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  • Moonlight Players’ Lunatics offer free show, ‘Book Can Take You Anywhere’

     
    The Moonlight Players' young-people's improv group, The Lunatics, are offering a free play this Saturday and next, Aug. 6 and 13, at the Players' Clermont theater. The adult Players are performing “All The Great Books (Abridged),” a comedy...
  • ‘A Book Can Take You Anywhere’ adds performances

     
    If you wanted to see “A Book Can Take You Anywhere” tomorrow but couldn't, you have two more chances. This in from the Moonlight Players in Clermont: The youth group's production of “A Book Can Take You Anywhere” has added...
  • Lake bell schedules remain the same as last year

     
    Start and dismissal times will remain the same this year as last year for Lake County Schools. Classes start Monday morning for about 40,000 Lake County students. Generally, elementary schools begin the day at 8:30 a.m. and end at 3 p.m.; middle schools...
  • ‘Halloween: The Musical’ soundtrack available for purchase

     
    Just in time for the holidays — Halloween, I mean, not those other festivities in December — the soundtrack to John B. deHaas' parody “Halloween: The Musical” has been released for downloading. The storyline is from John Carpenter&...
  • East Ridge High School will perform 9/11 musical tribute

     
    A group of Lake County musical theater students will be recognizing the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks with a special performance next week. The newly-formed East Ridge High singing group, Rhythm of the Knight, will perform 8 p.m. Sept....
  • 9/11 photo of Orlando man captures nation’s attention, grief

     
    Perhaps you saw this picture sometime in the past couple of weeks. It'sone of the most widely circulated photos from the 10th anniversary of September 11, gracing the front pages of newspapers from Washington and New York to Australia and Europe. The...
  • Deadline nears for Lake charter school decision

     
    The Lake County School Board will take a second look at the possibility of a new charter school opening in the district, Monday at a special workshop. The board agreed to give Renaissance Charter School a second look after no school representatives showed...
  • Matt McLean of Uncle Matt’s Organic elected president of Organic Trade Association

     
    Matt McLean, CEO and Founder of Uncle Matt’s Organic in Lake County, has been elected as president of the Organic Trade Association. McLean has served for the past six years on the board of the Organic Trade Association and was recently re-elected...
  • Buffalo Wild Wings opening sixth Central Florida location

     
    Buffalo Wild Wings will open its sixth location Friday, July 30, in the Formosa Gardens Village Shopping Center, 3099 Formosa Gardens Blvd., 1.9 miles west of Walt Disney World’s main gate on U.S. Highway 192. The new restaurant occupies a 7,500 square....
  • ‘American Idol’: WOFL to send one hopeful to San Francisco auditions

     
    “American Idol” didn't come to Orlando for auditions this year. But Fox-owned WOFL-Ch. 35 will send one hopeful to the San Francisco auditions. The process starts Saturday, Aug. 7, at Ford of Clermont, 1101 E. Highway 50 in Clermont. The...
  • RWA: Inside Literacy for Life

     
    By Anne Dunlap, Arts & Entertainment Editor When the doors opened, I expected a stampede as everyone rushed to their favorite authors. It didn't happen. Sure, people moved quickly,  but there was no pushing or shoving that I saw. The first two people...
  • Staples to give away free school supplies to teachers

     
    Teacher Appreciation Day freebies in Orlando...