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RAW: Orlando launched their RAWards Semi-Finals competition at The Abbey. 30 local nominees were narrowed down to 9 top artists in their relative categories and now go on to represent […]

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Thought this was super cool – more soon ! 13 Full Sail University students from the Computer Animation and Game Art degree programs joined forces to create this unique 6×6.25′ […]

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Little Free Library08/12/12

 

Support Little Free Library here in Central Florida! via Kickstarter: WE NEED YOUR HELP to make this project a success. Our goal is to build 20-25 libraries and place them […]

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If you are a Twilight fan–and, yes, there are millions out there!–some of the stars of the movies will be featured at the Official Twilight Convention right here in Orlando, […]

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The Top 5 was at the Orlando Science Center today to attend the Central Florida Chapter Meeting of the Travel Blog Exchange, also known as TBEX, which is an international […]

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For those who asked questions about our first post on the Mount Dora Catacombs, here’s what else we dug up. It’s an excerpt from an Orlando Sentinel Article by Ramsey Campbell, December […]

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The Top 5 was very excited to be able to speak with Orville Schell, one of the country’s leading authorities on China. (You’ve seen him on 60 Minutes.)  Orville is coming […]

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In keeping with the NaNoWriMo theme I started earlier this month, Alas, Babylon by Pat Frank was unknowingly left off my list of Florida books.  Had I known then what […]

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Long before Disney, Sea World, and certainly Universal Studios were a dream in someone’s head; way before I-4 or the Bank of America Building had been planned on paper, even before […]

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1. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. November 4 at Rollins College One of Time Magazine’s “Heroes for the Planet,” Kennedy will discuss “Green Gold Rush: A Vision for Energy Independence, Jobs […]

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For those not in the know, November is National Novel Writing Month, where the challenge is to write a novel in 30 days. It is a contest, of sorts; there’s […]

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OMG…look how adorable! Parents of young ones are more than familiar with the picture books of  Kevin Henkes, and now there’s a play that centers around three of his storylines: Chester’s […]

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Books with Benefits08/18/10

 

If you love perusing books, like me, then you will probably agree that any bookstore is a wonderful place to spend a lazy afternoon. Enter Borders Book Store and I […]

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BEWARE! Tomorrow is Friday the 13th… And what better way to spend such an unlucky day  than buying tickets to see one of the most famous ghost stories, The Turn […]

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Well, not really Harry Potter, per se, but an exhibit tracing medical history starting with potions, herbs, and mythical monsters and going up to today’s modern science is on display […]

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On Friday evening, the Top 5 headed to Mount Dora for a “Tweet Up.” For those of you unfamiliar with this term, a tweet up is a face to face […]

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Swimming Anyone?12/12/09

 

A huge literary event happened today in Orlando: Dara Torres talked about her new book Age is Just a Number. My husband SwimmerJoe.com swam with Dara at the University of […]

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