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Archive for Friday, September 9, 2016

Miss Fringe Fest Already? Mini-Fest Coming This Winter

The two-week Orlando International Fringe Festival has become an institution within the central Florida arts scene and now, you wont have to wait until the annual event comes around again in May to experience it.
Published in Spotlight

Intersection: Zika Funding Failure, Clintons Swing Through I-4 Corridor, And Final Pulse Patient Goes Home

Congress failed to pass a Zika spending bill again as the number of Florida locally-acquired cases ticks up. At the height of it, Hurricane Hermine left tens of thousands of people in north Florida in the dark. How did Governor Rick Scott handle the first hurricane to hit the state in more than a decade?
Published in Central Florida News, Intersection, Pulse Shooting



God is a Scottish Drag Queen,FL Food Summit and OMART

The Orlando Fringe Festival loves the show called God is a Scottish Drag Queen. Funny title and I admit Ive never seen any of the multiple times the Orlando Fringe has brought it back to Orlando for special events, fundraisers, wedding showers the opening of a door…. I mean if they bring it back so much, it must be good. Or the actor in this one man show is gig-less and needs the cash. Either way, God is a Scottish Drag Queen, a very popular one man show comedy plays Saturday at 8 at the Plaza in the milk district. For details go to this website: mikedelamont.com Our state’s top food and farming entrepreneurs, policy makers, chefs, foodies and local ...
Published in Commentaries, Spotlight, The Daily City