Archive for January, 2015

Selfies on the campaign trail: one candidate’s social media creativity

BELLE ISLE — Larry Miles may quickly be becoming known as the selfie king. In the past few weeks, he’s stopped a number of fellow residents of Belle Isle to ask them to take a selfie with him — photos that he then posts on his social media sites. “I stop and say, ‘Hey, I’m [...]

The apartment in cinema: the walls of terror

There’s a building boom going on in downtown Orlando, a healthy return for the construction industry that got battered during the Great Recession, and a sign that “growth” is once again becoming a critical engine for economic development in Central Florida. This time, though, the boom is not for single family houses, or for subdivisions [...]

Some thoughts on Naked Rage Theatre

It’s rather interesting to note that a lot of the criticism of the video game “Assassin’s Creed Unity” is not being made from an artistic perspective, or one focusing on the quality of this video game compared to many others — but from politicians. The newly released game is set in Paris during the French [...]

Freelining with Mike Freeman: A fond farewell to a great friend

It’s been said that acts of kindness, provided to one who has so rarely had the benefit of experiencing them, can transform a personality — to turn the cynical into the hopeful, to sooth the angry and make them tranquil. There are people who will counter that suggestion, and point to ornery folks they knew [...]

Freeline Media Review: “To Kill a Mockingbird”

ORLANDO — As the lights go down inside the Orlando Shakespeare Theater’s Margeson Theater and the production of “To Kill a Mockingbird” is about to start, you might feel tempted to pose some questions to yourself before it begins. Namely, how is a theatrical version likely to compare to the classic novel by Harper Lee, [...]

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