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As SunRail ridership declines, operators ask why


SunRail is running on this Columbus Day morning. It’s a holiday for some workers, but the commuter train is running Monday as usual. Steve Olson of the Florida Department of Transportation says operators don’t know how the holiday will affect ridership. He says ridership is down since SunRail opened in May, and operators are trying to figure out why. They think it might be the recent soggy weather or schools going back into session. “Certainly after a strong start I think the expectation was maybe we would be at that point where we were. Maybe a little higher. So we may be scratching our heads a little here and saying, Why the fall-off?” Construction scheduled to begin next year on …
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Scott Joseph | Leaky Cauldron


Orlando restaurant critic Scott Joseph recently dined at the Leaky Cauldron at Universal’s Diagonalley. He says the best thing on the menu is that old British standby: Fish and Chips.  
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Brides Against Breast Cancer, Mellencamp Art, Barks & Burgers


Hundreds of designer bridal gowns in a wide range of sizes, styles and designers for a fraction of their normal price, along with an assortment of bridal accessories, shoes & veils will be for sale at the MIX105.1 Pink Pop-Up Pavilion aka a giant trailer you walk through, parked at the Southern Women’s Show at the Orange County Convention Center now until Sunday, 10 to 7. The Southern Women’s Show is not free, but it’s cheap. The money raised from the gowns goes towards Brides Against Breast Cancer.
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