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NEWS + FEATURES
7 Your Words + “This Modern World” Readers react to blog posts and stories from the Aug. 1 issue, plus a Tom Tomorrow comic
9 ICYMI Short briefs on news you may have missed in the past week
11 All eyes on us Under Orlando’s real-time surveillance partnership with Amazon, everyone’s a suspect
FOOD + DRINK
33 Growing up in public
23 Bubbling under
American Football breathe new life into their teenage anthems
The latest boîte from restaurateurs Eddie Nickell and Nick Olivieri blows a bit off course
33 Picks This Week Great live music rattles Orlando every night of the week
23 Tip Jar Kadence reopens after two of the owners get hitched, Jinya Ramen Bar has opened in Thornton Park, plus more in our weekly food roundup
35 This Little Underground Christopher Belt inherits Pat Greene’s In-Between Series; what new spot Grumpy’s Underground Lounge could mean to the Mills Avenue scene
25 Recently reviewed Short takes on restaurants we’ve reviewed recently
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ARTS + CULTURE
19 Face off As facial recognition software becomes omnipresent, artists offer DIY defenses
CALENDAR 36 Selections
29 Scorched Earth Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman is provocative but flawed
38 The Week 39 Down the Road
29 Film Listings
19 Culture 2 Go
Cinema-oriented events to go see this week
Orange County looks to offset massive cuts to state arts funding, plus more in performing arts news
44 Savage Love
31 On Screens in Orlando
44 Gimme Shelter
Movies playing this week: A.X.L., The Meg and more
21 Live Active Cultures
Ashley Eckstein has a new book out to help readers “dream it and do it”
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Readers react to blog posts and stories from the Aug. 1 issue. On Aug. 4, we reported that Gov. Rick Scott had directed the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to “mobilize all available resources” to address the impact of red tide problems in coastal communities. As part of the directive, the conservation commission will assist local efforts to save animals affected by the red tide. Since then, Scott and his Senate opponent, threeterm incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson, have played the blame game. @Dodi Pachico It’s about damn time! Of course, now it’s all a political move on his part, and even if it weren’t it sure looks that way. @Paul Gottshall Jr. You own this, Rick Scott – you and your Republican cohorts. Vote blue! @Lesa Burton What a swell guy. It wasn’t long ago he was having government employees delete references to global warming. [Do] warmer waters worsen red tide? Duh.
@Javier Antonio Toro “Hey guys, I called the fire department and they successfully put out the flames. You’re welcome.” … But you started the fire. On Aug. 2, we reported that hundreds of furries – adults dressed in anthropomorphic animal suits – would arrive in Orlando for the Megaplex Anthropomorphic Convention 2018, which took place last weekend at SeaWorld Doubletree in Orlando. The theme: “The Furnesian Islands,” a look into Southeast Pacific cultures. @Jason Tollefson I have no problems with the lifestyle, but what on earth would a group of people dressed in full-body fur suits want to come to Florida in August? @Kirsten Kilgallin They like it hot and sweaty, duh. @Joanna Valente Oh my god, my hand has been inside one of those things. @Jaclyn Marrinan Should make for some interesting trauma alerts next week.
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BY XANDER PETERS
A Central Florida veteran’s wife was deported to Mexico, a teenager wielding a BB gun died in an officer-involved shooting, Publix’s sales increased despite die-in protests and other news you may have missed last week. »
Central Florida military family torn apart after veteran’s wife deported to Mexico: For months, Alejandra Juárez fought against federal immigration authorities who wanted to deport her to Mexico, forcing Juárez away from her husband, a U.S. Marine combat veteran, and two American daughters in Davenport. Appeal after appeal was rejected. Facing an Aug. 3 deportation order, a tearful Juárez appeared at OIA Friday to board a plane headed to Mexico. The family’s ordeal with immigration authorities began after a 2013 traffic stop exposed that 39-year-old Juárez was undocumented.
Orange County teenager wielding a BB gun killed in officer-involved shooting: Landon Christopher Wooten was killed in an officer-involved shooting after he opened fire on authorities, says Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings. Deputies arrived at Wooten’s residence in Paradise Heights to serve him a warrant for burglary and aggravated assault. Upon the deputies’ arrival, Wooten pointed a gun at the officers, who then retreated. Hours later, when Wooten exited the house, he was ordered to put his hands up. Wooten then reached for a gun in his waistband before he was hit with nonlethal rounds, and Wooten fired back with what later turned out to be a BB gun. Then at least five SWAT team members opened fire. Wooten was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital.
Publix sales increased over last three months, despite NRA controversy: Publix stores sold $8.8 billion worth of goods during the months of April, May and June, representing a $400 million increase over the same period last year, according to the company’s second-quarter results. Those months encompass the time period in which gun reform activists held die-ins at several stores as a response to the company’s donations to Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam’s campaign for Florida governor – you know, the same Republican who once called himself a “proud NRA sellout,” a statement that’s haunted his campaign ever since.
Judge knocks proposed ban on greyhound racing from Florida ballot: A circuit judge on Wednesday knocked a greyhound-racing ban off the November ballot, calling the proposed constitutional amendment misleading and “outright trickeration.” The amendment was one of eight ballot measures placed on the Nov. 6 general-election ballot by the state Constitution Revision Commission. The proposal sought to ban commercial greyhound racing in the state after Dec. 31, 2020.
Federal judge extends shelter assistance for Puerto Rico evacuees through August: Puerto Rican families displaced by Hurricane María can continue using FEMA hotel vouchers until Aug. 31, according to U.S. District Judge Timothy Hillman. Hillman’s latest extension comes after hearing arguments in the case filed by Puerto Rican evacuees and LatinoJustice PRLDEF against FEMA. The evacuees allege the federal agency “arbitrarily, capriciously and unlawfully” cut off the TSA program for displaced Puerto Ricans eight months after María. Victims of other natural disasters were given more time and assistance, the lawsuit alleges. email@example.com orlandoweekly.com
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ONE OF ORLANDO’S ROUGHLY 180 IRIS CAMERAS, ONE OF THE MODELS USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH AMAZON REKOGNITION PHOTO BY JOEY ROULETTE
Under Orlando’s real-time surveillance partnership with Amazon, everyone’s a suspect. BY M ON I V ET T E COR D EI R O, J O E Y R O U L E TTE A N D CO L I N WO L F
ince February, with relatively little scrutiny, Orlando leaders have been experimenting with a powerful new technology that could make our city one of the first in the country to run a real-time mass surveillance program. Much has been written about the free partnership with Amazon through which the Orlando Police Department has been testing Rekognition, a facial recognition software whose capabilities and usage are unprecedented among American law enforcement agencies. But few have explored exactly how the software works and how deeply it will reach into our lives. CONTINUED ON PAGE 13
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SEVEN ORLANDO POLICE OFFICERS (NOT ALL PICTURED HERE) VOLUNTEERED AS TEST SUBJECTS IN THE REKOGNITION PILOT PROGRAM. THEY POSED FOR EMULATED MUGSHOTS TAKEN BY THE ORLANDO POLICE DEPARTMENT ON MARCH 20, 2018 | PHOTOS BY CITY OF ORLANDO, VIA PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST
The program is currently being tested on a small number of cameras, but if and when the program becomes fully operational, city officials hope Rekognition will help them catch criminals, find missing children and identify threats by essentially turning more than a hundred public street cameras into constant face-scanning machines. In fact, once Rekognition becomes fully operational, its only constraint will be the amount of bandwidth available to run the program on dozens, or even hundreds, of cameras at once. But that’s not for a lack of desire on the city’s end. “I can activate as many cameras as I need,” says Rosa Akhtarkhavari, Orlando’s chief information officer and the driving force behind Rekognition inside City Hall. “But my problem is I need to have that bandwidth to move up. Am I envisioning that we are going to stream all our hundreds of cameras? I don’t think that’s going be [financially viable]. … When we need it, we can activate it.” The program will work like this: Orlando Police upload the photo of a “person of interest” into a database. Rekognition analyzes the person’s face and turns it into a unique biometric. Using this data, the software taps into Orlando’s network of surveillance cameras and looks for a match. If it finds one, it alerts police. Before identifying that “person of interest,” however, Rekognition might scan you. The scan will probably last less than a second. After determining you weren’t a match, it will scan the person strolling behind you. And the couple walking their dog across the street. And the business partners headed back to work from lunch. Without being explicitly told, Rekognition will scrutinize everyone around you until it finds a possible match. Amazon, in fact, says its software can detect up to 100 faces in “challenging crowded photos.” Orlando hasn’t fully unleashed this technology yet. But city officials see the surveillance software as a tool to keep residents safe – and certainly as nothing out of the ordinary. After all, they say, facial recognition is everywhere. People use it to unlock
their phones. Airports screen passengers to verify their identities. Facebook employs it to alert users when someone posts a photo of them. “Facial recognition technology is not new,” city staff wrote in a July 6 memo to Mayor Buddy Dyer and the City Council. “In fact it has become a relatively normal occurrence in our daily lives.” Even so, civil liberties advocates warn that Orlando and Amazon are sailing into dangerous, uncharted waters. The way Orlando plans to use Rekognition – as real-time surveillance – is completely different from how other law enforcement agencies are commonly using facial recognition, says Jennifer Lynch, a senior staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Every person who passes in front of a camera is scanned, regardless of prior suspicion of a crime. And multiple studies have shown facial recognition systems make mistakes – particularly on dark-skinned women. Misidentification could lead to innocent people being wrongfully detained by police for crimes they didn’t commit, or worse, trigger confusion that leads to a deadly encounter. What’s more, although Orlando has been testing Rekognition for months, city officials still haven’t developed rules for the program – though they’ve promised to do so if it moves forward. And right now, there are no state or federal laws to regulate the use of this technology, which has led some tech companies, including Microsoft, and even police departments that use facial recognition to voice concerns about the potential abuse of this software in the hands of the government. Privacy advocates, meanwhile, worry about it becoming a slippery slope into a dystopian world of government surveillance. “Everybody is a suspect,” Lynch says. “If facial recognition is becoming a new norm in the way Orlando is talking about, then we should all be very afraid.”
City officials have only said that Amazon approached them. But based on interviews and available public records, the partnership has something to do with the municipality’s desire to become a so-called smart city. Smart cities purport to be urban areas that invest in technology and intelligent design to create sustainable high-quality housing and jobs. Smart Cities Council, the world’s largest smart cities network, promotes three core values: livability, workability and sustainability. “We want to become the world’s most intelligent, interconnected and efficient city,” Mayor Buddy Dyer said in 2017 after the Smart Cities Council awarded Orlando its Readiness Challenge Grant, which came with “a year’s worth of free mentoring, valuable products and services” and “worldwide publicity,” according to the council’s site. One of the grant’s supporting sponsors: Amazon Web Services. Since 2010, Akhtarkhavari has pioneered Orlando’s transition into a smart city, bringing in technologies like cloud computing to City Hall’s internal infrastructure. “Everything we do is to make our city better,” she says. “Everything we do is to make our city smarter, more efficient, more effective.” When Amazon offered in August 2017 to let Orlando test Rekognition for free, Akhtarkhavari saw it as another asset to the smart-city agenda. By December, the city entered into its first six-month pilot program to try out the technology with eight surveillance cameras around the city. The program is housed in the police department’s IRIS room, a second-floor hub walled with dozens of screens displaying video feeds from the city’s 180 or so security cameras, including the eight feeds being used for the program. Amazon consultants visited OPD in January to outfit the IRIS room with Rekognition-compatible computers, according to a contract signed by city officials. The software works its magic in the How exactly did Orlando cloud, a virtual Amazon server much like stumble into something as potent as Google Drive or Apple’s iCloud. Rekognition plugs into the city’s streams of surveillance Rekognition? orlandoweekly.com
footage to observe and identify a person of interest. Amazon does not store that video, according to Akhtarkhavari. To make sure the new software works with every brand of security camera in the city, Akhtarkhavari chose three existing cameras in downtown, one camera at an undisclosed Orlando facility and four cameras at OPD headquarters. (In an interview, Orlando Police Chief John Mina revealed that the undisclosed facility is one of the city’s community recreation centers.) At the onset of the testing period, IT staff uploaded photos of seven police officers who volunteered to take part in the program. Once the eight cameras came online in February, the officers walked in view of each connected camera to test its accuracy in finding a match. The city stresses that OPD is not currently using the technology in an investigative capacity or using images of the public for testing. City officials say members of the public may be scanned as Rekognition works to find the volunteer officers, but that biometric information is not stored. “When there is a hit for an image, when there is a success, the plan – which we have not seen it working yet – we would receive an email that says, ‘From camera A at minute whatever, you have a match with image B,’” Akhtarkhavari says. “This is how we are expecting the proof of concept to work.” Orlando never got to that point during the pilot program, as some of the city’s surveillance cameras weren’t streaming footage efficiently into Amazon’s cloud. “One of the three types of cameras – a very old one that should be replaced and is in the process of being [replaced] – is just not working,” Akhtarkhavari says. “The stream keeps stopping.” The program went largely unnoticed until May 22, when the American Civil Liberties Union published records showing Amazon was marketing its Rekognition technology to law enforcement agencies and already had two clients: the city of Orlando and the Washington County Sheriff’s Office CONTINUED ON PAGE 15
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in Oregon. Mina initially insisted that none of the security cameras being used in the program were outside the department’s headquarters. A day later, he backtracked. Details on how the technology works have been shielded by a nondisclosure agreement Orlando signed with Amazon last year. The contract says the city can’t release information about Rekognition without written consent and approval from Amazon. Almost three weeks after the pilot program ended on June 19, city officials released a memo announcing a plan to begin a second testing period with Amazon, saying Orlando staff had “made good strides in testing this pilot program and believe it is important to continue this evaluation period.” Although the memo says “continue” rather than “start new,” the original program ended June 19 and no new statement of work has been signed, according to publicly available records. “We don’t even know if the product works,” says Mina, who nonetheless endorsed the program in a statement posted to Amazon’s website in May that has since been deleted. “If the technology works, [we] intend to use it for those worst-case scenarios, for the most violent people out there – your sexual predators, people who have committed heinous crimes, murder, and that sort of thing, and as well to locate missing persons and missing juveniles.” Orlando hasn’t created any rules or procedures regarding its use of Rekognition. Mina insists it will only be used to uphold public safety by apprehending people who already have warrants out for their arrest. OPD would “absolutely not” use facial recognition to identify people at rallies, Mina says. “We don’t have a history of that – of tracking protesters, of tracking people who show up to rallies. So, why would we use our technology to do that? This is strictly public safety.” “A perfect example is Markeith Lloyd, who was a wanted murder suspect running around Orlando for many, many weeks, going in and out of stores, in and out of the Walmart,” Mina says, referring to the elusive murder suspect who killed Lt. Debra Clayton after shooting his pregnant ex-girlfriend a month before. “Say we had Amazon Rekognition in place, and we saw Markeith Loyd walking into the Walmart and it recognized that person as Markeith Loyd. You know, we would send officers right there, to take a dangerous criminal off the streets.” But Mina and city officials have implied that the technology could be used to stop future attacks as well, like a planned school shooting or the man who police allege intended to kidnap pop singer Lana Del Rey in February after her concert at Amway Center. “This entire nation and everyone is looking to law enforcement to protect their children in schools,” Mina says. “If we were to get a
social media threat and identify a person – Joe Smith says he’s going to this school to blow up the school, to kill a bunch of children, certainly we would want to be alerted to that long before there was a warrant for that person’s arrest.”
