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  • 7th Orlando Art & Living Expo features chalk artists

     
    The Art & Living Expo returns to downtown Orlando's Lake Eola Park this weekend for its 7th annual celebration. Among the artsy highlights: arts and fine-crafts shows, including a juried competition; street performances by A Magi Tribal Dance; and for...
  • Chillounge Night returns to Orlando this Saturday

     
    Chillounge Night returns to Orlando for the second year....
  • Chillounge Night returns to Lake Eola Park for its second year

     
    Chillounge Night returns to downtown Orlando for its second year...
  • Starving Artist Studios at Playground fest, Kids Fringe

     
    Starving Artist Studios, the arts education center run by Tim Evanicki, may be new but it's already jumping into community involvement. The Studios is an official sponsor of this year's Playground Music and Arts Fest at Lake Eola Park, which takes place...
  • Check out artsy summer camps at Playground Music and Arts Fest

     
    The Orange County Arts Education Center will present its annual Summer Arts Camp Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Sunday, May 1, at Lake Eola Park in downtown Orlando as part of Playground magazine's free Music and Arts Fest. Central Florida organizations...
  • National Running Day: Why do — or don’t — you run?

     
    What are you doing for National Running Day? This year's event is on Wednesday, June 1, 2011, and runners of all levels will hit the pavement to show their support and love for one of the simplest, cheapest ways to lose weight and stay fit. Why run? I run...
  • Wildlife commission OKs threatened-species changes

     
    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has approved the recommendation to reclassify 61 species on its threatened species list. In September, when the FWC revamped its management system for threatened species, it had staff members start...
  • Food Not Bombs parts w/ attorney; Compromise seems less likely

     
    In Friday's newspaper, the attorney who represented Food Not Bombs in its fight with the city said she was ready to look for common ground with the city. Later that night, the group bid her adieu. So much for common ground. Food Not Bombs was careful...
  • Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center announces season

     
    The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida, located in Maitland, has announced its upcoming educational and cultural season. Developed to create an awareness of the impact of intolerance, its programming focuses on understanding the...
  • Pensacola priest to protest Orlando’s homeless-feeding rule

     
    An Orthodox priest from Pensacola is coming to Orlando to lead a demonstration in support of a group that has faced legal trouble for feeding the homeless in Orlando's Lake Eola Park. “The criminalization of public service to the poor is to...
  • Lake Eola swans: Look, don’t touch

     
    No good can come of messing with the swans at Lake Eola Park. An Orlando man learned that lesson when police charged him with the theft of a swan found in his yard. When swans were stolen in October, the thieves were quickly tracked down and the swans...
  • Americans for Prosperity bringing its “Running on Empty” tour to Lake Eola Park

     
    Americans For Prosperity Foundation¬†is bringing its “Running on Empty” tour to Lake Eola Park in Orlando Tuesday evening, featuring speakers who'll push the organization's agenda for limited government and a free market economy. AFPF was...