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Archive for Friday, November 11, 2016


Intersection: Come Out with Pride

A hurricane may have delayed Orlandos Come Out With Pride event, but the LGBT community and its allies are ready to take to the streets of downtown for the annual Come out With Pride event.
Published in Intersection


Intersection: Let the Election Healing Begin

A nation divided. Anyone on social-media can see that the choice for president polarized friends and co-workers and had thousands of Clinton supporters changing their profile picture with a black square in mourning. But now that we have a president-elect, and the transition of power has begun, can Americans move on?
Published in Intersection

Gay Pride,Veterans Day Parade, Lake Nona, OMART, Holiday Market and WriMo

Those gays are back again with their flags, their short haired ladies and their parade for the annual Gay Pride Parade  in Lake Eola Park Saturday 3 to 7. Those Veterans are back again with their flags, their short haired ladies and their parade for the Veterans Day Parade in downtown Orlando Saturday 11 to 1. See what I did there? Enjoy 21 restaurants, dessert makers, and catering services each serving up samplings of their best dishes at Taste of Lake Nona at Lake Nona Courtyard and Residence Inn Saturday 6 to 9. A room full of Christmas trees decorated by rich people and their decorators await you inside the Orlando Museum of Art during Festival of Trees Saturday and ...
Published in Commentaries, Spotlight, The Daily City

Orange County Law Enforcement Agencies Kick Off “Operation Safe Holiday”

Law enforcement agencies across Orange County are partnering to prevent crime over the holiday season. The effort, called Operation Safe Holiday kicks off Friday with a message from newly re-elected county sheriff Jerry Demings and Orlando Police Chief John Mina to have fun, but stay vigilant. As part of the safety effort agencies plan to work with homeowners associations and private security teams in the areas retail and tourism industry.
Published in Central Florida News

Humana Brings Virtual World War II Memorial To Kissimmee

Central Floridians got a chance Thursday to experience the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. via virtual reality. The free interactive tour allowed people to feel as if they were at the memorial themselves, though they hadnt left the Humana Guidance Center in Kissimmee.
Published in Central Florida News



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