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Mi Tomatina, the paella place in Winter Park’s Hannibal Square, is now Pepe’s Cantina. While Spanish may still be spoken here, the dialect is more Mexican than Catalan. And there’s a distinct Texas accent, as well. Published in Scott Josephs Restaurant Guide, Spotlight
When Orlando resident Benoit Glazer is at work, he has an audience – he’s the conductor for Cirque du Soleil’s “La Nouba” show at Disney Springs. But on Sunday nights, he has an audience at home, too. His living room seats 125 people and is built for good acoustics. Published in Central Florida News, Spotlight
A satellite launched into space last year is giving scientists new insight into carbon dioxide in our atmosphere and how it is warming the Earth.
This gives scientists an unprecedented global view of the greenhouse gas. Published in Central Florida News, Environment
The Department of Veterans Affairs will dedicate a new cemetery in Brevard County this afternoon. Construction of the Cape Canaveral National Cemetery in Mims began in March. Published in Central Florida News
Florida lawmakers, residents and Presidential candidates respond to the Paris attacks. These stories and more with the Orlando Weekly's Erin Sullivan, Frank Torres with the Orlando Political Observer, and Maria Padilla with Orlando Latino blog. Published in Central Florida News, Intersection