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Gazing at Stars, Swans and Corsets & Orlando Music History Merch


The first ever Orlando Music History Merch Swap will offer bits and pieces, slips and snatches, clutches and gaggles of local band memorabilia for sale like recordings, promo swag and more. Live entertainment and hard, hard liquor will accompany your musical shopping experience. The Orlando Music History Merch Swap is Saturday evening 8 to 11 at Lil Indies next door to Wills Pub next to that wack-a-doodle mural of the pan monster holding the beer.
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If teachers need a model of the human heart on their classrooms, Terry Cambron of Stratasys says they can print one using his 3-D printer. Photo by Amy Green
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Educators talk up technology in the classroom


Today’s children are immersed in technology, and educators are obligated to teach them how to use it. “A lot of them know how to play with the devices or communicate, but they don’t know how to learn,” says Janet Womble who directs the Future of Educational Technology Conference.
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Board delays decision on UCF downtown campus


The Florida Board of Governors has delayed a decision on whether to support the University of Central Florida’s plans for a new campus in downtown Orlando. UCF wants to partner with Valencia College on a campus for up to 10,000 students.
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Bondi: Cabinet To Revisit FDLE Commissioner Resignation


Attorney General Pam Bondi says the cabinet will re-visit the circumstances surrounding the ouster of former Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey. Republicans are distancing themselves from Governor Rick Scott over the flap, stemming from the way Bailey was fired.
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Gov. Rick Scott and FDLE Commissioner Gerald Bailey’s Resignation


Last week, the Tampa Bay Times published a scathing indictment of Governor Rick Scott and his handling of Florida Department of Law Enforcement commissioner Gerald Bailey’s so-called resignation. It’s no secret that the FDLE is not Scott’s best friend in general, especially considering the long list of Scott scandals that the agency is assigned to investigate. Most recently, Scott has been accused – with evidence – of using private email accounts to conduct public business. That, of course, is something that the FDLE has been investigating.
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