Jaywalking Ticket Goes Viral; Dogs In Prison; Overland Bridge Almost Done -- #45

On this episode of Redux: "First Coast Connect" callers react to a viral video of a 21-year-old Jacksonville man's being cited by a police officer for jaywalking and not carrying a driver's license. A new UF Health Jacksonville initiative will target black churches to spread the gospel of healthy choices. Dogs that may have been headed for euthanasia at local shelters get a "new leash on life" after graduating from obedience training in a Jacksonville prison. And Ennis Davis of Modern Cities

12 MIN2017 JUL 14
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REDUX: Jaywalking Ticket Goes Viral; Dogs In Prison; Overland Bridge Almost Done -- #45

REDUX: Human Trafficking Signs; JEA Wants New Home; The Birds! -- #44

On this episode of Redux: Hotels and restaurants could be next, as a Jacksonville City Councilman wants to require human trafficking information in more types of businesses. Ennis Davis of Modern Cities tells WJCT News Director Jessica Palombo how a planned land swap could land JEA a new headquarters near the Duval County Courthouse and at the same time revitalize an area with lots of empty storefronts. Swarms of birds are converging on downtown Jacksonville every night at sunset, and people are

10 MIN2017 JUL 7
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REDUX: Human Trafficking Signs; JEA Wants New Home; The Birds! -- #44

REDUX: Death In St. Augustine; Don't Say Climate Change; 'Clicks To Bricks' -- #43

On this episode of Redux, we bring you an update on a 2010 case that was originally ruled a suicide but has since evolved into something altogether different. Here's the latest on the death of St. Augustine woman Michelle O'Connell from Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Walt Bogdanich. Then, St. Augustine Mayor Nancy Shaver has left no doubt where she stands on the impact of sea water rise in her area. But when it comes to using the term "global warming," that's another story. Find

17 MIN2017 JUN 30
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REDUX: Death In St. Augustine; Don't Say Climate Change; 'Clicks To Bricks' -- #43

Latest Episodes

REDUX: Duval Joining Education Suit; Discounted Wedding Dresses Til Labor Day

On this episode of Redux: The Duval County School Board votes to join a lawsuit against a controversial new state education law, while House Speaker Richard Corcoran criticizes the suit as a waste of money. What's the business case for a Confederate monument inventory in Jacksonville? Modern Cities co-founder Ennis Davis breaks it down in this week's "Business Brief." And bridal gowns are deeply discounted this weekend after a Jacksonville store suddenly shut down, leaving an Arlington landlord

10 MIN2017 SEP 2
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REDUX: Duval Joining Education Suit; Discounted Wedding Dresses Til Labor Day

REDUX: Confederate Monument Debate; Budget's Makin' Places - #51

On this week's Redux podcast: Northeast Florida listeners weigh in on the issue of Confederate monuments as Jacksonville's City Council president says let's take stock of what we have first. In Fernandina Beach, a post office is looking really good for its age. And what does "place making" mean and what are some examples in Mayor Curry's proposed budget?

13 MIN2017 AUG 26
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REDUX: Confederate Monument Debate; Budget's Makin' Places - #51

REDUX: Confederate Monument Fight; Driverless Cars; Surprised Teachers -- #50

On this episode of Redux: Jacksonville's City Council president wants Confederate monuments moved to museums, which has Mayor Lenny Curry worried about potential uprisings. Why 35 teachers were reassigned from Duval Schools three days before starting the new school year. Jacksonville is at the forefront of driverless public transportation planning. Plus a preview of this month's After Hours music programming with WJCT Music Director David Luckin.

13 MIN2017 AUG 18
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REDUX: Confederate Monument Fight; Driverless Cars; Surprised Teachers -- #50

REDUX: Millennials Reshape The 'Burbs, Jax Could Take On Big Pharma- #49

On this episode of Redux: The Florida Times-Union is being sold to GateHouse Media. Jacksonville may take on big pharma. Millennials are gravitating to older neighborhoods. And finally, meet Jacksonville Jaguars team barber, 27-year-old Eric Rivera.

