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Archive for Friday, September 25, 2015

Putnam: Florida Faces Water Shortfall By 2030

Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam says Florida faces a water shortfall of more than a billion gallons daily by 2030. He addressed legislative and business leaders Friday in Orlando at the Florida Water Forum, on what he says will be the state’s largest long-term issue.
Published in Central Florida News, Environment

Intersection: Friday News Round Table

Florida Governor Rick Scott went to Kentucky to announce hes bringing jobs back to the sunshine state -- but was that trip necessary? Has Scotts grab for jobs gone too far? This story and more with our panel for the Friday news round table on Intersection.
Published in Intersection

Barktoberfest, Artlando, Date Night and Lunar Eclipse

Rescued pets available for adoption, pet microchipping and rabies vaccines, pet related vendors and food trucks this Saturday 10 to 4 at Lake Eola Park during Barktoberfest. Art vendors, film screenings, performing arts, cultural attractions, kids zone and food trucks this Saturday 11 in the morning until midnight at Loch Haven Park during Artlando. The Do Good Date Night connects couples with a local nonprofit for an hour of volunteering plus an hour of great food, drinks and good times. Including food provided by Cask & Larder, tickets at orlandodatenight.com theyre not cheap, but available. And finally, watch the mysterious blood moon using high power telescopes during the Full Lunar Eclipse Watching Party Sunday at 8pm at Seminole Sate College ...
Published in Archives

Conference Aimed at Boosting Black Business Talent Draws Changing Demographics

Thousands of black job seekers and aspiring entrepreneurs are in Orlando this week to shake hands with decision makers at companies across the globe. The National Black MBA Association is wrapping up its week-long conference and career expo. In nearly four decades, the event has earned a reputation for connecting recruiters with black talent. But thats changing. 90.7s Renata Sago went to the conference and spoke with members and partners who say theyre adapting to the new the face of the association, which is starting to look more and more like a mixed palette.
Published in Central Florida News