Only at Cliff Shuler Auctioneers & Liquidators, Inc. Live, Public Auction

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Come on down to Cliff Shuler Auctioneers & Liquidators, Located at 422 Julia St. Titusville, FL. 32796 -Sold As-Is, Where-Is, with no warranties, guaranties implied. No Buyer’s Premium! Come down and spend the day with us.

Check out our website for more details. www.soldfor.com
Estates, Consignments, City Surplus, Bankruptcies, Business Assets, Private Individuals, Lenders- Auctioning everything under the Sun, usually including the kitchen sink!

No Charge to Attend!
Gates open at 11:00 am
Auction Starts Promptly at 1 pm!
Over 1,300 Items!

Staying Overnight?
Fairfield Inn & Suites, 4735 Helen Hauser Blvd, off Hwy 50,(by I95) Titusville, FL 32780 offers us a special discounted room rate to pass on to you! Just ask for Shuler Auctioneers rates!!! Call Fairfield at 321-385-1818
Or Casa Coquina Bed & Breakfast, 4010 Coquina Ave, Titusville, FL 32780 321-268-4653 Both offering Shuler Auction discounted rates

Movies our LOUD! – Can’t Stop the Music

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Watermark Publishing Group and The Orlando Fringe present
MOVIES OUT LOUD!
Sponsored by The Abbey!

Cult Classics lampooned with hilarious commentary, hosted by comedian Jeff Jones and a special guest, celebrity co-host Michael Wanzie!

This month’s feature is the 1980 psudo autobiography of The Village People, “Can’t Stop the Music”

Tickets are only $10 or you can purchase an annual pass to Movies Out Loud for only $60

LGBTQ advocacy group urges Big 12 to pass on adding BYU

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An LGBTQ advocacy group has sent a letter to the commissioner of the Big 12 urging the conference to remove BYU from consideration for membership because it says the school has discriminatory policies.

Athlete Ally, a nonprofit group that works with sports leagues and organizations on educational and awareness programs, wrote in a letter dated Aug. 8 that “… through its policies, BYU is very clear about its intent to discriminate against openly LGBT students …”

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Movies Out Loud – Showgirls

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Watermark Media and Orlando Fringe present Movies Out Loud – Showgirls, hosted by Jeff Jones and Miss Sammy; presented by Watermark Publishing Group and the Orlando Fringe.

Join our host for the first Movies Out Loud of the season as she walks us through this 1995 classic. Starring Elizabeth Berkley as Nomi, a young drifter who arrives in Las Vegas to become a dancer and soon sets about clawing and pushing her way to become the top of the Vegas showgirls.

Doors open at 7 PM. Show at 8 PM. Drink specials and concessions available.

Tickets are $10 at the door. Discounts for Club Fringe members.
Purchase and annual pass and get all 10 shows for $60. (https://orlandofringe.ticketleap.com/movies-out-loud—annual-pass/)

Watermark’s 2016 Orlando Fringe Reviews

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Orlando Fringe turns 25 this year…. where did the time go? Wait a minute… it’s MAY and time for Orlando Fringe already? WHERE DID THE TIME GO?

Don’t worry, we are here for you with Watermark’s annual Orlando Fringe Reviews. From preview week to the final curtain call, Team Watermark is scurrying through the rainbow of venues, delivering the scoop on what’s worth seeing and what you can pass.

Each review will be published as its own article but you might want to bookmark this page, because it’s where all of the reviews will be posted throughout media preview week and the festival itself. Read them all after the jump: 

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Ted Cruz supports North Carolina trans bathroom restrictions

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WASHINGTON (AP) – Texas Sen. Ted Cruz says he supports the ability of North Carolina lawmakers to pass a law restricting bathroom access for gay and transgender people.

Cruz said April 14 during taping of a MSNBC town hall in Buffalo, New York, that states can pass such laws because “men should not be going to the bathroom with little girls.” Cruz says, “That is a perfectly reasonable determination for the people to make.”

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Georgia lawmakers pass bill shielding gay marriage opponents

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ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia lawmakers have sent a contentious bill protecting same-sex marriage opponents to Gov. Nathan Deal.

The proposal unveiled March 16 seeks to resolve years of heated debate concerns that various bills shielding religious people would excuse discrimination against gay, lesbian and transgender people.

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Florida Senate passes bill to remove gay adoption ban

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Tallahassee – The Florida Senate passed the Adoption and Foster Care bill (CS/HB 7013) with a vote of 27-11 which strikes the outdated language that prohibited gay people from adopting in the state of Florida.

The ban has been obsolete and unenforced since 2010, when it was ruled unconstitutional. The move to scrub the gay adoption ban language is part of a larger adoption bill that provides adoption benefits to state employees and incentive payments to community-based care groups. Of the 20 pages of bill language, just a single line applies to deleting the ban on adoption by gays.

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Tourism agency responds to religious objection law

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – An Indianapolis tourism agency is boosting its LGBT-friendly content as Indiana receives national criticism for its new religious objections law that opponents say could permit discrimination against gays and lesbians.

A message on the home page of www.visitindy.com says that all are welcome to visit the city, and a separate page highlights some of the businesses that supportive the lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender community.

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25 gay rights activists arrested in Idaho Capitol protest

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Boise, Idaho (AP) – Gay rights activists once again returned to the Idaho Capitol to protest lawmakers’ refusal to pass anti-discrimination protections, this time by refusing to leave the state’s bill-drafting offices.

Idaho State Police made 25 arrests, including six people who were arrested twice, March 16 for trespassing in the Statehouse. Protesters staged three different demonstrations March 16.

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