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CFCArts' 'Drowsy Chaperone' bloatedly stumbles along
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-08-19


In its relatively short existence, CFCArts Theatre has shown steady improvement as it makes its mark on the Central Florida scene. But third-season opener “The Drowsy Chaperone,” which debuted Friday, is an unfortunate stumble backward. Several of the troupe’s usual strengths are on display, such as an impressively handsome set and a strong pit band, led by David Foust. But director Donald...(Read More)

'Saving Pulse Survivors' gets Orlando TV premiere
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-08-02


“Lifeline: The Untold Story of Saving the Pulse Survivors” is receiving an Orlando TV premiere. The documentary will air at 4 p.m. Saturday on WRDQ-Channel 27.The film explains that the Central Floridians who gave blood shortly before the Pulse nightclub attack in June 2016 helped save shooting victims’ lives.The documentary from OneBlood blood bank salutes those donors as unsung heroes.“Blood...(Read More)

'Dunkirk' review: By land, by sea and — especially — by air
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-07-18


With a bare minimum of dialogue, and a brutal maximum of scenes depicting near-drowning situations in and around Dunkirk, France, in late May and early June 1940, Christopher Nolan’s “Dunkirk” is a unique waterboarding of a film experience.Many will respond to it, primally, as a grueling dramatization of what the English call “the Dunkirk spirit,” one that turned a perilous mass evacuation...(Read More)

Smile! Your selfies may change look of theme parks

Smile! Your selfies may change look of theme parks
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-07-01


Selfies are encouraging theme parks and attractions to put their best faces forward.The rise of social media has turned sharing vacation snaps through apps into a marketing tool for the places they were taken. Whether the backdrop is a 200-foot-tall faux volcano or a plain purple wall, images carry messages around the world via Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and other platforms.“It has become absolutely...(Read More)

Bill Maher apologizes for using racial slur during interview on HBO

Bill Maher apologizes for using racial slur during interview on HBO
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-06-04


Bill Maher apologized Saturday for using a racial slur to describe himself as a house slave during a live segment for his HBO talk show.Maher's comment during his discussion with Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Nebraska, was quickly and broadly criticized after it aired on the comedian's "Real Time with Bill Maher" show Friday night.HBO said the remark was "completely inexcusable and tasteless"...(Read More)

Actors, staging give Dahl

Actors, staging give Dahl's dark 'Matilda' its oomph
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-05-11


In the roster of Broadway’s most famous girls, Matilda is a far cry from Little Orphan Annie. Where the red-headed moppet remained sunny, optimistically looking forward to “Tomorrow,” the title character of “Matilda the Musical” can at times be downright grim.That’s because the stage version of “Matilda” retains the delicious darkness that is a trademark of author Roald Dahl. The...(Read More)

The Glass Knife cafe coming to Winter Park

The Glass Knife cafe coming to Winter Park
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-05-03


A new dessert-centric cafe will be sweetening up Winter Park.The Glass Knife will open this fall at 276 S. Orlando Ave. in Winter Park with decadent desserts as well as a savory menu for breakfast and lunch, according to a news release.Local entrepreneur Steve Brown was inspired to create The Glass Knife by his mom, Jacque, who was a hobbyist baker. Her collection of 1920s glass cake knives inspired...(Read More)

Walt Disney World plans to deploy driverless shuttles at theme parks

Walt Disney World plans to deploy driverless shuttles at theme parks
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-04-29


Walt Disney World appears poised to launch the highest-profile commercial deployment of driverless passenger vehicles to date, testing a fleet of driverless shuttles that could cart passengers through parking lots and around its theme parks.According to sources with direct knowledge of Disney’s plans, the company is in late-stage negotiation with at least two manufacturers of autonomous shuttles...(Read More)

Release dates revealed for

Release dates revealed for 'Star Wars Episode IX' and next 'Indiana Jones' film
Written by Eric Gold on 2017-04-25


What's old is new again, and again and again as the release dates for the last of the new Star Wars films and the next installment of the Indiana Jones films received release dates.The announcement made on StarWars.com revealed “Star Wars Episode IX” will come out May 24, 2019 ahead of Memorial Day weekend. That's a return to the traditional release dates for Star Wars films. The first "Star...(Read More)





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