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Spotlight: The Actomatics Are Gearing Up To Rock Delandapalooza


The fourth annual DeLandapalooza Music & Art Festival is coming up Saturday, April 11th. At least 150 local and regional acts will perform on 27 stages throughout historic Downtown DeLand. Festival goers will hear a variety of music from rock, to jazz, to country, along with some hip hop and metal. Local music-scene fixture, The Actomatics, will be performing.
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Russell Trahan plays school principal Steve Roland in “Coercion.” Photo: Timothy Hawk
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Spotlight: Playwrights’ Round Table Presents “Coercion”


This weekend, a Central Florida theater group will present a world-premiere play…but that’s nothing new for Playwrights’ Round Table. “PRT” has been staging never-before-seen plays for 17 years. It’s the only theatre group in Orlando dedicated solely to new stage work, from monthly writing workshops to national contests for finished scripts.
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Spotlight: TJ’s Seafood Shack


Here’s what you need to know about TJ’s Seafood Shack: gumbo. Well, OK, there are some other things you should know about it, such as that it’s a fast-casual restaurant (that means you order at the counter, then take a seat and wait for someone to bring you your food.) It’s on the east side of town, with a location in Oviedo and another on East Colonial Drive, which is the one I visited.
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Scott Joseph | Unfolding Napkin Etiquette


Fine dining etiquette might be a mystery to the average restaurant-goer. To help with that special night out, Orlando Restaurant Critic Scott Joseph offers some advice on this week’s Spotlight. But, it’s less for diners than it is – for servers.
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