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Archive for Friday, December 29, 2017

Spotlight: StoryCorps DRIP

For the month of December, Spotlight has been bringing you StoryCorps interviews from central Floridas arts and culture scene. The conversations were recorded by 90.7 at Creative City Projects Immerse event in October. 
Published in Central Florida News, Spotlight

Spotlight: New Year’s Eve Events

Orlando Date Night Guide has a huge list of things to do in Orlando on New Years Eve so I say to myself I says why replicate their effort myself when I can just copy it? So full credit for the raw data included in my segment today goes to OrlandoDateNightGuide.com. For people who chose to have babies will enjoy Baldwin Parks New Years Eve street party. Food and drink is for sale and at midnight walk to the lake to enjoy a countdown and a fireworks show. Domu restaurant inside East End Market is offering an open bar with the good stuff, party gear, GIF booth, DJ Ricky Rico and a midnight champagne toast with a live stream of ...
Published in Spotlight, The Daily City

Spotlight: Mai Bistro In Mills 50

Mai Bistro, a Vietnamese restaurant, has opened in the Mills 50 district, bringing a bit of difference to the Asian-restaurant-rich neighborhood. Not only different, but very good. The menu features street foods of Vietnam — nothing new there, Hawkers and Mamak are also in the street food business. But Mai thats M-A-I brings a combination of fast- and quick-serve. And instead of the small-plate, Asian-style tapas servings, Mai Bistro offers full sized portions. Youre going to want a complete serving of the Sticky Rice, one of Mai Bistros specialties and a dish that is surprisingly hard to find locally. I love sticky rice and its one of my go-to street foods whenever Im in New Yorks Chinatown. In Vietnam, ...
Published in Scott Josephs Restaurant Guide, Spotlight







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