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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore SunStory | Feb 18, 2014 | 7:43 PM
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Mad Cow Theatre announces auditions for actors who play instruments for James Joyce's The Dead MAD COW THEATRE is holding auditions for its upcoming production of James Joyce's The Dead. Production dates are December 5, 2014 – January 4, 2015 with...
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Story | Aug 20, 2014 | 1:15 PM
Mad Cow Theatre Announces Auditions for Male Children in The Who's Tommy MAD COW THEATRE is holding auditions for its upcoming production of The Who's Tommy, directed by Donald Rupe and musical direction by Don Hopkinson. Production dates are October...
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By Jon Busdeker , Orlando SentinelStory | Jul 7, 2014 | 5:59 AMLet's just get the obvious one out of the way: The first way you know you're a Florida transplant is that you weren't born here. You were born in Chicago, New York, Louisville, Philadelphia or Minneapolis. You grew up in Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Kansas City or St. Louis. But somehow - school? work? A spouse? - you ended up in Florida. Florida is where I live, but it's not where I consider home. For me, home is Detroit. It's where I grew up, went to college and it's where my mom still lives. I've...
By Dan Tracy, Orlando SentinelStory | Aug 8, 2014 | 8:58 AMDowntown Orlando drivers rejoice. Orange Avenue next to Orlando City Hall will reopen Monday morning at 6, after being closed for three weeks. The main southbound artery in downtown was shuttered between Anderson and South streets for a $4.5 million renovation linked to the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center now under construction a block to the west. The Orange Avenue work, which included a renovation of the City Hall plaza, is supposed to encourage people to gather in the area and cross the...
By Jon Busdeker , Orlando SentinelStory | Jul 9, 2014 | 8:32 AMFlorida is full of transplants. And a lot of them emailed me after the video and blog "Florida transplants: 11 Ways You Know It" was posted on OrlandoSentinel.com. Judging by the dozens of messages I received and the more than 100 comments on Facebook, Florida transplants are proud of where they come from. But most wouldn't leave Florida because they enjoy the state's warm temperatures, access to beaches and low-cost of living. That doesn't mean they don't miss certain things about back home. ...
Paul BrinkmannStory | Jul 29, 2014 | 11:18 AMI had the chance to ask Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer about the three new hotels being built or planned in the downtown Orlando area. This boomlet is significant for downtown, especially if you include a fourth project, the new Aloft Downtown Orlando that opened last year. The new projects: A proposed Hyatt Place at Garland and South; a Residence Inn at the corner of Colonial and Orange; and a renovation of the former OUC building near the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre. “We want to attract...
Paul BrinkmannStory | Aug 8, 2014 | 3:00 AMDowntown Orlando’s newest coworking space, Canvs, is ready to open for business on Monday morning in the Chruch Street Exchange building. Contractors were putting final touches on the 15,000-square-foot shared office space on Thursday. Several other tech companies have located in the building. Check out the photos with the gallery above to see how its shaping up. Canvs is a not-for-profit organization focused on helping tech startup companies and entrepreneurs. Rollins College andUniversity...
Paul BrinkmannStory | Jul 7, 2014 | 8:22 AMDowntown Orlando’s newest coworking space, Canvs, is set to open in early August with Rollins College and University of Central Florida as formal partners. The partnership, announced today, includes a formal internship program where local students can perform internships with companies housed at Canvs. Canvs is a 17,200-square-foot shared office space where desks and workspaces rent out for a monthly fee. Phil Holt, the founder of Canvs, formed the company as a nonprofit to support development...
By Jim Stratton, Orlando SentinelStory | Jul 28, 2014 | 12:40 PMDowntown Orlando is in the midst of a hotel boomlet, with two properties under construction and at least three others in the works. The latest project to surface, if ultimately built, would add a 205-room Hyatt Place to the corner of South Street and Garland Avenue, next to the Ballroom at Church Street. The proposal comes from the Boston-based Tremont Realty Capital. Hyatt is listed on documents filed with the city as the developer. Hyatt Place targets business travelers and, last year, was named a...
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