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  • OMA opens ‘Scenes from Jesusland’

     
    This month the Orlando Museum of Art presents its New Work: A Series of Monthly Exhibitions of Contemporary Art series in a dedicated gallery. The series features artists from Florida and around the country, emphasizing art that explores new media,...
  • Holy Land Experience photos at Orlando Museum of Art

     
    Holy Land Experience alert: “Scenes from Jesusland,” photos from the Orlando attraction, are included in an exhibit at Orlando Museum of Art. Read more about it at our Arts & Letters blog....
  • Looking back (and ahead) at Holy Land Experience's 'free day'

    Looking back (and ahead) at Holy Land Experience's 'free day'
    Who doesn't love free stuff? I have a friend who once accepted free dog food -- and he doesn't even have a dog. (It's part of his hurricane survival kit now.) So who could blame folks for lining up early for the annual "free day" at Holy Land Experience?...
  • What's going up at Holy Land Experience?

    What's going up at Holy Land Experience?
    "What is that thing the Holy Land is building?" That's one of the year's most-asked questions, trailing only "When is the Wizarding World of Harry Potter opening?" Construction has been going on for a while, but once it started going vertical, it...
  • Bare facts on what the pope said about nudity

    Bare facts on what the pope said about nudity
    The pope comes out for nudity! Well, not exactly. Benedict XVI did praise Michelangelo's art for its luminous nudes, saying they showed the human spirit within. Still, the comments did raise eyebrows around the media. This all started last month, when...
  • Pastor accused of injuring, causing man's death

    A trial date of April 16 has been set in the civil suit against a former Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) pastor accused of injuring a 71-year-old man and causing his eventual death, according to court documents. Documents filed by an attorney for...
  • Best of the Orlando Fringe Festival

    Best of the Orlando Fringe Festival
    Here, alphabetically, are a dozen shows at this year's Orlando Fringe Festival heartily recommended by the Orlando Sentinel reviewing team: 'Anne Frank Superstar & Purpose of the Moon' One of the best things about Fringe is the way utterly unlikely...
  • Talking turkey at the theme parks: The legs, the legend

    Talking turkey at the theme parks: The legs, the legend
    From a safe distance at Disney's Animal Kingdom, I watched a momma and her three cubs snack on something fowl. They tore into the meat, chewing down to the bone, maneuvering around cartilage to get at every morsel. Nearby, the poppa removed the skin from...
  • ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ at Garden Theatre

     
    Here's a story I wrote for Thursday's Orlando Sentinel: The revived Garden Theatre reaches another milestone Friday night when it opens its first self-produced show, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s kid-friendly musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor...
  • Movie review: 'Religulous' -- 4 out of 5 stars

    Fearless as a fatwa and subtle as a Second Coming, Religulous is a revelation. For his documentary on the dangers of world religion, comic cultural gadfly Bill Maher traveled from the Holy Land to The Holy Land Experience, questioning true believers of...
  • Ned gets star status in Groening's new book, 'Flanders' Faith'

    The opening of The Simpsons ride at Universal Studios here and in Los Angeles is a vivid and cheerful reminder of the deep and enduring impact the long-running, award-winning television series continues to exert on American culture. Son Bart is a float in...