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Dead Exposure: Patient Zero infects Halloween Horror Nights

Dead Exposure: Patient Zero infects Halloween Horror Nights

Today, Universal Orlando Resort announced Dead Exposure: Patient Zero as the first original content haunted house coming to Halloween Horror Nights 2018. The twisted minds behind Halloween Horror Nights are bringing a fan favorite house back in an all-new terrifying way with Dead Exposure: Patient Zero. Guests will be thrust into Paris in 1982, where a virus […]

Happening People: Dr. David Fitzpatrick Receives Notable Honor From Brandeis University For His Leadership In Systems Neuroscience

Happening People: Dr. David Fitzpatrick Receives Notable Honor From Brandeis University For His Leadership In Systems Neuroscience

 On Tuesday, April 10, David Fitzpatrick, Ph.D., CEO and Scientific Director of the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI), delivered the inaugural John Lisman ’66 Memorial Lecture in Vision Science at Brandeis University. The medium-sized private research university, based outside of Boston and known for its excellent undergraduate education, also presented the award given […]

More than 160 students from Egret Lake Elementary School, Forest Park Elementary School, Glade View Elementary School and Starlight Cove Elementary School performed such favorite musical selections as “Circle of Life” from The Lion King KIDS and “Everybody Wants to be a Cat” from The Aristocats KIDS during the recent Disney Musicals In Schools Student Share Celebration at the Kravis Center. The educational program, a partnership between the Kravis Center and Disney, uses the unique world of musical theater to help students develop the wide spectrum of skills needed when producing a piece of musical theater, including critical thinking, problem solving, ensemble building, communication, self-confidence and interpersonal skills. Photo by Alicia Donelan.

Kravis Center Hosts Disney Musicals In Schools Celebration

The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts hosted its first Student Share Celebration for the Disney Musicals in Schools program on Tuesday, April 3. More than 160 students from four local Title I elementary schools performed for hundreds of family and friends in the showcase on the Kravis Center’s Dreyfoos Hall stage. The […]

#TravelThursday – San Francisco Dungeon

#TravelThursday – San Francisco Dungeon

Imagine if you will, walking down the streets of San Francisco more than 100 years ago. You’re tired, thirsty, and cold. Your quest for fame and glory has left you without hope, and the only gold in your pocket is the dust from wandering the mountainside and finding nothing. You slip into the local bar, […]

#TastyThursday – Ethiopian Red Lentil and Sweet Potato Stew

#TastyThursday – Ethiopian Red Lentil and Sweet Potato Stew

There’s something about a good stew that brings you straight to your happy place. No matter whether it is 90 degrees outside or 9 degrees, this wholesome meal helps calm your soul and tempt your tastebuds. This week, Chef Zelicious brings us this seasonal and scrumptious stew – Ethiopian Red Lentil and Sweet Potato Stew! Ingredients […]

#TravelThursday – Oldest School House

#TravelThursday – Oldest School House

Have you ever heard stories from your grandparents about how tough it was to get to school in the olden days? How bad students wore dunce caps? How there was a time when there wasn’t even air conditioning in school? The horror! If you visit the Oldest School House in Saint Augustine, you can get […]