First Donnie Jackson comes on to talk about his new album. Then Jan Smith and Randall Webster from the Tallahassee Community Chorus join us to talk about the the upcoming performance.
Domi Station is a non-profit startup incubator and co-working space that offers programs, resources, and events to help entrepreneurs start and scale sustainable companies. In April of this year, Antonio Montoya began his duties as Domi’s executive director. Antonio will talk with Brien about his view of Tallahassee’s business climate and what he hopes to see Domi achieve within the next five years.
The news of Tallahassee City Commissioner Scott Maddox facing federal charges received national attention this week. Indictments were filed against Mr. Maddox and Paige Carter-Smith in federal court on Wednesday. In our retrospective, we will hear from Tallahassee Democrat watchdog reporter Jeffrey Schweers when he talked with Brien back in May after having covered the ongoing FBI investigation for nearly a year.
First, Marilyn Proctor-Givens joins us to talk about teaching art at Lincoln High School for 33 years and her current exhibit at LaMoyne. Then Robert Clary, Tallahassee Fire Department, comes on to discuss fire safety during the holidays. Finally, Danny Bedrosian brings his Sum’n Fierce Band on to play a song.