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Archive for Sunday, July 8, 2018



Spotlight: Enzo’s On The Lake

I thought it would be fun to take a look back at some of our classic restaurants, venerable dining spots that have withstood the vagaries of the industry and the fickleness of the public to endure and even thrive. This week: Enzo’s on the Lake. Enzo Perlini opened the restaurant in 1980 along with his then wife Jo Anne. They bought a private home on Lake Fairy and converted it from a house to a restaurant. The couple divorced in 2000 but they remained business partners. When Perlini was diagnosed with leukemia, he relinquished day to day operations to Jo Anne. Perlini died in 2006 at the age of 61. Jo Anne is still at the Longwood restaurant. So are ...
Published in Scott Josephs Restaurant Guide, Spotlight

Spotlight: Repticon, Free Movie, Vintage Shopping, Jazz & Seafood, and Hair.

Enjoy a reptile good time at Repticon slithering your way thru vendors offering reptile pets, reptile supplies, reptile feeders as well as live reptile seminars and frequent free reptile raffles. You get a gecko! You get a gecko! The snakey good time at Repticon Saturday and Sunday 10 to 4 at Osceola Heritage Park. The Amazon Treasure Truck is putting on a free family movie screening with free popcorn called Amazon Treasure Truck Summer Movie Series. The film to be screened is Hotel Transylvania. How timely! Enjoy the outdoors Amazonian activation fun Saturday at 6 at Blue Jacket Park. Enjoy vintage shopping and local food at the Advintage Fair & Flea Market all day Saturday 9 to 2 at the ...
Published in Commentaries, Spotlight, The Daily City



Intersection: What’s Next For Puerto Rican Evacuees?

A FEMA program thats been helping Puerto Rican families that have been living in hotels and motels has been extended for a few more weeks. Advocates have been going to court to seek more assistance. Denise Collazo, Chief of Staff of an advocacy group called Faith in Action, and Bob Cortes, Republican state representative, join us to talk about the outlook for these evacuees.
Published in Central Florida News, Intersection