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Jacksonville-area car shows and cruise-ins set for summer

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Second annual Hot Rods 4 Kids: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday at First United Methodist Church, 449644 US 301 in Callahan. Free for spectators and $20 per show vehicle, proceeds benefit the church youth ministry.

Ric Rausch Memorial/All-GM Reunion Show: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Gordon Chevrolet, open to General Motors cars. Free for spectators and $25 per show vehicle.

Memorial Day Tribute: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday at the Classic Car Museum of St. Augustine, 4730 U.S. 1 S./Dixie Highway South in St Augustine. The free show, presented with The American Military Historical Society, will have military vehicles, equipment and uniforms from multiple eras on display. Area classic cars are invited to attend. The museum will also be open via paid admission.

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Ugly Delicious creator and famend chef David Chang delivered one other Netflix Original travel doc series with 2019’s Breakfast, Lunch &‌ Dinner. That makes the four-episode sequence a breezy, simple watch, whether Chang is exploring the meals of Vancouver with Seth Rogen whereas Food & Cooking stoned or venturing to Cambodia with Kate McKinnon. Netflix’s tackle the elite cooking competitors series à la MasterChef and Iron Chef, The Final Table is straight-up not on the extent of the series from which it takes its inspiration.

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Major car shows have been struggling for years. But, COVID-19 may mean their ultimate demise.

"The auto show was certainly on life support already," said Jeff Schuster, lead auto analyst with consultancy LMC Automotive. "With the rolling cancellation of one show after another, the coronavirus may be speeding up their demise."
“The auto show was certainly on life support already,” said Jeff Schuster, lead auto analyst with consultancy LMC Automotive. “With the rolling cancellation of one show after another, the coronavirus may be speeding up their demise.”

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  • The coronavirus pandemic threatens the future of traditional car shows as attendance dwindles and sponsorship weakens.

  • Car shows face competition as automotive manufacturers turn to the internet and off-site media previews to debut new vehicles.

  • Experts don’t expect traditional car shows to disappear completely but suggested that car shows must innovate if they are to stay relevant.

  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Last week would have been a big week in Motown, the North American International Auto Show opening its doors to the public for the first time since abandoning its traditional winter timetable in January 2019.

The move aimed to revitalize what

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