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  • First-time producers debut ‘Suddenly Seniors’ Thursday

     
    A vintage Airstream motor home sits on stage at The Plaza Live. It’s authentic — though it has been cut apart and reconfigured for use on the set of “Suddenly Seniors: The Musical,” an original work created by a team of Central...
  • Book review: Man Martin’s “Paradise Dogs”

     
    By Tod Caviness In the sweet prologue to “Paradise Dogs,” postwar widow Evelyn Winston falls in love on a trip to Florida. On a mission to secure a house, she ends up bagging a husband as well: a homely realtor named Adam Newman. During the...
  • Man Martin’s “Paradise Dogs” set in a very familiar place

     
    In case you missed this book review of Man Martin’s “Paradise Dogs” on our Orlando Arts Blog. I thought I'd serve it up again here. Doesanyone recognize the Orlando restaurant iconic sign image from the cover? By Tod Caviness In the...
  • Orlando’s moment in the documentary ‘Page One’

     
    Andrew Rossi didn't realize that one of the more infamous snippets of video that he used in his documentary, “Page One: Inside the New York Times,” came from Orlando. A live-mike faux pas by Sam Zell, who had just taken over the company,...
  • Billy Bob Thornton's daughter gets 20 years in godchild's death

     
    Billy Bob Thornton's estranged daughter Amanda Brumfield was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the 2008 death of her 1-year-old goddaughter. Billy Bob Thornton reportedly hadn't talked to Amanda Brumfield for "a substantial number of years," his rep...
  • Apple ratchets down on apps -- again

     
    The New York Times set off a flurry of stories over the past couple of days when it reported that Apple had stopped Sony from selling e-books in the Sony Reader iPhone app. Apple instructed Sony and other app developers......
  • Details of Apple's paid-subscription model visible in iPad terms of service

     
    Following the launch of the Daily on Wednesday morning, Apple has released a few minor details of how its iTunes magazine and newspaper subscription model will work. The new info is visible in the "In-App Subscriptions" portion of its iTunes......
  • Dow tops 12,000 as economy's strength stokes bulls

     
    Wall Street’s bulls drove the stock market to new multiyear highs Tuesday, emboldened by fresh signs that the economy’s momentum in the fourth quarter spilled into January. The Dow Jones industrial average closed above the 12,000 level for the first.....
  • Apple's book rule: 'I wouldn’t be surprised if phones were ringing at the FTC,' analyst says

     
    Apple Inc. is changing the rules about how e-books can be sold and accessed via its iPhone and iPad devices -- a move that may get the attention of regulators, one analyst said. Apple on Tuesday said it was changing its rules to require any vendors who...
  • Android, iOS, mobile apps were used only once 26% of the time in 2010, analytics firm says

     
    Last year, 26% of apps on iPhones, iPads, Androids, BlackBerrys and Windows Phones were discarded after just one use, according to a study by a mobile app analytics firm. "The thing that grabs headlines is 26% of people through out the year only use it...
  • Groundhog Day Block Party tonight in downtown Orlando

     
    Groundhog Day Block Party tonight in downtown Orlando...