Networking for Writers

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Networking is a great way to learn about the industry, stay motivated and form connections that will enrich your career. The word may strike fear into writers’ hearts, but networking should also be fun and natural. Author Sarah Nicolas will provide tips on effective networking, both online and in-person, to help you take your writing career to the next level.

“An Ordinary Life”

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Dennis Enos presents his one man autobiographical show, “An Ordinary Life” at the Orlando Fringe Festival.  The show, directed by Jeremy Seghers, is a sometimes serious, sometime whimsical presentation of Dennis’s life.  Presented in just under forty minutes, Dennis hopes to show you that every little thing in life awaits our attention; attempting to teach us and prepare us for what comes next. But many of us are too busy waiting for the next big thing to happen. If we just pause and take notice, we will know why the bird sings.

“An Ordinary Life”

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Dennis Enos presents his one man autobiographical show, “An Ordinary Life” at the Orlando Fringe Festival.  The show, directed by Jeremy Seghers, is a sometimes serious, sometime whimsical presentation of Dennis’s life.  Presented in just under forty minutes, Dennis hopes to show you that every little thing in life awaits our attention; attempting to teach us and prepare us for what comes next. But many of us are too busy waiting for the next big thing to happen. If we just pause and take notice, we will know why the bird sings.

“An Ordinary Life”

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Dennis Enos presents his one man autobiographical show, “An Ordinary Life” at the Orlando Fringe Festival.  The show, directed by Jeremy Seghers, is a sometimes serious, sometime whimsical presentation of Dennis’s life.  Presented in just under forty minutes, Dennis hopes to show you that every little thing in life awaits our attention; attempting to teach us and prepare us for what comes next. But many of us are too busy waiting for the next big thing to happen. If we just pause and take notice, we will know why the bird sings.

“An Ordinary Life”

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Dennis Enos presents his one man autobiographical show, “An Ordinary Life” at the Orlando Fringe Festival.  The show, directed by Jeremy Seghers, is a sometimes serious, sometime whimsical presentation of Dennis’s life.  Presented in just under forty minutes, Dennis hopes to show you that every little thing in life awaits our attention; attempting to teach us and prepare us for what comes next. But many of us are too busy waiting for the next big thing to happen. If we just pause and take notice, we will know why the bird sings.

Halter Ranch Vineyard Dinner – Dove Cote Brasserie

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DoveCote welcomes Halter Ranch Vineyard to Orlando for their next pairing dinner series.  4 courses + 5 wines.  Halter Ranch Director of Sales Gene Zimmerman will introduce the wines.

RSVP: (407) 930-1700, info@dovecoteorlando.com

~FIRST~
OYSTER COLD BOWL
Avocado, Cucumber, Celery, Agua Fresca
HALTER RANCH VINEYARD GRENACHE BLANC 2015

~SECOND~
GNOCCHI “A LA VODKA”
Smoked Salmon, Tomato Confit, Horseradish
HALTER RANCH VINEYARD “CDP” (COTES DE PASO) 2013

~ENTRÉE~ 
DRY RUBBED & SLOW ROASTED CLEAR CREEK WAGYU BEEF BRISKET
Confit Potatoes, Trumpets, Bone Marrow, Bordelaise
HALTER RANCH VINEYARD CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2014

~DESSERT~ 
CRÈME BRÛLÉE
Vanilla, Caramelized Sugar
HALTER RANCH VINEYARD VIN DE PAILLE 2010

ZZ Top

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That Little ol’ Band from Texas” is at it again. More than 46 years after their formation in the Houston area, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees ZZ Top are hitting the road between mid-March and early May of next year. The Hell Raisers Tour will bring the trio to Ruth Eckerd Hall on Friday, April 29 at 8 pm. This will be their first show since their sold-out concert in 2013.

New Hamburger Mary’s Sashays into St. Pete

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Hamburger Mary’s, known as a bastion for fun and deep-fried debauchery, is an instantly recognizable staple for the LGBT community in cities across the nation. Aside from the two locations in Clearwater and Ybor City, there is now a new location that will be opening up next month in St. Petersburg.

The new establishment will set up shop at 2901 Tyrone Blvd., across from Tyrone Square Mall.

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RipTide 2016

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Picture it.

Orlando, 2016.

RipTide is in full swing, Typhoon Lagoon is packed with hot, nearly naked men and everyone is jamming out to Kesha’s blistering new single, “True Colors.”

Suddenly, the music halts. Cries of disappointment arise from the crowd and then….

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Orlando Fringe 2016 breaks all the right records!

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As we gear up for our BIG GAY WEEKEND, it’s worth noting that our other BIG GAY WEEKEND – well, not necessarily “gay” – Orlando Fringe busted its girdle with another great showing. We reviewed so many shows that our collective aesthete’s heart hurts, but credit is given where credit is due, and doo doo doo doo doo doo. Congratulations to everyone who makes this such a fantastic bout with histrionics annually. We couldn’t live without the weird, and we’d never let it go, even if it tried to run away, dress like a lion, throw its legs in the air, pick its wig.

We live for Fringe love. Here are the results of this year’s roundabout. See you next year!

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‘Arrow’ star Colton Haynes comes out as gay

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Former Teen Wolf star Colton Haynes says “terminal anxiety” is what prompted him to take a break from television.

The 27-year-old tells Entertainment Weekly in an interview published May 5 that he asked to step away from MTV’s Teen Wolf and the CW’s Arrow, on which he had a recurring role, because he cared more about his “mental and physical health” than his career.

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Tampa Pride marches into Ybor with a colorful parade

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Led by Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, the Tampa Pride parade was the highlight to a very successful celebration in Ybor City March 26.

The crowd was a melting pot of thousands from all walks of life wearing all the colors of the rainbow, and even some wearing next to nothing, lining the streets as hundreds marched, danced and tossed out beads.

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