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Image: Grace Kelly and Cary Grant in To Catch a Thief (1955)
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Spotlight: Model Trains, Movies and Pop Up Shops


See a convention center full of the latest model trains, accessories, collectibles and more when Orlando gets a visit from the National Model Train Show Saturday and Sunday at Orlando Convention Center. For info go to nationaltrainshow.org. Set in 1995, a teenager in Manhattan discovers her father is having a 1995 affair in 1995. The film “Landline” is playing all weekend at Enzian Theater, recently named by some national magazine (don’t ask me which one because I don’t read magazines because I am a millennial) as the coolest theater in Florida. For tickets and info go to enzian.org. Local entrepreneurs and creatives show off their wares in a friendly apartment lobby environment at Sip & Shop Pop Up …
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Image: screen capture from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, enzian.org
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Spotlight: Karaoke, Art Exhibits and A Midsummer Night’s Dream


A trap house is a term used to define a crack house, or the surroundings in which a drug dealer or trap star would use to make their profit. What do you think Trap Karaoke look like? Well now’s your chance to see it! Trap karaoke is tonight at 8 at Venue 578 in downtown Orlando. An art show featuring art made from discarded paper products is taking place tonight and tomorrow called “Paper- an Artifact of the Future” at the Gallery of Avalon Island in downtown Orlando. Another art show you should check out is an exhibition from artists Richard Reep and Dina Mack that connects their work to an exploration of ritual, repetition, form and the intimacy of …
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Image: James Baldwin in I Am Not Your Negro (2016), imdb.com
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Money Show, Musicals, Enzian and Taste of Oviedo


350 dealers will be buying and selling coins, gold and silver and all this paper at the National Coin and Money Show tomorrow at the Orange County Convention Center. For details go to nationalmoneyshow.org. Two actors play 18 different characters in a retirement community in a musical called “Assisted Living the Musical” tomorrow at 1 and 6 and Sunday at 2. For details go to assistedlivingthemusical.com. A documentary about writer James Baldwin’s relationships with Malcolm X and Martin Luther King called “I am Not Your Negro” is playing all weekend at Enzian Theatre. For tickets go to enzian.org. 200 restaurants and food vendors will be on hand during the Taste of Oviedo Saturday 10 to 6. For directions go to …
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Image: Tom Rankin: Handmade gravestones, crealde.org
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Photographs, Film & Theatre


For over 25 years, North Carolina photographer Tom Rankin documented rural churches and their surrounding sacred landscape. See his work on display and hear him speak about it at the Crealde School of Art Saturday 500-8:30. For more info go to crealde.org. The Florida Film Festival continues this weekend with screenings at both the Enzian Theatre and the Winter Park Village. Now in its 25th year, the Florida Film Festival is an Oscar qualifying festival, premiering the best in current, independent, and international cinema. The festival has 170 films and first-class events. Film lovers mingle with filmmakers and celebrities over hand-crafted cocktails and a delicious menu at Eden Bar and inside the theater at Enzian. For more information go to …
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