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Orange County Voters Say Partisanship Is Not A Good Idea


A funny thing happened on the way to November. You might recall that Orange County voters were asked to register their feelings on making local elections partisan, thereby moving the elections of wonderful lovers of transparency like Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs to presidential years. More of a fair competition, you say? Voters said no! By about 55 percent, your friends and neighbors said that this wasn’t a good idea, because partisanship is awful.
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Spotlight

Scott Joseph | RusTeak


This week on Spotlight, Orlando Restaurant Critic Scott Joseph praises a College Park restaurant for its food and service.  He also explains how to find the building and read the odd names on the menu.
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Lorna Lambey with her late husband, Mark Wayne
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The Final Night of the Red Fox Lounge


There’s been a lot of frustration and sadness lately when it comes to new developments in Orlando scheduled to displaced beloved older spaces. Recently Theatre Downtown announced that its landlord, Florida Hospital, has plans for the building the theater has called home for 25 years. The theater has to vacate by the end of January. Shortly after that, we learned that a developer is buying multiple properties in Ivanhoe Village and will be transforming the neighborhood’s artsy warehouse district into multistory mixed-use spaces.
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Mead Garden Plant Sale,  meadgarden.org
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Gardens, Dinner and Electronic Dance Music


Mead Botanical Garden’s annual fall plant sale aka “GROWvember” will have annuals, perennials, vegetables, succulents, shrubs, tropicals and Pine straw.There will also be workshops on topics like “How to mount an air plant on wooden plaque” and “how to make a fairy garden” and my favorite “How to make a worm cafe.” The Mead Botanical Garden Fall plant show is Saturday, 9 to 5 at Mead Gardens in Winter Park.
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