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Best of Orlando 2010 - Orlando Weekly Newsletter 7-15-2010

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Thursday, July 15, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

Orlando Weekly Issue Contents 7/15/2010


Cover Story

Best of Orlando 2010 This year's Best of Orlando issue was written by Jason Ferguson, Jim Gaines, Faiyaz Kara, Seth Kuber... | By Orlando Weekly Staff


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BLOGGYTOWN: Rants, screeds and measured debates, updated daily by our crack editorial staff.

BEATDOWN: Taking on music one pimp-slap at a time.

SALIVATION ARMY: Marching orders for Orlando's hungry. Fresh chow daily

CULTURE 2 GO: Arts, culture and film coverage that keeps you in the loop.

CLASSIFIEDS: Find what you need in Orlando's best classifieds.

ENTER TO WIN: Loads of free stuff every week.


News

Best of Orlando 2010 This year's Best of Orlando issue was written by Jason Ferguson, Jim Gaines, Faiyaz Kara, Seth Kuber... | By Orlando Weekly Staff

Columns

Happytown In the high-stakes, win-at-any-cost culture of today's higher learning institutions, it can get easy for young minds to grow so panicked over stats | By Billy Manes and Justin Strout
Police Beat An unknown number of suspects stole a pack of gum and a flashlight from a garage while the victim slept inside her house | By Casey Morell
Comments Singin' in the rain Went to both 4th Fest and I-4 Fest, it was a little disappointing with 4th Fest...
Free Will Astrology ARIES (March 21-April 19): "Thou shalt not kill" is a crucial rule for you to follow, and not just i... | By Rob Brezsny
Council Watch This week's slip-n-slide into the garden wall of questionable taste launched with a particularly harrowing conundrum | By Billy Manes
Savage Love My boss/CEO lives and works in a different city, but most of her mail arrives at my office because it is the company's official address | By Dan Savage

Arts + Culture

Live Active Cultures Please pardon this pastoral interruption, but it's tough to focus with a cartoon-cute red squirrel snacking on birdseed 4 feet in front of you | By Seth Kubersky
Phantoms of liberty The secret meetings and backroom deals behind America's independence | By Joe Tropea

Music

This Little Underground Atlanta's Howlies (July 5, the Social Backroom) are one of the best trad-garage bands to come through in some time | By Bao Le-Huu
Beyond monsters There's more to Nekromantix than just the horror business | By Reyan Ali

Film

DVD Nuts! Lesser-seen OW-approved titles | By Justin Strout
Four sides to every story The Square | Review by Justin Strout

Food & Drink

Summer daze When it's hotter outside than the devil's undies, have a drink | By Payman Bahmani


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Orlando Weekly Newsletter 6-17-2010

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Friday, June 18, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

Orlando Weekly Issue Contents 6/17/2010


Cover Story

Killing the messenger The takedown of an Orlando radio pirate | By Justin Strout


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BLOGS

BLOGGYTOWN: Rants, screeds and measured debates, updated daily by our crack editorial staff.

BEATDOWN: Taking on music one pimp-slap at a time.

SALIVATION ARMY: Marching orders for Orlando's hungry. Fresh chow daily

CULTURE 2 GO: Arts, culture and film coverage that keeps you in the loop.

OTHER

MYSPACE: Come check out Orlando Weekly's MySpace page.

FACEBOOK: Coming soon!

CLASSIFIEDS: Find what you need in Orlando's best classifieds.

ENTER TO WIN: Loads of free stuff every week.


News

Killing the messenger The takedown of an Orlando radio pirate | By Justin Strout
Trash talk Tenants and neighbors of a Sanford business park want to raise one stink to prevent another | By Jim Gaines

Columns

Comments The Muggles speakI think the Harry Potter attraction [Culture2Go blog, "A first look at Universal'...
Savage Love I'm a woman in my 20s, and I've been dating the love of my life for two years now. | By Dan Savage
Police Beat A guy ran out of Wal-Mart on South Goldenrod Road with two flat-screen TVs in his arms and actually got away. Go steroids. | By Jim Gaines
Happytown A loud rattling cough of protest could be heard throughout the county last week when somehow word leaked | By Billy Manes and Justin Strout
Free Will Astrology ARIES (March 21-April 19): Istanbul is the world's only mega-city that spans two continents. Many Tu... | By Rob Brezsny

Arts + Culture

Heeeere's Harry! The Wizarding World — 10 ways that Potter soars, plus five 'epic fails' | By Seth Kubersky
Live Active Cultures This week's column kicks off with a confession: I'm Caucasian. | By Seth Kubersky
Culture 2 Go It's old news that the Bold Hype contemporary art gallery, established in 2008 | By Lindy T. Shepherd

Music

This Little Underground Who knew that all it would take was a little thing called the World Cup to snap the once-reliable Weezer out of their years-long slump | By Bao Le-Huu
Compatriot games Sage Francis and some strange bedfellows stretch hip-hop's limits | By Reyan Ali

Film

Sour charity Please Give | Review by William Goss
Childish things Toy Story 3 | Review by Justin Strout

Food & Drink

The defiant one Delightful Island Cafe | Review by Faiyaz Kara
Tacos around the clock California Burrito Express | Review by Paul Hiebing



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Best of Orlando voting ends tomorrow!! June 16th

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

Best of voting ends tomorrow!

There's one day left for you to vote in Orlando Weekly's Best of Orlando Readers' Poll!

If you've got an opinion about life in our fair city (and we know you do), we want to hear it. Tell us who you think serves up the best burgers, Chinese, wings, and ice cream. Which farmer's market do you think is the cream of the crop? Who's your favorite local politician?

Voting in our Readers' Poll ends on June 16. Click this link to http://www.orlandoweekly.com/boo2010/poll.asp, vote in at least 15 categories, and hit submit. It's that easy!