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officials pointed to the success of facial recognition after a gunman killed five Capital Gazette employees in Annapolis, Maryland. But the technology used by Anne Arundel County Police to identify that suspect is nothing like how Orlando wants to use Rekognition. “It’s different,” says A simplified graphic modeled from the city’s planned Rekognition “architecture,” obtained through public Marc Limansky, spokesrecords requests, illustrates the path of a camera’s video feed as it would be used in coordination person for Anne Arundel with Amazon Rekognition facial recognition software. County Police. “It’s not INFOGRAPHIC BY JOEY ROULETTE that. I don’t know if the a photo of an unidentified suspect and scan use a facial recognition match as probable public would stand for that.” Limansky says the suspect, Jarrod Warren for a possible match. The results come back cause for arrest or seizure. “It’s a tool,” Talbot says. “Investigators are Ramos, did not want to give investigators his within seconds. “The most common ways it’s used is when required by our policy to independently corname when he was apprehended. After a lag in getting fingerprint results, police took a someone goes to a store, they go to a [regis- roborate who that person is if they are one of photo of Ramos and sent it to the Maryland ter] where there’s a little camera inside the those potential leads that the software came Coordination and Analysis Center, where kiosk,” Talbot says. “They act like they’re back with as a match.” OPD has experience with the type of facial it was compared with millions of images in putting stuff in there to pay for it, but before the Maryland Image Repository System, or they pay, they grab the bag and walk out the recognition used by Washington County. For MIRS. The repository contains the state’s door. We then take that video, we just crop some time, the department and more than entire driver’s license database and mug- it to a still image of their face, and we run it 240 local, state and federal agencies have been accessing a facial recognition database shots of known offenders, as well as access through our database.” The Washington County Sheriff’s Office that stores photos of every licensed driver to the FBI’s database of nearly 25 million could also use still images taken from pub- in Florida. mugshots. Old methods of identifying a suspect licly available Facebook videos and footage Since 2001, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s could be tedious – investigators would have recorded by a victim on a phone during a Office has run the Face Analysis Comparison to look through a stack of photos by hand, crime, as well as photos of the dead and peo- & Examination System, also known as one by one. With MIRS, it’s like looking ple who can’t identify themselves because of FACES. The database collects tens of milthrough that stack all at once, Limansky a physical or mental incapacitation. lions of images from Florida driver’s licenses But Talbot is adamant that Washington and IDs, plus offender mugshots from state says, and police were able to identify Ramos County is not using Rekognition for mass prison and county jail bookings. Law enforceeffectively. Over 117 million Americans are already surveillance or real-time surveillance. ment officers must upload a photo of the “Our own state laws and our own policies person they want to identify into the FACES in law enforcement facial recognition networks, according to a 2016 report released we’ve written prohibit us from such a use,” system, which then compares it against the by the Center on Privacy & Technology at he says. “We do not want to be attributed database for a possible match. All together, Georgetown Law. During the study, only to using technology in a manner that we’re these agencies run close to 8,000 searches the Los Angeles Police Department claimed not using it and don’t have any intention to through FACES each month, and they aren’t to run real-time face recognition off street use it.” required to have “reasonable suspicion” to Talbot says that for Rekognition to be used run a search, according to the report from the cameras, though four other law enforcement on live video under their policies, “you’d Center on Privacy & Technology. agencies had expressed interest. Similar to MIRS, the Rekognition pro- have to know that everyone within that But a number of issues can affect how gram set up by Amazon in Washington frame was a suspect of a crime.” FACES works. “We don’t think it should be used for mass County, Oregon, works with photos or still Records from the Pinellas County images captured from video footage, says surveillance. We feel like we’ve struck a Sheriff’s Office show the system’s perforDeputy Jeff Talbot, a spokesperson for the great balance. We’re honoring people’s civil mance is adversely affected when officers liberties here. We’re still doing what the upload photos of poor quality. The system Washington County Sheriff’s Office. Amazon helped Washington County cre- public expects, which is fighting crime and also experiences kinks when people of interate a database of about 300,000 booking solving crime.” est have significantly aged, are twins, or have Washington County’s policies state that mugshots collected from the county jail. For CONTINUED ON PAGE 17 about $6 to $12 a month, deputies can upload without any other evidence, deputies cannot orlandoweekly.com
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facial hair, are wearing sunglasses or have undergone plastic surgery. In addition, the Center on Privacy & Technology found the database was subject to little oversight – Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri told researchers the system was “not really” audited to look for potential abuse. Currently, the use of facial recognition is being tested in Florida’s First District Court of Appeals. Detectives from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office used FACES to get leads on a man who bought $50 worth of cocaine, according to the Florida Times-Union. But neither deputies nor prosecutors disclosed that information to attorneys defending Willie Allen Lynch. The court will determine whether the state is obligated to provide defendants with all of the photo matches returned by FACES. Mina says his officers have to disclose on their reports if they used FACES to identify a suspect. He’s not sure how many searches a month his department runs through the database. “Say we do get a match – we don’t use that match for probable cause,” he says. “If we got what we thought was a match, we would use other investigative means to make sure that person was identified correctly.” Mina acknowledges that there’s a “big difference” between the two facial recognition technologies. “FACES is for after-the-fact crimes committed, and it’s a still image,” he says. “The Amazon Rekognition program is real-time. If a suspect, someone with a warrant, or a missing child is walking down the road in real time, what we hope is that it will recognize that face and alert us.”
Despite the lure of potentially
saving lives, Brian Brackeen refuses to sell his tech to the cops. Brackeen is the founder and CEO of the Miami-based company Kairos, which develops facial recognition software for private entities and specializes in emotion detection. He’s sold to banks and political groups, but not the government. A few times, Miami-Dade County officials came to him for facial recognition software that could help catch child predators or keep the Super Bowl safe, he says. But Brackeen turned them down because the risks are too great – operators often aren’t given anti-bias training and few internal checks exist. “We get facial recognition right more than 99 percent of the time,” he says. “When we don’t get it right, a customer might have to scan their face again at the checkout of a business. It’s not life or death. The problem with government facial recognition is that people can lose their lives when things go wrong.” Brackeen, one of the few black founders of a facial recognition company, adds that existing facial recognition software has not been exposed to enough images of people of color to confidently identify them.
The risk of misidentification spans all brands, including Rekognition. And having police officers act on a first match in the event of another Markeith Loyd, as Mina envisions, could lead to wrongful arrests or even deaths, critics warn. As Matt Cagle, a civil liberties attorney at the ACLU, puts it: “There may be a misidentification that results in a law enforcement encounter that should never have happened, or the use of force based on an inaccurate scan of somebody’s face. The burden is really on Orlando and Amazon to show that this technology actually works, because right now we just don’t have the public evidence to demonstrate that for Rekognition.” On July 26, the ACLU published a study showing that Rekognition incorrectly matched – at the default confidence threshold of 80 percent – 28 members of Congress with other people who have been arrested for a crime when their portraits were scanned through a database of 25,000 mugshots. The mismatches were disproportionately of people of color, including civil rights legend U.S. Rep. John Lewis. In addition, the ACLU obtained a training PowerPoint used by Washington County that featured a screengrab of the Rekognition software showing an uploaded test photo of O.J. Simpson matching a white man’s mugshot. Despite clear differences in hair and facial complexion, the results came back as a “93.53 percent match.” An annotation below the screengrab reads, “As you can see despite the high percentage value returned, it still requires human interpretation to determine if there is an actual match.” In a statement, Amazon said the ACLU’s study could have been improved by following “best practices” in setting confidence thresholds, which is the percentage likelihood that Rekognition found a match. “While 80 percent confidence is an acceptable threshold for photos of hot dogs, chairs, animals, or other social media use cases, it wouldn’t be appropriate for identifying individuals with a reasonable level of certainty,” the statement said. “When using facial recognition for law enforcement activities, we guide customers to set a threshold of at least 95 percent or higher.” Later, an artificial intelligence engineer from Amazon, Matt Wood, called the study a misinterpretation of the software’s capabilities. Amazon now said it recommended law enforcement agencies using Rekognition set the confidence threshold at 99 percent. Wood, though, acknowledged the need for some types of regulation on the technology. “We should not throw away the oven because the temperature could be set wrong and burn the pizza,” Wood wrote in a statement on Amazon’s website. “It is a very reasonable idea, however, for the government to weigh in and specify what temperature (or confidence levels) it wants law enforcement agencies to meet to assist in their public safety work.”
Facial recognition technology has an algorithmic bias that Joy Buolamwini, founder of the Algorithmic Justice League, calls the “coded gaze.” “A.I. systems are shaped by the priorities and prejudices – conscious and unconscious – of the people who design them,” Buolamwini wrote in June for the New York Times. During her years as a graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Buolamwini put facial recognition software from Microsoft, IBM and Face++ to the test by leveling each software’s matching accuracy based on race and gender. The study found that across all brands, there is an average error rate of 0.5 percent for light-skinned men, compared to an error rate of 30 percent for dark-skinned women – a substantial gap possibly attributable to the unconscious bias displayed by many tech companies in which developers are mostly white and male. In a later study, she found similar results with Rekognition, which she shared first in a personal letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and then with Orlando Weekly. “Amazon Rekognition performs better on lighter-skinned faces than darker-skinned faces with an accuracy difference of 11.45 percent,” she wrote to Bezos. “It also performs better on male faces than female faces with an accuracy difference of 16.47 percent.”
People in Orlando would not
be suspects just because Rekognition scans their faces, Mina argues. “If you think about police officers on the street right now, they’re constantly looking at people in the public, so there’s no violation of privacy there,” he says. “We’ve had hundreds of cameras in the city of Orlando for over 15 years recording people. There’s no privacy issue if you’re out in public.” But isn’t there a difference between being glanced at by a cop and being analyzed by an algorithm that is tracking the movements of dozens of people and looking for a match? Mina doesn’t think so. “It’s just a matter of technology, right?” he says. “Technology is neutral. It’s not good or bad – it’s how we use that technology. People use the internet for evil all the time. Law enforcement uses the internet for good all the time. So that’s what we’re using it for. We’re using the technology for good, for public safety.” But some civil libertarians see Rekognition as a step toward what’s already happening in other parts of the world. The Chinese government, for example, has created an extensive network of surveillance cameras that use facial recognition technology to not only arrest criminal suspects but also monitor ethnic minorities. Chinese officials are also in the process of creating a “social credit system” to publicly rank the trustworthiness of its 1.3 billion residents by tracking their every behavior. The condemnation of Orlando’s use of orlandoweekly.com
Rekognition has been widespread. Locally, 10 organizations, including the Arab American Community Center of Florida, Mi Familia Vota, NeJame Law and Organize Florida, have called on OPD to stop using the software because of its potential to be “used for discriminatory immigration enforcement, monitoring individuals who attend protests and engage in other non-violent activities, or disproportionately surveilling minority communities and residents who have committed no crimes.” Some Amazon workers have also asked Bezos to stop selling the technology to law enforcement. “We don’t have to wait to find out how these technologies will be used,” they wrote in an internal letter. “We already know that in the midst of historic militarization of police, renewed targeting of Black activists, and the growth of a federal deportation force currently engaged in human rights abuses – this will be another powerful tool for the surveillance state, and ultimately serve to harm the most marginalized.” Earlier this month, tech giant Microsoft asked Congress to set regulations for the use of facial recognition. “If we move too fast with facial recognition, we may find that people’s fundamental rights are being broken,” Microsoft president Brad Smith wrote in a blog post. The deployment of facial recognition technology is happening faster than efforts to curtail potential abuse, says Clare Garvie, an associate with the Center on Privacy & Technology. Garvie says it’s encouraging to hear assurances from OPD that it will only use Rekognition to find people with outstanding warrants. But until those regulations are codified, the public will have to take law enforcement’s word for it. “This kind of facial recognition technology is akin to police walking through a public protest and making everyone show their identification,” she says. “We would be appalled if that was permitted. Facial recognition enables a world where law enforcement can do that in secret without anybody knowing it can take place.” In the coming months, the City Council will decide whether to continue with the software. Now is the time for privacy advocates to push back, argues Lynch of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. The Fourth Amendment protects against warrantless wiretaps by government agencies, Lynch says. There should be strict restrictions on when and how police can track people using facial recognition. If not, she fears the practice will become normalized – and then who knows what will happen. “It completely changes the society in which we live,” Lynch says. “It destroys the ability to live in a true democracy if we feel the government is watching us everywhere we go all the time.” firstname.lastname@example.org AUG. 8-14, 2018
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[ arts + culture ]
BY SETH KUBERSKY Good news for supporters of public arts funding: Orange County commissioners are increasing cultural funding by $572,742 in the upcoming fiscal year. Local leaders are dipping into the general fund to help make up for the state of Florida’s recent 94 percent reduction in arts funding. That brings the County’s contribution up to $1.3 million, or $1 for every resident – a ratio not seen here since 2008, and whose reinstatement was debated during May’s Orange County mayoral candidates forum.
All criminal charges against James Brendlinger (see Live Active Cultures, June 13) were dropped in early July. Since then, the former Lake Howell High School teacher has announced that he is relaunching Penguin Point Productions, the acclaimed costume shop and theater company he ran for 13 years out of LHHS, in a new home at the Oviedo Mall. After-school classes for teen thespians are scheduled to start in October 2018, along with the return of Penguin Point’s community prop and costume exchange; visit penguinpointproductions.com for details.
SCREENGRABS OF WORK BY JILLIAN MAYER VIA YOUTUBE: “MEASUREMENTS,” LEFT, AND “MAKEUP TUTORIAL: HOW TO HIDE FROM CAMERAS,” RIGHT.
As facial recognition software becomes omnipresent and the regulation of surveillance cameras lags, artists offer DIY defenses BY JESSICA BRYCE YOU N G
verywhere we go, we’re being scanned not just by human eyes but by cameras. It’s expected, if not enjoyed, in airports, banks and stores, but increasingly it happens even while walking in public spaces. If this doesn’t sit right with you, some artists have come up with ways to preserve your anonymity from Big Brother, though you may draw extra attention from your fellow citizens. Artist Adam Harvey created a fashionbased strategy for hiding in plain sight he dubbed “Computer Vision Dazzle” in 2010, inspired by the dazzle camouflage employed by military ships in World War I. By covering ships with blocky stripes and patterns in high-contrast colors, Allied officers made it tough for the enemy to estimate their size, speed and direction of travel. The technique of fooling faraway eyes by breaking up silhouettes is credited to the artist Norman Wilkinson, who was serving in the British Navy when he had the idea in 1917 (though apparently Picasso, that old fool, took credit for it, claiming it as a form of Cubism). Dazzle camouflage is still used;
the principles behind it haven’t changed, and it turns out this trompe-l’oeil technique can fool algorithmic surveillance as well. Harvey’s project presented models with faces painted in surreal, sharp-edged shapes in back and white, wearing asymmetrical, brightly dyed hairpieces. His take on dazzle can be employed to the same effect by less skilled stylists, though, as shown by artist Jillian Mayer in her 2013 video performance piece, “How to Hide From Cameras.” In the video (watchable on YouTube), Mayer demonstrates a messier, though equally effective, makeup technique for evading surveillance. “We all know that cameras are watching our every step,” warns Mayer. “The implementation of this makeup tutorial in your everyday life will be key to existing track-free.” Like dazzle camouflage, dazzle makeup simply breaks up the face into less recognizable parts. Facial recognition software works by measuring the distance between features as well as mapping depth – “peaks and valleys,” if you will – using available light. Paint your forehead white and your
whole left cheek black, and it confuses the algorithm. (Or, as pointed out by numerous studies, have a black face and watch as you’re misidentified as much as 34 percent of the time.) Facial recognition software can also be confused by hairstyles (time to consider bangs, protesters) and glasses. In fact, researchers from Carnegie-Mellon University found last year that glasses block almost 7 percent of the area that facial biometric systems scan. They also found that decorating the frames with wild patterns scrambled enough pixels in the scanned area to fool the system completely – without having to paint your face like one of Mel Gibson’s minions in Braveheart. Of course, using technology to track our physical bodies mirrors a phenomenon we’ve all become aware of, if not always reconciled to: the way internet browsers track our progress through every corner of the web. In the same way developers write code to block ad pixels as fast as advertisers write code to prevent being blocked, protesters and privacy advocates have moved from masks to hoods to makeup and hairstyling, changing defense each time a strategy is outlawed. (Yes, in many states, it’s illegal to wear masks or even oversized hoodies at protests.) Whether lawmakers will be able to write legislation outlawing makeup remains to be seen. In the meantime, perhaps rally organizers should take a tip from festival planners and add a face-painting booth to the proceedings.
Orlando Ballet School director Dierdre Miles Burger has left after eight years running the dance company’s American Ballet Theatre-accredited educational wing. Phillip Broomhead, who danced with the Houston Ballet, has been appointed interim director of the school, and Burger will still participate in Orlando Ballet’s summer intensive in Jacksonville, where she is moving. Burger’s resignation follows the departure last fall of executive director Caroline Miller, who was recently replaced by Shane Jewell, leaving artistic director Robert Hill as the ballet’s lone longstanding leader.
NOW PLAYING The Wedding Singer, through Aug. 12 at Athens Theatre … Gigolo: The New Cole Porter Revue, through Aug. 19 at Winter Park Playhouse … Including Shooter, through Aug. 19 at Breakthrough Theatre … The Little Foxes, through Aug. 26 at Mad Cow … Pirates of Penzance, through Aug. 26 at CFCArts.
UPCOMING Buyer & Cellar, Aug. 10-Sept. 2 at Mad Cow … Humor Mill Orlando: The Summer of Our Discontent, Aug. 11 at Orlando Shakes … Florida Festival of New Musicals, Aug. 23-26 at Winter Park Playhouse … Human Error, Aug. 23-26 at Theatre UCF … Gypsy, Aug. 24-Sept. 16 at Garden Theatre … Spotlight Cabaret: Natalie Cordone, Sept. 5-6 at Winter Park Playhouse … In the Heights, Sept. 5-Oct. 7 at Orlando Shakes … Nunsense, Sept. 7-16 at TheatreWorks Florida … The Full Monty, Sept. 7-30 at Bay Street Players … A Year With Frog and Toad, Sept. 8-30 at Orlando Rep.
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BY SETH KUBERSKY ASHLEY ECKSTEIN | PHOTO BY SETH KUBERSKY
A long time ago, on a playground
far, far away, boys like myself reveled in reliving the Rebellion’s rout of the Empire, while Wookiee-loving young women were relegated to the sidelines. Today we’re in a whole new galaxy, with strong females at the forefront of the Star Wars resurgence. But since long before Rey or Jyn emerged, actor-entrepreneur Ashley Eckstein has been leading the fangirl revolt, first as the voice of Jedi Ahsoka Tano on the soon-tobe-revived cartoon Clone Wars, and then as founder of the influential fashion line Her Universe. Eckstein has been on a nationwide tour promoting her new book, It’s Your Universe: You Have the Power to Make It Happen, and the Central Florida native recently appeared at the Orlando Rep to share stories of her interstellar journey with family and fans. Here are some words of wisdom from Eckstein on how to make your dreams come true, the way she has.
Ashley Eckstein, fangirl entrepreneur and voice of Ahsoka Tano on Clone Wars, has a new book out to help readers “dream it and do it” me to stop dreaming.” She literally had everything taken away, but they couldn’t strip away her power to dream. No one can take that away from you except yourself – dreaming comes from within.
On her new book:
I grew up here in Orlando, my dad was a Disney cast member, so definitely Disney is in my DNA; I think 23 and Me would find Disney chromosomes. We do have Disney magic in our backyard, which is awesome. The impossible happens in front of your eyes on a regular basis at Walt Disney World, and so I say to seek out opportunities where what you want to do is tangible – where you can see it, you can feel it, you can touch it. Volunteer, or take a class, but you have to take that first step.
It’s a step-by-step guide on how to make your dreams come true. It’s part autobiography, but it’s grown beyond my story, because I’m just paying it forward for everything that my parents instilled in me and the world of Disney inspired me to dream it and do it. There’s no age limit to wishing. Some people think the book is just for teens and tweens, but it’s not. I’m going to be wishing upon stars until the day I die. No matter how much we’ve achieved, no matter how much school we’ve gone through or what position or title we’re at, there’s always a new dream, a new chapter, something new that we can learn. The messages of Disney are ageless, genderless and timeless. It just provides that little bit of hope when you need a little extra pixie dust.
