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Every Friday afternoon, Mark Baratelli, publisher of  The Daily City, shares his picks for can’t-miss weekend events in Central Florida.
The Daily City

Spotlight: This is My Brave, Trader Maes, Ballet & Brunch, Orlando Shakes, and CFL Auto Show


This Is My Brave, a show about what it’s like to live through mental illness and come out on the other side, is a live presentation of touching essays, original music, comedy and poetry, performed by over a dozen individuals living with―or loving someone with―a mental illness. This is My Brave takes place Sunday at 3 at the Dr Phillips Center. Enjoy 150 Indoor Outdoor vendors selling crafts, home goods, Gift card giveaways, food trucks and more at Trader Mae’s Fall Festival Saturday and Sunday 9 to 6 at Trader Maes Furniture and Decor Market in Apopka. Get an inside look into United Ballet Theatre’s unique regimen that stands out from any other ballet company, meet their 20 dancers from …
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From the Pages of Orlando Weekly

From the Pages of Orlando Weekly: Investigation shows Florida rejected federal funds available to help tackle HIV crisis


An extensive investigation by the Guardian has uncovered damning information about Florida Senator Rick Scott. While governor, Scott blocked $70 million in federal funds available to fight Florida’s HIV crisis. By doing so, it’s likely he accelerated the state’s record rate of infections. Between 2015 and 2017, Scott’s administration directly blocked two grant applications worth approximately $16 million, and was forced to return $54 million in unspent grants. Health administrators were forbidden to discuss the funds with legislators, so they couldn’t get legislative permission to spend the money. In 2017, Florida saw the highest number of new HIV diagnoses in the country. Our new cases amount to 13 percent of the national total. Blocking federal funds has long been a …
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Every Friday afternoon, Mark Baratelli, publisher of  The Daily City, shares his picks for can’t-miss weekend events in Central Florida.
The Daily City

Spotlight: Film Fest, Indie Market, Soul Market, Dairy/Donut Pairing, and Taste Central Florida


Celebrate the art of filmmaking by watching movies made by people involved in the art of making movies during the Melrose Film Festival happening Saturday and Sunday 10 to 5 at the Melrose Center inside the downtown Orlando Public Library. Shop over 100 local vendors, artists, and makers, enjoy food, live music, and adult beverages during the Sanford Indie Market Sunday 11 – 5 at Tuffy’s Bottle Shop & Lounge in downtown Sanford. The Orlando Soul Market is billed as a farmers market with a soulful twist! Enjoy Cultural vendors, and food trucks and a live benefit concert benefiting Bahamas Relief. Orlando Soul Market is Saturday 10 to 5 at the Container Theatre. Enjoy artisan ice cream and donuts at …
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From the Pages of Orlando Weekly

From the Pages of Orlando Weekly: Two Pulse Survivors link up with the Freedom March Organization


Three years ago, Luis Javier Ruiz was trampled as he fled the Pulse nightclub, only to learn that 49 people had died in the mass shooting. Two years ago, he stopped identifying as gay. Ruiz and fellow local Pulse survivor Angel Colon have linked up with the Freedom March organization, which celebrates “freedom from homosexual/transgender lifestyles by the grace and power of Jesus Christ.” They’re marching in a downtown Orlando park this Saturday, where Ruiz and Colon plan to give testimony. Coincidentally, the march comes four days after local LGBTQ advocates asked Orange County to put a conversion therapy ban ordinance on their agenda. Those involved with Freedom March say they don’t condone conversion therapy, and Ruiz rejects the notion …
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Every Friday afternoon, Mark Baratelli, publisher of  The Daily City, shares his picks for can’t-miss weekend events in Central Florida.
The Daily City

Spotlight: Pulp Fest, Bonnie and Clyde, Bee-friendly Garden, and Dog Pack Walk


Pulp Fest Music Festival will be putting 35 bands on 3 stages of bands with the music and the loudness and the people playing the instruments and the vendors to the left and right of the stage selling God knows what – oh you kids and you’re music! Pulp Fest is Sunday 1 in the afternoon to 11:30 at night at Wills Pub. Back when Faye Dunaway had a human face she starred in a successful film called Bonnie and Clyde. The film was turned into a musical and the folks at Celebration Theatre Company are putting it on Saturday and Sunday at Dr. Phillips Center. For tickets go to celebrationtheatreco.com A structured pack walk is a walk that …
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