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Orange County Regional History Center Executive Director Pamela Schwartz. Photo: Orange County Regional History Center

Orange County Regional History Center appoints new executive director

The Orange County Regional History Center has a new executive director. The museum announced last week that Pamela Schwartz, previously the center’s chief curator, would be taking on the position. Schwartz joins Intersection to discuss the museum’s exhibit for the fifth anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting, their ongoing COVID-19 collecting project and what’s next for the center. 
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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.

Spotlight: Vintage Market, TED Talks, Disney in Concert, and Safe Trick or Treating

The Vintage Market shopping event is a fun day of local vendors, food trucks, and drinks. The Vintage Market takes place Sunday 2 to 6 at The Abbey. The theme this year for the annual TED Talks Orlando event is “Home.” There will be three sessions of people getting up and giving Ted Talks examining family relationships, our environment, Global issues and more — all offering a unique glimpse into what “home” means. Ted Talks Orlando is Saturday 1 to 6 at Full Sail Live in Winter Park. Enjoy watching the classic film “The Nightmare Before Christmas” while the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra plays the entire score right in front of you while seated inside the beautiful Dr Phillips Center for …
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Spotlight: PechaKucha, Maitland Art Museum, Orlando Shakes and History Center

A large lineup of speakers from all walks of life and professions deliver entertaining and thought provoking presentations in an evening of learning called PechaKucha. However, different from durge-like slothy learning events during which a speaker goes on and on with no care placed towards pace, PechaKucha keeps the speed and energy alive by limiting its speakers to 5 minute talks punctuated by a maximum of 20 slides forwarding behind them on a large screen every 20 seconds… PechaKucha takes place tonight at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. A self-guided walk thru of the Maitland Art Center’s newest exhibit “Fiber” mixes with live music, literature readings, a cash bar and socializing to create a relaxed and intelligent evening …
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Spotlight: “Gone With The Wind” Exhibit Sweeps Into Orange County Regional History Center

The 1939 film “Gone With the Wind” is not only a box office record-setter, it has also maintained a beloved and sometimes controversial presence in American culture. Its influence in pop culture is clear as well – for instance, you probably know how to complete the phrase, “Frankly, my dear…” A new exhibition at the Orange County Regional History Center celebrates the 75th anniversary of “Gone With the Wind” with memorabilia including costumes, props, screen tests, and more. Visitors can opt for an audio tour voiced by collection owner James Tumblin, the former head of hair and makeup for Universal’s movie studio. The History Center’s Kimberlee Riley gave 90.7’s Nicole Creston a tour of the “Gone With the …
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