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  • Larry King returns -- on stage, not TV -- for cash-short FCLO Music Theatre

     
    If anyone out there is suffering withdrawal symptoms after a month without a daily fix of Larry King's voice and visage on the tube, relief is on the way -- not just for you, but for the financially beleaguered FCLO......
  • ISRAEL: Sonia Peres, wife of President Shimon Peres, dies at 87

     
    The security guard downstairs noticed she hadn't come down to pick up the newspapers Thursday morning, but didn't want to violate her privacy by going up. A grandson who stopped by to visit later learned why. Sonia Peres, 87, had......
  • Weekly books roundup

     
    Tod Caviness here, wondering how so much money went into something called a “vook” without anyone cracking up at the name during a meeting. - Winter with the Writers kicks off big this week with a master class and reading from Jim Shepard....
  • Art review: Mike Kelley at Gagosian Gallery

     
    Sigmund Freud meets Scheherazade in the Fortress of Solitude, all under the watchful eye of Col. Sanders in a finger-lickin' good body of work Mike Kelley began to make in 2007. Elements of the sculptures, videos and environments even circle......
  • > Photos: Gov. Scott, U.S. Army honor Medal recipient

     
    Florida governor Rick Scott, accompanied by  First Lady Ann Scott, attended the Medal of Honor Headstone Dedication Ceremony honoring U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Robert J. Miller, in Casselberry, Saturday. Miller, of Oviedo, was killed in action in...
  • Shaken, stirred, etc.: martini recipes through the years

     
    “It is certainly more of a broad concept than a specific recipe,” writes Jason Wilson of the martini in “Boozehound: On the Trail of the Rare, the Obscure, and the Overrated in Spirits,” “but the one constant must be gin and...
  • Resolute Republicans to go after D.C.'s gays, symbolically

     
    Ultra-conservatives in Congress have done themselves one better this week, having found an even easier target for their homophobia than gay voters: gays who don't have a voting representative in Congress. Some in the GOP want to bar gay marriage......
  • Ed Harris, Chris Pine among Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle's nominees for 2010

     
    The Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle announced its nominations for the 2010 season on Tuesday. The Antaeus Company's production of Shakespeare's "King Lear" topped the list with five nominations, while Rogue Machine's "Four Places," Actors Co-op's "Wit,"...
  • Make a 1 minute video about Central Fla. history, get it into the Fla. Film Festival

     
    The Orange County History Center is celebrating its tenth anniversary in the old courthouse downtown by sponsoring a short video contest in conjunction with the Florida Film Festival's 20th anniversary. The catch is, it needs to relate to the Center's...
  • Ashley Force Hood says she's pregnant, will miss NHRA drag-racing season

     
    Ashley Force Hood, daughter of funny car legend John Force and herself one of drag racing's most popular drivers, said Tuesday she's pregnant and will miss this year's NHRA season. Force Hood, 28, is married to Dan Hood, a crew......
  • Orlando Shakespeare Theater 2011-12 season

     
    Can you believe Orlando Shakespeare Theater has never produced an Oscar Wilde play? Well, it will for the upcoming season, which also sees the return of two Shakespeare productions running in repertory. “Cymbeline,” which was announced for the...