On her favorite princess:
On starting Her Universe:
On growing up Disney:
My favorite Disney princess is Cinderella, I had no idea about how I was going to [and] my favorite line is “They can’t order do it. I didn’t know anything about making
clothes or licensing or any of that. I just knew that there was a need. I knew that women and girls were being bullied for liking sci-fi and fantasy, and there was no merchandise out there for us. I knew that almost 50 percent of sci-fi and fantasy fans were women and girls, and I knew I had my foot in the door at Lucasfilm. So I asked myself, what would Ahsoka do? My answer was, Ahsoka would stand up for fangirls, so that’s what I did. When I first started out I went about it the wrong way twice, and Lucasfilm very kindly told me no twice. They weren’t saying no to my idea, they were saying no because they only work with reputable companies. Had I just heard the word no, we wouldn’t have Her Universe. Instead, I heard “No, but.”
On overcoming failure:
The most important thing is that it’s OK to fail. In fact, you should fail. The times that I failed, the parts that I didn’t get, the times that I did it wrong are the times that I learned the most.
On her wish for the fans:
Next time somebody says, “No you can’t,” hopefully you have a voice in your head – mine sounds like Yoda – that silences that no and says, “Yes I can.” I want to make this a world that is celebrated by everyone. It’s not just for men and boys, these are stories that should be celebrated by everyone. With all the negativity that’s going on in the world, for me the only way to combat the negative is with the positive, so I ask that you be a dream warrior with me: Go out there and make dreams come true. email@example.com orlandoweekly.com
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BY FAIYAZ KARA
Curry Bowl, offering Indo-Chinese fare, has opened in Maitland on the corner of South Keller Road and Fennell Street … Bawarchi Biryanis, a chain with more than 40 locations in the U.S. and Canada, will open an Orlando location Aug. 18 on International Drive across the street from the old Wet ’n Wild … Salvatore’s Prime Sandwiches is the latest announced tenant for Henry’s Depot, the Sanford food hall slated to open this fall … Jinya Ramen Bar, a ramen chain offering 13 different slurps, has opened in Thornton Park … Stasio’s Italian Deli & Market is open in the Milk District … Tampa’s King State coffee is being brewed at the newly opened Deeply Coffee downtown … Local food truck Purple Ocean Super Food Bar has opened a second location outside the Florida Mall … Look for the Robinson Cocktail Room to open above the former Red Mug Diner on East Pine Street by year’s end … VietNomz opens their Waterford Lakes location this month … Texas-based Saltgrass Steak House will open on World Center Drive this fall.
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BUBBLING UNDER The latest boîte from restaurateurs Eddie Nickell and Nick Olivieri blows a bit off course BY FAIYAZ KARA
ddie Nickell and Nick Olivieri: scrape of the fromage over a plate of potatwo names in this city’s royal fam- toes, cornichons and pearl onions made for ily of restaurateurs who have been a rich, if simple, start – like poutine without responsible for such noted restaurants the gravy. Should bivalves command your attention, as the wine-centric Funky Monkey and Southwest-themed Prickly Pear; the rol- there are cornmeal-crusted Gulf oysters licking joint Bananas Modern Diner (miss ($12), perfectly fried and set in their shells those drag gospel brunches!); and a couple with a garlic aioli. Order them raw on the of clunkers in Nick’s Italian Kitchen and half-shell ($2.50 each) and you’ll get a theRestaurant ASH (hey, they can’t all be win- atrical presentation involving dry ice. This ners). Their latest venture – Bites & Bubbles being a month ending in “y,” though, we – is housed inside the birthplace of the orig- ordered the fried versions on one visit, but inal Funky Monkey and was supposed to be were mistakenly brought a plate of raw about fulfilling Champagne wishes and cav- oysters – and we noticed similar faux pas at other tables. We witiar dreams, but it appears as nessed dishes being though aims have changed brought back to the a bit since the restaurant’s BITES & BUBBLES kitchen and, as the May opening. 912 N. Mills Ave. doors swung open, Oh sure, you can get 407-270-5085 looks of perplexity on your sparkling fill from a bitesbubbles.com the cooks’ faces. handful of French bubblies $$$ Another obser(bublés?), but I expected vation: Nickell and more than just a handful. As Olivieri haven’t hired for the caviar, why, there’s no beluga or osetra to speak of. In fact, an executive chef, a fact that became quite there’s no caviar offered at all. The menu, evident after a spoonful of French onion rather, is a hodgepodge of French-inspired soup ($8). The gruyère (at least I think it fare or, in the case of the raclette potatoes was gruyère) had melted and hardened onto ($9), Swiss-inspired. A tableside melt and the overdone croûte. Beneath the tempered
surface lay a thickened stew of chunky carrots, celery and onions – not the texture, nor the ingredients, I was expecting. An overcooked, over-peppered, pan-sautéed snapper ($24) came adulterated with a messy sauce of tomatoes, peppers and shiitake mushrooms. Chunky mashed potatoes and a sweet potato puree seemed like oddly heavy side choices for the snapper when a lemon-beurre and some simple roasted vegetables would’ve made a fine supporting cast. (When it comes to fish, less is more.) Those same sides were appropriate accompaniments to the duck leg confit ($14), its superbly crispy skin enveloping meat that yielded to the lightest touch. This “specialty bite” was a far better effort. We were told to leave room for bananas Foster ($10), and we’re glad we did. You won’t get the tableside flambé, but Olivieri will scoop hot caramelized sugar into the sizable bowl of ice cream and bananas for you; he’ll even toss in some Amarena cherries for an Italian twist. Don’t bother with the vanilla crème brulée ($8), however: The layer of custard is too shallow, and the texture too firm to enjoy. That said, Bites & Bubbles is an enjoyable restaurant. Touch-ups to the interior design (and a longer bar) create a sense of comfort and make you want to stick around for another glass of wine. Plus the affable Nickell and Olivieri keep things buoyant with their gracious style and willingness to please patrons. No doubt their bubbly personalities can take a bit of the bite out of this review’s bark.
NEWS After taking the month of July off to celebrate the nuptials of two of the chef-owners, Kadence has reopened for business in Audubon Park. Congrats, Mark and Jen! … Boxi Park, part of the Tavistock Restaurant Collection, will be an all-purpose gathering ground fashioned from shipping containers in Lake Nona. The open-air venue will feature food trucks, shops, a live music venue and a family fun area. Look for it to open sometime next year.
James Beard Award-winning chef Tony Mantuano hosts Aperitivo Time at Terralina Crafted Italian Saturday, Aug. 11, at 2:30 p.m. Guests will gather on the veranda to enjoy Italian sparkling wines and family-style bites. Cost is $50 … Brian Kerney and Rob Chase of Digress Wine pair up with the Ravenous Pig for a four-course Piedmont Wine Dinner Aug. 19 at 6 p.m. Cost is $100 … Stir Restaurant hosts a four-course beer dinner featuring New Belgium Brewing Aug. 16 at 8 p.m. Cost is only $30 … Second Harvest Food Bank stages another Chef’s Night Aug. 30 at 6 p.m. featuring wine, cheese and chocolate courtesy of Tonda Corrente (La Femme du Fromage), Lisa Wilk (Orlando Uncorked), Jill Ramsier (Quantum Leap Winery) and Peterbrooke Chocolatiers. Cost is $75. Got restaurant dish? Send tips to firstname.lastname@example.org
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That one of the city’s best sushi joints sits inside an out-of-the-way strip mall in Casselberry should come as a bit of a surprise but, then again, many culinary gems reside in such nondescript locales. Weekly deliveries from Tsukiji Fish Market highlight the grand sashimi moriawase, a chef’s selection of 16 cuts. If you’re lucky, scorpion fish, goatfish and madai will make the list. Hushpuppy-like takoyaki and a deconstructed sunomono are worthy options, but bluefin otoro flecked with gold leaf may be the ultimate indulgence. Closed Tuesdays. 1285 Seminola Blvd., Casselberry, 407-636-3251; $$
SOURDOUGH BREAD HOUSE
Turkish breakfast and lunch joint forgoes kebabs in favor of lighter fare like the traditional Turkish breakfast, a Byzantine assemblage of nuts, fruits, vegetables, jams, dips, spreads, cheeses and a fried egg. Meat lovers can opt for various cold cuts (pastrami, roast beef, smoked turkey, beef bacon) on outstanding sourdough bread; the health-conscious can enjoy the same with hummus, avocado, labneh and smoked salmon replacing the cold cuts. Everyone should enjoy a spot of Turkish tea with some of the daily batch of muffins, pastries and cookies. Open until 3:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. 110 N. Orlando Ave., Maitland, 407-636-5204; $$
KAI ASIAN STREET FARE
Service and decor are not the focus at Kai – savory dishes lit with bold flavors and ideal execution are. Channeling the David Chang/Eddie Huang too-cool-forchef-school attitude, Isra Sunhachawi and Quan Van turn out flavor-packed plates like K-Pop and Lock Korean-style loaded fries, so crispy they can withstand an avalanche of bulgogi, kimchi and spicy mayo, and Legendary Garlic Noodles, the stuff of your sweetest, most garlicky dreams. (Note: NOT a first-date dish.) 1555 State Road 436, Winter Park, 407-821-3430; $
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from super-buttery sweet cream and bold Guinness stout. Adorn your cones or cups with interesting toppings (hibiscus crystals, anyone?) and sauces (Mission fig, bourboncaramel). Open daily. 420 E. Church St., 407-286-1084; $
Hourglass District taqueria brings a fine mix of Mexican street eats to the newly minted neighborhood, with tacos – al pastor, mahi and ground beef – worth ordering. Stellar burritos – the carne asada and carnitas in particular – gratify, as does the grilled shrimp tostada. There’s a veg quesadilla but, as of press time, no vegan options. Corn tortillas are made in house; flour tortillas are not. Flan and sopapillas make OK endings. Closed Sunday. 1427 S. Bumby Ave., 321-2475665; $
FLORIDA & CO.
Chef-owner Emily Rankin uses the relationships she’s forged with area farmers, producers and purveyors to serve delectable bowls fashioned from local meats and produce. The cilantro-lemongrass bowl with brown rice, pickled radish, greens and a softboiled egg is as photogenic as it is delicious. A bowl of stone-ground grits, garlic kale and pulled pork smothered in a sauce of datil peppers and kumquats ain’t pretty, but sure is good. Don’t overlook bracing red snapper ceviche; accompanying plantain chips are addictive. Open daily. 3201 Corrine Drive, 407-790-7758; $$
Roman-Italian underground speakeasy is possibly the most un-Disney of Disney restaurants – hidden, moodily lit, Deco-styled and inviting. Starters like the veg agrodolce and arancini-like suppli’ are worth nibbling on, as is complimentary focaccia baked with cherry tomatoes. Pastas aren’t made in-house, and spaghetti tre formaggi is a textural fail, but beef eaters will certainly get their fill of the bistecca pizzaiolo. The cannoli and tiramisu make gratifying endings. Disney Springs, 1560 E. Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista, 407-560-3696; $$$$
Gleaming, modern eatery offers its takes on Vietnamese street fare ranging from beautiful banh mis to stellar sticky rice bowls. Meaty banh bao and fresh spring rolls are also offered; vegans may want to give the meatless noodle soup a try. On the sugary drink front, say yes to the passion fruit milk tea and trad Viet coffee. Say an emphatic no to the durian smoothie. Closed Wednesdays. 1830 E. Colonial Drive, 407730-8538; $$
TARTINE WINE BAR & EATERIE
College Park’s paean to all things bready focuses on the tartine, of which the roast beef and the mixed mushroom versions are quite gratifying. Other French-leaning dishes – middleneck clams in a spicy white wine broth, escargots baked in a croissant shell, and the tallow candle – are worth a look. Pastries are always worth saving room for, the chocolate mousse on a crunchy hazelnut praline in particular. French beers and a small yet interesting wine list are offered. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. 2445 Edgewater Drive, 407-845-0016; $$ n
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American Animals Heist thriller that combines documentary and narrative techniques to tell the real-life story of four college kids who try to steal rare books from their school library. Opens Friday; Enzian Theater, 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland; $11; 407-629-0054; enzian.org. The Big Lebowski A special 20th-anniversary screening of the Coen brothers’ cult film about bowling, kidnapping and nihilism. Wednesday, 2 & 7 pm; multiple locations; $13.31; fathomevents. com. Blood Fest Horror film from Rooster Teeth about a horror convention that goes horribly wrong. Meta! Tuesday, 7:30 pm; multiple locations; $13.31; fathomevents.com. Cult Classics: Good Burger Two fast-food workers stand up to creeping corporate hegemony and get embroiled in a plot to steal the recipe for a secret sauce. Tuesday, 9:30 pm; Enzian Theater, 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland; $8; 407-6290054; enzian.org. FilmSlam Monthly showcase of the best in local independent film. Vote for each month’s winner. Sunday, 1 pm; Enzian Theater, 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland; $8; 407-629-0054; enzian.org. Grave of the Fireflies Studio Ghibli animated film about two Japanese siblings who struggle to survive in the immediate aftermath of World War II. Sunday, 12:55 pm, Monday, 7 pm; multiple locations; $13.31; fathomevents.com.
Adam Driver and John David Washington in BlacKkKlansman
More Q Than A: Dead Man Jim Jarmusch’s psychedelic western follows a Cleveland accountant as he travels through the frontier and meets with a strange assortment of characters and troubles. Wednesday, 7 pm; Rogers Kiene Building, 39 S. Magnolia Ave.; $5-$7.
that the actors utter, many of which are played for comedy. The two leads (John David Washington as Stallworth and Adam Driver as his partner) are effective, as is Topher Grace as Duke, but most of the supSpike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman is provocative but flawed porting cast badly overacts. The film does offer moments of dramatic power, but they BY C A M E R O N M E I E R are too often sullied by misplaced stylistic pike Lee practically wrote the book is included in the movie along with other flourishes, over-scoring and awkward split on cinematic sizzle and provocation, details of the investigation and Stallworth’s screens. By the time the 135-minute film or at least the chapters that address life, including a sandwiched romance and finally ended – with chilling, real footage the issue of race in modern America. And an explosive ending. Some details are from the 2017 Charlottesville tragedy – I though the latest addition to his canon, true, some are embellished, and some are was exhausted by the film’s intensity and BlacKkKlansman, is undeniably powerful, invented, for above all else, this is a Spike addled by its unfocused narrative. Myriad cultural icons and politiit’s also one big mess of a movie: structur- Lee joint. It’s an example of Lee – along ally flawed, conceptually challenged and with co-writers Charlie Wachtel, David cal figures are ripe for attack. Birth of a Rabinowitz and Kevin Willmott – using an Nation gets it the worst, as it should, and tonally troubled. Based on the subject’s autobiogra- event to teach us a lesson about race, both Donald Trump doesn’t fare much better. Richard Nixon and even Woodrow Wilson phy, BlacKkKlansman is the story of then and now. Lee has earned the right to help lead that are skewered, as is Gone With the Wind, Ron Stallworth, a black policeman from Colorado Springs, Colorado, who infiltrat- national discussion on race. I haven’t. But though, strangely, that film’s soundtrack is changed, presumably ed the Ku Klux Klan in the 1970s. Well, sort I respectfully disagree because Lee didn’t have of. Not being able to go fully undercover with his filmmaking the rights. This in-yourbecause of his color, of course, he partnered choices as they relate BLACKKKLANSMAN face attitude should with a white officer, who did the physical to that discussion. For Opens Friday, Aug. 10 not surprise anyone, instance, instead of infiltration. as Lee is an artistic Amazingly, Stallworth handled all creating a drama that flamethrower, which is the phone conversations while his part- thoughtfully juxtaposes often a noble endeavor. ner met the Klan members – including the 1970s with 2018, or But this time his fire Grand Wizard David Duke – in person. diffuses the horrors of And the KKK clowns could never tell the bigotry and racism with comedy (think scorches almost everything in sight equally. Art is meant to anger, to provoke, to wake difference in voices. (That detail is actu- Mel Brooks’ “Springtime for Hitler”), Lee ally true, although its inclusion in the film combines the two genres. The result is a people up to injustice. And BlacKkKlansman stretches believability. But I guess Lee cor- tonally challenged mishmash of subplots, does that unrelentingly. But judged as a serious piece of filmmaking – as it should rectly assumed we wouldn’t credit the KKK messages and moods. Though the film offers sporadic laughs, be, considering Lee’s past work – his latest imbeciles with much intelligence.) In real life, the undercover operation I found it impossible to muster even a grin film is an unorganized, misguided provocaled to the discovery that federal employ- amid the onslaught of nauseating racial, tion with a cinematic sledgehammer. ees were KKK members. That revelation ethnic, homophobic and misogynist slurs email@example.com
Popcorn Flicks in the Park: Finding Nemo Outdoor screening of the Pixar film about a clownfish who travels across the ocean in search of his lost son. Thursday, 8 pm; Central Park, Winter Park, North Park Avenue and West Morse Boulevard, Winter Park; free; enzian.org.
Rachel Hollis: Made for More The founder of the Chic Site blog gives a motivational speaking engagement. Monday, 7:30 pm; multiple locations; $15.98; fathomevents.com. Saturday Matinee Classics: The Day the Earth Stood Still One of the greatest sci-fi films ever created follows Klaatu, an alien who comes to Earth to deliver a dire warning to mankind. Saturday, noon; Enzian Theater, 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland; $8; 407-629-0054; enzian.org. Superhero Film Festival: Look to the Sky Uplifting stories of young people who have demonstrated the iconic spirit of Superman by becoming real-life superheroes when facing life-threatening situations, homelessness, physical challenges and loss. Tuesday, 11 am; Orlando Public Library, 101 E. Central Blvd.; free; 407-8357323; ocls.info. VHS Swap & Show Presents: Frankenhooker A swap meet for fans of old VHS tapes with a screening of a 1990 black comedy horror film about a man who resurrects his dead girlfriend by harvesting body parts from sex workers. Friday, 8 pm; Stardust Video and Coffee, 1842 E. Winter Park Road; free; 407-623-3393; facebook. com/stardustie.
