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Watermark’s Third Thursday Social is always a great time but this month’s will be even better with the double whammy of a beautiful location and amazing music.  Taking place at […]

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Winter Garden’s hometown theater Garden Theater recently announced their 2014-2015 Theatre Season. The season will feature five full-length theatrical presentations, the StarLite Film Festival, dance concerts and weekend events. Subscriptions […]

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A special invitation to all of YOU from the cast through Google Glass! Opening this weekend is a local production of Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, written by Burt […]

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Part of Harriett’s New Play Series ‘Pluto’ makes its Orlando stop as part it’s National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere. From playwright Steve Yockey and directed by Mark Routhier […]

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The Central Florida Sounds of Freedom Marching Band & Color Guard, Orlando’s LGBTA band and color guard, announced last week that it is seeking a new volunteer Artistic Director to […]

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On the footsteps of a new study that links the state’s film industry to its famous tourism industry with a possible impact of nearly $6 billion a new production has […]

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Fish might not be good at driving but what about art?  Orlando’s first ever aquaculture art gallery exhibit, “Immersed” will open at CityArts Factory in downtown Orlando on Thursday, February […]

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Central Florida might be better known for its pop-music heritage but that doesn’t mean our other genres suffer.  For over three-quarters of a century the Bach Festival Society of Winter […]

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While most of the attention has been on SeaWorld Orlando’s Bands, Brew & BBQ over in Tampa Busch Gardens just launched their own version of the event this past weekend.  […]

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The Mennello Museum of American Art is one of Central Florida’s best hidden gems.  The small museum in Loch Haven Park has an incredible permanent collection that is worth the […]

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The Grammy Awards might’ve taken place in LA but Central Florida had its share of connections to it.  Full Sail University has 20 graduates who worked on 16 different Grammy […]

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Check out these behind the scenes photos from the Osceola Center for the Arts as their busy putting on the last coats of paint before the opening of their new […]

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The Orlando Museum of Art entrance is getting an upgrade just in time for the organization’s 90th anniversary.  The entrance plaza now serves as a small sculpture garden.  Recently construction […]

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You don’t need to travel to Bath, England to see the fashion through the decades.  On January 10 the Art & History Museums- Maitland (A&H) are hosting their first Culture […]

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With 2014 less than a week away its time to start thinking about resolutions and goals for the New Year.  It’s pretty easy to forget those resolutions within a few […]

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As 2013 wraps up its time to look ahead at 2014 and what a year it will be!  One of the biggest news stories of 2014 will be the grand […]

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If you happened to see a giant head on your way into the office this morning don’t worry.  You’re not going crazy and no giants haven’t landed in Orlando.  The […]

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As many local arts groups face financial uncertainty one that was struggling has found a new life as part of one of region’s major cultural support groups.  On October 11 […]

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Fall is one of those times of year that we all remember why we live in Central Florida.  Beautiful weather, plenty of festivals, and tons to do.  But then comes […]

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In 2012 The Creative City Project turned all downtown Orlando into a month-long art museum with a different arts organization presenting each day.  This year Creative City Project packs an […]

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