Business in Colonicaltown South - Orlando, FL

Heavy Weight (Level 45): Porters and Stouts are rich with both history and flavor. Roasty, dark, and delicious, these two styles helped start it all. That’s 225 different beers with the style of Porter or Stout. Try 5 more to unlock Level 46.

I didn't have to look far to find a Lime bike. Less than a block from Orlando Weekly's front door, before I even had a...

Damon McMahon, the central figure of Amen Dunes, evolved from producing sparse bedroom experiments to recruiting Montreal’s post-rock collective Godspeed You! Black Emperor to produce...

Downtown’s only monthly goth night turns four this week, proving that no matter what your mom says, it’s not just a phase. Resident DJ Lavidicus...

Tickets are on sale now for the straight-from-New York City theatrical spectacle “Ajijaak on Turtle Island,” coming to Baraboo’s historic Al. Ringling Theatre.

Welcome to The Hope
The Hope Church is A Church for All People located in the heart of “The City Beautiful,” Orlando, FL. Here you will discover a warm and friendly atmosphere reflective of the love of Jesus Christ. In addition to practical Biblical preaching and teaching, you will experience inspirational worship coupled with elements of music and arts. Our Vision is to change the community by meeting the needs of the total man. We invite you to fellowship and grow with us…

This month, CalArtians Heather Henson (Theater 00) and Ty Defoe (Theater BFA 10) will launch a four-city national tour of their play Ajijaak on Turtle Island . Co-directed by visionary …

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CFE ONLINE News from the Diocese of Central Florida
Music Lovers Can ‘Sing to the Rafters’ at St. John the Baptist, Orlando January 15, 2019 • CFE Staff • DIOCESAN FAMILY • EVENTS • REACHING OUT
Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist
Music lovers can learn all about the power of voice and then some when GIA Publications holds its “Sing to the Rafters” event from 9:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., Saturday, March 9, at the Episcopal Church of St. John the…