The Daily Cartoon and Live Briefing: Friday, October 28, 2022

Weather: Mostly cloudy. A small chance of a shower in the morning, a chance of a shower in the afternoon. 70s highlights. North wind 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 40 percent. Friday night: Mostly cloudy with a chance of a shower in the evening, then partly cloudy with a slight chance of a shower after midnight. Mid 60’s low. Northerly winds 10 to 15 mph, decreasing to about 5 mph after midnight. Chance of rain 30 percent.

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Today in the eyes of the editors:

Early voting and postal voting: The general election will be voted on, culminating in Election Day on November 8. View an example vote here. Early voting is available through November 5, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at four county locations, listed here. You can vote early in any of the four locations, regardless of your district location. To vote by post, you can request your ballot by post here. Due to the new law from the legislature, which limits the ease of voting, drop boxes are available, but only to a limited extent. The ballot box at the election office is checked by an employee from 60 days prior to the election up to and including election day. This dropbox is no longer available after office hours or on weekends, except during the early voting period. Other drop boxes will be available at early voting locations, but only during early voting days and only during voting hours. Ballot papers must be received at the polling station by 7pm on Election Day to be counted. If you return your ballot paper by post, please allow for a delivery time of at least ten days. A postmark does not extend this term. You can follow your vote here. All other questions about the election procedure can be answered on the Election Bureau website.

Free for all Fridays with host David Ayres, an hour-long radio show featuring local newsmakers, personalities, public health updates, and the occasional surprise guest, begins a little after 9 a.m. after FlaglerLive editor Pierre Tristam’s Reality Check. Today’s show features health department director Bob Snyder and others discussing new addiction treatment options at Flagler. View previous podcasts here. On WNZF at 94.9 FM and 1550 AM.

The Scenic A1A Pride Committee will meet at 9:00 AM at the Hammock Community Center, 79 Mala Compra Road, Palm Coast. The meetings are public. During this meeting, attorney Michael Chiumento will give a presentation on the proposed Solitude development.

The Blue 22 Forum, a discussion group hosted by local Democrats, will meet at the Palm Coast Community Center at 12:15 p.m. (Only on October 14, it will meet in the 2nd floor conference room in the Katz and Green Building, 1 Florida Park Drive, Palm Coast.) Come and add your voice to local, state and national political issues.

‘Charley’s Aunt’, at the City Repertory Theatre, at 7.30pm Friday October 28, Saturday October 29, Friday November 4 and Saturday, plus 3pm, Sunday October 30 and November 6. at CRT’s Black Box Theater at City Marketplace, 160 Cypress Point Parkway, Suite B207, Palm Coast. Tickets are $20 adults and $15, available online at crtpalmcoast.com or by calling 386-585-9415. Tickets are also available at the venue just before curtain time. The comedy challenged gender roles ahead of its time. Written by Liverpool-born British playwright and actor Brandon Thomas, the play premiered in England in 1892, breaking the then-current record for longest-running play worldwide, landing on Broadway in 1893 and later touring internationally. It has since been revived, as well as adapted for movies and musicals. Watch Rick de Yampert’s preview, “City Repertory Theater and Beau Wade Drag ‘Charley’s Aunt’ On the Stage.”

UCF’s ‘Working’ Theater, 7:30 PM at Main Stage Theater, 12700 Pegasus Drive, Building 6, Orlando. Tickets are $10 to $25. Book tickets here. In advanced societies, some jobs and the people who perform them are taken for granted, but in this 2012 remake of the 1977 classic, everyone has a powerful voice capable of shaking the core of our everyday lives. This version of Working features more contemporary pieces, including some written by Tony Award-winning Lin-Manuel Miranda, and 26 characters all looking for meaning, hope and truth in their relationship to their profession. Works contains strong language and adult content.

The next few days:

The Halloween Hall of Terror is back at Palm Coast Fire Station 21, Sundays from 7-9pm and Monday, October 31 from 7-10pm. faces Michael Myers as they make their way through scenes from the hit horror film franchise. All ages are welcome, but supervision is recommended for children 13 and under. Admission is free.

Halloween Scavenger Hunt in Flagler Beach, to take advantage of Christmas Come True and hosted by Flagler Strong, Saturday, October 29, 11am-3pm, $25 per adult, $5 per child under 12, tickets available here. On the day of the event, collect your ticket at the Flagler Strong booth of Flagler Beach Farmers Market, Wickline Park, 315 South 7th Street, Flagler Beach. You will receive a package of clues as you find the answers to your clues all over Flagler Beach. You take a picture of your group with the clue and send it to a specific number to collect your points. This is a fun event for families and groups of adults, you will spend the day exploring Flagler Beach and collecting goodies along with drink and food samples. All participants must be dressed up. Each team must have a mobile phone with photos and texting capabilities. You can walk or cycle, use golf carts or cars during the scavenger hunt or a combination of these.

FEMA Assistance Reminder: If you were affected by Hurricane Ian and you live in one of the 26 counties designated for disaster relief, including Flagler County, FEMA may be able to help you. To apply, you can visit a Disaster Recovery Center, go online to disasterassistance.gov, use the FEMA app on your smartphone, or call 800-621-3362. The line is open every day from 7am to 11pm

In particular: Praise be to folly: it is Erasmus’s birthday (1467). In revenge, Congress passed the Volstead Act in 1919, launching the ban. It ended under FDR in 1934. It started again under Nixon, with his still ongoing, even less successful, generally more racist and ever deadlier “war on drugs.”

Now this: Since it’s also Dennis Franz’s 78th:

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October 2022

pierre tristam on the radio wnzf

friday 28 oct

Free for all Fridays with host David Ayres on WNZF
scenic a1a logo

friday 28 oct

Scenic A1A Pride Meeting
palm coast democratic club

friday 28 oct

Blue 22 Forum

Palm Coast Community Center

aunt of charley

friday 28 oct

“Charley’s Aunt,” at the City Repertory Theater

City repertoire theater at City Marketplace

Saturday 29 Oct

Witches of Flagler Beach Bike Tour
flagler beach farmers market

Saturday 29 Oct

Flagler Beach Farmers Market

315 South 7th Street, Flagler Beach

grace community food pantry

Saturday 29 Oct

Grace Community Food Pantry on Education Way

Flagler School District Bus Depot

halloween scavenger hunt

Saturday 29 Oct

Halloween Scavenger Hunt in Flagler Beach

Saturday 29 Oct

The Northeast Florida Jazz Association

Museum of Art and Science

aunt of charley

Saturday 29 Oct

“Charley’s Aunt,” at the City Repertory Theater

City repertoire theater at City Marketplace

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“Just as nothing is more foolish than misguided wisdom, so nothing is more imprudent than perverse prudence. And surely it is perverse not to adapt to the prevailing circumstances, to refuse to ‘do as the Romans do’, to ignore the partygoer’s maxium ‘have a drink or say your goodbyes’, to insist insisting that the play should not be a play. True prudence, on the other hand, recognizes human limitations and does not seek to jump over them; it is willing to walk with the herd, tolerantly overlooking faults, or sharing them in a kind spirit. But, they say, that’s exactly what we mean by foolishness. (I will hardly deny it – as long as they will answer by admitting that this is exactly what it is to step up the game of life.)”

–From Erasmus’ Praise of Folly.

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