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Documentary about Fred Rogers and his groundbreaking children’s television show. Through Thursday; Enzian Theater, 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland; $11; 407629-0054; enzian.org. Yellow Submarine A special 50th anniversary screening of the animated film inspired by the Beatles. Through Thursday; Enzian Theater, 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland; $11; 407-629-0054; enzian.org. ●
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ON SCREENS IN ORLANDO
BY ST EVE SCHNEIDER
THIS WEEK: American Animals After a false alarm in these pages seven weeks ago (Sorry! Sorry!), the opening-night film of the 2018 Florida Film Festival finally returns for a full engagement at Maitland’s Enzian Theater. To find out what our Cameron Meier thought of this story of four friends who attempt a rare-book heist, check out his review at orlandoweekly.com. And keep watching this page for news of everything that isn’t opening in Orlando. (Sorry again!) (R) A.X.L. A young bike rider befriends a robot dog that was created by the U.S. military, then helps protect said dog from said military when they attempt to recapture him after an accident gone awry. Learn more about it in my upcoming companion book, This Is a Movie That Was Actually Made in 2018. (PG) Dog Days The second canine-themed release of the week is an ensemble comedy about Los Angelenos whose lives intersect thanks to their furry, four-footed friends. So in other words, it’s Must Love Dogs, Actually? The cast of starring humans includes Eva Longoria, Vanessa Hudgens and Stranger Things/It breakout kid Finn Wolfhound. Excuse me, Wolfhard. (PG; opens Wednesday, Aug. 8) The Meg Not a Family Guy spinoff flick, although wouldn’t that be something? The “Meg” here stands for Megalodon, as in the supposedly extinct super-shark that in this film arises from the Chinese oceans to bedevil a bunch of scientists. Brought in to save the day is Jason Statham, who will apparently attempt to defeat the shark by driving much faster than it. (PG-13)
Slender Man The well-traveled internet creepypasta gets its own, official feature, in which a trio of teenage girls go on the hunt for the titular child abductor. Not everybody is happy about the film’s release, though, including the parents of some real-life girls who are doing serious time in mental-health facilities for stabbing a classmate 19 times in a misguided attempt to curry the favor of the wholly fictitious Slender Man. Hey, there’s always a spoilsport. (PG-13)
ALSO PLAYING: Generation Wealth Documentarian Lauren Greenfield captured Orlando-area ostentation on film in her previous film The Queen of Versailles, which profiled filthy-rich local disgraces David and Jackie Siegel. Jackie is also in Greenfield’s new doc, Generation Wealth, but she’s merely one of the personalities on display in a movie that probes our allegedly acquisitive culture. Greenfield’s thesis is that rampant greed for things we don’t need has become the motivating force in American society. That’s funny: Most of the people I know are motivated by the need to scrabble together $1,200 a month to live in a dumpster behind 55 West. But you do you, Lauren. (R; playing at Regal Winter Park Village Stadium 20 & RPX) Karwaan A Bollywood road-trip movie in which an IT worker has to retrieve his father’s corpse after it’s sent to the wrong family. Yahoo India Movies calls Karwaan a “comedy of error,” which sure sounds like a case of lowering expectations to me. (NR; playing at AMC Universal Cineplex 20) orlandoweekly.com
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GREAT LIVE MUSIC RATTLES ORLANDO EVERY NIGHT Stranger Than Fiction Showcase of new and young Central Floridian talent with Stranger Than Fiction joined by Phantom Phunk and the Young Something. 9 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8, at Will’s Pub, $8-$10
DK the Drummer Mutemath founder turned “drum jockey” goes all out at the Social with a solo set and a set as part of his duo project Sucré. 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9, at the Social, $15$17 PHOTO BY SHERVIN LAINEZ
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GROWING UP IN PUBLIC American Football breathe teenage anthems BY JEN CRAY
hen you’re a teenager – making art, making music, making love – the real world feels a million miles away. Marriage, jobs, kids, benefits, 401(k) plan – all of it feels like a future for someone else, not for the artist you currently are. I’m sure these adult problems probably never crossed the mind of Mike Kinsella, or any of his bandmates in American Football, back in the late ’90s when they were writing their first record. They were kids, writing about young love, writing with a whole lot of heart, pulling inspiration from bands like Shudder to Think, messing around with tunings and time signatures and subsequently influencing a future generation that would come to relate to a then-unheard-of genre called “emo.” Their music was young, it was naive, and it was meant to be such because that’s what they were. “It wasn’t meant to be heard by a bunch of people. It was just sort of an art project,” Kinsella tells Orlando Weekly, on a balmy Midwest summer afternoon after swimming with his kids. But that album was heard by a bunch of people, and even though the band stopped playing out almost immediately after recording their first album in 1999, and split up soon after, a weird thing happened in the 15 years
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I’d be more embarrassed by it, but it happened organically … we were surprised that people were even interested. … At this new life into their point, I think that everyone is coming to it from a nostalgic standpoint.” And at this point in the band’s lives, they’re just searching for a “creative release” after the kids go to bed: “It’s an that followed. American Football gained artistic part-time job.” Because, as Kinsella an international cult following. So when, tells OW, “Everything that sounds so stein 2014, they decided to reunite and play reotypical when it happens to other people, a handful of shows they were surprised to when you get older, is totally fucking true.” And though there’s no telling what the not only find themselves playing to soldout rooms but playing to a crowd too young future will hold for the unpredictable life to have even been around when their first cycle of American Football, Kinsella does reveal that the band has been writing new record hit. “At first it felt … funny. It felt like I music. “When we were working on the second record we were was faking it, kind of. like, ‘Oh my God, peoLike I was in a cover ple are gonna lose their band,” Kinsella confessAMERICAN FOOTBALL minds if they liked the es. “[The songs] almost with You Blew it! first record, ’cause this have taken on a new 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9 is so much better than meaning, like I’m reinThe Beacham, 46 N. Orange Ave. that!’ And now we’re terpreting them while 407-246-1419 working on new music I’m singing. It’s a way to thebeacham.com and we’re like, ‘Holy keep it interesting to me. $25-$30 cow if they liked that Still, there are lines that second record, they’re you can tell I’m kind of cringing or laughing while I’m singing gonna fucking love this new record!’” Nearly 20 years after their inception, ’em. And then there’s some I interpret in a new way and that I can barely get through American Football will make their Orlando debut on a mini-tour that hits a couple without crying.” Imagine digging out your old journals of cities in California and a couple of citfrom high school, finding the most naked ies in Florida – and that’s it. Even more and vulnerable entries, and then singing special for Orlando, local emo heroes You them to a room full of strangers, decades Blew It! plan on coming out of their own later. “That’s exactly what it is. … If this hiatus to play as support on these three thing had started as us trying to push it Florida dates. on people or sell it to people, then maybe firstname.lastname@example.org orlandoweekly.com
outdoor gig from the celebrated Puerto Rican reggaeton duo. Silver Spurs Arena will shake to its very foundations. 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 10, at Silver Spurs Arena, $37-$172
RV After an implosion last year, these young, dour locals are playing a reunion show; expect brittle, icy, melancholy postpunk excellence. 9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11, at Stardust Video & Coffee, $5
Ancient Sun Local “groove rock” vets ply their catchy trade in one of a series of regular – and free – Tanqueray’s gigs. 10:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12, at Tanqueray’s, free
Rocko English Local indie rock trio Rocko English headline a stacked gig with Goose Head, Head Banned and Due East. Check the pulse of the scene. 9 p.m. Monday, Aug. 13, at Will’s Pub, $5
Drake Bell Drake and Josh alum is all grown up and making a serious go at music; catch him giving back to the community at this OnePulse benefit. 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14, at the Abbey, $23.16-$107.62 ●
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detailed, Orlando art scene pillar Pat Greene has traded in his local card for a little while to become an American refugee. The void he leaves is big, but at least a significant part of his musical legacy will continue. The vanguard In-Between Series at the former Gallery at Avalon Island space will not only survive but will go on in good, kindred hands with Christopher Belt. As founder of the Accidental Music Festival, executive director of the Timucua Arts Foundation, a modern classical musician himself and a longtime Greene associate, Belt’s no stranger to presenting interesting music. And as he tells me, “The plan is to keep it going in the spirit that Pat created it – noisy, experimental, improvisational, unpredictable music in the Rogers Kiene Building.” All together now, phhheeewww. The Belt era of the In-Between Series begins Aug. 13 with local noisy experimental duo Exponential Decay. This week, a look into new spot Grumpy’s Underground Lounge and what it could mean for the Mills Avenue scene.
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In terms of new openings, it’s been a historically ambitious year on the city’s music club landscape. Not all has panned out exactly as promised, but shit’s been interesting. Among the quietest entrants, though, has been new Mills 50 spot Grumpy’s Underground Lounge. The small hangout is right next door to essential live-music breeding ground and local color vortex Uncle Lou’s and seems
Standing in Grumpy’s, watching the bands and the curious foot traffic just beyond the storefront windows behind them, it feels like a gateway into Oddlando just got a little wider. to operate on that weird Mills Avenue frequency – both similar and different to Lou’s. Its programming is eclectic beyond visible rhyme or reason and its presence so far is distinctly under the radar. It’s curiously sporadic in activity, operating on the low since early this year with a lean events calendar and a Facebook page listing hours only Thursday through Saturday. But I’ve been looking for a reason besides karaoke and open jam nights to check out Grumpy’s for a while now, and a recent live show there was finally it. Headlining was Tallahassee band Too Bad, who got nice and loud with their overdriven hardcore. It was rough, raw and capable of real ignition. Also playing was Alien Witch, the solo vehicle of Orlando musician Darren Crittenden. He’s a former Bubble Boy who’s also one half of Joy Lane, the stark electronic act that recently thrilled next door at Lou’s. This new project continues Crittenden’s explorations out on the minimalist fringe, this time riding a cold wave with gloomy guitars. Live, Alien Witch’s electronics are much more background, the
keyboard functioning primarily to provide the skeletal beat in this performance while the guitars weave a bleak tapestry evocative of early Cure. It’s an exercise in stark atmosphere that’s a direct tap back into the original marrow of post-punk as if the past 40 years (or the mainstream) never happened. But back to Grumpy’s. The cozy joint is just about the size of Uncle Lou’s, though not nearly as much of an outright dive. It’s clean (for now) but definitely a work in progress. Instead of a concept place, it feels more like the kind of open community space that could take shape organically according to the draw, like St. Matthew’s Tavern up the street. Also, though not a restaurant first, Grumpy’s does some latenight food service. It’s too early to know exactly what its place will be in the Mills Avenue ecosystem, but there’s already some promise. Because of Grumpy’s proximity to the freak scene of Lou’s, some mingling is all but guaranteed. And this is where things could get interesting and synergistic. There’s already a notable procession of joint events planned that span both spaces, like Battle for Mills (Aug. 3), Sell-Out Con (Sept. 15), Sun & Moon Festival (Sept. 20) and Florida Underground Fest (Oct. 6). Even on this night, there was an ebb and flow of live-music action that had people shuffling back and forth between the two clubs. Standing there inside Grumpy’s, watching the bands and the curious foot traffic just beyond the storefront windows behind them, it already feels like a key gateway into Oddlando just got a little wider. email@example.com orlandoweekly.com
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Wednesday, Aug. 8
More Q Than A: Dead Man FILM
Although the Gallery at Avalon Island is no more and the ultimate use of the Rogers Kiene Building where it was located is still a matter of speculation, we were happy to hear that the More Q Than A film series will continue for the foreseeable future. (More questions than answers, indeed.) This month’s offering in the second-floor theater space is Jim Jarmusch’s revisionist Western Dead Man, featuring Johnny Depp as the eponymous protagonist, a milquetoast accountant on the lam who’s protected throughout the film by an outcast called Nobody. (“Dead Man and Nobody”: sounds like a sub-Beckettian pair of characters.) The film also stars he-man Robert Mitchum in his final performance, an original score consisting of Neil Young’s solo guitar noodlings, and Iggy Pop in a beribboned bonnet. – Jessica Bryce Young 7 p.m. | Rogers Kiene Building, 39 S. Magnolia Ave. | facebook.com/rogerskienebuilding | $5-$7
Friday, Aug. 10
Bomba Estéreo MUSIC
Colombian party monsters Bomba Estéreo – “Stereo Bomb” was never more apt – are one of those rare outfits whose music is so catchy and immediate, yet intricate and more than a lil’ weird, that it appeals as much to the nerds at NPR as it does to Latin Grammy voters, jaded SXSW attendees and, um, Will Smith. Spinning out of A.M. 770, the collective of musicians in Bomba Estéreo has been going strong since 2005 and most recently made waves with a reggaeton remix of “To My Love” that is an earworm par excellence. This is the new wave of cosmic cumbia. – Matthew Moyer 8 p.m. | The Plaza Live, 425 N. Bumby Ave. | 407-228-1220 | plazaliveorlando. com | $25-$39.50
Friday, Aug. 10
Moat Cobra MUSIC
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Our area has plenty of good punk bands and plenty of good metal bands, but few embody the two genres with such equal conviction as Orlando’s Moat Cobra. And after several years sharpening their claws in the city’s underground opening up for heavyweights of both camps – from KEN Mode to Wolvhammer – they’re finally stepping out with their debut album. Recorded by Junior Bruce’s Jeff McAlear at High Five Audio (the DeLand studio run by McAlear and Junior Bruce frontman Scott Angelacos), Deimos is a full-length dive into the bloody, twisted viscera of slashing rock and dark Greek mythology. The record also features a blistering vocal cameo by Angelacos (“Blood Crops”). To celebrate the release, Moat Cobra have rounded up a mob of locals that reflects their heavy range, including the Hamiltons, Junior Bruce, 430 Steps and Call in Dead. This one’s gonna be a ripper. – Bao Le-Huu with the Hamiltons, Junior Bruce, 430 Steps, Call in Dead | 8 p.m. | Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave. | willspub.org | $10
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Saturday, Aug. 11
Goodbye Anime Fun Shop MUSIC
It was a short, frenetic burst of glam-gone-underground activity – though, sadly, it was a lengthy run in terms of DIY venue lifespans – and in that one-yearand-change, Vanessa Barros Andrade’s Anime Fun shop, fka A-Shop, hosted performers as varied as Nightspace, Kurt Fowl, Bestial Mouths, Craow and Psychic Hotline, creating this beautifully strange cognitive dissonance of the musical outer limits syncing with avant-garde fashion. Crucially, Anime Fun Shop provided a performing haven for queer, POC and fellow-traveling outsiders that might not venture into Orlando otherwise. But the space itself has proven durable and lasting, surviving many different iterations and caretakers, and we’re betting that this is not the end of 647 N. Mills. Until then, come say your goodbyes to Barros Andrade and take in incredible performances from Los Angeles’ Precious Child and Cade. – MM with Precious Child, Cade, TBA | 10 p.m. | Anime Fun Shop, 647 N. Mills Ave. | facebook.com/a999shop | $5
Saturday-Sunday, Aug. 11-12
Walker Stalker Orlando EVENTS
AMC’s The Walking Dead begins its ninth season this fall under the specter of lead Andrew Lincoln’s departure. But the show has built up such a strong supporting cast that many still expect the show to keep going for several more years. You can meet a large chunk of that cast – whether or not their characters are still alive – at this weekend’s Walker Stalker, a convention devoted to the show. Along with photo and autograph opportunities, cast members like Ross Marquand (Aaron), Tom Payne (Jesus) and Alanna Masterson (Tara) will answer questions about the show’s future in a live Q&A, and go deep into esoterica in smaller panels. And, of course, no convention is complete without the opportunity to blow tons of money on merch from vendors hawking everything from professional-grade special effects make-up to autographed Pop! Vinyl figurines. – Thaddeus McCollum 10:30 a.m. | Orange County Convention Center, 9800 International Drive | walkerstalkercon.com | $40-$80
Sunday, Aug. 12
W.D. Walker & Grant Carnival EVENTS
Mills Avenue is often a circus during the evening hours, but we don’t often mean that literally – until now. Carnie-esque Will’s Pub owner Will Walker and liquor distiller William Grant & Sons have teamed up to throw an actual carnival on the 1000 block of North Mills Avenue. Hit the midway to play carnival games, or take in sideshow performances from 20 Penny Circus, hypnotist Larry Silver or street magician Richard the Adequate. Enjoy carnival food from ChiPhi and La Empanada food trucks. Bid on liquor-bottle art in an auction benefiting the Zebra Coalition. And of course, it wouldn’t be a Will’s Pub event without live music from the likes of Luscious Lisa and Last Electric Rodeo throughout the day. Oh, and tickets are done carnival style: Buy them individually or by the strip and use them to play games or watch shows. – TM 2-9 p.m. | Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave. | willspub.org | $2-$10
Tuesday, Aug. 14
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Shakira’s hips don’t lie and you can see so for yourself at the Amway Center on Tuesday. Yep, we went and said that overly done, though almost necessary, cliché – and we mean it, too. The Colombia-raised, multi-Grammy and Latin Grammy Award-winning artist is stopping through the City Beautiful as a part of her El Dorado World Tour, the latest in her nearly 30-year career as a pop sensation. This show is a replacement date for the one she was forced to cancel in January, due to a vocal cord injury that took longer to recover from than originally expected. – Xander Peters 7:30 p.m. | Amway Center, 400 W. Church St. | 800-745-3000 | amwaycenter.com | $47.50-$260.43
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MUSIC WEDNESDAY, AUG. 8 Peppino D’Agostino 8 pm; Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave., Winter Park; $20; 407-636-9951. Stranger Than Fiction, Phantom Phunk, the Young Something 9 pm; Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave.; $8-$10. Wax Nostalgic: Vinyl Listening Party 8 pm; The Nook on Robinson, 2432 E. Robinson St.; free.
THURSDAY, AUG. 9 American Football, You Blew It! 7 pm; The Beacham, 46 N. Orange Ave.; $25-$30; 407-648-8363. DK the Drummer, Sucré 7 pm; The Social, 54 N. Orange Ave.; $15-$17; 407-246-1419. Kallan HK, DJ Nela 10 pm; Peek Downtown, 50 E. Central Blvd. Suite B; $5-$10. Leisure Chief 10:30 pm; Tanqueray’s, 100 S. Orange Ave.; free; 407-649-8540.
