On this episode of Hometown, Professional mermaid Beth Sullivan teaches kids to use their talents to impact the lives of others. Jacksonville designer Sally Keiser shares the story of her mobile fashion brand, Sally Ann. Gwynne Mims Minter shares the journey of her namesake salon, Gwynne Mims. And Christa Fatoumata (fah-two-mah-tah) Sylla (see-lah) is a Pan African Dance Instructor who …
David McFee tells the story of why he became a stay-at-home dad and the importance of support groups like Stay-at-Home Dads Northeast Florida.
Local farmer Scott Meyer works the land to grow rice, mayhaws, muscadines, and more.
Local artist Hiromi Moneyhun talks about her journey as a papercut artist.
Local students engage in the creation of video games in the Video Game Design program at Kirby Smith Middle School.
On this episode of Hometown, local students create video games in the Video Game Design program at Kirby Smith Middle School. Local artist Hiromi Moneyhun (here-row-me money-hun) talks about her journey as a papercut artist. Local farmer Scott Meyer works the land to grow rice, mayhaws, muscadines, and more at his farm, Congaree and Penn. And David McFee talks about …
Country singer/Songwriter, Kim Paige, performing on WJCT 89.9 ‘s First Coast Connect.
Jacksonville Beach native Annie Tuttle, shares the inspiration for her cold pressed juice shop, Watts Juicery.
Berry Good Farms teaches and employs individuals with intellectual disabilities while providing value to the community through the foods they grow and serve.
Sbraga & Company Pastry Chef Erika Weisflog discusses her journey into the world of sustainable baking.