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Hanna & Roman Skrobko. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: East West Records


In the age of the digital download, a smartphone can hold thousands of songs. But for some music lovers, nothing beats sound or the feel of a vinyl record. Hannah and Roman Skrobko opened East West Records in Orlando in 1971. Now they’re selling records to a whole new generation of audiophiles.
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Developer Adam Wonus is building duplexes and triplexes on about 25 lots in the Milk District. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Development In Downtown Orlando’s Milk District


Where some see gentrification in Orlando’s Milk District, developer Adam Wonus says his goal is to get rid of blight and enhance the neighborhood. Wonus joins us to talk about his vision for the neighborhood. And we talk to urban planning professor Bruce Stephenson about what Orlando could learn from other fast growing cities.
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Intersection: Sorting Out The Solar Amendments


Floridians will vote on two solar amendments this year. One of them on the ballot next week. But what’s in the fine print, and what impact could these initiatives have on how solar power is generated in the sunshine state? Orlando Sentinel columnist walks us through the two amendments.
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