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MIX 105.1 and 101.9 AMP Radio Present the 2nd Annual
Girls Night Out - Saturday, September 13, 2014
The Orchid Garden at Church Street Station

Compassionate Hands and Hearts Breast Cancer Outreach hosting THE DESIGNER DOZEN PURSES AND PRIZES Event at The 2nd Annual Girls Night Out. Proceeds from The Purses and Prizes Event will go to benefit CHHBCO.
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The Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership Center, part of the Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business offers nonprofit workshops, networking events and certificate programs. Join as a member today and take advantage of significant discounts, resources, and the ability to network and collaborate with your peers. 
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Fashion Friday - Chic in the City
Mariah’s Georgette dress; silver and leather statement necklace; and patent leather cat booties; are all by #SaintLaurentbyHediSlimane. All are from #SaintLaurent, #TheMallatMillenia. http://ow.ly/wfpVU #orlando #orlandolife #fashion #springfashion
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Fashion Friday - Chic in the City
Mariah wears an #Alice+OliverbyStaceyBendet leather crop top; and a full white skirt by #RobertRodriguez. Her white heels are by #GiuseppeZanotti; while her gold cuff; and gold ring; are by #José&MaríaBarrera. Her geometric cuff; and dangle earrings; are by #OscardelaRenta. All are from #NeimanMarcus, #TheMallatMillenia. http://ow.ly/wfpxt #Orlando #OrlandoLife #style #fashion #springfashion
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GOODBYE, WALLS - HOT REMODELING TRENDS INCLUDE MORE OPEN SPACE, UNIVERSAL DESIGN AND HIGH-TECH TOUCHES.
One of Willie Nelson’s most iconic country weepers was
“Hello, Walls,” written in 1961. Today, if the Red-Headed Stranger were booked to play a convention of remodelers and wanted to make the tune more topical, he might change the title to “Goodbye, Walls.”
Increasingly, homeowners are streamlining their interior spaces by knocking down barriers and creating open, flexible floorplans. That’s one of the most prevalent trends in residential remodeling noted by members of the Greater Orlando Builders Association’s Remodel and Design Council.
Remodeling is heating up as homeowners, buoyed by rising home values and bolstered by an increasing sense of confidence in their personal financial futures, are rebuilding, revamping and rejuvenating. Read more in our digital edition: http://ow.ly/whQ7n #Orlando #OrlandoLife #Remodel #home #interiordesign #The DesignTourist #UniversalDesign #Kitchens #Bathrooms
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Flavor - Galician Gastronomy - AN AUTHENTIC TASTE OF SPAIN NEAR RESTAURANT ROW.
You’ve eaten the paella. You’ve sipped the sangria. Now try an entirely different type of authentic Spanish cuisine. That’s the philosophy behind Lolailo The Original, a new restaurant in the Dr. Phillips area.
“Our dream was to teach Americans what real Spanish cuisine is,” says Adriana Mengual, general manager, whose mother, Rosa Mengual, owns Lolailo. “People think it’s like Latin food with rice and beans. We love that, too, but our cuisine is completely different.”
Yes, Lolailo serves a version of red sangria, one that tastes exactly like the kind you’d find in Madrid. Likewise, the restaurant’s Sunday brunch features all-you-can-eat paella, which originated in Valencia.
But from there on, the menu reflects the family’s roots in northwest Spain’s Galicia region, a hilly, autonomous community bordered by Portugal to the south and the Atlantic Ocean to the west and north.
Not only are the recipes Spanish. So are the ingredients and so is the chef, Jose Ramon Fernandez. “It was hard to find a chef here who cooks with our flavors, our seasonings,” Mengual says. “So we decided to bring a chef in from Spain.” Read more in our digital edition: http://ow.ly/whOl5 #Orlando #OrlandoLife #dining #restaurants #spain #RonaGindin
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The Grand Tour Gala Foundation and Orlando NACE Present: Dick Pope Legacy Hall of Fame Dedication Event at the Orange County Convention Center on June, 13th at 10am.
