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  • South Lake Art League hosts student-teacher show

     
    The South Lake Art League will host a student/teacher art show from Jan. 7 to 24 at its gallery, 776 W. Montrose St., downtown Clermont, reports my colleague Debbie Manis. Current and former students who have taken classes with teachers at the SLAL are...
  • Lake County sends mobile dental van to schools

     
    Some kids don't get to see a dentist often, so the Lake County Health Department sends a mobile dental unit to them — in the form of “Toothy 2.” Now in its seconed year of visiting schools, Toothy 2 provides LCHD dental staff the abil...
  • Movie Preview: ‘Mesrine,’ both films, open here Friday

     
    But there's a catch. The amped up French gangster movie, newly relevant since star Vincent Cassel made such a splash in “Black Swan,” is showing at one chain's theaters — TPI's New Smyrna Beach Beacon 12 and the newer Epic 16 multiplex...
  • Moonlight Players improve seats, view at Clermont theater

     
    When you know you're surrounded by scoundrels, you want to keep an eye on them. And the Moonlight Players have made it easier to do that with recent theater renovations to improve sight lines to the stage for audience members. Oh, and I'm not calling...
  • Moonlight Players prepare Central Florida debut of ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’

     
    It was a fluke that Moonlight Players president Jan Sheldon saw “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” on Broadway. “I think I just went up to the [discount ticket seller] TKTS counter and got whatever was there for the 2 p.m. show,” Sheldon s...
  • Movie Review: Mesrine, Public Enemy No. 1

     
    Jean-Francois Richet's two-part chronicle of the gangster Jacques Mesrine is framed within the “Bonnie & Clyde” hail of bullets that ended the notorious gangster's life. that's how part one, “Killer Instinct,” of this two part...
  • What to see — ‘Rabbit Hole,’ ‘Mesrine,’ ‘Made in Dagenham’

     
    The weekend's big movies will be the new ones, which, this being January, aren't any better than last weekend's “new ones.” “Green Hornet” and “Dilemma,” both worth skipping. But four films for serious film lovers hit...
  • Movie Review: Mesrine, Killer Instinct

     
    A crime epic in two parts, the story of Jacques Mesrine makes for a glittering tour de force turn by Vincent Cassel in the title role. His mesmerizing presence in the center of Jean-François Richet's two films lifts them above the somewhat conventional...
  • Local schools win Lowe’s grants

     
    Five local schools are among 33 statewide that have won grants from the Lowe's building supply company's charitable foundation. The money is to go for special projects at the schools. Across the country 480 schools or parent organizations got one of the...
  • Lake School Board debates expanding two schools

     
    Enrollment keeps rising at Grassy Lake Elementary in Minneola, where classroom space is so hard to find, the school had to close its pre-kindergarten program. The principal turned a resource room, an area generally used for tutoring small groups, into a...
  • Tentative 2011 and 2012 Girls Basketball State Series Assignments

     
    Here are the tentative state series assignments for local girls basketball teams. The FHSAA will not finalize these assignments until after a Board of Directors meeting scheduled for January 23-24. Class 8A DISTRICT 2 DeLand Hagerty (Oviedo) Lake Brantley...
  • Polasek Foundation appoints 3 trustees

     
    The Albin Polasek Foundation Inc., which oversees the Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens,  announces the appointment of three trustees. They are: Paula Zahn, executive vice president, First National Bank of Central Florida.  Zahn’s commun...