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In remembrance and honor of the victims of the Pulse tragedy and their families, The Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association and its community partners are offering a free event for the LGBTQ+ community. Volunteer attorneys will prepare simple wills, durable power of attorney, healthcare surrogate and living wills free of charge. To schedule an appointment call 407-841-8310, ext. 3167.
Based around the terrorist attack on the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, The Day Before Yesterday chronicles the lives of three couples over the course of 72 hours, from before the attack when they were strangers living in Paris, Miami, and Brooklyn, to the next morning when they collectively take refuge at a nearby apartment.
Join us for this workshop series at Maitland Public Library to discover the Art of reducing and living smaller. Creating a smaller footprint, saving money and living your dreams.
This is the first Workshop in a series of 4. At the end, you should have your own strategy and plan to get your life back on track with less stress.
Workshop is FREE to the public.
Since beginning her career covering such stories as the conflict in Kosovo and the disputed Pakistan-India border, photojournalist Ami Vitale has let one principle guide her work: to live the story. That means she’s gone to tremendous lengths to capture the power of the human spirit even in the face of adversity — living in mud huts, contracting malaria, and braving civil war in Guinea-Bissau. But soon, another philosophy began to overtake her work: “you can’t talk about humanity without talking about nature.” Thus, she chronicles her journey from documenting warzones to helping to reintroduce rhinos to the wild, and donning a panda costume to remain anonymous among the giant mammals.
Our 2016-2017 National Geographic Live! season tickets are on sale now. Call 813.229.7827.
Victory Productions presents Assisted Living: The Musical®
Show date: Sunday, July 31, 2016
Show times: 3 p.m. & 6 p.m.
Tickets start at $35.00
Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater
Assisted Living: The Musical® is an 85-minute, one-act vaudevillian revue. The show’s host couple enters heaven, suspecting their son pulled the plug to get his hands on Dad’s vintage Corvette. They don’t seem to mind. Instead, the couple fondly remembers Pelican Roost, an active, full-ser¬vice retirement community. There, the two actors play eighteen different characters who sing and dance, revel and kvetch, celebrate and bloviate their way through later life. The humor is pointed without mocking. The songs are evocative, clever and quick, featuring: “Help! I’ve Fallen (For You) and I Can’t Get Up,” “My Hide”, “The Uplifting Viagra Medley” and MANY more. You’ll get to know such characters as:
Naomi Lipshitz-Yamamoto-Murphy regularly upgrades her living arrangements as an unintended con¬sequence of spousal mortality.
A Stetson-ed lawyer promises that legal com¬pensation hides in every act of aging.
A Wellness Center nurse actively – very actively – recruits organ donors.
A 93-year-old Cadillac owner redefines “Drive-Thru Window.”
A frenetic hypochondriac chases…
Well, you get the idea. Each one is living his and her life — in the moment — to the max.
Meet other + guys in Tampa Bay. Talk about sex, relationships, health updates and more in a private setting.
Help Break the Stigma in Tampa Bay!
Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been living with HIV for years, everyone 18 and over are welcome.
Gift Cards – Snacks and Beverages – Specialty Condoms and Lube
The first annual Barber Fund Golf Tournament raised $8,000, which will be used to help people living with cancer.
78 golfers teed off for the April 16 event at MetroWest Golf Club.
The United States now has a National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the next five years.
President Obama signed the executive order implementing the updated strategy July 30.
I did something recently I swore I would never do. I joined an HIV support group.
My reason for not ever seeking out a support group for the disease I’ve lived with for nearly 23 years was not exactly a noble one. What I was afraid would happen was that there would be a bunch of “newbies” who might be as much of an emotional mess as I was when I was newly diagnosed. I have to regularly deal with some whacked out newcomers in AA and I just didn’t think I wanted to go through that with HIV.