Archive for December, 2012

Lakeland band set to release second album in January.

LAKELAND – Matthew Lowry says it all goes back to when he seemed bored and restless – and his mom decided to do something about it. That wasn’t anytime recently for the 26-year-old Lakeland resident. “My parents started giving me piano lessons at the age of 5,” he said. “They said I was very bored, [...]

Maitland park offers serene setting for a Farmer’s Market.

MAITLAND – With names like Japalpeno Havarti to tempt the taste buds, Debbie Miller was fully prepared to tackle just about any taste a customer might have – in cheese. “Oh, my God, are you ready to try some?” Miller asked, as she took out a knife, then several blocks of cheese, and after carefully [...]

While common in cities, public transit finally riding into Poinciana.

POINCIANA – It’s fairly common in cities like Orlando and Kissimmee for local residents who don’t have a car to walk to their nearest bus stop, and find a linked route to reach whatever destination they want to get to. But as readily available as that service is for urban residents, it’s often much harder [...]

Central Florida Theatre In Process In-Cite: Weekend Picks!

Welcome to the New Year’s Edition of CENTRAL FLORIDA WEEKEND CHOICES and PICKS. A happy and inspirational New Year to all! Productions opening include: * GOAT’S “THE WORLD AIN’T ENDING: LOST VEGAS” NEW YEAR’S EVE BASH will be on Dec. 31 at 9 p.m. at the Greater Orlando Actors’ Theatre in Winter Park. This is [...]

Unicycles, gospel singing, and Stuff: That’s Amway entertainment.

ORLANDO – As the colors of the American flag were shining brightly on the videos screens inside the Amway Center arena, Charles Haugabrooks brought a massive audience to a moment of complete and total silence. He had the crowd entirely spellbound. He took a brief second to pause. Then Haugabrooks sang out the words “For [...]

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