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Scott Joseph | Shake Shack

How long would you wait in line for a really great burger?  Orlando Restaurant Critic Scott Joseph tackles that question in his review of Shake Shack. 
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Spotlight: “Gone With The Wind” Exhibit Sweeps Into Orange County Regional History Center

The 1939 film “Gone With the Wind” is not only a box office record-setter, it has also maintained a beloved and sometimes controversial presence in American culture. Its influence in pop culture is clear as well – for instance, you probably know how to complete the phrase, “Frankly, my dear…” A new exhibition at the Orange County Regional History Center celebrates the 75th anniversary of “Gone With the Wind” with memorabilia including costumes, props, screen tests, and more. Visitors can opt for an audio tour voiced by collection owner James Tumblin, the former head of hair and makeup for Universal’s movie studio. The History Center’s Kimberlee Riley gave 90.7’s Nicole Creston a tour of the “Gone With the …
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