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Richmond Times-DispatchWEEKDAY HIGHLIGHTS Innsbrook After Hours: Aaron Lewis in season's kickoff, 5 p.m. Wednesday (gates) at Snagajob Pavilion, 4901 Lakebrook Drive. $20-$35. http://www.innsbrookafterhours.com. On Stage at Maymont -- "The Tempest," Richmond Shakespeare...
The Pueblo Chieftain, Colo.The Garden Park Dinosaur Fossil area just got a whole lot bigger, thanks to a National Natural Landmark expansion fitting for the Jurassic-era lumbering beasts that once roamed here. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management received approval for a 3,170-...
Tags: Zoology, Fossils, Paleontology
I love going to art shows and coming home with a new piece of art. The only thing better would be picking out a piece of art that was free. That's what will happen for one lucky person during the monthly art stroll in downtown Sanford on Friday, 6-9 p.m....
Tags: Culture, Artists, Fine Artists, Orlando Public Library, Arts
Theme Park Rangers - Orlando SentinelOrlando theme parks and attractions this week feature flowers and a packed schedule of musical performances. + The 20th Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival kicks off Wednesday. The event is amping up the food portion of the event with 12...
First quarterly report for Orlando theme parks: More Legoland, Limited Time Magic, work on Antarctica, TransformersWe’re just three months into 2013, and we are bursting with theme-park developments. And this is supposed to be the slow season. Instead of waiting nine months to compile a year-in-review post, I’ve decided to make quarterly reports that...
Legendary Speaker of the House Tip O'Neill famously coined the phrase "All politics is local," but for dedicated staff and volunteers at historical societies across the city and suburbs, so is all history. They are the ones who keep the flame of the...
Digging into the mailbag, we range from a favorite lost lunch spot to sweeping sagas involving Florida's past. Where was The Rowena? Longtime area resident Susan Zwer sends memories of a bridesmaids luncheon at The Rowena in Orlando, also fondly...
Author Shelley Emling talks about "Marie Curie: Icon of Science/Working Mother" during the It's Not Your Mother's Tea event this Wednesday, March 13. in celebration of Women's History Month at the Orange County Regional History Center in Orlando, Emling...
Orlando theme parks and attractions this week feature flowers and a packed schedule of musical performances. + The 20th Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival kicks off Wednesday. The event is amping up the food portion of the event with 12...
– Orlando took another step toward boosting its public art on Wednesday when Mayor Buddy Dyer announced seven artists have been chosen for a new sculpture program during his State of the City address. The See Art Orlando program is designed to...
A shabby-looking alley in downtown Geneva would get a facelift if the city council approves plans this month for a new "pedestrian mall." City Administrator Mary McKittrick included $200,000 in this year's budget proposal to rehabilitate the alley...
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