Justin Quiles Friday at House of Blues
Makari 6:30 pm; Soundbar, 37 W. Pine St.; $10. Of Good Nature, Seranation 8 pm; West End Trading Company, 202 S. Sanford Ave., Sanford; $8-$10; 407-322-7475. Thursday Night Hang: Marco Bojorquez 8 pm; Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave., Winter Park; free; 407-636-9951.
FRIDAY, AUG. 10 Beautiful Bobby Blackmon Band 8 pm; Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave., Winter Park; $15; 407-636-9951. Bomba Estéreo 8 pm; The Plaza Live, 425 N. Bumby Ave.; $25-$39.50; 407-228-1220. Bronx Boys feat. Colin Farrell 8:30 pm; Fiddler’s Green, 544 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park; free; 407-645-2050. The Firewater Tent Revival 7 pm; Johnny’s Other Side, 1619 Michigan St.; free; 407-894-6900. GW Souther Band 10:30 pm; Tanqueray’s, 100 S. Orange Ave.; free; 407-649-8540. 38
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Justin Quiles 8 pm; House of Blues, Disney Springs, Lake Buena Vista; $37.25; 407-934-2583. Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band, Beth Hart Band 7:30 pm; Hard Rock Live, 6050 Universal Blvd.; $50-$65; 407-351-5483.
SATURDAY, AUG. 11 Big 10-4 6 pm; The Social, 54 N. Orange Ave.; $20; 407-246-1419.
Max Chapman 9 pm; Elixir, 9 W. Washington St.; $10.
Eprom 10 pm; Gilt Nightclub, 740 Bennett Road; $10-$25; 407-504-7699.
Moat Cobra, the Hamiltons, Junior Bruce, 430 Steps, Call in Dead 8 pm; Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave.; $10.
Fit for a King, Like Moths to Flames, Currents, A Valiant Effort, Steal the Day 7 pm; Soundbar, 37 W. Pine St.; $16.
Music for Sacred Spaces 7:30 pm; an evening of Bach, Haydn, Handel and more from CFCArts Classical Choir. Maitland Presbyterian Church, 341 US Highway 17-92, Maitland; $10; cfcarts.com.
Goodbye Anime Fun: Precious Child, Cade 10 pm; Anime Fun-Shop, 647 N. Mills Ave.; $5.
Nio Garcia x Casper 10 pm; Gilt Nightclub, 740 Bennett Road; $10-$40; 407-504-7699.
Joe Survival Caruso 8 pm; Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave., Winter Park; $15; 407-636-9951.
Tortured Soul 9 pm; Iron Cow, 2438 E. Robinson St.; $15-$25.
Libyan Hit Squad, Tam Tam the Sandwich Man 10 pm; Henao Contemporary Center, 5601 Edgewater Drive; $5.
Zion & Lennox 8 pm; Osceola Heritage Park, 1875 Silver Spur Lane, Kissimmee; $37-$172; 321-697-3333.
Mario Party Rave: Nelward, W.T. Snacks, PolyKarp, Ben Briggs, David Quinn 9 pm; The Geek Easy, 114 S. Semoran Blvd., Winter Park; $5; 407-332-9636.
Frankenhooker Emerald City Cabaret: Millennium It’s weird that “turn of the century” now means less than 20 years ago, but that’s how time works, we guess. Emerald City Cabaret cashes in on your nostalgia for the not-that-recent past with a tribute to – ahem – turn-of-thecentury pop culture. Motorola Razrs, Napster, Winamp, Livejournal, Dane Cook: What do all of these things have in common? They all used to be popular back in the early 2000s. Expect callouts of some of these and more as Em City pays tribute with routines that tickle your funnybone as much as your fancy. 9 p.m. Friday; The Venue, 511 Virginia Drive; $16-$20; thevenueorlando.com
Dot Dot Dot Comedy Showcase Ellipsis Brewing’s monthly comedy showcase offers up snacks to go along with the laughs. Big Tim Murphy hosts a selection of local comics while you enjoy “artisan” popcorn – that’s a thing now? – and your first draft is included in the ticket price. Best to get tickets in advance, as the show has sold out each time so far. 8 p.m. Saturday; Ellipsis Brewing, 7500 TPC Blvd.; $15; ellipsisbrewing.com
Outbreak in Orlando After wandering around the convention center all day for Walker Stalker Orlando, wind down at Rosen Plaza’s Club 3Nine for Outbreak in Orlando. The afterparty is hosted by The Walking Dead’s Ross Marquand and Michael Traynor and offers special effects makeup stations, a costume contest, a VR station, dancing and drinking. Just don’t try to bring any prop weapons in – it makes the zombies nervous. 8 p.m. Saturday; Club 3Nine, Rosen Plaza, 9700 International Drive; $30-$40; moshimoshiproductions.com VHS Swap & Show: Frankenhooker Horror fans know that their entire fandom probably wouldn’t exist without the advent of home video; VHS allowed filmmakers to create low-budget hack-and-slashers and get them out to a wide audience for as cheap as possible. Bring your tapes to swap with other fans at Stardust this week, and stick around for a screening of Frankenhooker, a comedyhorror film from Basket Case director Frank Henenlotter about a guy who reanimates his dead girlfriend using parts harvested from sex workers, like ya do. 8 p.m. Saturday; Stardust Video & Coffee, 1842 E. Winter Park Road; free; stardustie.com
Watsky Oct. 4 at the Beacham Umphrey’s McGee, Aug. 16 at House of Blues Steel Panther, Aug. 17 at the Plaza Live The B-52s, Aug. 19 at House of Blues Beyoncé & Jay-Z, Aug. 29 at Camping World Stadium Paul Simon, Sept. 11 at Amway Center Hot Snakes, Sept. 11 at the Abbey Stryper, Sept. 13 at House of Blues Kathy Griffin, Sept. 13 at Bob Carr Theater Carlos Vives, Sept. 14 at Amway Center Nick Cannon, Sept. 15 at Amway Center
Fall Out Boy, Sept. 16 at Amway Center Parkway Drive, Sept. 17 at House of Blues BØRNS, Sept. 17 at the Beacham 5 Seconds of Summer, Sept. 18 at House of Blues Social Distortion, Sept. 20 at House of Blues
Kali Uchis, Oct. 2 at the Beacham Watsky, Oct. 4 at the Beacham
Mac Miller, Thundercat, Nov. 16 at CFE Arena
Good Charlotte, Oct. 16 at Hard Rock Live
Ghost, Nov. 23 at the Dr. Phillips Center
Nicki Minaj & Future, Oct. 20 at Amway Center
Elton John, Nov. 27 at Amway Center
MST3K Live, Oct. 20 at Hard Rock Live
Owl City, Sept. 26 at the Plaza Live
Death Cab for Cutie, Oct. 23 at Hard Rock Live
David Byrne, Sept. 28 at the Dr. Phillips Center Father John Misty, Sept. 29 at Hard Rock Live
Tracy Morgan, Nov. 4 at the Plaza Live
Chayanne, Oct. 11 at Amway Center
The Decemberists, Sept. 23 at House of Blues
Andrew W.K., Sept. 28 at the Beacham
Marilyn Manson, Oct. 31 at Hard Rock Live
Mustard Plug, Oct. 25 at Will’s Pub Alice in Chains, Oct. 27 at Hard Rock Live Toto, Oct. 30 at Hard Rock Live
Cannibal Corpse, Dec. 5 at the Abbey Thievery Corporation, Dec. 7 at House of Blues A John Waters Christmas, Dec. 17 at the Plaza Live Shinedown, Dec. 2829 at House of Blues Hamilton, Jan. 22Feb. 10, 2019, at the Dr. Phillips Center
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THEWEEK The Molly Ringwalds 7:30 pm; House of Blues, Disney Springs, Lake Buena Vista; $12.75; 407-934-2583. Omnom 9 pm; Celine Orlando, 22 S. Magnolia Ave.; free. Records & Us: Gabriel & Melo 8 pm; The Nook on Robinson, 2432 E. Robinson St.; free. RV, Reels, Sugarplum 9 pm; Stardust Video and Coffee, 1842 E. Winter Park Road; $5 suggested donation; 407-623-3393. Scream for Me Longwood: Wasted Years (Iron Maiden), Chemical Warfare (Slayer), Knucklehead, SpikMetal, Killscreen, CanVas 7 pm; Shovelhead Lounge, 900 S. Highway 17-92, Longwood; $5; 407-202-1076. Shak Nasti, One Drop Noon; Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave.; $10. Solitary Man: Tribute to Neil Diamond 7:30 pm; Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center, 201 S. Magnolia Ave., Sanford; $23-$30; 407-321-8111. Travis Larson Band, Jupiter Groove, Audiohive 8 pm; The Haven, 6700 Aloma Ave., Winter Park; $10; 407-673-2712. Volume Zero, Tracey Blades & the Born Losers, Dougie Flesh & the Slashers, Transdimensionalizers 9 pm; Uncle Lou’s Entertainment Hall, 1016 N. Mills Ave.; $5; 407-270-9104.
SUNDAY, AUG. 12 Opera on Park: Suzanne Kantorski 2 pm; opera recital with special guest soprano Suzanne Kantorski. University Club of Winter Park, 841 N. Park Ave., Winter Park; $30-$75; 407-644-6149; operaorlando.org. Robbin the Bank 8 pm; Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave., Winter Park; $15; 407-636-9951.
MONDAY, AUG. 13 The Blues Juniors 10 pm; Lil Indies, 1036 N. Mills Ave.; free. Goose Head, Rocko English, Head Banned, Due East 9 pm; Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave.; $5.
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Drake Bell, Kira Kosarin 7 pm; The Abbey, 100 S. Eola Drive; $20-$100; 407-704-6261. The Groove Orient 10:30 pm; Tanqueray’s, 100 S. Orange Ave.; free; 407-649-8540. Open Mic Night: Landon Noland 8 pm; Copper Rocket Pub, 106 Lake Ave., Maitland; free; 321-202-0011. Shakira 7:30 pm; Amway Center, 400 W. Church St.; $47.50-$260.43; 800-745-3000. Tuesday Night Sessions: Chris Cortez Trio 8 pm; Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave., Winter Park; free; 407-636-9951. Vacationer, Sego 7 pm; The Social, 54 N. Orange Ave.; $17-$20; 407-246-1419.
THEATER Black Wood Workshop Play Reading Workshop reading of a new one-act from Steve Schneider. Monday, 7:30 pm; Savoy Orlando, 1913 N. Orange Ave.; free; savoyorlando.com. Buyer & Cellar A struggling Los Angeles actor takes a job working in the basement of a beloved superstar – and then one day Barbra Streisand herself ventures downstairs. Wednesday-Saturday, 8 pm, Sunday, 3 pm; Mad Cow Theatre, 54 W. Church St.; $40; 407-297-8788; madcowtheatre.com. Footloose the Musical Musical based on the Kevin Bacon movie about a town that bans dancing. Thursday-Friday, 7 pm, Saturday, 2:30 & 7 pm, Sunday, 2:30 pm; St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Windermere; $10-$20; st.lukes.org. Gigolo: The New Cole Porter Revue Inspired by the life of Porfirio Rubirosa, this musical revue features 38 Cole Porter classics. Friday, 7:30 pm, Saturday, 2 & 7:30 pm, Sunday, 2 pm; Winter Park Playhouse, 711-C Orange Ave., Winter Park; $34$42; 407-645-0145; winterparkplayhouse.org. Including Shooter Play about six different real-life mass murderers. Friday-Saturday, 8 pm, Sunday, 3 pm; Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park, 419A W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park; $20; 407-920-4034; breakthroughtheatre.com.
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The Little Foxes Lillian Hellman’s American family drama in which duplicitous family members vie for the lion’s share of an inheritance. Thursday-Friday, 7:30 pm, Saturday, 2:30 & 7:30 pm, Sunday, 2:30 pm, Monday, 7:30 pm; Mad Cow Theatre, 54 W. Church St.; $16$40; 407-297-8788; madcowtheatre.com.
The Dave LaRue Band, Travis Larson Band 7 pm; Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave.; $7.
A Night at the Rouge Dinner & Show Buffet dinner and a show hosted by Gidget Galore. Friday,
Reggae Mondae: Hor!zen 10:30 pm; Tanqueray’s, 100 S. Orange Ave.; free; 407-649-8540.
Day Day, Full Send 6:30 pm; Soundbar, 37 W. Pine St.; $10.
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Exotic Bird Expo E V E N TS
If you can put up with incessant chirping, hooting and squawking to look at something beautiful, make a stop at the Exotic Bird Expo at the Central Florida Fairgrounds this week. Come see hundreds of birds gorgeously colored in all shades, plus connect directly with breeders and suppliers that can save you a buck. If you already have a feathered friend, this expo has all the products to keep your pet singing – including special feeds, cages, supplements and toys. – Monivette Cordeiro
9 a.m.-4 p.m. | Central Florida Fairgrounds, 4603 W. Colonial Drive | 386-383-4295 | exoticbirdevents.com | $5
6 pm; Parliament House, 410 N. Orange Blossom Trail; $30; 407-425-7571; parliamenthouse.com. The Pirates of Penzance Gilbert & Sullivan operetta that follows the story of Frederic, a pirate apprentice who dreams of leaving his scurvy crew. Friday-Saturday, 7:30 pm, Sunday, 3 pm; Central Florida Community Arts, 250 SW Ivanhoe Blvd.; $15-$25; 407-937-1800; cfcarts.com.
COMEDY Arnez J Friday, 8 & 10:30 pm, Saturday, 7 & 9:45 pm, Sunday, 7 pm; Orlando Improv, 9101 International Drive; $25-$27; 407480-5233; theimprovorlando.com. Devin Siebold, Nathan Wallace FridaySaturday, 8 pm; Bonkerz – Otters on the River, 4380 Carraway Place, Sanford; $10; 407-6292665; bonkerzcomedyproductions.com.
The Rock Show: Hearts of Reality Reality TV stars join the Rock Show dinner theater for a special performance. Friday, 11:30 am; The Orlando Forum, 6362 International Drive; $64.95; 407-536-7943; heartsofreality.com.
Dot Dot Dot Comedy Showcase Includes beer and popcorn. Saturday, 8 pm; Ellipsis Brewing, 7500 Tpc Blvd.; $15; 407-250-5848; ellipsisbrewing.com.
The Wedding Singer Stage musical version of the Adam Sandler movie set in the 1980s. Thursday-Saturday, 7:30 pm, Sunday, 2:30 pm; Athens Theatre, 124 N. Florida Ave., DeLand; $24-$29; 386-736-1500; athensdeland.com.
The Humor Mill Orlando: The Summer of Our Discontent Sketch comedy, improv and musical parodies. Saturday, 8 pm; Orlando Shakes, 812 E. Rollins St.; $15; 407-340-8574; orlandoshakes.org. orlandoweekly.com
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THEWEEK Steve Netta, Brett James Friday, 8 pm, Saturday, 7:30 pm; Bonkerz – Boardwalk Bowl, 10749 E. Colonial Drive; $10; 407-629-2665; bonkerzcomedyproductions.com.
DANCE Blacklist Babes Takeover Burlesque cabaret, comedy and drag. Saturday, 9 pm; Danny & Pat’s, 25 W. Church St.; $10-$15; dannyandpats.com.
Emerald City Cabaret: The Millennium Burlesque tribute to the aughts, with sexy spins on the music and pop culture of the early 21st century. Friday, 9 pm; The Venue, 511 Virginia Drive; $16$20; 407-412-6895; facebook.com/eccabaret.
that hunt. Thursday, 8 pm; The Hammered Lamb, 1235 N. Orange Ave.; free; 407-704-3200. Cup-A-Thon Browse through hundreds of cups, bowls and other ceramics for sale, made by instructors, students and artists. Friday-Saturday, 7 pm; Crealdé School of Art, 600 St. Andrews Blvd., Winter Park; free; 407-671-1886; crealde.org.
Another Mud: Ceramics Exhibition and Sale Popup exhibition and sale of ceramic works. Friday, 5:30 pm; Art & History Museums – Maitland, 231 W. Packwood Ave., Maitland; free; 407-539-2181.
Summer Art Collection Reception New art from Marla E. with live music, a wine tasting and appetizers. Thursday, 6:30 pm; Maxine’s on Shine, 337 N. Shine Ave.; free; 407-674-6841; maxinesonshine.com.
Carnivorous Art opening showcasing apex predators, evolutionary powerhouses and animals
Summer Exhibition Group exhibit from emerging and professional local artists.
Opens Thursday, through Sept. 25; The Art Gallery at Mills Park, 1650 N. Mills Ave.; free; 855-336-3653; thegalleryatmillspark.com.
EVENTS 6 Years of Beers Sixth anniversary party with six new collaboration beers, six bottle releases and a preview of Sourglass Brewing. Saturday, 11 am; The Hourglass Brewery, 480 S. Ronald Reagan Blvd., Longwood; various menu prices; 407-719-9874. Bazaar Botanica Outdoor pop-up market with plants, handmade crafts, art, music and vintage. Thursday, 6 pm; The Veranda at Thornton Park, 111 N. Summerlin Ave.; free; 407-872-8454. Central Florida Orchid Society Monthly meetings with speakers, auctions, raffles, refreshments and plants for sale. Monday, 6:30 pm; Harry P. Leu Gardens, 1920 N. Forest Ave.; free; 407-252-6984; cflorchidsociety.org. Magic the Gathering Grand Prix Orlando A massive three-day CCG tournament. Friday-Sunday; Orange County Convention Center, 9800 International Drive; $69.99$149.99; 407-685-9800; cfbevents.com. Main Streets Restaurant Week Prix fixe menus at restaurants throughout the Main Street Districts. Through Saturday; multiple locations; $5-$30; orlandomainstreets.com. Ms. World America Pageant Watch the contestants of the Ms. World America Pageant compete for the crown. Saturday, 7 pm; Alexis & Jim Pugh Theater, Dr. Phillips Center, 445 S. Magnolia Ave.; $30; drphillipscenter.org. National Flute Association Convention Featuring concerts, workshops, master classes, and more from the world’s top and rising flutists and ensembles. Thursday, 9 am-10 pm, FridaySaturday, 8-midnight, Sunday, 8 am-6 pm; Hyatt Regency Orlando, 9801 International Drive; $125-$420; 312-332-6682; nfaonline.org. National Funeral Directors and Morticians Association Convention National convention for those in the only business that’s truly recession-proof, with seminars, exhibitors, a comedy show and more. Through Thursday; Gaylord Palms Resort, 6000 W. Osceola Parkway, Kissimmee; $75-$625; 407-586-2000; convention.nfdma.com. Nerd Nite Orlando An evening of entertaining science presentations with questions from the audience. Thursday, 7 pm; Stardust Video and Coffee, 1842 E. Winter Park Road; donations encouraged; 407-623-3393; facebook.com/stardustie. Orlando Drag Race Live: Goth Ball Drag queens compete in the dollar store challenge and goth ball performance. Wednesday, 9:30 pm; Southern Nights, 375 S. Bumby Ave.; $6; 407-412-5039; southernnightsorl.com.