 
Immortalized on the walls of the Orange County Convention Center, The Dick Pope Legacy Awards honor leaders who strengthen the sustainability of Florida's hospitality and tourism industries, in honor of Dick Pope Sr., who founded Cypress Gardens in Winter Haven, Fla. in 1936 as the state's first park-like attraction, revitalizing Florida's tourism industry after World War II.  Pope was considered Florida's greatest promoter.   
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Keb’ Mo’ Is Better Than Ever At Bringing the Blues to O’do
It’s easy enough to get a sense of the musical reach of singer, guitarist and songwriter Keb’ Mo.’ Just check out the company he keeps.
He has recorded with blues violinist Papa John Creach and jammed with both virtuoso rock guitarist Albert “Master of the Telecaster” Collins and Big Joe Turner of “Shake, Rattle & Roll” fame. He’s also one of several musicians — including Bruce Springsteen, Don Henley and Bonnie Raitt — chosen to record songs for the recently released Jackson Browne tribute LP.
Most importantly, he can trace his musical bloodlines, not to mention two of his three Grammys, to albums featuring the mid-1930s songs of Robert Johnson, the seminal Mississippi Delta blues musician whose skills were such that some folks said he made a deal with the devil to acquire them.
Keb’ Mo’ — it’s a contraction of his given name, Kevin Moore — will perform at The Plaza Live June 6. His current tour coincides with the release of BLUESAmericana, an album that reflects his embrace of funk, R&B, Dixieland and Delta blues.
“I’ve always played different things,” he said recently, en route to a tour date in Connecticut. “If you’re in a cover band, you’re playing all these different types of genres. You’re not restricted to what you’re going to do, so why should I be restricted as a recording artist? But that’s what I do. I like all that stuff, too. I like cheap chords. I like expensive chords. And I love the blues.”
Visit plazaliveorlando.com for more information. http://ow.ly/wfi70 #Orlando #OrlandoLife #Keb'Mo' #ThePlazaLive #Blues #Music #Concert
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Main Streets: THORNTON PARK - The Heart of O’Town.
Its precise boundaries are a bit unclear, but most Orlandoans will tell you that if you’re within a few blocks of the southern or eastern shores of Lake Eola, you’re in Thornton Park.
This shady, largely residential slice of downtown is surely the most walker-friendly of any Central Florida neighborhood, in part because of its proximity to popular civic centerpiece Lake Eola Park — recently made even more inviting by the addition of world-class public art.
Thornton Park’s appeal is such that it is reproducing — spawning a subdistrict of its own dubbed the “South Eola District,” as in south of Lake Eola. That area includes several trendy restaurants and one of Central Florida’s up-and-coming entertainment venues, The Abbey.
But Thornton Park’s true geographical center might be the corner of Summerlin and Central avenues, one block east of the lake. From there you’re within a three-minute stroll of more than a dozen places to eat, drink, snack or sip coffee. You’ll also find a spa, a gallery, a B&B and a handful of boutiques and salons. Read more in our digital edition: http://ow.ly/wfzYw #Orlando #OrlandoLife #ThorntonPark #Neighborhoods #InsiderInfo
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Main Streets: RESTAURANT ROW - Love at First Bite.
This one is a culinary Main Street. You won’t find it on any official map. The name itself was invented in the early 2000s by Scott Joseph, longtime restaurant critic for the Orlando Sentinel and now a food blogger.
He applied it first to several new restaurants that were built near each other on Sand Lake Road in the Dr. Phillips neighborhood. Over the years, as older restaurants in the area prospered and new ones appeared, he broadened the term — and who are we argue, since it’s his coinage — to encompass other restaurants on Sand Lake and nearby on Turkey Lake Road and Dr. Phillips Boulevard.
Joseph, who only includes relatively high-end restaurants in his count, estimates that there are roughly 60 dining establishments in the area. Read more in our digital edition: http://ow.ly/wfyUF #Orlando #OrlandoLife #dining #restaurantrow #neighorhoods #insiderinfo
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