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Archive for Friday, December 5, 2014

PB&J Theatre Factory, Gingerbread Houses and Tree Lightings

In the quiet mountain town of Sugar Falls, the locals are knee deep in the season: two shopkeepers in fierce competition battle it out for customers, the local post office is desperately trying to make sure cards are delivered on time, and the trees at the local tree lot dance for customers in hopes of being bought. This whole scenario is the premise for Sleigh, a live stage show performed with no dialogue by the amazing theatre troupe known as PB&J Theatre Factory. The show runs December 17th through the 21st at Rollins College. Call 4075745794 for tickets.
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Lake Pickett North Redevelopment and Prime Therapeutics Specialty Pharmacy Adds Jobs

Fort Myers-based Lake Pickett North, the new owner of about half of the 100-year-old Rybolt Ranch cattle farm in east Orlando, has submitted plans to Orange County to redevelop all 1,435 acres of the ranch into a mixed-use development. The project would include 1,999 homes and nearly 100,000 square feet of commercial space. Lake Pickett North recently bought about 700 acres of mostly grazing and agricultural land from Rolling R. Ranch, an entity created by the Rybolt family, and plans to buy the rest of the property at a later date.
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Orlando Protesters Call for Justice

Carrying signs with messages like Hands Up, Dont Shoot and Black Lives Matter, protesters chanted and stopped traffic at an Orlando intersection Thursday evening.
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