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  • Upcoming events at Florida Museum for Women Artists in DeLand

     
    The Florida Museum for Women Artists is worth a visit if you are strolling on the lovely streets of Downtown DeLand. The museum is located upstairs on the west side of Woodland Boulevard just north of New York Avenue. Here's a look at what's happening...
  • Matador at 21 Night 3: Guided by Voices gives the festival a salty salute

     
    Funny thing about Matador at 21: After three days and dozens of diverse bands, it turns out everyone was pretty much there to see Guided by Voices. The '90s lo-fi heroes, who reunited to play the festival (and stop in......
  • The Velvet Underground's Moe Tucker is having a party: A tea party

     
    I got deluged with e-mails this morning from old music biz pals who are (pick one) outraged, depressed or scandalized by the news that Velvet Underground drummer Maureen (Moe) Tucker, an undeniable icon of cool in the 1960s, is now......
  • Gucci Mane makes a forceful 'Appeal' on his new album

     
    In 2010, three of the top MCs in mainstream rap have had major career turning points thwarted by legal drama. T.I., Lil Wayne and Gucci Mane have dealt with it in very different ways. After a jail term resulting from......
  • Will Jennifer Weiner get to the little screen?

     
    Jennifer Weiner, the author of, most recently, "Fly Away Home," is co-authoring a television pilot for ABC Family. If the show gets picked up, it'll be the first time Weiner has written for television. Weiner made a splash with her......
  • VIDEO: Watch our experts break down Week 6’s early games

     
    VIDEO: Watch our experts break down Week 6's early games Our experts, Matt Murschel and Brant Parsons, break down the early Week 6 games focusing on Illinois' win over Penn State, Terrelle Pryor's big day for Ohio State, a shootout at the Cotton Bowl...
  • Monster Mash: Pasadena Playhouse on road to recovery; Fisk University still wants to sell art

     
    Looking ahead: Leaders of the Pasadena Playhouse discuss their road to financial recovery. (Los Angeles Times) La Stupenda: The full obituary for opera star Joan Sutherland, who passed away Sunday at age 83 in Switzerland. (Los Angeles Times) Not giving.....
  • 34 L.A.-area residents held in Medicare fraud scheme

     
    Federal agents arrested 34 Los Angeles-area residents Wednesday in a nationwide crackdown on one of the largest Medicare fraud schemes ever uncovered, authorities said. A total of 73 people in five states -- California, Georgia, Louisiana, New Mexico, New...
  • Orlando Museum of Art hosts Alzheimer’s Poetry Day on Saturday

     
    The Pabst Charitable Foundation and the Edyth Bush Foundation is hosting the first Alzheimer’s Poetry Day on Saturday, Oct. 16,  from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Orlando Museum of Art, official site sponsor. Open to the public, the Alzheimer’...
  • Central Florida’s Duda debuts red celery at produce summit in Orlando

     
    Don't adjust your computer monitor. That celery is red. Oviedo-based Duda Farm Fresh Foods, the world’s largest grower and processor of celery, introduced a blushing celery variety recently at the Produce Marketing Association's annual Fresh Summit...
  • EPA's "environmental justice" tour comes to California

     
    Environmental justice, a movement to focus attention on pollution in low-income communities, is a burning cause for Lisa Jackson, the first African American to head the U.S. Environmental Protection agency. Over the last several months, Jackson has toured...