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  • Freebie Friday: Free stuff to do around town

    Freebie Friday: Free stuff to do around town
    Welcome to Freebie Friday, where everything here is free.   Freebie Spotlight Back to school block party   Orlando Fashion Square, 3201 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando,  will be giving away $20,000 cash in Back-to-School Bucks, starting Friday at...
  • Which Florida city ranked in the top 10 snobbiest cities in the U.S.?

    Which Florida city ranked in the top 10 snobbiest cities in the U.S.?
    Snobbishness comes in many different forms.  There are the rich and entitled snobs, the know-it-all snobs and fashion and beauty snobs -- those that constantly judge the appearance of others.  Then there are snobs of a particular niche -- wine snobs,...
  • Arvel Bird blends Native American and Scottish influences into music that is spiritual, emotional and fun

    Arvel Bird calls himself a "Celtic Indian" — he is of Southern Paiute heritage on his mother's side and Scottish on his father's. He plays fiddle and Native American flute in an unusual but highly effective celebration of both cultures that has been...
  • Roasting Ears of Corn Festival honors tradition

    It is said to be the longest-running American Indian gathering in Pennsylvania and it's getting so big it may have to move from its home at the Museum of Indian Culture in Salisbury TownshipLehigh Parkway. The 34th annual Roasting Ears of Corn...
  • Musikfest's founder takes a bow

    Musikfest founder Jeff Parks has a confession: He doesn't like crowds. But Parks, who has helped draw millions of people to Bethlehem, wore a big smile last week as he weaved his way through crowds at the annual free music festival. Making his way...
  • 'Big Women' exhibit opens at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts

    'Big Women' exhibit opens at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts
    MOUNT DORA — Ken Austin paints women doing ordinary things — fixing their hair, putting on makeup or just standing looking at themselves in a full-length mirror. Except they are all quite fleshy and naked. "Big Women," which opens at an...
  • Big weekend in store for the arts

    Big weekend in store for the arts
    Lake County is an artistic place. That's evident by the slew of choices facing residents looking for fun things to do this weekend. For starters, there's the 13th Florida Highwaymen Art Show, Sale and Benefit (story on this page). Want more? OK,...
  • Art school strategies differ but goal is same

    The fruit of the labors of summer art school students were on display in Putnam for First Friday. Students from the Summer Arts Academy performed a collaborative number inside the Putnam Congregational Church. Visual art students displayed their charcoal...
  • HOLA program offers youngsters a 'Bridge' to middle school

    Gathered around a rectangular table one recent morning, 11-year-olds Anahi Bailon, Jasmine Martinez and Rolland Pascual and 10-year-old Roselin Villa groan in unison over the same topic: moving up into middle school. "It's a new change. In elementary,...
  • Museum celebrates wild weather

    The old saying is a always appropriate in Hampton Roads: If you don't like the weather then wait 10 minutes, because it will change. But what happens when the weather turns foul? The Hampton History Museum is holding a family friendly event Aug. 9...
  • Steff Bomb and her awesome stuffed creations

    Steff Bomb and her awesome stuffed creations
    Steff Bomb go boom. That is, Stephanie Baum, the 31-year-old artist who became a staple of local craft shows for her eccentric, often bittersweet stuffed creations (made under the name Steff Bomb), has left Chicago. She moved to Los Angeles about a week...