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"You are so loved!" That's the phrase that caught my eye in the press release that turned up in my email last week. I like the sound of it, because it's not something you see a lot — at least in emails around here. Apparently, that's the usual vibe...
Tags: Fort Lauderdale, Volusia County
There are several great events across Central Florida on Friday night and many more throughout the week. You won't be able to attend all the opening receptions tonight, but fortunately these shows will hang around for awhile. Florida Craftsmen puts on...
Roaring engines and crashing waves are the soundtrack for this week's Postcards dispatch. Let's start with the engines. Biketoberfest returns Oct. 18-21 in Volusia County, a magnet for motorcyclists worldwide interested in riding in the fall weather...
Central Florida has not exactly been a breeding ground recently for Football Bowl Subdivision offensive linemen. Sure, there have been a few. Ty Darlington is the most recent success story, considering what he accomplished as a freshman this past season...
The Florida Museum for Women Artists is a smallish but important institution in DeLand. The folks there curate some conceptually creative exhibitions, including the new "Expanding Visions." The show, opening Friday, April 5 from 5:30-8 p.m., depicts the...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Maitland, Museums, Arts, Winter Park
What our museums lack in size, they make up for in creativity, moxie and searching the world for excellent exhibitions that may be just a little too small for some of the behemoths in larger cities. The Mennello Museum of American Art in Orlando and...
It's 15 days until Thanksgiving. Quiz answers for the day are: Fresh or frozen, trussing for beginners and Aunt Sally's pumpkin pie that woefully lacks pumpkin flavor. I've got the matching questions and more today at my blog, OrlandoSentinel.com/thedish....
As regular readers know, I'm still building momentum toward my long-delayed, inaugural trip to Orlando's iconic Gatorland attraction. This past weekend, I eased into that gator experience by returning to a spot that has been a favorite for years and also...
Warren P. Hickok broke his right leg as a boy. Payton L. Vanderpool Jr. had a missing front tooth. Those physical characteristics eventually aided the identification of the men, decades after they were killed on December 7, 1941, during the Japanese...
The Orlando International Airport is loaded with museum-quality art, some so bright and imposing that you can't possibly miss them, and others so subtle you may have been there a hundred times and never noticed. "The Traveller" by Duane Hanson falls...
Tags: Thornton Park, Arts and Culture, Whitney Museum, Museums, Arts
There is much to love about this place we call home. That's why, at this time of year, I like to take a break from the intense and the nonsense to share some of the things that I'm most thankful for in Central Florida. Last year, readers helped me...
The holidays are just around the corner and you haven't found that one-of-a-kind gift for those special people in your life or taken the kids to an event with Santa. Not to worry. Art can fix almost anything, and I have some remedies for you....
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