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  • Bach Festival Society's 2014-15 season

     Bach Festival Society's 2014-15 season
    The Bach Festival Society of Winter Park will celebrate its 80th season, beginning this fall, with a slate of programs organized around the theme of "Bach's Eternal Influence." On the schedule are works by composers who, in the society's words, "owe a...
  • New Rollins grad vying for Miss Florida crown

    New Rollins grad vying for Miss Florida crown
    Kayla Foriere is a freshly minted graduate of Rollins College with a degree in economics. But over the past few months — in between classes, sorority events and a part-time job — she's been doing some work on the side: preparing for the...
  • Chefs ready to celebrate Mom

    Chefs ready to celebrate Mom
    More than 75 million diners will be making reservations for Mother's Day dinner, according to the National Restaurant Association. Central Florida has many options for celebrating on May 11 with family and friends. Here is just a sampling of local...
  • Rollins College arts & science faculty sends letter of concern about college president

    Rollins College arts & science faculty sends letter of concern about college president
    Rollins College arts & science faculty have sent a letter expressing "concern" about President Lewis Duncan to the college's board of trustees. This is the same group that in previous years gave Duncan a vote of "no confidence" and voted to censure...
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  • Review: 'Nationalism in Music' from Bach Festival Society

    Review: 'Nationalism in Music' from Bach Festival Society
    Patriotism and the arts are often connected — what American soul isn't lifted by hearing "The Stars and Stripes Forever," after all? — but music trumped politics Sunday afternoon in the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park's last concert of...
  • Exhibit of sculptor Joshua Almond opens at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts

    Exhibit of sculptor Joshua Almond opens at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts
    MOUNT DORA — The fun part of looking at Joshua Almond's sculpture is trying to figure if he is looking at something from very close up or from very far away. One clue might be the title of his exhibit at the Mount Dora Center for the Arts,...
  • 75 years after Steinbeck's 'Grapes' the makers-takers fight goes on

    75 years after Steinbeck's 'Grapes' the makers-takers fight goes on
    As we approach the 75th anniversary of the publication of "The Grapes of Wrath," we are as concerned as ever with the subject of the increasing gap between the very rich and the other 99 percent of us. Due to our current Snapchat- and Twitter-sized...
  • Sunday freebies: 'And Then Came Tango,' Organist Christopher Houlihan

     Sunday freebies: 'And Then Came Tango,' Organist Christopher Houlihan
    I'm still recuperating from a busy arts weekend in Central Florida. There was a lot of ballet to see — "Carmen" on Friday night, then Orlando Ballet's charming "Beauty and the Beast" on Saturday. It was heartening to see so many parents...
  • Rollins College mixes Shakespeare, improv in new show

     Rollins College mixes Shakespeare, improv in new show
    William Shakespeare didn't write "The Lost Comedies of William Shakespeare," but he did inspire the production debuting Friday, April 18, at Rollins College. The real authors are in the audience, and they're different every night. That's because "Lost...
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  • On Mother's Day, a mom watches her son graduate

    On Mother's Day, a mom watches her son graduate
    On Mother's Day, Holly Tanyhill sat so high in the bleachers of Rollins College's Warden Arena that the words of the valedictorians and commencement speakers were barely audible: "life's a journey … grow up we must … I encourage you …...