12 MIN2017 AUG 12
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REDUX: Millennials Reshape The 'Burbs, Jax Could Take On Big Pharma- #49

REDUX: Tiny Town Might Disappear While Jax Arts District Is Being Born- #48

On this episode of Redux: While one small town in St. Johns County may evaporate, its big neighbor to the north, Jacksonville, is being touted as a "go-to" spot to visit. It even has plans for a walkable Arts District. Then we'll circle back to St. Johns County to tell you how the Woman's Exchange has been caring for a really old building in St. Augustine.

10 MIN2017 AUG 4
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REDUX: Tiny Town Might Disappear While Jax Arts District Is Being Born- #48

REDUX: School Funding Woes; Historic Hospital Gets New Life; Small Biz Help - #47

On this episode of Redux: A huge state education law is expected to create headaches for Duval County's worn-out school buildings. Over in LaVilla new tenants and renovations are coming to a historic African-American hospital. Plus, navigating a tangle of rules when you're trying to stand up a small business. And a musical performance by Crystal Garden.

13 MIN2017 JUL 28
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REDUX: School Funding Woes; Historic Hospital Gets New Life; Small Biz Help - #47

REDUX: Jacksonville Budget Gets Loose; Tiny House Cam; Gwen Graham -- #46

On this episode of Redux: A look at Mayor Lenny Curry's proposed budget, the first since 2011 with some "wiggle room" to spend on infrastructure and other big projects like getting downtown ready for developers who might want some waterfront property. Then, Democrat Gwen Graham swung through Jacksonville and picked up a couple of endorsements this week on her quest for the governor's mansion. A pilot program to help the homeless shows housing them first and providing other supports later is a

11 MIN2017 JUL 21
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REDUX:  Jacksonville Budget Gets Loose; Tiny House Cam; Gwen Graham -- #46

REDUX: Jaywalking Ticket Goes Viral; Dogs In Prison; Overland Bridge Almost Done -- #45

On this episode of Redux: "First Coast Connect" callers react to a viral video of a 21-year-old Jacksonville man's being cited by a police officer for jaywalking and not carrying a driver's license. A new UF Health Jacksonville initiative will target black churches to spread the gospel of healthy choices. Dogs that may have been headed for euthanasia at local shelters get a "new leash on life" after graduating from obedience training in a Jacksonville prison. And Ennis Davis of Modern Cities

12 MIN2017 JUL 14
Comments
REDUX: Jaywalking Ticket Goes Viral; Dogs In Prison; Overland Bridge Almost Done -- #45

REDUX: Human Trafficking Signs; JEA Wants New Home; The Birds! -- #44

On this episode of Redux: Hotels and restaurants could be next, as a Jacksonville City Councilman wants to require human trafficking information in more types of businesses. Ennis Davis of Modern Cities tells WJCT News Director Jessica Palombo how a planned land swap could land JEA a new headquarters near the Duval County Courthouse and at the same time revitalize an area with lots of empty storefronts. Swarms of birds are converging on downtown Jacksonville every night at sunset, and people are

10 MIN2017 JUL 7
Comments
REDUX: Human Trafficking Signs; JEA Wants New Home; The Birds! -- #44

REDUX: Death In St. Augustine; Don't Say Climate Change; 'Clicks To Bricks' -- #43

On this episode of Redux, we bring you an update on a 2010 case that was originally ruled a suicide but has since evolved into something altogether different. Here's the latest on the death of St. Augustine woman Michelle O'Connell from Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Walt Bogdanich. Then, St. Augustine Mayor Nancy Shaver has left no doubt where she stands on the impact of sea water rise in her area. But when it comes to using the term "global warming," that's another story. Find

17 MIN2017 JUN 30
Comments
REDUX: Death In St. Augustine; Don't Say Climate Change; 'Clicks To Bricks' -- #43
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