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Spotlight: Library Book Sale, Music Fest and Medieval Cardio

Find your new beach reads at the Friends of the Library annual Spring Book Sale! A great selection of fiction and non-fiction, recorded books, DVDs, CDs and more will be available for half price. The sale takes place May 18, 19 and 20 10am-1:30pm on the third floor of the Downtown Orlando Public Library. Bring a chair and get ready to enjoy great music and the spring weather with the outdoor concert series Rhythms at the Roost. Amp up your weekend with great bands, delicious eats and unique festival themes. Enjoy jazz, funk, blues and rock with a New Orleans flare from the NOLA Brass band. Rhythms at the Roost take place Saturday 6 to 10 at Cranes Roost Park, …
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Spotlight: Wine & Seafood Fest, Art , March and Podcast Party

Enjoy wine, beer and seafood specialties along with live music and entertainment during the Wine & Seafood Festival Saturday and Sunday starting at 10 at Lakeridge Winery and Vineyards. Go to lakeridgewinery.com A large art festival with live entertainment, vendors, sidewalk chalk art and more will be going on during the Uptown Art Expo Saturday and Sunday 10 to 5:30 at Cranes Roost Park in Altamonte Springs. Go to uptownartexpo.com March in solidarity with the students across the nation who are protesting the lack of common sense gun laws. March For Our Lives, Saturday 1 to 4 at Lake Eola Park. Go to marchforourlives.com Meet all the hosts of your favorite local Orlando Podcasts on the PFT Media Network during …
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Pokémon GO Craze

Pokémon Go is the latest incarnation of a 20-year-old media franchise that started with the Nintendo Game Boy and mushroomed into movies, manga, cartoons, console games and even trading cards. Since the game’s American release July 6, it’s been downloaded onto millions of phones, with 21 million active users by July 12. But you don’t need stats to know how popular the game is – unless you’ve been on an internet cleanse for the past two weeks, you’ve heard plenty about it. A media empire based on the concept of collecting “pocket monsters” seems a little silly, but money has been made on stranger things. In its current iteration, scorn seems to fall on those playing the game, particularly the …
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