Spring 2015

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Features

RABBLE ROUSER

Royal Wilbur France was a high-profile crusader for free speech. But his left-wing politics sometimes antagonized and infuriated Winter Parkers. —by Dr. Jack C. Lane

SURREAL RADIO

Live from a Rollins College basement, all things really are considered at WPRK. —by Dana S. Eagles

IT'S SPRING, OF COURSE

At the century-old Winter Park Golf and Country Club, comfy and colorful styles mark a season of new beginnings. —by Marianne Ilunga

Departments

dining

A TRATTORIA, NOW A CAFÉ

Palmano’s had been known as a coffee house with an attitude. Now, under new ownership, it’s morphing into a French-infused eatery where the bill of fare is a work in progress. —by Rona Gindin

arts

DON’T WAIT TO CREATE

At Crealde, everybody can learning to draw, paint, sculpt, shape, bind, etch and photograph. It has provided an artistic outlet for four decades and counting. —by Jay Boyar

cover artist

ICONIC IMAGES

Photography team dedicated to documenting Winter Park’s beauty. —by Randy Noles

Columns

artsbeat

MAYBE I’M AMAZED

But when it comes to the local arts scene, maybe i shouldn’t be. —by Michael McLeod

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