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Our various arts institutions do not survive on your admission fees alone. So they sell memberships, have fundraisers and solicit grants from organizations such as the United Arts of Central Florida, which hopes to raise $1.57 million from people like you...
The holidays and 2012 are faint memories, and the normal schedules of our monthly art events have resumed. Culture & Cocktails The Maitland Art Center will open two exhibits — "James Casey: Equine Sculpture" and "Selections from the Permanent...
In spite of some of the toughest fundraising years on record, our local arts institutions have managed to give us some great exhibits and activities for adults and families. You only have a few more days to increase their 2012 annual funding reports,...
The Orlando International Airport is loaded with museum-quality art, some so bright and imposing that you can't possibly miss them, and others so subtle you may have been there a hundred times and never noticed. "The Traveller" by Duane Hanson falls...
The season is kicking in now with some indoor/outdoor events that will occur monthly until our cooler weather ends in April. One such happening is the popular Culture & Cocktails series at the Maitland Art Center, which begins Friday, 6-9 p.m., with an...
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We have fine museums, art schools, annual outdoor festivals and other arts institutions. But as with any world-class arts town, the spirit of a place starts with its people. By attending any of our regular happenings, you can help create that great art-...
Central Florida's plan for a fast train has been praised as detailed, thorough and shovel-ready, meaning construction can start with little delay. In other words, a big reason we received the second-largest piece — $1.25 billion — of...
From the sultry flavors of Louisiana's Cajun kitchens to the bold tastes of Mexican cookery, 50 E. Central Ave. has transformed from the reliable Crooked Bayou to Chico's Dirty Tacos & Tequila Bar. The newcomer is not just another downtown Orlando taco...
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Animal Crazy - Orlando SentinelA great weekend is ahead for animals and those who love them. Here's another fun event. The SPCA of Central Florida shares this info: Join us on Saturday, Feb. 9, 9 a.m. to noon at Lake Eola in downtown Orlando. This fun family event will have...
Hispanosphere - Orlando SentinelSpanish-speaking motorcyclists can hit the streets with confidence. For the first time the Florida Safety Council is offering its Basic Motorcycle Rider Course in an entirely Spanish format. This Spanish-only course will be held on March 21 and 22 at...
Orlando Opinionators - Orlando SentinelMayor Dyer has consistently demonstrated strong leadership and equal opportunity in appointments of his management and staff. Throughout his tenure as mayor, he has been an advocate of diversity, and committed to all the citizens of the community. In...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — The business-backed Florida TaxWatch trotted out its list of “budget turkeys,” more commonly known as pork, in a report Friday that said the Legislature had spent $150 million on special projects at a time when they cut...
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