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D’Andrea Pelletier- The Opera Realtor- sings two of her favorite Arias for Intersection. Photo; Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: D’Andrea Pelletier


D’Andrea Pelletier- The Opera Realtor- sings a couple of her favorite arias… including one that’s really about summer. Pelletier explain why ‘Summertime’, from  Gershwin’s opera Porgy and Bess fits right into the holiday spirit. And she sings a version of ‘Ave Maria’ that might not be so familiar to listeners. 
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Ben Browne and Mariah Lynn are Mo’Mo Browne. Photo: Matthew Peddie. WMFE
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Intersection: Mo’Mo Browne


Mo’Mo Browne are Maria Lynn on vocals and Ben Browne on guitar. You’ll hear them playing at venues around Orlando-  original songs and covers.  Ben Browne says they got their start as a duo after meeting at Orlando Brewing- where he was playing a solo set.
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Jeb Bush wowed the crowd at Rick Scott’s Economic Summit in Orlando in June- but his poll numbers have slumped since then. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Political Year In Review


A look back at the year in Florida politics: presidential primary campaigns, redistricting and the race to fill Sen. Marco Rubio’s seat- with analysis from Paula Dockery, Dick Batchelor, Lou Frey. Frank Torres and Ana Cruz.
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Disney and other Orlando area theme parks beefed up security this week- including additional screening at the entrance
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Intersection: Friday News Round Table- Medical Marijuana, National Security & Tourism


National security dominates the national political conversation, while in Central Florida, theme parks step up their security procedures- and OCPS tells parents it got a threat similar to the ones which other big school districts around the country have received. It’s the Friday news round table with Jason Garcia from Florida Trend Magazine, Erin Sullivan with the Orlando Weekly, and Darryl Owens with the Orlando Sentinel.
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Intersection host Matthew Peddie on stage at the Orlando Repertory Theater with actor Avis Marie Barnes, producer Beth Marshall and Orlando Rep creative director Jeff Revels. Photo: Isaac Babcock, Winter Park / Maitland Observer
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Intersection: Performing Arts In Central Florida


With TV, video games and attractions vying for attention, Central Florida’s performing arts venues are stepping up their game to get people in the door. Performing Arts from Shakespeare to interactive theater are on the move… but is everyone benefiting from the change?  
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Intersection: Friday News Round Table


Governor Rick Scott has struck a deal with the Seminole tribe to expand casino gambling in South Florida and, he says, pump billions into the state’s economy.Brevard County’s sheriff is calling on licensed gun owners to be on alert for terrorism.And as Donald Trump floats the idea of closing the US border to Muslims the mayor of St. Petersburg reacts, by banning Trump from his city.
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Intersection: Medical Marijuana In Florida


Florida is one of 23 states with laws that allow patients to access medical marijuana. The so-called Charlotte’s Web law was enacted last year, allowing some patients- including those who suffer from seizures- access to low THC medical marijuana. But more than a year on, those patients still haven’t been able to use the drug. So what’s the hold up?
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