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Lakeland-based singer-songwriter and musician Michael McArthur discusses the creative process behind his first full-length album, "Ever Green, Ever Rain." Published in Intersection, Intersection Sessions
The Orlando Fringe Winter Mini-Fest is happening this weekend. Among the shows chosen for the mini-fest is “Shakespeare’s Ghostbusters," a stage adaptation of the iconic 1984 film performed in Shakespeare-esque language. Published in Central Florida News, Spotlight
The Groveland Four have been pardoned. The nearly 70 year old case where four black men were falsely accused of raping a white woman was discussed by the state’s clemency board Friday. Published in Central Florida News
One South Florida Water Management District board member says he's concerned for Everglades restoration as Gov. Ron DeSantis calls for resignations from the entire board. Published in Central Florida News, Environment