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Orlando Weekly Newsletter 5-27-2010

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Wednesday, May 26, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

Orlando Weekly Issue Contents 5/27/2010


Cover Story

The magnetic fields Challenging pharmaceutical norms in the battle against depression | By Greg Harman and Jim Gaines


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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.

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News

The magnetic fields Challenging pharmaceutical norms in the battle against depression | By Greg Harman and Jim Gaines

Columns

Free Will Astrology ARIES (March 21-April 19): Mozart once challenged his friend Haydn to play a harpsichord piece he'd ... | By Rob Brezsny
Happytown If it were anybody else's slightly overbitten mug of equine complacency, we might feel bad about such a rat-tat-tat succession of bad-luck shots aimed at one man in just two weeks | By Jim Gaines, Billy Manes and Justin Strout
Police Beat A man was arrested at Bella Casa Apartments on Conroy Road for whacking a woman with a hammer | By Jim Gaines
Savage Love My boyfriend/fiance likes to be put in a cage, and we have a very scary-looking cage in my closet | By Dan Savage
Council Watch Billy Manes paying attention to local government so you don't have to | By Billy Manes

Arts + Culture

Fringe feedback Our team reports back from opening weekend | By Al Krulick, Seth Kubersky and Laura Stewart
Live Active Cultures Last weekend, Orlando arts aficionados were faced with a choice of Sophie's proportions | By Seth Kubersky

Music

Just a friend Imogen Heap relies on her fanbase for creative help | By Justin Strout
Three's company LCD Soundsystem dances itself clean | By Patric Fallon
This Little Underground In the discourse of music, the issue of authenticity comes up an awful lot, if not expressly then almost always by implication | By Bao Le-Huu

Film

Sketchy comedy MacGruber | Review by Justin Strout
The lame-ing of the shrews Sex and the City 2 | Review by Billy Manes

Food & Drink

Going deep Big Fin Seafood Kitchen | Review by Faiyaz Kara
Vegans take the cake Raphsodic Cooperative Company | Review by Jessica Bryce Young



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Orlando Weekly Newsletter 5-20-2010

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Wednesday, May 19, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

Orlando Weekly Issue Contents 5/20/2010

Cover Story

FRINGE EXPOSED!? Where players gather in droves, there's drama ... | By Seth Kubersky and Lindy T. Shepherd


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

Greener than green A local environmental business summit shows the true color of progress | By Jim Gaines

Columns

Savage Love One of my best friends at college is gay. I'm a straight female and I'm in a committed relationship with my own boyfriend | By Dan Savage
Happytown As Florida's frightfully conservative battleground gets bloodier and bloodier | By Jim Gaines, Billy Manes and Justin Strout
Comments The Fox machine   I really enjoyed reading your feature on the Tea Party movement in the Orlando W...
Free Will Astrology ARIES (March 21-April 19) All of us have gaps in our education. You and I and everyone else alive ... | By Rob Brezsny
Police Beat Adjacent apartments at The Pines on South Kirkman Road got burglarized, saving a few steps for both criminals and police. | By Jim Gaines

Arts + Culture

The roads Wes traveled Author explores his possible double life | By John Barry
The way we were Time has weakened Talib Kweli's blow | By Raymond Cummings
FRINGE EXPOSED!? Where players gather in droves, there's drama ... | By Seth Kubersky and Lindy T. Shepherd
Live Active Cultures Dear Orlando, What the heck is wrong with you? | By Seth Kubersky

Music

This Little Underground Shit! This column only took about three times as long to write, all because I kept checking on the game's score. But it's your time, Orlando Magic. Go get it. | By Bao Le-Huu
Falling again Swell Season comes out the other end of sudden fame older and wiser | By Justin Strout

Film

DVDs Nuts! Don't overlook these lesser-seen OW-approved titles | By Justin Strout
NAS-kart Racing Dreams | Review by Justin Strout

Food & Drink

Crave on Crave | Review by Faiyaz Kara
Philly it up LaSpada's Original Cheese Steaks & Hoagies | Review by Paul Hiebing


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Orlando Weekly Newsletter 5-6-2010

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Wednesday, May 05, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

Orlando Weekly Issue Contents 5/6/2010


Cover Story

The heart and hell of Haiti One writer's journey into the aftermath | By Dee Rivers


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

The heart and hell of Haiti One writer's journey into the aftermath | By Dee Rivers
Tastes like chikin A local produce business takes heat from a fast-food chain | By Jim Gaines

Columns

Free Will Astrology ARIES(March 21-April 19) Hip-hop music definitely needs to include more tuba playing. I think that'... | By Rob Brezsny
Savage Love I am a 28-year-old, post-op transsexual woman. I met a great 31-year-old guy | By Dan Savage
Police Beat While a man was asleep at home in the 600 block of East Harding Street, someone helped the valuable contents of his car escape the garage and jump the gate. | By Jim Gaines
Happytown Not that you would have noticed through the cacophony of Floridian economic failure, but there is only one political issue that apparently matters in the Sunshine State | By Jim Gaines and Billy Manes

Arts + Culture

Performing Arts: Xanadu Skating silliness Xanadu Performed April 27-May 2 at Bob Carr Performing Arts CentreOnce ... | By Seth Kubersky
Cabaret fever Who listens to that swoony stuff, anyway? | By Al Krulick
Visual Arts: Rachel Lloyd: Well Endowed Well-endowed ceramics Rachel Lloyd: Well Endowed Through May 31 at  Stardust Video & Co... | By Laura Stewart

Music

This Little Underground Of all the covers that local punk classicists the Attack bang out, "Bad Moon Rising" is a perennial crowd favorite | By Bao Le-Huu
From the heart Local veteran singer tackles world music | By Jason Ferguson
Integration bill David Wax Museum brings Americana's neighbors into the fold | By Justin Strout

Film

DVDs nuts Don't overlook these lesser-seen OW-approved titles | By Justin Strout
Tattooed and screwed The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo | Review by Bret McCabe
Newborn porn Babies | Review by William Goss

Food & Drink

Turkish delight Steak & Salad | Review by Faiyaz Kara
Red hot and boom Mucho Tequila and Tacos | Review by Faiyaz Kara



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Restaurant Week Going On NOW!

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Friday, April 30, 2010 - View Full Newsletter

ORLANDO WEEKLY'S RESTAURANT WEEK GOING ON NOW!!

FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF $10-$35 PRIX FIXE MENUS GO TO WWW.ORLANDORESTAURANTWEEK.COM

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Restaurant Week Starts Next Thursday!

By newsletter@orlandoweekly.com - Thursday, April 22, 2010 - View Full Newsletter



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