Join your host Wes Blackman for a special edition of High Noon in Lake Worth. Commissioner Andy Amoroso will start off the show by talking about the various holiday events around Lake Worth and other business that is coming before the City Commission. After about 20 minutes, Lake Worth resident and historian Ted Brownstein will be back as a gust to talk about his Pioneers of Jewell book signing event at the Lake Worth Library on December 12. We will also learn about his latest findings, including the newly located Jaega Burial Mound on the south side of town, Fannie's native American heritage (she was black, white and Indian), the need for historical markers for the Jameses, Dr. Stites, Squire Hoagland and other Jewell Pioneers, and the lessons we can learn from the Palm Beach Farms Co that apply today. We will close out the show with a special reading of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" as promotion for the Art at the Eco event this coming Saturday.