One-man version of 'A Christmas Carol' comes to Eustis
EUSTIS ? Charles Dickens' classic 17th-century Christmas tale, "A Christmas Carol," is being brought to life this weekend in a one-man, fun-filled version aimed at reminding all who attend of the true spirit of the holiday and that even the coldest-hearted person can become warm and...
Calendar bolsters Golden Triangle Rotary projects
The 2015 Golden Triangle Rotary calendar is available for purchase.
Artistic directors from across the country denounce Ari Roth?s firing from Theater J
Sixty-one artistic directors of major companies signed a letter calling for a renunciation of the decision.
U.S. Theater Chiefs Protest Firing Of D.C. Artistic Director Ari Roth
Artistic directors of some 60 of the country's most prominent nonprofit theaters responded swiftly and forcefully to the firing last Thursday of Ari Roth , a playwright and a.d. of Theater J, a prominent Washington D.C. company funded by the Jewish Community Center. In their letter, the chiefs -- including Oskar Eustis , who leads New York's Public Theater and organized the letter campaign with ...
Former Volusia County schoolteacher Romanger Worthen Fredricks in Daytona Beach on Wednesday.
AIT Instructor?s passion for mentoring shines through
It?s late in the evening on a duty day. Most U.S. Army Soldiers are caught in the traffic headed home and cadence is heard echoing down the street as Advanced Individual Training Soldiers head back to
Beleaguered Theater J Slammed Over 'Blatantly Political Firing' of Ari Roth
Theater J has come under attack by some of the biggest names in the business for the abrupt departure of its director. Was Ari Roth axed for ?blatantly political reasons?? Click here for the rest of the article...
FRG Leaders lend helping hand
When families experience a deployment for the first time, they may go through an unfamiliar range of emotions and issues.
Local families ?adopt? Service members
As the Higgs family prepares to fill their plates with turkey and stuffing, a buffet-style line of unfamiliar faces wraps into their dining room for food. The strangers are U.S. Army Soldiers attendin
Political data wizard Bainter has big influence in Florida
It was after 2 a.m., and Democrat Buddy MacKay was beating Republican Connie Mack by roughly 10,000 votes in the 1988 campaign for Florida?s vacant U.S. Senate seat. The Ocala Star-Banner was ready to call the race.