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  • Ripples from Gaza conflict felt by Central Floridians

    Ripples from Gaza conflict felt by Central Floridians
    Elana Goldstein, 18, went to Israel last month for what's called a "birthright trip": a subsidized visit available to anyone with at least one Jewish parent. She was greeted with air-raid sirens and exploding rockets. Another Central Florida woman,...
  • Orlando radio reporter jumps to TV

    Orlando radio reporter jumps to TV
    Jonathan Beaton is taking a big professional leap. The reporter for radio station WDBO, Orlando's News 96.5, is moving to television in West Palm Beach. His final day at WDBO is Sept. 5. He starts at WPEC, the CBS affiliate, on Sept. 8. Beaton began...
  • Season Preview 2014: Where to see dance in Orlando

    Season Preview 2014: Where to see dance in Orlando
    CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY DANCE The company holds performances at the John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 E. Rollins St., Orlando; Trinity Preparatory School, 5700 Trinity Prep Lane, Winter Park; and The Center for Contemporary Dance, 3580 Aloma...
  • Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra's 2014-15 season

    Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra's 2014-15 season
    The Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra's 58th concert season will open with an Oct. 12 concert featuring all four of the FSYO's ensembles. The show will be at 4 p.m. Oct. 12, a Sunday, at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center, 401 W. Livingston St., Orlando....
  • Developer converting historic church near Lake Eola into townhomes

    Developer converting historic church near Lake Eola into townhomes
    Orlando developer Mark Kinchla has started converting the former United Pentecostal Church in Lake Eola Heights into townhomes. Kinchla bought the church, 331 Cathcart Ave., for $562,500 in June from the Diocese of Orlando. The plan is to put five...
  • Orlando artists: New large-scale art needed for One Eleven building

     Orlando artists: New large-scale art needed for One Eleven building
    Talk about a captive — and expansive — audience. Lincoln Property Co. is seeking new artwork for its six-story murals on the One Eleven Building, a 31-story office, retail and residential high-rise overlooking Lake Eola in downtown Orlando....
  • Clueless about tech? Orlando Tech Week may be for you

    Clueless about tech? Orlando Tech Week may be for you
    Tech startup companies are popping up regularly in Orlando these days, but there’s still a feeling among some entrepreneurs that the broader business community isn’t as involved. A new effort called Orlando Tech Week, Sept. 27 to Oct. 3,...
  • Robinson Avenue along Lake Eola park to close Sunday for fun

    Mimicking a practice called ciclovia that started in Colombia and has spread across the globe, the state will close Robinson Avenue along Lake Eola park in downtown Orlando to cars and trucks for most of Sunday. The fourth-tenths of a mile stretch will...
  • Nice drop: Busch Gardens videos simulate new ride as if you were in Orlando, Miami

    Nice drop: Busch Gardens videos simulate new ride as if you were in Orlando, Miami
    Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is still working on their new 335-foot-tall Falcon's Fury to open at some point this spring, but to garner interest, the theme park put together a couple of videos to simulate what riding the drop ride would be like as if you...
  • Open house celebrates Orlando Shakes' 25th season: How far the troupe has come

    Open house celebrates Orlando Shakes' 25th season: How far the troupe has come
    These days, ringing cellphones create the biggest disturbance for theatergoers. But back in the pioneer days of Orlando's cultural development — well, the 1980s, Shakespeare lovers faced interruption by ambulance sirens, shouting in the streets,...
  • Sculpture hits downtown Orlando, with more to come

    Sculpture hits downtown Orlando, with more to come
    A mysterious, giant aluminum ball has appeared in downtown Orlando. Local officials aren't saying much, and they've tried to hide it behind a construction fence. But it won't be the last strange object to show up downtown. It's the first of eight large-...