Just off Colonial Drive on Highland Ave rests the Faith Arts Village Orlando (F.A.V.O.), a community space supported by the Park Lake Presbyterian Church where artists can paint, draw and create what inspires them and showcase their work to the Central Florida Community. But what makes this place unique is the fact that each studio space is inside a renovated motel room creating a vibrant community of art.
Now celebrating it’s 10th anniversary, Otronicon at the Orlando Science Center is bigger and better than ever with exhibits from Lockheed Martin, Electronic Arts, Walt Disney Imagineers and more. Public Relations Specialist for the Orlando Science Center Mark Schaub shares with us:
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Episode 39 Show Notes
Hawkers Asian Street Fare on Mills Ave. is one of my favorite “go to” restaurants when entertaining friends from out of town or to satisfy my craving for Pad Thai. I really wanted to learn the story of this popular dining spot and so on a rainy Monday in the back, storage room of Hawkers, I chatted with one of it’s co-founders, Kaleb Harrell. Kaleb shares with us: