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American Craft Beer Week is May 13-19, giving discriminating drinkers across the country a chance to celebrate their tastes and "draft" rookie palates into the fold. As a (semi-) reformed Pabst Blue Ribbon drinker, I understand the need for the hoopla....
A rare window to Central Florida's past opens May 11 when one of the area's most fabled mansions welcomes visitors in a fundraiser for the Zellwood Historical Society. Built by steel heir James Laughlin Jr. of Pittsburgh as a winter hunting retreat, the...
Tags: Orlando, Arts, Arts and Culture, Lake Wales, Zellwood
First off, your history lesson: On May 5, 1862, roughly 8,000 soldiers in the French army took a significant pounding from a Mexican force nearly half that size in the Battle of Puebla. Doesn't sound like a proper occasion for drinking? Neither is a...
I've been going to the monthly First Fridays at FAVO since its inception in 2011, and it has now grown to 19 once-upon-a-time-motel rooms full of artists. The quality of work has increased, too, with some professional artists in the lineup now. This month...
Tags: Arts, Museums, Arts and Culture, Music, Fine Artists
Countdown to Halloween: five days. I don't like wearing costumes, I'm not into haunted houses, candy corn is too sweet, and I prefer pumpkin pie to pumpkin carvings. But I do like horror movies — just not the kind with umpteen sequels. I saw...
Tags: Movies, Tippi Hedren, Christopher Walken, Irving Berlin, Pumpkin
Who made the decision to put 10 STOP signs at five corners? When this road was still a dirt road it only had two STOP signs. Someone should look into this! To the person who was texting during the movie: It was very distracting to those around you....
We have a new art venue in the Mills/50 neighborhood near downtown Orlando. Quantum Leap Winery opened in October, but its first artist reception is Friday, Jan. 25, 6-9 p.m. Madeliene Abling paints oil on canvas using only pallet knives, which are the...
Tags: Orlando, Museums, Arts and Culture, Music, Entertainment
Sentinel ColumnistIt wasn't much of a conversation when Danielle Morris answered the telephone on Sept. 12, 2001. The caller, a New York cleric, could barely speak through his weeping. Morris, too, was overcome. She thought of the New York Port Authority officers she...
Why not start your new art year with fire? A live bronze sculpture pour is the star of the show at Crealde School of Art's Winter Open House on Saturday. The event, 5-8 p.m., includes live music, demos, kiln firings, hands-on art projects and...
In spite of some of the toughest fundraising years on record, our local arts institutions have managed to give us some great exhibits and activities for adults and families. You only have a few more days to increase their 2012 annual funding reports,...
Tags: Arts, Music, Arts and Culture, Fine Artists, Human Interest
It's been quite a year in local dining: Chefs nominated for prestigious awards, shout-outs on the Food Network, a gut-busting burger boom and an increase in French bakeries. Along the way, we said goodbye to landmarks such as Brandywines in Winter Park...
Local hotels and resorts are always good bets for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day dining, and many local restaurants are planning lavish menus as well. Here is a sampling of what's on the menu. Prices do not include tax and tip. Bosphorus, 108 S. Park...
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