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Swamp Stomp, Central FL Fair and Orlando Ballet


“Swamp Stomp” at Orlando Harley. Listen to this…take an airboat ride, get a tattoo, drink a drink, vote on your favorite rebuilt bike, hang with snakes, watch an alligator fight and watch girls wrestle in mud all in one place at Swamp Stop March 7th through 15th at Orlando Harley.
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Environment

Scientists To Obama: Stop Atlantic Oil Exploration


Marine scientists from across the globe are joining a growing number of Floridians opposed to oil and gas exploration off the Atlantic coast. In a letter made public Thursday the 75 scientists warn the seismic testing would have a widespread and long-lasting impact on marine life.
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Tobacco Settlement- Orlando Federal Court


There’s a war being waged in federal court in Orlando – one that you may have thought was over years ago, when a jury concluded for the public in 1998 that for decades cigarette manufacturers knew that their products were harmful and addictive and that they’d been hiding that information from the public.
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Julie Martin, a certified music therapist, works with patients living with Alzheimer’s disease. Photo: Empath Health
Health

Music Soothes As Alzheimer’s Cure Sought


Nearly half a million Floridians today are living with Alzheimer’s. There’s no known cure. But as Health News Florida’s Megan Milanese reports, families are embracing therapies that make the disease a little less painful.
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