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Modest Wear Fashion for Muslim Women Enters Florida Mainstream

The crowd outside Verona boutique is thick with women. In their hands, sleek black shopping bags. On their heads, patterned scarves called hijabs. 90.7’s Renata Sago has more on the new store in Orlando Fashion Square that is breaking ground as the first modest-wear store for Muslim women in a Florida mainstream mall.
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Intersection: Wedgefield’s Water & Orlando’s ‘Fringe Festival’

Residents of the east Orange County neighborhood of Wedgefield have complained about the smell and taste of the water coming from their taps. Orange County’s test results found some by-products that could be harmful to resident’s health…but Pluris, the private water company servicing Wedgefield, said the results were flawed and called for re-testing. What was in those test results? What health impact could they have on residents? And what’s next for the water in Wedgefield? We’re unpacking the water issues in Wedgefield. Plus, a look at the 25th Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival.
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