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Archive for Thursday, September 29, 2016




FILMMAKER WAKEFIELD POOLE AT GALLERY AT AVALON ISLAND

Florida is home to more famous artists than you might think after all, artists are as likely as anyone else to buy a vacation home or retire to the Sunshine State. But some, like Wakefield Poole, are genuine Floridians. Poole, one of the giants of experimental gay cinema in the 70s, grew up in Jacksonville and has since returned to his childhood hometown. In the 48 years (or so) in between, he lived a colorful life, to put it mildly.
Published in Commentaries, From the Pages of Orlando Weekly





Zika Funding Blocked In US Senate Vote

The U.S. Senate has again blocked a bill that would have provided funds to help combat the Zika virus. On Tuesday, the bill that temporarily would have funded the federal government and also included Zika funding did not have enough votes to pass.
Published in Central Florida News




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