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Orlando Weekly Newsletter 6-10-2010

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Thursday, June 10, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

Orlando Weekly Issue Contents 6/10/2010


Cover Story

A new hope Local duo Viernes are set to add Orlando to the new wave of Florida's indie-rock ascension. | By Bao Le-Huu


More Stuff

BLOGS

BLOGGYTOWN: Rants, screeds and measured debates, updated daily by our crack editorial staff.

BEATDOWN: Taking on music one pimp-slap at a time.

SALIVATION ARMY: Marching orders for Orlando's hungry. Fresh chow daily

CULTURE 2 GO: Arts, culture and film coverage that keeps you in the loop.

OTHER

MYSPACE: Come check out Orlando Weekly's MySpace page.

FACEBOOK: Coming soon!

CLASSIFIEDS: Find what you need in Orlando's best classifieds.

ENTER TO WIN: Loads of free stuff every week.


News

Choice in the balance Supreme Court expert Linda Greenhouse explores where Roe v. Wade came from to show where it is going. | By Billy Manes

Columns

Police Beat Two guys acquired a 2006 Suzuki "by use of fists"  alone, waling on a couple near Sunlite Grocery on North Parramore Avenue. Bonus swings brought them the man's wallet and cell phone. | By Jim Gaines
Savage Love My husband was a 28-year-old virgin when we met. When we started having sex, he opened up about being "different." | By Dan Savage
Free Will Astrology ARIES (March 21-April 19): The "secret" is in plain sight. The "hidden resource" is freely available... | By Rob Brezsny
Council Watch Billy Manes pays attention to local government so you don't have to. | By Billy Manes
Happytown Sometimes we give Florida politics too much credit. | By Jim Gaines, Billy Manes and Justin Strout

Arts + Culture

Culture 2 Go Playwright Marx his words The Cradle Will Rock Through July 4 at Mad Cow Theatre 105 S. Mag... | By Al Krulick and Marc D. Allan
The latest funny books 'Wilson' from indie vet Clowes and 'BodyWorld' from rookie Shaw. | By Brandon Soderberg
Live Active Cultures "Trust me, I can 100%guarantee we will not be opening to the general public. If you stand here all... | By Seth Kubersky

Music

Putting some stank on it Local garage rockers the Empyres pay mind to the genre's R&B and dance roots. | By Jason Ferguson
A break in the storyline L.A. rockers Silversun Pickups enjoy a moment of rest. | By Justin Strout
This Little Underground If you're interested in getting an inside, articulate and humorous glimpse into the journey of a you... | By Bao Le-Huu

Film

DVDs Nuts! Lesser seen OW-Approved titles. | By Justin Strout and Casey Morell
It's got the chops The Karate Kid | Review by William Goss
18th century fox Crazy Like a Fox | Review by Justin Strout

Food & Drink

Polish it off Anna's Polish Restaurant | Review by Faiyaz Kara
Frozen assets Mochi Frozen Yogurt | Review by Paul Hiebing


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Orlando Weekly Newsletter 6-3-2010

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Wednesday, June 02, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

Orlando Weekly Issue Contents 6/3/2010

Cover Story

Desperate but still serious In his new book, John Waters writes about amateur pornographers, lesbian strippers, and Clarabell the Clown and reveals . . . himself | By Andrea Appleton


More Stuff

BLOGS

BLOGGYTOWN: Rants, screeds and measured debates, updated daily by our crack editorial staff.

BEATDOWN: Taking on music one pimp-slap at a time.

SALIVATION ARMY: Marching orders for Orlando's hungry. Fresh chow daily

CULTURE 2 GO: Arts, culture and film coverage that keeps you in the loop.

OTHER

MYSPACE: Come check out Orlando Weekly's MySpace page.

FACEBOOK: Coming soon!

CLASSIFIEDS: Find what you need in Orlando's best classifieds.

ENTER TO WIN: Loads of free stuff every week.


News

Desperate but still serious In his new book, John Waters writes about amateur pornographers, lesbian strippers, and Clarabell the Clown and reveals . . . himself | By Andrea Appleton
Nonprofitable ventures The American Independent News Network makes its foray into Florida | By Erin Sullivan

Columns

Happytown While we would have preferred some sort of wink-wink confirmation involving Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" | By Billy Manes and Justin Strout
Savage Love I'm a straight male college student in a relationship, which had been going great | By Dan Savage
Police Beat Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. would convict you for shouting "Fire!" in a crowded theater, but how about setting fire to an empty office in the 4400 block of East Colonial Drive? Yeah, that too. | By Jim Gaines
Free Will Astrology ARIES (March 21-April 19): If you'd like to be in supreme alignment with cosmic rhythms this week, I... | By Rob Brezsny

Arts + Culture

Earnest pride Gay Days greeting from the Queer Art Collective | By Lindy T. Shepherd
Live Active Cultures It is Sunday afternoon of the final weekend of the 2010 Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival | By Seth Kubersky
Visual Arts: Hello From Florida  There are disturbing images among the more than 100 selected by guest curator Jen O'Malley for Hello From Florida | By Laura Stewart

Music

Left behind Kanye's back-in-the-day bro loses his way alone | By Justin Strout
This Little Underground Despair is not too strong a word to describe my feelings about the Orlando Magic's season coming to a premature end | By Bao Le-Huu
Disc cocky Polk County's Mouse Fire comes out swinging | By Justin Strout

Film

La en order The Secret in Their Eyes | Review by Justin Strout
My favorite beer Get Him to the Greek | Review by William Goss
What should never be Splice | Review by William Goss

Food & Drink

Jungle goodies Amazonas Latin Grill | Review by Faiyaz Kara
Provocative display Infusion Tea | Review by Paul Hiebing


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