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Archive for Monday, January 4, 2016






Spotlight: Find Plant-Based Menu At Daya

A lot of vegans and plenty of people who just like good, creative food regardless of the central protein mourned the loss of Cafe 118. Perhaps not enough to have kept the raw-food restaurant in business, but thats another matter. If those folks want a second chance to support a vegan restaurant on Park Avenue, or really close to it, they can get behind Daya. Not necessarily a raw food concept, Dayas menu is totally plant-based.
Published in Scott Josephs Restaurant Guide, Spotlight

Murder Mystery, Bubble Tea and SAK Comedy

Private eye Butt Kapinski invites you to co-star in a film noir murder mystery play. Edmonton journal called it the riskiest show in town. The show runs this evening at 8, Saturday at 8 and Sunday at 3 at Orlando Shakespeare center. For tickets go to orlando shakes.org. Go give the new bubble tea purveyor Bubbology a try. Grab one of the honeydew, Assam, or jasmine milk teas or a lychee, kumquat or Kimi fruit tea. Bubbology is inside the Florida mall dining pavilion. Sak comedy lab has multiple comedy shows tonight, Saturday and Sunday. Choose from duel of fools, King of the hill and gorilla theatre.  The shows are performed by professional improvisers in a fun family friendly setting. ...
Published in Commentaries, Spotlight, The Daily City

Demand Grows For Orlando Food Assistance Program

Orlando may be the most popular tourist destination in the US, but it has a long way to go to address hunger, homelessness and poverty. Eric Gray, executive director of the Community Food and Outreach Center, is working to try and move people above the poverty line.
Published in Central Florida News



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