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Farmers Market Crawl

This weekend, I recommend doing a farmers market crawl. Go to every farmers market in the immediate Central Florida area and compare them to each other. Here are a few to start with. Friday nights, Deland has an evening farmers market 6 to 9 at Artisan Alley. Saturday mornings, there are several markets. Lake Mary hosts their farmers market at City Hall on Saturdays 9 to 1:30. Sanford hosts their farmers market in downtown Sanford at East First Street and Magnolia Avenue Saturdays 9 to 2. Winter Garden hosts their farmers market at 300 West Plant Street Saturdays 9 to 2. Winter Park hosts their farmers market at 200 West New England Avenue Saturdays 7 to 1. Sunday mornings, farmers …
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Another Year In Central Florida

Long before the advent of “#floridaman” or even the super-secret negotiations that brought us Walt Disney World, Florida was already a hotbed for unscrupulous behaviors and negotiations, all gelling into the sort of primordial ooze that lines the Everglades and/or the bedpans of the state’s notorious good ol’ boy network. 2014 brought us our own share of onerous governmental embarrassments, all of which are worthy of scrutiny.
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Campaign Aims to Get Floridians Hiking

If you’re looking for something to do on the first day of 2015, something that will kick-start your New Year’s resolution to work out and get fit – we might have an idea for you. The folks in charge of Florida’s state parks want you to “go take a hike.”
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