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  • Orlando Science Center: $5 admission day is Sunday

    Orlando Science Center: $5 admission day is Sunday
    Admission to Orlando Science Center will be $5 on Sunday, March 2. All of the museum's usual offerings -- exhibits, programs and 3-D films -- will be available. Usual admission is $19 ($13 for ages 3-11).  Operating hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Current...
  • Summer camp signups: Yeah, it's barely March, but it's time

    Summer camp signups: Yeah, it's barely March, but it's time
    If you're like me, you may still be dealing with plans for Spring Break and spring sports and spring schedules. But pick up the pace (that's my advice to myself) because it's summer camp sign-up time, never mind if actual summer is months away. Some...
  • This weekend: Bands, Brew at SeaWorld, Polar Plunge at Aquatica, buckyballs at science center, free admission at Bok, more

    This weekend: Bands, Brew at SeaWorld, Polar Plunge at Aquatica, buckyballs at science center, free admission at Bok, more
    Let's go ahead and use positive thinking and assuming that the weather is about to get better. Here are some happenings at area theme parks and attractions to take in before you settle into Super Bowl mode. + As scheduled, SeaWorld's Bands, Brew & BBQ...
  • 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,”...
  • This week: 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...
  • Orlando Science Center: Laser Light Shows return July 1

    Orlando Science Center: Laser Light Shows return July 1
    The Orlando Science Center's Laser Light Shows will return for a limited engagement: Fridays and Saturdays from July 1 to Aug. 19. The shows, an Orlando tradition of sorts, will be in the Dr. Phillips CineDome and will feature classic jams, 28,000...
  • Cocktails & Cosmos set for Orlando Science Center on Saturday

    Cocktails & Cosmos set for Orlando Science Center on Saturday
    The "Cocktails & Cosmos" event returns to the Orlando Science Center this Saturday, and it will be themed as "Where Science Meets Rock 'n' Roll," a reference to its current exhibit "Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked the World," which had its world...
  • Relics add to Titanic attraction on International Drive in Orlando

    Relics add to Titanic attraction on International Drive in Orlando
    What a wild, wet trip these items from the Titanic have had during the past 100 years: Gloriously setting sail from Europe only to have a tragic encounter with an iceberg and rest in the icy waters of the North Atlantic for decades. They were brought up...
  • Best of the new — and renewed at Orlando theme parks

    Best of the new — and renewed at Orlando theme parks
    Here are my picks for the best happenings at theme parks and attractions for 2012. •Best new costumes: Storybook Circus, Magic Kingdom. Step right up and see the red, ringmaster-inspired costumes — complete with tails — that fit the...
  • Orlando Science Center: Exhibit teaches that bugs aren't creepy

    Orlando Science Center: Exhibit teaches that bugs aren't creepy
    In my very first job, as a door-to-door salesboy for Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal subscriptions, the boss continually used this phrase to his young charges: "Go eat a bug!" Now, umpteen years later, we all have that dining opportunity, thanks to...
  • Orlando Science Center: 'High Voltage' demonstrations begin Friday

    Orlando Science Center: 'High Voltage' demonstrations begin Friday
    "High Voltage," a new show that revolves around the electron, begins a limited run at the Orlando Science Center on Friday, July 29. The show looks at the principles of electricity through demontrations using a Singing Tesla Coil, an eight-foot tall...