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Orlando Fall Home & Garden Show Hundreds of ideas for decor, home improvement projects and more. Friday-Sunday; Orange County Convention Center, 9800 International Drive; contact for price; 407-685-9800; orlandohomeandgardenshow.com.
Tidal Town Hall Hear ideas for solutions to sea level rise and other related topics directly from candidates running for public office. Thursday, 5:30-8:30 pm; Bush Auditorium, Rollins College, 1000 Holt Ave., Winter Park; free; 407-453-0337; tidaltownhalls.org.
Outbreak in Orlando Walker Stalker afterparty with celebrity hosts, contests, performances, special effects makeup, virtual reality and more. Saturday, 8 pm; Club 39, Rosen Plaza Hotel; $30-$40; 407-9969700; moshimoshiproductions.com.
Pop-Up Peruvian Dinner Peruvian recipes from Papa Llama. Wednesday, 5 pm; Swine & Sons Provisions, 595 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park; various menu prices; swineandsons.com.
Indie Bookfest Workshops, readings, signings and networking for writers and readers. Thursday-Sunday; Westin Lake Mary Hotel, 2974 International Parkway, Lake Mary; free-$60; indiebookconvention.com. Jane Ridgeway Farewell Reading Final reading from the Kerouac House’s summer resident
writer. Saturday, 7:30 pm; Jack Kerouac House, 1418 Clouser Ave.; free; kerouacproject.org.
Sandra Brown New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown in a discussion, Q&A and signing. Thursday, 6:30 pm; Quantum Leap Winery, 1312 Wilfred Drive; $30.75; 407-3354192; writersblockbookstore.com.
Orlando Pride vs. Portland Thorns Saturday, 7:30 pm; Orlando City Stadium, 655 W. Church St.; $22-$104; 855675-2489; orlandocitysc.com. Orlando Roller Derby: Manatee Mayhem vs. Heat Wave Hellcats Saturday, 4 pm; Barnett Park, 4801 W. Colonial Drive; $8-$10; orlandorollerderby.com.
SPORTS Disco Bowl Bowling benefit for the Human Rights Campaign. Sunday, noon-4 pm; Aloma Bowl, 2530 Aloma Ave., Winter Park; $35; 321-246-5540; hrc.im/orlandobowl.
Pro Wrestling 2.0 Amateur wrestling. Tuesday, 7 pm; Pro Wrestling 2.0, 4709 Distribution Court; $15-$20; prowrestling20.com. n
Sunset Showdown Fighting game tournament in Street Fighter V, Tekken 7, Dragon Ball FighterZ and more. Thursday, 7 pm; The Geek Easy, 114 S. Semoran Blvd., Winter Park; $5; 407-332-9636. Sunshine State Summerfest Special release beers from Florida breweries. Saturday, 1-4 pm; World of Beer – Downtown Orlando, 431 E. Central Blvd.; various menu prices. The Vintage Soirée Luxury-level business networking event with Lamborghini champagne. Monday, 6-9 pm; The Alfond Inn, 300 E. New England Ave., Winter Park; $25; 561-376-0033; luxurychamber.org. Walker Stalker Orlando A two-day convention devoted to the TV series The Walking Dead. Saturday-Sunday, 10:30 am; Orange County Convention Center, 9800 International Drive; $40-$900; 407-685-9800; walkerstalkercon.com. W.D. Walker & Grant Carnival Carnival with games, performers, a hypnotist, a magician, live music, burlesque and more. Sunday, 2 pm; Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave.; $2-$10; willspub.org.
LEARNING Mad Science: Gin Bottling Class Learn how to infuse and bottle your own gin. Saturday, 2-5 pm; Luke’s Kitchen & Bar, 640 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland; $30; 407-674-2400; eatatlukes.com.
CIVICS Community Volunteer Fair Explore volunteer opportunities and meet people from a variety of local organizations to find a volunteer match that works for you. Thursday, 1-3 pm; Winter Park Public Library, 460 E. New England Ave., Winter Park; free; 407-623-3300; wppl.org. Electronic Waste & Textile Recycling Drop off your old fabrics and electronics to be properly recycled by the City of Orlando. Saturday, 9 am-1 pm; Festival Park, 2911 E. Robinson St.; free; 407-381-5310; cityoforlando.net.
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B Y D A N S AVA G E
I’m a 27-year-old woman living on the East Coast. I’ve been sexually active and on birth control since I was 16 – almost always on the pill. I recently switched to the NuvaRing, which I had a bad reaction to: I had no libido at all and extreme mood swings/bouts of depression I could not live with. My boyfriend and I decided it would be a good idea to go off hormonal birth control for a while, just to see what would happen. We’ve been together for almost four years, so we agreed condoms would be fine, and I would try the route of no more supplemental hormones. I stopped a couple of months ago, and it’s been a mix of good and bad. The good is that my moods are more even. Another good thing is I feel like I’m having a sexual awakening. My libido came back! But the bad thing is … my libido came back in a way I wasn’t expecting. My sexual appetite is insane. I want to have sex with everyone! Men, women, friends, colleagues, acquaintances. My boyfriend has been amazing through all of this. He’s agreed to let us open up our relationship under specific terms. I agree with the terms we placed, but I still feel like my urges are going to get me in trouble. I know not to have sex with friends and colleagues, but a lot of situations come up that make it hard to resist – especially when alcohol is involved. I’m very good with selfpolicing, and I don’t think I’ll actually act on my urges. My question is one you get a lot: Is this normal? Can removing a cocktail of hormones from my life really change me this much? I used to want sex, but now I WANT SEX. I want a lot of it, and it’s overwhelming. I don’t want to blame it all on the birth control, but I can’t help but feel it to be true since it was the only variable in my life that changed in the last couple of months. I want to be faithful to my boyfriend, who has been great and understanding – allowing us to open our relationship to casual encounters with strangers. (Also: no friends, no one we both know, DADT and no intimacy with anyone – it must be purely sexual/physical.) But I’m feeling sexual connections to so many more people now, and often to people I’ve known for a while. I see this all as mostly positive, but the adjustment to the new sexual hunger has been strange and difficult to wrap my head around. Suddenly Horny And Going Gaga Isn’t Normal “I’m so glad to hear this woman sees the increase in her libido as positive,” says Dr. Meredith Chivers, an associate professor of psychology at Queen’s University, a worldrenowned sex researcher, and – I’m proud to say – a frequent guest expert around here. “At the same time, I understand how overwhelming these urges can feel, especially when they are new.” Luckily for you, SHAGGIN, you’re with someone who’s secure enough to let you feel the fuck out these new feelings. Whether or 44
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not you act on them is one thing – DADT agreement or no DADT agreement – but not having to pretend you aren’t suddenly interested in fucking men, women, friends, colleagues and acquaintances is a real gift. Another example of your good luck? Dr. Chivers is about to give you the Actual Science download on hormonal birth control – complete with qualifications about what we know, what we don’t know and areas that require more research! “It’s difficult to say what is and isn’t normal when it comes to the effects of hormonal contraception on women’s sexual interest,” says Dr. Chivers. “To my knowledge, researchers have not specifically examined the question of what happens to women’s sex drive after stopping HC.” But lots of women have stopped using hormonal contraception for the exact same reason you did, SHAGGIN: worries about how it might be affecting their libido – and there is some indirect evidence that HC can negatively impact a woman’s desire for sex. “The NuvaRing is a combined hormonal contraceptive containing synthetic estrogens and progestins (the same as many birth control pills),” says Dr. Chivers. “HC like the NuvaRing works, in part, by raising and stabilizing progesterone levels throughout the menstrual cycle, which helps to prevent ovulation and implantation.” And it’s those stabilized progesterone levels that could be the culprit. “Progesterone is one of the hormones involved in the menstrual cycle and pregnancy; levels are highest in the week before menstruation (called the luteal phase) and are also high during pregnancy,” says Dr. Chivers. “A recent, large-scale study reported that women with higher progesterone – women who weren’t using HC – had lower sexual interest, on average. Because using HC is associated with reductions in sexual interest, we could predict that stopping HC, and thus progesterone levels returning to more typical lower levels, could be associated with increases in sexual motivation.” Since you definitely experienced an increase in sexual desire after you removed your NuvaRing and started using condoms, SHAGGIN, Dr. Chivers is comfortable saying that you definitely experienced an increase in sexual desire and that might be related to going off HC. “Given that she has been using some form of HC since she became sexually active, my guess is that she’s never had the chance to experience her sexuality while naturally cycling,” says Dr. Chivers. “Part of her process could be learning about her unmedicated hormonal cycle, her sexuality and the variations in her sex drive. For example, does her sexual interest fluctuate over her cycle? She might want to consider collecting some data with a cycle tracker app. Flo, Clue and Period Tracker are among those that my women sex-researcher/educator colleagues
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recommend. This might help her notice patterns in her libido, attractions and sexual pleasure – and help her to develop strategies to manage, and perhaps even capitalize on, her sexual desires.” As for your boyfriend, SHAGGIN, and your desire to be faithful to him: So long as you honor the terms of your openness agreement, you are being faithful to him. But check in with him more than once before you fuck someone who isn’t him. Because when a partner agrees to open the relationship but then places a long list of restrictions on who you can fuck – a list that excludes most of the people you wanna fuck – that can be a sign your partner doesn’t actually want to open the relationship. The last word goes to Dr. Chivers: Whether you’re having fun with others or you decide to remain sexually exclusive with your boyfriend, “Have fun!” I’m part of a nonhierarchical polycule. In a few months, one of my girlfriends will be marrying her fiancée. I’ll be attending as a guest with my other girlfriend. What are the guidelines or expectations for purchasing a gift for your girlfriend’s wedding? Surprisingly, the other advice columnists don’t have guidance on this one. Wedding Etiquette Dilemma Get the couple something nice, something you can afford, maybe something from their gift registry. Or give them a card with a check in it so they can spend the money on whatever they might need for their household or use it to cover the expense of the wedding itself. In short, WED, wedding-gift guidelines are the same for people in nonhierarchical polycules as they are for love-muggle monocules. I’m not slamming the poly thing for overprocessing and overthinking – most people process (aka communicate) too little, and it’s often better to overthink than to underthink or not think – but not everything needs to be dumped into the poly processor and pureed. Congrats to your girlfriend (the one who’s getting married) and her fiancée! On the Lovecast, the kink phenomenon of “sub drop”: savagelovecast.com. email@example.com ITMFA.org
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AUCTION Extra Space Storage – Store 8841 9847 Curry Ford Road, Orlando, FL 32825 Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated: 9847 Curry Ford Road, Orlando, FL 32825 (407) 495-9612, August 29th , 2018 @ 12:00PM: Joann Dickenson – Household goods, Mireya Abreu – 6 mattress and 4 sofas with personal items, Jean Carmen Warner – 3 bedroom home, Jean Carmen Warner – household items, Andre Joseph – furniture boxes, Eric Athearn - Furniture. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. AUCTION EXTRASPACE STORAGE – STORE 1335 1101 MARSHALL FARMS RD, OCOEE FL 34761 Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated: 1101 Marshall Farms Rd, Ocoee FL 34761, 08/24/2018 @ 12:30 pm: Gail Vivanco, Unit C225, Household items, Jeffrey Rego, Unit H467, Household items, Maurice Lewis, Unit 0742, Couches, bunk beds, mattress, table, Du Van Luong, Unit C198, Housegoods, Brittany Rebello Unit F371, Furniture, Household items, Brittany Rebello, Unit E312, Housegoods, Aaron King Unit 927, clothes, Brittany Rebello, Unit E308, Housegoods. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may
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AUCTION EXTRASPACE STORAGE – STORE 1631 5753 Hoffner Ave, Orlando, FL 32822 Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated: 5753 Hoffner Ave, Orlando, FL 32822, (407) 212-5890, August 29th, 2018 @ 1:30PM: Raymond Jesus Donastorg- Household goods, Harry Valentin- Household goods, April Gardner- Household goods. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. AUCTION EXTRASPACE STORAGE – STORE 8813 7500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, Fl 32818 Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated: 7500 W Colonial Dr, Orlando FL 32818, 08/24/2018 @ 11:30 AM: Theo Brown, Unit 1124, Household goods, Furniture, kitchen table, Theo Brown, Unit 1186, household goods, Tisha Brown, Unit 1102, Household goods, Deshanna Robinson, Unit 1205, 1-2 bed apt. home goods, Dave Dessources, Unit 2182, queen bed, clothes, Miranda Hayes, Unit 2190, Boxes, bags of clothes, 3 mattresses, 3 t.v., 3 small tables, tools, entertainment speakers, 2 dvds stands, computer table, desktop computer, side table very small, flower vase, dishes, misc odds and ends, pictures, Gregory Keaton, Unit 2100, House hold goods, Rose Ferguson, Unit 2384, House hold goods. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. NOTICE OF SALE Vehicles will be sold as is, no warranty. Seller reserves the right to refuse any bid. Terms of bids are cash only. Buyer must have funds on hand at time of sale. 2001 CHRYSLER VIN# 3C8FY4BB21T625611 2017 MITSUBISHI VIN# ML32F3FJ6HHF16407 2000 HONDA VIN# 1HGCG5540YA060076 To be sold at auction at 8:00AM on September 4th, 2018, at 2500 N. Forsyth rd, Orlando Fl 32807. Around The Clock Towing inc.
