Kelly Gibbs



Setting it Straight: Sea Turtle Festival

Setting it Straight is a radio talk show on Flagler College Radio WFCF, 88.5 FM Radio With a Reason. Every week, Communication major Kelly Gibbs brings in a St. Augustine local to discuss issues going on around the city. The…


Setting it Straight: Saving the Right Whale

Setting it Straight is a radio talk show on Flagler College Radio WFCF, 88.5 FM Radio With a Reason. Every week, Communication major Kelly Gibbs brings in a St. Augustine local to discuss issues going on around the city. The…


Setting it Straight: On Biofuel

Setting it Straight is a radio talk show on Flagler College Radio WFCF, 88.5 FM Radio With a Reason. Every week, Communication major Kelly Gibbs brings in a St. Augustine local to discuss issues going on around the city. The…


Setting it Straight: New bike plan imminent in St. A

Setting it Straight is a radio talk show on Flagler College Radio WFCF, 88.5 FM Radio With a Reason. Every week, Communication major Kelly Gibbs brings in a St. Augustine local to discuss issues going on around the city. The show airs every Thursday morning at 8:30.

This week, Kelly Gibbs interviewed Marci Larson from the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization about new bike trails and feedback from the public concerning a safer way to get around on a bike.


Setting it Straight: Flagler Model UN and world events

Setting it Straight is a radio talk show on Flagler College Radio WFCF, 88.5 FM Radio With a Reason. Every week, Communication major Kelly Gibbs brings in a St. Augustine local to discuss issues going on around the city. The show airs every Thursday morning at 8:30.

During this show, Kelly Gibbs interviewed Flagler Model UN (United Nations) President Pat Ferguson about upcoming events with the club this semester and current world events.


Rhett’s Piano Bar brings it to St. Aug.

By Kelly Gibbs

Gin and tonic in hand, I felt like a queen sitting in the velvet booths at Rhett’s on Friday night.

The piano bar had its grand opening on Friday, October 29, and a nice crowd showed up to celebrate, most in full costume.