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  • Free family activities at Cornell Museum

    Free family activities at Cornell Museum
    WHAT: The Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College is inviting Central Florida families to enjoy "CFAMily Day at the Cornell" — a free event filled with fun and educational activities. Hands-on art-making, scavenger hunts, games and gallery tours...
  • SunRail connects us: New Voices

    SunRail connects us: New Voices
    On Friday, the day after SunRail's launch, I watched as joy riders crowded on trains, and eventually dispersed at the various rail stops, including Park Avenue in Winter Park, to visit, shop and gawk at neighborhoods that were seemingly inaccessible to...
  • Mad Cow Theatre adds 4 to board of directors

     Mad Cow Theatre adds 4 to board of directors
    Orlando's Mad Cow Theatre has increased the size of its board of directors — which once numbered just three — to include a dozen members. Announced as new members on Friday, June 13, were: • Jonathan Miller, director of the Olin...
  • On SunRail, is eye contact acceptable commuting etiquette?

    On SunRail, is eye contact acceptable commuting etiquette?
      In Central Florida, our DNA is imprinted with the solitary commuting experience. We sit behind the wheel of our cars, eyes fixed on the road or the bumper in front of us. When we talk it's on a cell phone. Unless we're talking to ourselves, which...
  • 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...
  • Orlando startup's shower speakers selling well, founder says

    Orlando startup's shower speakers selling well, founder says
    It was a big week for Orlando-based startup company FresheTech, which is selling a water-resistant bluetooth shower speaker called Splash Shower Tunes. The speakers were briefly featured on the Today Show with Kathie Lee & Hoda. That follows a feature...
  • Brian's Restaurant becoming Elliott's Public House

    Brian's Restaurant becoming Elliott's Public House
    Brian's Restaurant in the Ivanhoe Village area of downtown has a new owner and will soon be getting a new name: Elliott's Public House. Karl Elliott, former executive chef at Rollins College, bought Brian’s Restaurant just a few weeks ago with...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Christopher Houlihan gives free organ concert

    Christopher Houlihan gives free organ concert
    American organist Christopher Houlihan will give a free concert this Sunday, April 13, at Rollins College. Houlihan has been labeled "gifted" (New York Times), "dazzling" (Wall Street Journal), and "one of the brightest stars in the new generation of...
  • 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...