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Legal, Public Notices AUCTION EXTRASPACE STORAGE – STORE 8840 11261 Narcoossee Rd, Orlando, FL 32832 Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated: 11261 Narcoossee Rd., Orlando FL. 32832 (407)280-7355, August 29th, 2018 @ 3:00PM: Ambar Vargas-Household items. Ken Housel- Household goods, boxes. Ian Ellis: Household items. Ian Ellis: Household items. Lawrence Albert- Household items. John King- House hold goods, tools. Tina White- Household items. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated: 1751 Fortune Rd Kissimmee FL 34744, 407-414-5303 on 8/21/18 @ 9:30 am. Matthew Harrak household goods, furniture, Sha na V Mcgowan household items, electronics, Emely Minaya beds, washer & dryer, dining table, Stacey Modjeski bedroom, household goods, Jennifer Kirby household appliances, furniture, Rafael Rodriguez tools, boxes, Carlos Magno Malavet business items, Mary Mar Delgado Ayala misc items, V Properties Inc boxes, business items, Michael Renfroe bed, couch, tv, Alba Garcia household items, Evelino Baptista misc items, Hamza Balghit love seats, queen bed, boxes, Luis Gomez household goods. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated: 540 Cypress Parkway, Kissimmee Florida 34759, 863-240-0879 on 8/21/18 @ 3:30PM. Carmen Ayala-household goods, William Lamont Washington- household item, 2015 Bash Motorcycle VIN #LHJTLBBN0FB000196, Owner: Victor Santiago, Jerome Mitchell-household items, Karen Perez-boxes, washer, and
dryer, Miriam Aralissis Echavarriahousehold items, Dillard Tommie Deanthony,-household items, Alberto Lopez-household goods and furniture, Gregory Andre Marshall-household items, Erika Marie Quiles Garcia- household items, Lisa Fowler -bags, Asif A Razack-household items, Anthony Stephen- 3 bedroom home 22 ft truck full of items, Daniel A. Morales-household items, Beatriz Cruz Marrero-household goods, Jeanette Flores- household items, Gregory Andre Marshall- Parking Spot 527, 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier, Red, VIN #1G1JC54F947214997, Owner: Gregory Andre Marshall, Asif A Razack-household items, Alberto Lopez-household & personal items, Jarvis Dominguez- household items, Xiomara Tavarez-household items, Nadine Jasmine Joseph- household items. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the locations indicated: Extra Space Storage: 11071 University Blvd. Orlando, FL 32817 08/29/2018 9:30am Donna Lemons – Home goods, furniture, boxes, Rami Sakr – Furniture, boxes, household items, Allaina Holliday – clothes, bedding, trunk, rocking horse, Teddy Keith Mebane Jr. – Mattress, boxes, bins, household items and clothes, Jacob Stawicki – Furniture, boxes, rugs, totes table, vacuum, Andrew Jacobs – Futon, books, magazines, toys, furniture, mattress, tv, file cabinet, bookshelves 11971 Lake Underhill Rd, Orlando FL, 32825 on 08/29/2018 at 10:30am: Dave Martin- Dresser, Mattress, Table, Bags, Boxes, Totes, Bedframe, Tires, step ladder, lamps, fans, cleaning supplies, Anita Garcia Bed, dresser, mattress, bags, boxes, clothes, pictures/ photographs, lamp, watch case, purses, Peter Stewartbed, dresser, microwave, books, pictures/ photographs, sports equipment, totes, toys, lamps, futon, bedframe, fan, blender, luggage, bedding, Cheryl McDowellstereo, bags, clothes, shoes, totes, Thomas Litteer- couch, dresser, mattress, table, tv, bags, boxes, lamps, Beverly Rodriguez-mattress, table, bags, pictures/ photographs, totes, Christmas décor, luggage, toybox, lamps, Pamela Iman-table, computer/ monitor, boxes, pictures/ photographs, totes, ladder, shelves, pull up machine, Christmas décor, tire, lamp, vase, art & crafts, Stephanie Castillo-chair, dresser, mattress, table, computer/monitor, bags, boxes, tote, chair, hutch, cleaning supplies, coffee maker, office
supplies, Stephanie Pezez- couch, movies, Erna Redes- chair, bags, boxes, clothes, totes. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN THE MATTER OF THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS FOR THE PROPOSED ADOPTION OF A MINOR CHILD. BABY TURK, DOB: 03/12/2018, CASE NO.: 2018-DR000456-O SECOND AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION FOR TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO: BOBBY W. TURK a/k/a/ ROBERT TURK of Orlando, FL; Caucasian male, Approximately 47 years of age, legal father of the minor child born in Altamonte Springs, FL on 03/11/2018. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses if any to ASHLEY FILIMON, P.A. whose address is 37 N. Orange Ave. Ste. 1150 Orlando, FL 32801, und file the original with the clerk of this Court at 425 N, Orange Ave. Orlando, FL 32801 before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you and the Court may enter an Order granting the Termination of Parental Rights for Adoption of the child. Copies of all court documents for this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Courts o ce. ou may review these. documents upon request. You must keep the Courts informed of your current address, You must file a response with the Cler by 8/30/18. Dated 7/18/18, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, BY: /s/ Dhana Rodriguez, DEPUTY CLERK. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE: I HEREBY CERTIFY that this has een filed in the Florida E-Portal this 11th day of July, 2018. /s/ Ashley Filimon, Esq., Ashley Filimon, P.A., afilimon legalperson.com 37 N. Orange Ave. Suite 1150 Orlando, Florida 32801, 407801-5022- Telephone, Florida Bar No. 0095954, Attorney for Petitioner. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA DIVISION: 3/SHEA, PINE HILLS ADVOCACY CENTER,CASE NO.: DP16-762 In the Interest of: C.B. DOB:
11/30/2006, a minor child. NOTICE OF ACTION (TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS) TO: Jessica Heath, Address Unknown. Jessica Heath, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the State of Florida, Department of Children and amilies, has filed a etition to terminate your parental rights and permanently commit the following child(ren) for adoption:C.B., born on November 30, 2006. A copy of the etition is on file with the Clerk of the Court. You are hereby commanded to appear on September 24, 2018, at 10:30 a.m., before the Honorable Timothy R. Shea, Juvenile Division, Courtroom 5, at the Orange County Courthouse, Juvenile Justice Center, 2000 East Michigan Street, Orlando, FL 32806 for an ADVISORY HEARING FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD(REN). IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD(REN) NAMED IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Court Administration, at 425 N. Orange Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, telephone (407) 836-2303 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. WITNESS my hand and seal of this court at Orlando, Orange County, Florida this 24TH day of July, 2018. This summons has been issued at the request of:Layali Salem, Esquire, Florida Bar o. , Children s egal Services, State of Florida, Department of Children and Families, 882 S. Kirkman Road, Suite 200, Orlando, Florida 32811, (407) 56323 , layali.salem myflfamilies. com. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ Deputy Clerk (Court Seal). IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA, DIVISION: 03/SHEA, PINE HILLS SERVICE CENTER CASE NO.: DP16-675 In the Interest of: A.W. DOB: 07/25/2007, E.W. DOB: 05/27/2010 minor children. NOTICE OF ACTION (TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS). TO: MICHAEL WALLER, 722 S. Woodland St., Apt. B-8, Winter Garden, FL 34787 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the State of Florida, Department of Children and Families, has filed a etition to terminate your parental rights and permanently
commit the following children for adoption: A.W. and E.W. born on 07/25/2007 and 05/27/2010. A copy of the etition is on file with the Clerk of the Court. You are hereby commanded to appear on Wednesday, October 31, 2018, at 9:30 A.M. before the Honorable TIMOTHY SHEA, Juvenile Division, Court Room 5, at the Orange County Courthouse, 2000 East Michigan Street, Orlando, Florida 32806, for an ADVISORY HEARING. FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD (OR CHILDREN). IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD OR CHILDREN NAMED IN THIS NOTICE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Court Administration, at 425 N. Orange Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, telephone (407) 836-2303 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court at Orlando, Orange County, Florida this 24th day of July, 2018. This summons has been issued at the re uest of Stacy c uffie, Esquire, Florida Bar No.: 0056020, Senior Attorney for Children s Legal Services, State of Florida, Department of Children and Families, 882 S. Kirkman Road, Suite 200, Orlando, FL 32811, 407-579Telephone, Stacy.mcduffie myflfamilies.com. C E THE CIRCUT COURT By: /s/Deputy Clerk, (Court Seal). IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA, DIVISION: 03/SHEA, PINE HILLS SERVICE CENTER CASE NO.: DP13-40 In the Interest of K.J. DOB: 01/30/2017, A.S. DOB: 01/18/2018 minor children. NOTICE OF ACTION (TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS). TO: ASHLEY ALLEN, address unknown. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the State of Florida, Department of Children and amilies, has filed a etition to terminate your parental rights and permanently commit the following children for adoption: K.J., born on 01/30/2017 and A.S., born on 01/18/2018. A copy of the etition is on file with the Clerk of the Court. You are hereby commanded to appear on Monday, September 15, 2018, at 10:00 A.M. before the Honorable TIMOTHY SHEA, Juvenile Division, Court Room 5, at the Orange County
Courthouse, 2000 East Michigan Street, Orlando, Florida 32806, for an ADVISORY HEARING. FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD (OR CHILDREN). IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD OR CHILDREN NAMED IN THIS NOTICE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Court Administration, at 425 N. Orange Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, telephone (407) 836-2303 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court at Orlando, Orange County, Florida this 24th day of July, 2018. This summons has been issued at the request of: Jennifer McCarthy, Esq. Florida Bar No.: 0086793, Senior Attorney for Children s egal Services, State of Florida, Department of Children and Families, 882 S. Kirkman Road, Suite 200, Orlando, FL 32811, 407-579- 9480 Telephone, ennifer.mccarthy myflfamilies. com. CLERK OF THE CIRCUT COURT By: /s/Deputy Clerk, (Court Seal). NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated: 4390 Pleasant Hill Rd, Kissimmee, FL 34746 (407) 944-1408 on 8/21/18 @ 12:30 pm: Jonathan Edmunds, HHold items, Teresa Torres, HHold items, personal items, Angelina Williams, mattresses, queen platform, boxes, 2 twins with boxes, sofa sectional 2 psc. Sm dining 4 chairs no appli. Boxes, Maria Rosario, HHold items, Christopher Jacobs, HHold items, Marlene Silva, HHold items, Gabriel Rodriguez, HHold items, Kris Edward, HHold items, Denise Scille, 1 bedroom set, dining room, living room, Giovanni Rosario, HHold items, James Otto, HHold items, Alan Bacchiocchi, HHold items, John Durran, HHold items, Artavis Williams Tabel saw, work table, boxes, Jose Juan Figueroa, furniture. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA, JUVENILE DIVISION: 03. CASE NO.: DP16-606 IN THE INTEREST OF MINOR CHILDREN, T.F. DOB: 05/11/2009, A.N. DOB: 04/23/2014 NOTICE OF ACTION, TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS, STATE OF FLORIDA To James Nelson Jr., address unknown A Petition for Termination of Parental Rights under oath has been filed in this court regarding the above-referenced child. ou are hereby commanded to appear before Judge Timothy Shea on August 28th, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. at the Juvenile Justice Center, 2 East ichigan Street, rlando, lorida 32806, for a TERMINATION OF A E TA HTS A S HEA . ou must appear on the date and at the time specified. A ET E S A A EA AT TH S A S HEA C ST T TES C SENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CH . A T A EA ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIE , HT SE A LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS T CE. A BE HE C TE T C T FAIL TO APPEAR WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court at Orlando, Orange County, Florida this 9th day of July, 2018. This summon has been issued at the request of: ancy A. obak, Es uire, lorida Bar No.: 88796. Senior Attorney for epartment of Children and amilies, nancy.robak myflfamilies. com. C E THE C C T C TB S E T C E court seal . IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA, JUVENILE DIVISION: 07/ DAWSON, CASE NO.: DP17-211, IN THE INTEREST . . A. B 5 2 2, . A. . . B 2 , . E. A. DOB: 03/03/2015, Minor Children. NOTICE OF ACTION, TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. To: Stephen Monts de Oca Address unknown. A E HE EB T E that the State of lorida, epartment of Children and amilies, has filed a etition to terminate your parental rights and permanently commit the following child ren for adoption . .A., born on ctober 5, 2 2 .A. . ., born on January , 2 and .E.A., born arch 3, 2 5. A copy of the etition is on file with the Clerk of the Court. ou are hereby commanded to appear on Monday, August 20, 2018 at 10:00 a.m., before the Honorable Daniel Dawson, Juvenile Division, at the
Juvenile Justice Center, 2 East ichigan Street, rlando, lorida 32 , for an A S HEA . A ET E S A A EA AT TH S A S HEA C ST T TES C SENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CH CH E . FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE DATE A T E S EC E , A SE A E A HTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD OR CHILDREN NAMED IN THIS T CE. f you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. lease contact Court Administration, at 425 N. Orange Ave, Orlando, Florida 32801, telephone 3 -23 3 at least days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than days if you are hearing or voice impaired, call . WITNESS my hand as said Cleark and the seal thereof this 10th day of July, 2 .C E C T By s eputy Clerk. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF TWIN FALLS BRIANNA Y. RUSS, Petitioner, -vs- REGINALD SEAN RUSS, espondents. Case No. CV 42-18-0883 S S T CE PETITION FOR DIVORCE (Pursuant to 2 NOTICE: A PETITION HAS BEEN INITIATED IN THE ABOVE-NAMED MATTER. THE C T A E TE A E A A ST TH T THE T CE ESS ES TH T E T - E 2 A S. EA THE MATION BELOW. TO: RESPONE T, E A SEA SS. A E HE EB T E that in order to contest this etition for ivorce an appropriate written response must be filed with the above-designated court at 2 Shoshone Street N, P.O. Box 126, Twin Falls, ID 83303-0126, 2 3 - 25, within 2 days after service of this otice Summons on you. f you fail to so respond the court may enter udgment against you as demanded by the Petitioner in the etition for ivorce. A copy of the etition for ivorce is served with this otice Summons. f you wish to seek the advise of an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so that your written response, if any, may be filed in time and other legal rights protected. An appropriate written response re uires compliance with ule 2 5 of the Idaho Rules of Family Law rocedure and shall also include . The title and number of this case. 2. f your response is a esponse to the etition for ivorce it must contain admissions and denials of
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the separate allegations of the etition and other defenses you may claim. 3. our signature, mailing address and telephone number, or the signature, mailing address and telephone number of your attorney. 4. Proof of mailing or delivery of a copy of your response to the moving party s attorney, as designated above. To determine whether you must pay a filing fee with your response, contact the Clerk of the above-named court. ATE this 5th day of arch, 2 .C E THE ST CT C T By s Tami irkham, E T C E LIVE AUCTION MULTIPLE FACILITIES – MULTIPLE UNITS Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated 610 Rinehart Rd, Lake Mary, FL 32746, 407-333-4355, August 20, 2018 @ 11:30am 323 Joe erri nknown, 5 2 Stephanie Crean large 3bedroom apartment w ryer, 2king 1queen, futon,dining room table w chairs Enterainment center 2 dressers guncase, Johnny Irizarry household goods, 0730 Hector Teran Household goods, 0397 Benoit Fournier household goods, 0239 Jennifer Blish Furntiure and boxes, 0597 Donna Hazewood household goods,0032 Nakia Felder Household Goods. urchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated Facility 2: 2728 W 25TH St, Sanford, FL 32771, 407.708.3327, August 20, 2018 @ 12:30 PM; 2 athleen Rhinehart Household Goods, 1332 Charles Odom Household Goods, 33 atrick Bass Household oods, Sophia ittles Household tems, 5 Sierra ocascio Crib, kids bed, toys, rugs, table, 1303 Linda Jones Household Items and Clothes. urchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. Notice is hereby given that Logan Heights Preservation, L.P., owner, desiring to engage in usiness under the fictitious name of “Logan Heights Apartments” located in Seminole County, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations, Florida Department of State, pursuant
