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Archive for Friday, October 30, 2015

Spotlight: Morimoto Asia At Disney Springs

Morimoto Asia is the newest of the many celebrity led restaurants that are scheduled to open at Disney Springs. The celebrity here is Masaharu Morimoto of Iron Chef fame. Its not his only restaurant, and hes basically just licensing his name here, so dont visit expecting to see the Iron Chef, I dont know, ironing? in the kitchen.
Published in Scott Josephs Restaurant Guide, Spotlight





Intersection: Friday News Round Table

The bear hunt is over but not the controversy surrounding it. Then George OLeary abruptly ends his storied career with the University of Central Floridas football program but not in the winning style he would have wanted. And what about the terms of his contract?And Floridians Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush mixed it up in the third GOP presidential primary debate Wednesday night.
Published in Intersection

Halloween Events

All events take place on October 31st: In Windermere, enjoy a hayride, costume parade, trick or treating, storytelling all at 9:45 in the morning at Town Hall in Windermere. In Casselberry, enjoy trick or treating, music, dancing and food starting at dusk at Secret Lake Park in Casselberry. In Thornton Park, enjoy a costume contest, live music, a DJ, burlesque and a photo booth and people partying in Thornton Park. In downtown Orlando, Aloft Hotel is planning a huge Halloween party and you can ride the elevator home afterwards. Its called Halloween Hotel and it takes place in downtown Orlando. And as always, Orlando is wonderful.
Published in Archives



Contemporary Classical Music

Without new music, there is no music. That simple maxim is the unofficial motto of Orlando’s Accidental Music Festival, and its a viewpoint that’s shared by a new tribe of classical music fans. The idea of the classical listener as an elderly gray hair is an outdated one; festivals around the country like Big Ears and Bang on a Can draw mostly young crowds. And they showcase mostly young performers playing works by living composers. Locally, our classical offerings are steadily approaching the vanguard. This month marks the debut of Eric Jacobsen, the Orlando Philharmonics new music director, just 33 years old, and his first official concert included a piece by composer Gabriel Kahane, himself just 34. In 2012, the ...
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