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Archive for Friday, February 27, 2015

Spotlight: Scott Joseph on Ari Hibachi & Sushi

Ari, a sushi and Japanese restaurant, has opened in the Gateway Village just north of Orlando International Airport. Technically, this is a second location for a restaurant in Celebration. But this new Ari has added teppanyaki cooking to its repertoire. Thats the style of cooking where the guests sit around large griddles while the chefs make a lot of really unnecessary banging and clanging sounds with their spatulas, knives and even the salt and pepper shakers.
Published in Scott Josephs Restaurant Guide, Spotlight

Spotlight: Trash 2 Trends Fashion Show

One persons trash is another persons trend. At least thats the case for Orlandos second annual Trash 2 Trends recycled fashion show. Local designers have created outfits from items that would have ended up in a landfill. Instead they will end up on the runway Saturday night.
Published in Spotlight




Heart, Themed Art Show, Slava Snowshow and Dancing With Fringe

Is it getting HEART in here or is it just me? Universal Studios Mardi Gras is schlepping Ann and Nancy Wilson on stage to perform their hits Crazy On You, Magic Man, Barracuda and more as part of its Mardi Gras concert series Saturday February 28th at Universal Studios.
Published in Archives

Port Canaveral Car Manufacturing Partnerships

Port Canaveral isnt out of the car manufacturing partnership game just yet, according to port officials, even though earlier this month, it lost out on 100 new jobs and millions of dollars in economic impact when Volkswagen Group of America chose to locate a vehicle import complex at the Port of Jacksonville instead of Canaveral. Port CEO John Walsh currently is trying to woo seven other car manufacturers to occupy a future $85 million auto assembly facility by this year. That facility would put out 350,000 cars a year and could create thousands of jobs.
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