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Sun-SentinelA mecca for collectors, this quaint town has more antique stores per square foot than most places in Florida. Located 25 miles northwest of Orlando, via U.S. 441, it is a lovingly preserved, frozen-in-time town (pop. 8,000) with a dozen turn-of-the-...
Special to the Sun-SentinelIf you're yearning for a time-warp weekend free of theme parks and other excesses of modern-day living, think about an escape to the New England of Florida, the antique capital as well as the rose capital of Central Florida. Think Mount Dora. Located...
TIMES STAFF WRITER"Thirteen Ghosts," its opening timed for Halloween, begins in a Chicago auto junkyard in the dead of night, where F. Murray Abraham's sinister Cyrus Kriticos and his zany yet distraught young psychic, Rafkin (Matthew Lillard) are doing a little spirit-...
Times Staff WriterThe opening scenes of "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" are so darkly exhilarating, so lugubriously inventive and so wittily, swooningly macabre that my first reaction, as someone who cheers at even the most tenuous allusion to author...
Renninger's Antique Extravaganza is among the largest in the South, featuring more than 1,400 antiques and collectibles dealers on Friday through Nov. 16. The event typically draws thousands of antique lovers to Renninger's Antique Center to view and...
FOR THE TIMESFriday December 8, 1995 It is something of an irony that films with feminist appeal are accused of being either too soft or too shrill, compromising or overbearing, too political or not political enough. Sometimes, a movie is just a movie. ...
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