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Chill Out At The Coolest Spot In Orlando: Minus5 at Pointe Orlando Ice Experience Chill Out At The Coolest Spot In Orlando: Minus5 at Pointe Orlando Ice Experience

By Robert Dellamano

Minus5 at Pointe Orlando Ice experience- where the walls, bars, seats, and even glasses are made of ice. Grab a frozen cocktail- and your parka!

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Big Cat, Big Problem: Giving Exotic Cats a Voice in Tampa Big Cat, Big Problem: Giving Exotic Cats a Voice in Tampa

By Jessica Conway

How a woman's mistaken quest to buy a pet bobcat led to the creation of the largest accredited big cat sanctuary in the world.

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Igniting the Imagination: The Orlando Shakespeare Theater Igniting the Imagination: The Orlando Shakespeare Theater

By Lottie Richard

Looking to catch a show in Orlando? The Orlando Shakespeare Theater is one of the region's most acclaimed professional theaters. It also offers a variety of children's educational programs.

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Seminole Culture in Central Florida: From Basketry to Skateboards Seminole Culture in Central Florida: From Basketry to Skateboards

By Kelly Gallagher

The Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum is home to more than 30,000 unique artifacts and archival items invaluable to the history of the Seminole people. The museum, whose name translates to "a place to learn, a place to remember," features a variety of permanent and temporary exhibits dedicated to Seminole history and culture.

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Bonnet House Museum and Gardens: A Haven for Nature and Art Bonnet House Museum and Gardens: A Haven for Nature and Art

By Jordan Hayes

Named for the vibrant bonnet lilies found on the grounds, Bonnet House Museum and Gardens remains a direct reflection of the Bartlett family's enthusiasm for creative expression and passion for the preservation of the untouched Florida landscape of the 30s and 40s.

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Getting Around Fort Lauderdale: Take a Trolley! Getting Around Fort Lauderdale: Take a Trolley!

By Camille Guillot

The Sun Trolley, Fort Lauderdale's "red and yellow chauffeur," strives to be as innovative and spontaneous as the community it serves. The brightly colored trolleys might look old-fashioned, but they boast a set of highly modern features including state-of-the-art security cameras and announcement systems and an award-winning tracking app.

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Pet Project for Pets- and People, Too Pet Project for Pets- and People, Too

By Lottie Richard

Pet Project for Pets is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that aims to help people in challenging situations to care for and keep their pets. The organization's services include a monthly pet food bank, discounted and low cost veterinary services, temporary foster care for clients who need to go into the hospital, adoption services, and more.

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No More Tears: Helping Survivors Find Strength  No More Tears: Helping Survivors Find Strength

By Allison Wilson

No More Tears, a 501 (C) 3 not-for-profit organization in Plantation, Florida, provides assistance and resources to immigrants in the United States who are victims of physical and sexual violence.

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Sawgrass Recreational Park: A Sawgrass Recreational Park: A "Unique Experience" in The Everglades

By Genevieve DiNatale

Sawgrass Recreational Park is an "eco-friendly" slice of the Everglades just outside of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Family owned and operated, the park offers many interesting amenities for vacationers and locals alike, such as airboat rides, picnic style luncheons, and campsites.

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Stranahan House:  The Home and History of Fort Lauderdale's Pioneers Stranahan House: The Home and History of Fort Lauderdale's Pioneers

By Allison Wilson

Just off East Las Olas Boulevard along the breezy bank of the New River stands Broward County's oldest surviving structure: the Historic Stranahan House Museum. Today, the wood-frame vernacular house, with its dramatic porches and Dade County pine walls, is a popular cultural attraction, where visitors can learn about Fort Lauderdale's earliest days.

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