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Spotlight: Sushi Cafe, All You Can Eat


Here’s a twist on the all-you-can-eat promotion, and I can’t decide if it’s a brilliant way of getting people to eat less or a dastardly ploy to get them to eat too much. But first off, let me say that Sushi Cafe, the mundanely named restaurant at the corner of University Boulevard and Goldenrod Road in Winter Park, does very good sushi. In fact, the nigirizushi that I sampled was among some of the most masterfully prepared that I’ve had in a long time.
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Spotlight: Kokino, A Tartare Bar


Just when you thought that every possible gimmick had been exploited in the restaurant world, along comes Kokino, a new restaurant in the Bay Hill Plaza in the Restaurant Row district. It is, in essence, a tartare bar.
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Mummies Exhibition Opens At Orlando Science Center


Mummies are menacing in the movies. But a new exhibition at the Orlando Science Center portrays them as time capsules packed with information about who we are. The “Mummies of the World” exhibit opens Saturday. It features 45 human and animal mummies from Egypt, South America and Europe.
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‘The Republic’: Where The Audience Shapes The Story


An immersive theatre show. An attraction. A real-life role-playing video game. It’s hard to describe “The Republic,” a 90-minute interactive entertainment experience that turns audience members into active participants whose choices shape the story. Actors inhabit two dozen fully-designed rooms in the 18,000-square-foot Lake Ivanhoe warehouse that’s home to “The Republic.” They guide you through a fictional dystopian society on the brink of revolution. Along the way, you choose your side…and change the narrative. This is The Republic’s first full weekend in operation, after an award-winning test run during last month’s Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival. Creator Sarah Elger spoke with 90.7’s Nicole Creston about The Republic…starting with what makes it so difficult to define.
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