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  • This week at theme parks: Phillip Phillips, Guess Who, Ashley Eckstein, Angry Birds

    This week at theme parks: Phillip Phillips, Guess Who, Ashley Eckstein, Angry Birds
    Music still dominates the special-event scene at Orlando's theme parks and attractions this week, but there's also some "Star Wars" and Angry Birds on the horizon. + Reigning "American Idol" winner Phillip Phillips performs at Universal's Mardi Gras...
  • Orlando Science Center: Salute to pi, start of 'Corrosion', end of 'Star Wars' with Ashley Eckstein

    Orlando Science Center: Salute to pi, start of 'Corrosion', end of 'Star Wars' with Ashley Eckstein
    It's a tripleheader of news related to the Orlando Science Center: + Thursday is Pi Day -- the whole 3.14 meets 3/14 thing, you know. The science center will mark the occasion with a pie walk (a variation on a cake walk); "crafty corner," devoted to...
  • This week at attractions: Halloween wrap-up, Atlantis moving day, Universal announcement, Neanderthal Ball

    This week at attractions: Halloween wrap-up, Atlantis moving day, Universal announcement, Neanderthal Ball
    It's an active week in Orlando theme parks and attractions, even though we're not in the eye of this hurricane. + Our long-lasting Halloween celebrations end, with the last evening of Universal's Halloween Horror Nights on Wednesday and the final Mickey'...
  • Orlando Science Center: 'Play' mastermind visits Saturday

    Orlando Science Center: 'Play' mastermind visits Saturday
    Nacho Rodriguez Bach, the man behind the "Play" exhibit currently showing at Orlando Science Center, will give a walkthrough of the exhibit during a visit at the science center on Saturday. Rodriguez, known as an electronic media artist, composer and...
  • This weekend at attractions: Christian music, Dapper Day, cocktails, cosmos

    This weekend at attractions: Christian music, Dapper Day, cocktails, cosmos
    It's a short workweek for many people, so the weekend is approaching faster than usual.  We're entering a busy time period at the theme parks, and even though we're not quite to Halloween season, there is an increase in special-event options this weekend....
  • Radio Disney to host party at Orlando Science Center

    Radio Disney to host party at Orlando Science Center
  • Field trip alternatives: the museum comes to you

     
    As school budgets get tighter and tighter, teachers are looking for ever more creative ways to do field trips with their students. The Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College, for example, will not only provide a free trip for a class, but pay for a ...
  • This week: ZZ Top, new Kennedy Space Center tour, Summer Nights at Busch Gardens

     
    Quick looks at the week's happenings at Central Florida theme parks and attractions: + At the Orange County Regional History Center, Mondays mean free admission for children age 12 and younger with one adult paid admission. (Four kids can get in free with...
  • This week: Miranda Cosgrove at Universal, Police tribute band at Epcot

     
    There are a few hot tickets this week at Orlando's theme parks and attractions. + Universal Studios wraps up its Summer Concert Series on Saturday with singer/actress Miranda Cosgrove. “It's going to be the first tour date of my little summer tour...
  • Orlando Science Center: $5 admission on April 15

     
    Admission to the Orlando Science Center will cost $5 per person on Sunday, April 15, down from the usual $17 general admission and $12 price for ages 3-11. It's the return of the occasional “Walmart $5 Day,” presented in partnership with the...
  • Students vie for top science prize

     
    Five of the top science students in Central Florida high schools will be going head to head this weekend in the 14th annual Dr. Nelson Ying Science Competition. During the event which runs from Friday through Sunday  the five will complete for a $5,000...