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Grab N Go Art Show, Grandma Party and More


Twenty of Orlando’s top visual artists each have a piece of art for sale at $100 or less at the “Grab N Go Art Show” at Art Services Ink tonight at 7 in Orlando. The once a year creative cacophony of vintage, jewelry, sculpture, art, handmade, paper goods and more aka Grandma Party is back Sunday 10 to 6 in the Stardust Coffee parking lot.
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Could Florida Become the Next Frontier for Fracking?


Could Florida become the next frontier for fracking? Environmentalists, who are already concerned about the state’s fragile water supply, fear that it could, and this week they’re trying to get out ahead of the situation before the 2015 Legislative session begins in Tallahassee.
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Jenna Tosh, CEO of Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando, is expanding its program with the rape crisis hotline.
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Planned Parenthood adds Osceola to rape hotline referral program


Sexual assault victims in Central Florida will now be able to get low-cost treatment closer to home. That’s because of an agreement between the local Planned Parenthood and Victim Service Center announced this week. Planned Parenthood’s new Kissimmee clinic is now part of a referral agreement with Victim Service Center, which runs the local 24-hour rape crisis hotline.
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