- How Orlando’s Milk District came to be: The story of a dude, a cow and a dream July 27, 2021The backstory of the Orlando Milk District all began in 1925. It is the story of a dude, a cow and a dream.
- Art museum will move to downtown Winter Park with new name July 27, 2021In preparation for its new location in the heart of Winter Park, the Cornell Fine Arts Museum will open its new exhibitions in September with a new name.
- Scream n’ Stream haunted drive-thru coming to Oviedo Mall this fall July 27, 2021Scream n' Stream, a haunted drive-thru attraction, will return with zombies and clowns at the Oviedo Mall on select nights Sept. 17-Oct. 31.
- Christian Bruey joins WFTV’s ‘Eyewitness News This Morning’ team July 26, 2021Christian Bruey will join WFTV's "Eyewitness News This Morning" team officially on Aug. 9 and can be seen by viewers weekdays from 4:30-7 a.m. on WFTV and WRDQ.
- Disney: D23 event to include 50th anniversary sessions, exhibit from archives July 26, 2021D23, Disney’s official fan club, releases details about Destination D23 event at Contemporary Resort in November. It will include a special exhibit called “50 Years of Bringing Home the Magic.”
- ‘The Green Knight’ review: Dev Patel’s quest for glory is a Camelot fantasy unlike any other July 26, 2021Sir Gawain, King Arthur’s impetuous nephew, is one of the Knights of the Round Table. Though he’s ripe for “adventure, brave and bold,” up until now life in Camelot has been a royal slacker’s breeze. Filmmaker David Lowery pays close attention to the details in this unusual film.
- ‘In The Heights’ color controversy show the Latino community is not one-size-fits-all | Commentary July 26, 2021The movie adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's "In The Heights" led to a controversy over skin color in popular culture, and shows us that one-size-doesn't-fit-all when it comes to Latinos.
- Mecum Auctions coming to Orlando this week with 1,100 collector cars July 26, 2021Mecum Auctions returns to Orlando July 28-31 for a summer special show with 1,000 collector cars up for bidding.
- What’s the word? ‘Fair use,’ or why Disney can’t stop ‘Disenchanted’ July 26, 2021Introducing the first of our "What's the Word?" Arts and Entertainment video series.
- Global Peace Film Festival returns this fall with hybrid event July 26, 2021Here's what you need to know about the 2021 Global Peace Film Festival.
- LeVar Burton starts stint as ‘Jeopardy!’ guest host on Monday July 26, 2021Following a passionate social media campaign led by fans, the “Reading Rainbow” and “Star Trek” star was announced as part of the show’s final lineup of guest hosts in April.
- Stephen McKenney Steck, pioneer of public broadcasting in Orlando, dies at 77 July 25, 2021Stephen McKenney Steck was a prominent figure in Orlando's public broadcasting history and an avid cycler. He died Saturday morning at the age of 77.
- ‘Old’ wins at box office on slower than usual weekend July 25, 2021M. Night Shyamalan’s “Old” easily won a slower weekend at the North American box office, while the G.I. Joe pic “Snake Eyes” lived up to its name.
- Rabbi-turned-comedian Jackie Mason dies at 93 July 25, 2021Jackie Mason, a rabbi-turned-comedian whose feisty brand of standup comedy led him to Catskills nightclubs, West Coast talk shows and Broadway stages, has died. He was 93.
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