The daily cartoon and live briefing: Friday, July 22, 2022

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In court: Kori Jones and Darius Watts, both now 17, who were both arrested when they were 15 and charged with armed robbery with home invasion, armed robbery, false imprisonment, aggravated assault and other counts, are being sentenced as adults this afternoon at 1:30 p.m. (Jones) and 3:30 a.m. (Watts) before Circuit Judge Terence Perkins at the Flagler County Courthouse. They risk 10 to 15 years in prison, followed by probation. Jones and Watts are currently in a Jacksonville jail, where they will continue to be until they turn 18, when they will be transferred to a state prison.

Free for every Friday with host David Ayres on WNZF, an hour-long public affairs radio show featuring local journalists, personalities, public health updates and the occasional surprise guest, and co-hosted by Brian McMillan (for a few more times). Today Ayres welcomes developers Ken Belshe and Jeff Douglas to talk about growth in the county, starting just after 9 a.m. with my comment, a plea against a second term for Joe Biden.

Keep in mind the Summer BreakSpot: Free meals for kids and teens, Monday through Friday: Flagler Schools and Café EDU are offering free meals to all children 18 and under this summer. It started on May 31 and will run until July 29. Meals must be consumed on site. No ID required. No request necessary. The Summer BreakSpot program, also known as the Summer Food Service Program, is federally funded through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and, in Florida, administered by the Department of Agriculture and Human Resources. Florida consumer services. Sites are run locally by non-profit organizations (sponsors) who provide meals and receive reimbursement from the USDA. For more information, please contact Café EDU at 386-437-7526 x1159, or by email [email protected] The free dining locations are:

Flagler-Palm Coast High School
5500 E. Highway 100, Palm Coast, FL 32164
Breakfast: 7:45 a.m.–8:30 a.m.
Lunch: 12:15–1:00 p.m.
Dates: May 31 to July 29, Monday to Friday.

housing authority
502 S. Bacher St., Bunnell, FL 32110
Breakfast: 9:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m.
Lunch: 11:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Dates: June 6 to July 29, Monday to Friday.

Notably : Who hasn’t been moved upside down, sideways and out of this world at the sight of an Alexander Calder sculpture? He was born on this day in 1898. Here is “Great Speed” in Grand Rapids, Michigan, photographed by Russell Skeet:

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On the latest episode of Eric Weinstein’s podcast, The Portal, an audience member asks German filmmaker Werner Herzog to recommend a book or two this generation needs to read. His response is brilliant: “I wouldn’t give you two books because you sit down and read them and think you’ve done it. You shouldn’t read two books, but 2,000 books.

–From Derek Beres “‘Read 2,000 Books’: Werner Herzog’s Advice on Reading,” August 7, 2019.

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