Winter 2015

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Birds of a Feather

Mead Botanical Garden is a haven for an array of species, from barred owls to hooded warblers. —by Linda Carpenter

Iron Man of the Arts

Indefatigable conductor John Sinclair has become one of the best-known — and hardest-working — leaders of Central Florida’s cultural community. —by Randy Noles

Little Girl, Big Heart

Georgia Bernbaum’s project allows homeless children to experience the joy of dance. —by Randy Noles



Soul of the Swanky South

A new chef at Hamilton’s Kitchen has kept what locals loved about the Alfond’s eatery and added some new dishes and fresh approaches. The result? Delicious fare in a posh but comfy setting. —by Rona Gindin

the design tourist

A National Treasure

The Maitland Art Center is an otherworldly place that reflects its founder’s creative spirit. Now, the whole world will know about this not-so-hidden local treasure. —by Karen Leblanc

the design tourist

Come On, Get Happy

Escapism is the message at the Winter Park Playhouse, which has a musical mission and a family feel. And not surprisingly, people love it. —by Jay Boyar


Back Story

Sweet Buy and Buy

Living the simple life is not longer the American way. —by Jim Desimone

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