By Laiz Rodrigues Rollins College is a private, liberal arts college, founded in 1885, the first recognized college in Florida. and located in Winter Park, Florida . It is a member of the SACS, NASM, ACS, FDE, AAM, AACSB International, Council for Accreditation of Counseling, and Related Educational Programs. MISSIONRollins College educates students for... Continue Reading →

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The Brazil America Business Council is an organization where a few great people put the effort to create something different, better with a larger feeling of community, where it os ok to consider issues as diversity, inclusion and respect peoples choices... We also thought about heritage, Art Culture, different backgrounds and things that are important... Continue Reading →

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Today we had the pleasure to get reunited with one of Brazilian prior Senators Magno Malta. For the ones who don't know him he is the main supporters, responsible for President Jair Messias Bolsonaro election. The Luncheon was organized by Yes Brazil Movement, one of the biggest Right wing movements among Brazilians in The USA,... Continue Reading →

Back to School Celebration’ hosted by District 5 Orlando City Commissioner Regina Hill to help thousands of youth'   What: Commissioner Regina I. Hill hosts her annual “Back to School Celebration” at the Callahan Neighborhood Center. Orlando City Soccer, Orlando Magic, Levy Restaurants, Coca Cola, A1Orange, UCF, Second Harvest, and Steps in the Right Direction’s tennis shoe... Continue Reading →

Orange County Hispanic Heritage Committee Seeks to Highlight Artists and Artwork during Hispanic Heritage Month WHAT: The Hispanic Heritage Committee of Orange County Government is calling for Central Florida artists to submit their Hispanic-themed artwork to be displayed at Orange County Government buildings during Hispanic Heritage month.   HOW: All artists’ submission must include the... Continue Reading →

Orange County Government TV Wins Seven Prestigious Telly Awards  Honoring Excellence in Local, Regional and Cable Television   Orange County Government access channel Orange TV has been honored by the 40th Annual Telly Awards as winners in seven categories. Orange TV received one gold, one silver and five bronze 2019 Telly Awards for excellence in video and television by... Continue Reading →

With just a few months to go to celebrate our event, we have added quite a few companies, thanks to the UCF Incubator Kissimmee. The partnership with Jim Bowie is paramount to our success.

FusionFest Opens Call to Performers, Artists, Vendors & Volunteers Through August 1, 2019, FusionFest.org is issuing a call for performers, artists, vendors and volunteers to register their “Intent to Participate” in the second annual festival that celebrates diversity and inclusion in the Central Florida community. FusionFest is a two-day celebration of Central Florida's many diverse... Continue Reading →

ORLANDO, FL. – Liberty Weekend 2019 reminded travelers and guests at Orlando International Airport about America’s remarkable gift of freedom. For the 19th straight year, the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra concert filled the airport’s Atrium area with soaring tunes and provided a distinctive musical experience for hundreds of travelers, visitors and members of the community. The... Continue Reading →

Enjoy stargazing in the observatory, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles exhibit, Laser Light Shows and four floors of hands-on fun!   Fridays & Saturdays, July 5 through August 10 Open late until 11:00 p.m. (last ticket sold at 10 p.m.) ORLANDO, Fla. (June 27, 2019) — This summer, when the sun goes down, your IQ... Continue Reading →

JAZZ &BLUES UNDER THE STARSOrlando’s very own botanic oasis, Leu Gardens, is hosting an incredible evening of jazz and blues under the stars. The annual Jazz’n Blues Concert will be held on Saturday, October 19, 2019, from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. featuring Robert Harris Group, Beautiful Bobby Blackmon Band, and Aloma. The three bands will... Continue Reading →

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