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Fringe Binge

Orlando’s freewheeling performance festival is back with its 26th edition. Even the devil is in the details—so read on for some shows not to be missed.

The Morse at 75

Winter Park’s venerable, accessible art treasure celebrates with a special exhibit to complement its legendary Tiffany collection.

Forever Vinyl

One-hit wonders? Hardly. Records are relevant again, and the Orlando faithful aim to keep it that way.

Still Blooming

The Florida Film Festival took root 25 years ago in an art movie house named after an Alpine flower. The story of how it became a crowd pleaser is one of family ties and a dedication to goodness over glitz.

A Really Big Show

The new kid in town grew up fast. Here’s a look back at the stellar first year of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

7 Things to Love About I-Drive 360

The Orlando Eye is open for business, along with an abundance of other treats, at I-Drive 360, the $200 million entertainment destination that has something for everyone—tourists and locals alike. Here are some best bets.

Escape Acts

Orlando boasts a half-dozen attractions that challenge you to think outside the box in order to leave the room. Puzzled? Read on.

Rap Scholar

Baba Brinkman has the musical genre down to a science, with enlightened riffs on evolution and religion.