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A flotilla of radio-controlled train klaxons mounted on swan boats

Arts & Culture Keith Lay conducts an experiment in sound with 'Distance Music at Lake Eola for Walking Audience, Train Horns and Brass Choirs' By Jessica Bryce Young | 10/22/2014
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Accidental Music Festival presents trailblazers the Living Earth Show

Arts & Culture Guitar-percussion duo proves that chamber music is far from stuffy By Jessica Bryce Young | 10/22/2014
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New WPRK show puts the focus on American contemporary classical

Arts & Culture Charlie Griffin's 'Zero Crossing' plays Glass, Reich, Part et al. alongside local modern composers By Jessica Bryce Young | 10/22/2014
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Theatre Downtown’s ‘Killer Joe’ is an energetic orgy of sex and violence

Arts & Culture In its penultimate production, Theatre Downtown takes audiences on the wildest redneck roller coaster in town By Cameron Meier | 10/22/2014

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A flotilla of radio-controlled train klaxons mounted on swan boats

A flotilla of radio-controlled train klaxons mounted on swan boats

Arts & Culture: Keith Lay conducts an experiment in sound with 'Distance Music at Lake Eola for Walking Audience, Train Horns and Brass Choirs' By Jessica Bryce Young 10/22/2014
Accidental Music Festival presents trailblazers the Living Earth Show

Accidental Music Festival presents trailblazers the Living Earth Show

Arts & Culture: Guitar-percussion duo proves that chamber music is far from stuffy By Jessica Bryce Young 10/22/2014
New WPRK show puts the focus on American contemporary classical

New WPRK show puts the focus on American contemporary classical

Arts & Culture: Charlie Griffin's 'Zero Crossing' plays Glass, Reich, Part et al. alongside local modern composers By Jessica Bryce Young 10/22/2014
Theatre Downtown’s ‘Killer Joe’ is an energetic orgy of sex and violence

Theatre Downtown’s ‘Killer Joe’ is an energetic orgy of sex and violence

Arts & Culture: In its penultimate production, Theatre Downtown takes audiences on the wildest redneck roller coaster in town By Cameron Meier 10/22/2014
Comedy + Dance + Theater + Art + Events + Literary + Family + Sports

Comedy + Dance + Theater + Art + Events + Literary + Family + Sports

Arts & Culture: Arts and Culture in Orlando this week 10/22/2014
Comedy + Dance + Theater + Art + Events + Literary + Family + Sports

Comedy + Dance + Theater + Art + Events + Literary + Family + Sports

Arts & Culture: Arts and Culture in Orlando this week 10/15/2014
‘Reflecting Florida’ offers a full day of eco-discussion at East End Market

‘Reflecting Florida’ offers a full day of eco-discussion at East End Market

Arts & Culture: Authors, artists and activists band together in panels presented by Bookmark It and the Center for Earth Jurisprudence By Jessica Bryce Young 10/15/2014
‘Prince of Los Cocuyos’: Richard Blanco’s hyphenated Miami youth

‘Prince of Los Cocuyos’: Richard Blanco’s hyphenated Miami youth

Arts & Culture: Memoir of growing up Cuban-American by America’s first Latino/immigrant/gay inaugural poet By Julie Schwietert Collazo 10/15/2014
Where to find better boos for your buck

Where to find better boos for your buck

Arts & Culture: Willing to put a few miles on the car? Try Howl-O-Scream in Tampa or A Shallow Grave in Winter Haven By Seth Kubersky 10/15/2014
Mad Cow launches 18th season with a strong performance of ‘Tommy’

Mad Cow launches 18th season with a strong performance of ‘Tommy’

Arts & Culture: Wesley Slade is extraordinary as the Pinball Wizard By Seth Kubersky 10/8/2014
OMA fall exhibitions offer personal takes on American iconography

OMA fall exhibitions offer personal takes on American iconography

Arts & Culture: ‘David Rathman: Stand by Your Accidents’ and ‘Lamar Peterson: Suburbia Sublime’ By Yulia Tikhonova 10/8/2014
At last, grand opening of Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

At last, grand opening of Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Arts & Culture: Plus Maitland Academy of the Performing Arts fundraiser and Florida Opera Theatre’s ‘Carmen’ By Seth Kubersky 10/8/2014
Orlando Ballet \'Uncorked\' offers an enlightening look behind the curtain

Orlando Ballet 'Uncorked' offers an enlightening look behind the curtain

Arts & Culture: Live Active Cultures By Seth Kubersky 10/8/2014
Here’s your haunted house hit list for Halloween Horror Nights 24

Here’s your haunted house hit list for Halloween Horror Nights 24

Arts & Culture: Plus a wish list for HHN25 By Seth Kubersky 10/1/2014
Beth Marshall Presents ‘The Trayvon Martin Project, Part 1: A Tribute’

Beth Marshall Presents ‘The Trayvon Martin Project, Part 1: A Tribute’

Arts & Culture: Six short plays explore race relations, modern parenting and gun ownership By Jessica Bryce Young 10/1/2014
‘Fractured Narratives: A Strategy to Engage’ at Cornell Fine Arts Museum

‘Fractured Narratives: A Strategy to Engage’ at Cornell Fine Arts Museum

Arts & Culture: CFAM’s fall exhibit is as close to a blockbuster as we’ve had in a long, long time By Richard Reep 10/1/2014
Fall Guide 2014: Visual Art

Fall Guide 2014: Visual Art

Fall Guide 2014: Art openings and events you won’t want to miss, Sept. 24-Nov. 18 9/24/2014
Live Active Cultures
Orlando Ballet \'Uncorked\' offers an enlightening look behind the curtain

Orlando Ballet 'Uncorked' offers an enlightening look behind the curtain

Arts & Culture: Live Active Cultures By Seth Kubersky 10/8/2014