Orlando Magazine - April 2009

Back Issues

 

Need to complete your collection? Many back issues of Orlando magazine are available for $5 each (plus postage). Quantities may be limited; not all issues are available. To inquire about a particular issue, call JaWanda Thacker at 407-318-7264 or e-mail jawanda.thacker@orlandomagazine.com.

Letters to Editor


We want to hear from you—and we may publish your letters. Send your letters to the attention of Mike Boslet, editor, Orlando magazine, 801 North Magnolia Avenue, Suite 201, Orlando, FL 32803 or e-mail mike.boslet@orlandomagazine.com. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Letters must be signed and include a phone number in the event we need to contact you. (Your phone number will not be published.)

Calendar Submissions


We publish information about events open to the public in our “On the Town” calendar on a space-available basis. Send your information to Jennifer Greenhill-Taylor at Orlando magazine, 801 North Magnolia Avenue, Suite 201, Orlando, FL 32803 or e-mail jennifer.greenhill@orlandomagazine.com. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Be sure to include a contact name and phone number in case we have questions. Deadline for submitting information is approximately two and a half months prior to the month in which the event will occur.

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Why do I see the current issue on newsstands before my own copy arrives in my mailbox?
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Daisy Lynum, Born to Read


Considering Daisy Lynum's love of reading, it seems fitting that her life story would make a great book. Her thirst for knowledge (plus a well-timed letter to President Lyndon Johnson) helped elevate her past poverty in rural Leesburg and into the upper class of education. After completing studies at Bethune-Cookman College, she attended Bryn Mawr, the prestigious women’s college near Philadelphia, and Florida State University, where she earned a master’s degree in sociology. A former state social worker, Lynum, 62, entered public life as an Orlando city commissioner in 1998. As the District 5 (Parramore neighborhood) Orlando City Council commissioner, Lynum has been a controversial figure.

Spring Forward


Refresh your style by reining in excess and creating a strong, utilitarian wardrobe. Choose chameleon-like pieces you can dress up or down, plus a few offbeat accessories to carry you into fall. Think texture, bold accents and playful geometry.