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Archive for Friday, January 29, 2016

Spotlight: Lucy Bleuz Cafe

Sligh Boulevard is an interesting little pocket of quaint. Specifically, the stretch of Sligh that runs in front of the train station where for decades Amtrak trains have stopped for passengers to get on and off, and more recently SunRail has started doing the same. If you sit and face the depot you could forget that downtown Orlando is mere blocks north, or that the massive campus of Orlando Health looms just behind.
Published in Scott Josephs Restaurant Guide, Spotlight





Vietnamese New Year,Pet Rescue, Zora Fest and East End Market

A cultural festival with Vietnamese Street food, pageants, lion and dragon dancers, karaoke and games is happening called Vietnamese New Year Saturday 10:30-5 and Sunday 8:30-5 at the Central Florida Fairground. Admission is free. There’s a Pet rescue festival with adoptable dogs, trainers, pet sitters, pet communicator, pet boarding services, food trucks, entertainment rescue groups at Pookie’s Rescue Fest Saturday, January 30 at Lake Lily Park. For more info go to pookiesrescue.org. The Zora Neele Hurston festival continues with a special benefit brunch celebrating Zora and big hats At an event called Hatitude Party and Brunch Saturday at the doubletree by Hilton Orlando. For details go to zorafestival.org. And finally there’s a day of activities, workshops, a volunteer fair to ...
Published in Commentaries, Spotlight, The Daily City







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