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Every Friday afternoon, Mark Baratelli, publisher of  The Daily City, shares his picks for can’t-miss weekend events in Central Florida.
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Spotlight: Grandma Party, Holiday Dinner for the Animals, and The Rein-Dog Run


This year has seen an unprecedented amount of holiday shopping events in Orlando. I’ve been paying attention to this town since 2009 when I started my blog and never, and I mean never have I seen so many pop up this and market that and, well, I love them all. And this one I love the most. Probably because it’s one of the first ones I attended years ago and because it’s weird. Grandma Party is a shopping event with kick and pizazz. It’s not upscale spider plants in beaded macramé hangers class-a-frass, it’s not redneck mee-maw oven mitt Lularoe hot garbage, it’s just, how do you say … Grandma Party. Go see it Sunday starting at 10 at Stardust …
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Image: Assorted Zines, Orlando Zine Fest Facebook page
From the Pages of Orlando Weekly

Orlando Zine Fest


Earlier this year, Orlando Weekly profiled 10 local zine artists who are breathing new life into a form that’s hundreds of years old. So it’s exciting to know that just four months later, a three-day festival will showcase three times as many zines. The trope that “print is dead” is tired, and demonstrably untrue – while print is undergoing an evolution, young, forward-looking artists and writers know that there’s no more exciting way to put your work in someone’s brain than by putting it in their hands. If you aren’t swayed by the artistic argument, think about this: Many of the most important philosophical and ethical battles in our nation’s history, from the American Revolution to the Civil War to …
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Image: Grandma Party, facebook.com/grandmaparty
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Grab N Go Art Show, Grandma Party and More


Twenty of Orlando’s top visual artists each have a piece of art for sale at $100 or less at the “Grab N Go Art Show” at Art Services Ink tonight at 7 in Orlando. The once a year creative cacophony of vintage, jewelry, sculpture, art, handmade, paper goods and more aka Grandma Party is back Sunday 10 to 6 in the Stardust Coffee parking lot.
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