to section 865.09 of the Florida Statutes. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, Daniel Pineda, of 845 N Fern Creek Ave, Orlando FL 32 3, pursuant to the re uirements of the lorida epartment of State, ivision of Corporations, is hereby advertising the following fictitious name Talent Evolution S&S It is the intent of the undersigned to register “Talent Evolution S&S” with the lorida epartment of State, ivision of Corporations. Dated: 8/8/18 NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION ES E ST A E C E S CATE AT HA C A AC T ES. STORAGE LOCATIONS AND TIMES ARE LISTED BELOW. ALL SS A E H SEH C TE TS, SCE A E S OR RECOVERED GOODS. ALL A CT S A E HE T SATS E S E E T AND FEES IN ACCORDANCE TH A STAT TES, SELF STORAGE ACT, SECTIONS 83.806 AND 83.807, STARTS AT 8 am and SC T S . Uhaul Ctr Kirkman-600 S Kirkman Rd-Orlando 9/5/18 4013 Cindy Charles 5020 Crusaders For Christ 4036 Raquel Byrom 3003 rederick auley 2 Jonathan Smith 3 25 argaree Simpkins 2 alcolm obertson 5 Sherita Cooper 3 3 Shabiki ann 5 Jillian awrence inston riffin Jeannette eda icardo eralta 35 Debra Brooks 1078 Coretta Polite 8012 Deseiria Wilkes 8025 Tabatha Johnson 1043 Gene Moore 8016 Diadra James 5007 Gloria Walker 2064 JoAnne Johnson 2083 Lakiah Jones 3047 Tammy Holden Uhaul Ctr Orange Ave-3500 S Orange Ave- Orlando 9/5/18 1429 achel Burgess 2 arie Alvarez 2303 Rawn Haynes 1822 Alex nvidia 23 Ac uanecte Harrison 1033 Ratania Odums Uhaul Ctr Baldwin Park- 4001 E Colonial Drive -Orlando 9/5/18 C179 Glena Word B118 Timothy Bell C Brackston Helms B2 atrick Smith 3 Cristie amire B198 Raul Altamirano C198 Elizabeth heeler B 23 April Austin B147 Barbara Pinto C197 Tony Sanche 35 Amy Cartwright C Christyna cbrayer 23 Torrance illiams A 2 ernando Bouffard C205-06 Elizabeth Wheeler Uhaul Ctr Goldenrod-508 N Goldenrod Rd- Orlando 9/5/18 733 Felix Ruiz 1510 Pamela Bowers 740Deborah Xavier 720 Jesus Marti 336 Geneva Gallimore Vasquez 1300 Ana Rivera 510 Gladys Rivera 413 Brenda Andino 615 Maria Fontanez- Estrada 221 Adrain Robinson Uhaul Ctr Alafaya-11815 E Colonial Drive- Orlando 9/5/18 1203 Christina Brinkley 1005 Linoshka
illanueva Jessica amos 3 alph ynn 3 ioma Maduka 1223 Meranda Faison. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE NEW GENERATION TOWING AND RECOVERY, LLC. gives otice of oreclosure of ien and intent to sell these vehicles on 8/25/18 at 10:00 a.m. at 10850 COSMONAUT BLVD ORLANDO, FL 32824, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. NEW GENERATION TOWING A EC E , C. reserves the right to accept or re ect any and or all bids. 2D8HN44H78R679554 2008 DODGE NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE To satisfy the owner s storage lien, S range Co. nc. will sell at public lien sale on August 23, 2018, the personal property in the belowlisted units, which may include but are not limited to: household and personal items, office and other e uipment. The public sale of these items will begin at 09:30 AM and continue until all units are sold. PUBLIC STORAGE # 25896, 6040 Lakehurst Dr, Orlando, FL 32819, (407) 545-5699 Time: 09:30 AM: 3 - Hughes, Evon 3 Hatley, Brittany - oochy oo Small og escue Bisbal, Caroyln 32 - AH , AH A - apadopoulos, eter 22 cfadden, Alfred 22 - e cano, Sergio 22 - uestell, abriel 2 - arrett, Adrienne 3 - lgin, skender 3 - arrett, Adrienne 3 - arrett, Adrienne 0404 - HAMPTON INN CONVENT CE TE Hilton iper, Adam - arkan, obert 2 2 utlaw, James 2 2 - oodman, Jamar 2 2 - atut, lavia PUBLIC STORAGE # 20477, 5900 Lakehurst Drive, Orlando, FL 32819, (407) 409-7284 Time: 09:40 AM A 3 - Chan, ary A 2 - c Jilton, oger C 5 Bahyaoui, Anas C 3 - oonce, Tamara - arham, Chelsea - Costello, iller 3oore, recious 5 - Johnson, ichael urice 5 - ecker, Jeremy 3 - Sapp, ichelle 5 - Sparrow, Charlie E23 etals by design erguson, Tracy PUBLIC STORAGE # 08753, 4508 S Vineland Road, Orlando, FL 32811, (407) 734-0681 Time: 09:50 AM: 33 - Collier, Troy A S, CHAE 5 - iley, anda - Hayes, eborah 2 - ckay, Shatoria 2 Joseph, aysha 22 - ils aime, Jerry 23 - ouglas, Sabrina 3 2 - alden, Jeannell 3 3 alden, Jeannell 3 - Stockton, avita 32 - eterson, atricia 5 - alden, Jeannell 5 - messina, paul - right, Shelly 3 - Hernande Cortes, oel 3 - on ale , auricio - oore, Sarah - John, ichola - utherford, John 3 - Hart, atilda - Barreto Campos, Hector 2 - cvay, Sterling - Torres, Jonathan
2 - arate, ictor 2 - Saint ierre, eterson 23 - oung, andy 3 - Hutchison, CoCintheane 33 - on ale , aria PUBLIC STORAGE # 28331, 5401 LB McLeod Road, Orlando, FL 32811, (407) 986-5749 Time: 10:00 AM 2 - Bartlett, Scott 2 - S TH, E A 22 - Torre, rma 5 - ayne, Tamara 22 3 - elder, Betty 22 - oodson, arensa 222 - Soto, ivian 22 - avis, Terence 225 - ewis, Alexis 22 - Brown, Earnestina 22 - itchell, Jarian 22 elton, erronte 22 - Jones, Timechia 23 5 - Chaves, arina 23 - odrigue , aria 232 ichardson, ary 232 - eterson, Anna ublic sale terms, rules, and regulations will be made available prior to the sale. All sales are sub ect to cancellation. e reserve the right to refuse any bid. Payment must be in cash or credit card-no checks. Buyers must secure the units with their own personal locks. To claim tax-exempt status, original ESA E certificates for each space purchased is re uired. By S rangeco, nc., estern Avenue, lendale, CA 2 . 244- 8080. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE To satisfy the owner s storage lien, S range Co. nc. will sell at public lien sale on August 24th, 2018, the personal property in the belowlisted units, which may include but are not limited to: household and personal items, office and other e uipment. The public sale of these items will begin at 09:30 AM and continue until all units are sold. PUBLIC STORAGE # 25806, 227 Simpson Rd, Kissimmee, FL 34744, (407) 258-3087 Time: 09:30 AM: - ele , rances 23 - uiros, Thomas 3 odrigue Santiago, adis arie - Evelyn, Johnny 3 - rti , aloma - eterson, ark 5 - eith, rincess - rellana, aniel - arcia, oses 5 Echevarria, aren 2 - on ale , ohely 2 3 - orales, Julo 2 alave , Jose 22 - oirier, Charly 235 - Adler, eidre 2 - Torres olina, arisol 3 - Betances, ayline 3 - uno , Edwin 33 - aies, Jasmine 33 - Jones, onivan 3 - Carter, ayla 3 - Jones, ichael 35 - Senabre, iguel - hite, Tammy - Testa, Terry - Burge, inda - illiams, ilkeasha 22 Acevedo Jr., Ceferino 23 - ipley, Savanah 2 - Jarrett, aoud 5 - ope , Carmen - Hettich, James 5 - seiler, simon 53 ivera, obert 55 - Sosa, Juan 55 - Soto, Jessica 55 - rivera, diane 5 - odrigue , Clarissa 5 - Howells, elly 5 2 - Soto, Ale andro 5 - Hernande , van 5 3 - Ha ar, anessa 5 - ilkey, Tarah 2 - shea, atricia 3 - odrigue , Edel 5 - Santos, isha 2 - el ey Aleman, aybel - Chourio Avila, Juan Carlos 3 - aldonado, Juan 3 - on ale , uben 2 - Santiago, vonne 5 - Askew, Jessica 2-
Pena, Anthony, 078 Jesse Green PUBLIC STORAGE # 25847, 951 S John Young Pkwy, Kissimmee, FL 34741, (321) 236-6712 Time: 09:40 AM 1011 - Mcneal, Camala; 1018 - Martinez, Nicole; 1102 - Casais, Joseph; 1118 - Sepulveda, Christian; 1124 Campbell, Anthony; 1129 - Dominguez, Sasha; 1213 - New Life Cultural Centre Wolliston, Alvin; 1220 - Lamberty, Gretchen; 1225 - Morales, David; 1227 - Shea, Carol; 1236 - Gordon, Rohan; 1239 - Feliciano, Carmen; 1305 - Hall, Michael; 1314 - Morales, Manuel; 1417 - De Jesus, Aleena; 1423 - Cardozo, Ramon; 1430 Trujillo, Alfredo; 1511 - Hancock, Billy; 1527 - Krebs, Grecia; 1603 - Speer, Sherri; 1622 - Peters, Isisstone; 1702 - Manfredy, Daniel; 1808 - Sessoms, Matthew; 1811 - Poet, Kristina; 2001 - Sanchez, Rafael; 2006 - Victor, Rosalita; 2044 - Carrasquillo, Melanie; 2045 - Garcia, Audrey; 2069 - Vivaldi, Marino; 2071 - Connelly, Richard; 2107 - Wilson, Shauna; 2111 - Oliveras, Linda; 2149 - Pierrot, Marvin; 2153 - HILL, SR., JOSEPH; 2170 - Sanchez, Yasmín; 2178 - Mckinney, Brian; 2186 - Keefer, Deborah; 2193 - Rodriguez, Jairo; 2196 - Augenstein, Kimberly Sue; 2212 - Mathieson, Donnette; 2213 - Rivera, Jaime; 2306 Cayce, Nickolas; 2309 - Mahoney, Margaret; 2311 - Garcia, Albert; 2330 - Alves, Fernanda; 2358 Rodriguez, Kiara; 2413 - ABDUL MUNTAQIM, SAYEED; 2416 Pagan, Jose; P10 - Jusino, Milton PUBLIC STORAGE # 25892, 1701 Dyer Blvd , Kissimmee , FL 34741, (407) 392-1169 Time: 09:50 AM: 0032 - Rasado Pagan, Mari; 0054 - Cotto, Brian; 0066 - Marrero, Maritza; 0099 - Cruz Fernandez, Raymond; 0111 Cobbs, Shonte; 0166 - Largaespada, David; 0204 - Nieves Ortiz, Myrna; 0306 - Melendez-Mulero, Lissette; 0312 - Vega Jr, Angel; 0336 - Da Rocha, Alexandre; 1009 - FERREIRA, ALLYMA; 1011 - Baker, Michael; 2006 - Ballester, Glorivee; 2015 - Marquart, Tracey; 2040 - Gainer, Vanessa; 2046 - Bonomo, Anthony; 2051 Mongone, Ricardo; 2056 - Burke, Heather; 2059 - Bertoni, Mario; 2061 - Gates, Priscilla; 2063 Morgan, Aziko; 2086 - Santiago, Ileana; 2093 - Ruth, Megan; 2096 - Duncan, James; 2113 - Rivera, Adrian; 3006 - GONZALEZ, CARMEN; 4009 - Kirk Ross, Steven; 4012 - Camacho Gonzalez, Francisco; 4017 - Joseph, Chantal; 4020 - James and Lindsay, Travis and Dasher; 4027 - Perry, Erin; 4035 - Avelar, Marcela; 6002 GEBREHEWET, AZMERA; 6015 - Torres, Carlos; 6041 - DAWSON, EDWARD; 6043 - Mcmenemy, Jessica; 6052 - Mcpherson, Kris; 6054 - Oquendo Alvarez, Vivian; 5 - ray, Alfie - argas, Luis; 6096 - Rivera, Orlanne; 6116 - Maldonado, Myraida; 6128 - Ouellette, Jerry; 6138 - Baker, Tonia; 6155 - Antoine, Veronique; 6161 - Lanier, Veronica; 8004 - Matsunaga, Leonardo; 8013 -
Little Jr, Duane; 8027 - CARTER, BOBBY; 8037 - Nelson, Mary; 8041 - Chester, Micheal; 8047 Goots, Danielle; 8060 - Venable, Lisa Marie; 8068 - Regal, Bradley; 8075 - Fischer, Clint; 8076 - Crespo, Jorge; 8080 - Sharrer, Renate, 0102 Giane Danielli, 4014 Tiffany Pearce, 8009 Lourdes Estella PUBLIC STORAGE # 25782, 2783 N John Young Parkway, Kissimmee, FL 34741, (321) 422-2079 Time: 10:00 AM: 1005 - Fannin, David; 1009 - Ayala, Fernando; 1021 - Wilker, Robert; 1059 - Niles, Rashid; 1060 - Day, Joshua; 1065 - Burgess, Karyre; 11005 - Villalba, Nory; 11093 - Pinamonti, Stephanie; 1119 Williams, Adam; 11212 - Gregory, Patricia; 11308 - Keefer, Myra; 1161 - Utitiaj, Carlos; 12014 Fernandez, Stephanie; 12025 - Ramirez, Meidin; 12112 - White, Rachael; 12116 - Thompson, Landen; 12122 - Brown, Tiffany; 1213 - Aviles, Victor; 12305 Ramos, Sheyna; 12418 - Morales, Miladys; 12421 - Cardero, Jasmine; 1257 - Lopez, Samara; 1258 - Moulder, Robert; 12605 - Jarvis, Rebeca; 12615 - Valentin, Sheila; 2 - riffiths, ichalus 2 Testa, Lindsey; 1291 - Ramirez, Jane; 201 - BROWN, MICHAEL; 402 - Mitchell, Michael; 432 Guerrero, Elena; 454 - Rodriguez, Efrain; 509 - Biennevil, Holandais; 610 - Kinebrew, Paul; 706 - Smith, Quentin; 784 - Torres, Lydia; 802 Sanchez, Bryant; 808 - ABRANTE, VALRIE; 901 - Simon, Aron; 902 - raffius, eah - arcia, Richard; 957 - Utesch, Julie, 1210 Jeanette Buccola PUBLIC STORAGE # 08717, 1800 Ten Point Lane, Orlando, FL 32837, (407) 545-4431 Time: 10:10 AM: 0121 - Torres, Carlos; 0123 - CROSSPOINTE Rubinoff, Tryna; 0137 - Mitchell, Anthony; 0176 - Anderson, Christina; 0195 - Johnson, Daniel; 0213 - Stokes, Nicholis; 0253 - Scott, Steven; 0281 - CROSSPOINTE Rubinoff, Tryna; 1009 - Jauregui, Lizette; 1034 - Martin, Evelyn; 1068 Irizarry, Noemi; 2022 - Griggs, Jerry; 2037 - Herring, Jistine; 4013 - Ayala, Alexandra; 5014 Simplice, Jean; 5031 - Hernandez, Kimberly; 7034 - Martin, Aundrea; 7040 - Perez, Jennifer; 7045 Sanchez, Francisco; 7099 - Turner, Marshall; 7104 - Shanchell, Tynia; 7130 - Rios-Piquion, Destiny; 7137 - Dougan, Catherin; 7143 - Torres, Carmen; 7154 - Varela, Mario; 8002 - AFLAC Perry Jr., Steven; 8032 - gauthier, joseph PUBLIC STORAGE # 25846, 1051 Buenaventura Blvd, Kissimmee, FL 34743, (407) 258-3147 Time: 10:20 AM: 01134 - Rodriguez, Ilsa; 01208 - Miltier, Amber; 02114 - Abed Montanez, Stephanie; 02120 - Rivera, Jorge; 02122 - Montoya, Jonis; 02146 - Capellan, Emmelyn; 02226 - Nieves, Erick; 02327 Ramirez, Lisbet; 02335 - Benitez, Andrew; 02509 - Rosa, Aixa; 02524 - Rhodes, Kara; 02605 Roman, Jose; 02612 - Ocampo, Carlo; 03106 - Salerno, Demetrio;
04103 - Roman, Jose; 04410 Rhodes, Kara; 04525 - Raising knowledge academy Cotto, Ariam; 05108 - Carter, Rochelle; 05142 Concepcion Roman, Daisy; 05143 - Parran, Shola; 05147 - Perez, Xenia; 05162 - Rodriguez, Arturo; 05257 - Luna, Sandra; 05337 Cruz, Melba; 05346 - Kulig, Bugra; 05415 - Ford, Larry; 05426 - Velez, Rodolfo; 05435 - Andino, Edward; 05437 - rachel, lourietta; 21292 - Reese, Akia. Public sale terms, rules, and regulations will be made available prior to the sale. All sales are subject to cancellation. We reserve the right to refuse any bid. Payment must be in cash or credit card-no checks. Buyers must secure the units with their own personal locks. To claim tax-exempt status, original ESA E certificates for each space purchased is required. By PS Orangeco, Inc., 701 Western Avenue, Glendale, CA 91201. (818) 244- 8080. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE To satisfy the owner s storage lien, PS Orange Co. Inc. will sell at public lien sale on August 24, 2018, the personal property in the belowlisted units, which may include but are not limited to: household and personal items, office and other equipment. The public sale of these items will begin at 09:30 AM and continue until all units are sold. PUBLIC STORAGE # 08714, 8149 Aircenter Court, Orlando, FL 32809, (407) 792-4965 Time: 09:30 AM: 1141 - Dandy, David; 1150 - Rivera, Rose; 1175 - Heslin, Charlotte; 2118 - Baker, Ralph; 2170 - Lagree, Andrea; 2209 Soto, Emiliana; 3089 - Sabanto Jimenez, Jorge; 4032 - Zuna, Robert; 6012 - Expert, Asplundh Tree; 7209 - Rogers, Adrain PUBLIC STORAGE # 08726, 4801 S Semoran Blvd, Orlando, FL 32822, (407) 392-4546 Time: 09:45 AM: 0141 - Cordero, Josephine; 0142 - Duclos, Nadeige; 0154 - Morales, Yalurie; 0241 Menard, Jeffrey; 0251 - Parrilla Cruz, Marifel; 0260 - Kinard, Alyson; 0265 - Marsh, Glendell; 2020 - Driver, Leigh; 3001 - Vega, Mildred; 6019 - Arias, saira; 7015 - Blackstock, Shawn; 7035 - Givens, Carmen; 7052 - Ewen, Monica; 7099 - Flores, Ramon; 7123 - Cusiccanqui, Cammie; 7131 - Ward, Antonio; 7152 - Bell, Akila; 8004 - Sierra, Alejandro; 8101 - Luke, Luisa; 8103 - Scotto, Caterina; 8119 - Rochet, Adele; 8149 - Garcia, Damaris PUBLIC STORAGE # 28084, 2275 S Semoran Blvd, Orlando, FL 32822, (407) 545-2547 Time: 10:00 AM: A132 - Dlamuka, Phumzile; B107 - caimares, charisse; B118 - Phelps, Jamiel; B128 Torres, Maria; B199 - Velez, Yahaira; B205 - Hidalgo, Renee; C119 - Maldonado, Nayda; C166 - Brent, Ellyse; C195G - Thomas, Terrell; C206 - Gonzalez, Osiel; C230E - Rios JR, Angel PUBLIC STORAGE # 20179, 903 S Semoran Blvd, Orlando, FL 32807, (407) 392-1549 Time:
10:15 AM: A003 - Sosa, Aurora; B011 - Rodriguez Santiago, Victor; B043 - Boutot, Amanda; C008 Herbin, Victoria; C040 - Arguinzoni, Edilberto; C055 - Slayton, Carol; D009 - Rodriguez, Jeanette; D042 - Boston, Ya Hance; D043 Jimenez, Maria; D097 - Kolljeski, Jerry; D117 - Lucchesse, Rosalita; D147 - Farrell, Jameel; D154 Mann, Ted; D166 - Cruzada, Joel; D201 - Williams, Adam; D202 Thomas, Tamesha; D209 - Harvey, Dwight; D227 - Givens, Orlando; D230 - Zapata, Osman; E003 Couty, Jean; E024 - Abad, Luis; E026 - Resilard, Michelle; E094 - Hagy, Susan PUBLIC STORAGE # 25850, 2525 E Michigan St, Orlando, FL 32806, (407) 604-0341 Time: 10:30 AM: 2042 - Rozumkiewicz, Michal; 3005 - Vine, Theater; 3010 - Vine, Theater; 4011 - Smith, Benjamin; 4027 - Gimbel, Robert; 5001 - Canizares, Elizabeth; 6316 - Liddell, Ester; 6440 - Stokes, Chad; 6525 - Wegman, April. Public sale terms, rules, and regulations will be made available prior to the sale. All sales are subject to cancellation. We reserve the right to refuse any bid. Payment must be in cash or credit card-no checks. Buyers must secure the units with their own personal locks. To claim tax-exempt status, original ESA E certificates for each space purchased is required. By PS Orangeco, Inc., 701 Western Avenue, Glendale, CA 91201. (818) 244- 8080. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE To satisfy the owner s storage lien, PS Orange Co. Inc. will sell at public lien sale on August 23, 2018, the personal property in the belowlisted units, which may include but are not limited to: household and personal items, office and other equipment. The public sale of these items will begin at 09:30 AM and continue until all units are sold. PUBLIC STORAGE # 28075, 4729 S Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32839, (407) 9864867 Time: 09:30 AM: 0128 - Mills, Brian; 0132 - Washington, Jeremiah; 0133 - Gordon, Giselle; 0141 - Brown, Deborah; 0153 - Anderson, Tiffaney; 0211 Chestnut Jr, Harry; 0229 - Torres, Nilda; 0230 - pauldo, Aleshia; 0237 - Lass, Mariana; 0308 - Carter, Daungi; 0347 - Lamey, Kyle; 0353 - Naylor, John; 0422 - Abrams, Cydney; 0519 - Suckan, Calechia; 0604 - Maragh, Courtney; 0624 - Weeks, Tylishia; 0805 - Miller, Desiree; 0813 - Maldonado, juan; 0844 - Jones, Shanatha; 0905 Grigley, Tanetheia; 0916 - Wooten, Edward; 0950 - Beckworth, Willie; 1038 - Lindsey, Aziza; 1040 Allen, Zymia; 1085 - Marrow, Kathleen; 1113 - Jenkins, Brianna; 1123 - Alba, Zulay; 1126 - Pierre, Noel; 1135 - sidor, andrii; 1145 - Burt, Edward; 1161 - Caldwell, Johnnie; 1163 - Jones, Tyasia; 1208 - Deas, Angel; 1214 - Hayes, Demarius; 1224 - Carrasquillo Colon, Frances; 1226 - Calderon,
Charissa; 1233 - Green, Patrice; 1253 - Felix, Ebony; 1313 - Fisher, Wayne; 1324 - Milius, Rollande; 1326 - boykin, Cescily; 1332 Mcmillian, Lizette; 1362 - Brevard, Wakemah PUBLIC STORAGE # 24303, 1313 45th Street, Orlando, FL 32839, (407) 278-8737 Time: 09:45 AM: A114 - Pollack, Ronada; A118 - Warren, Stephanie; A123 - STANLEY, LAWANDA; B209 - Jones, Stephanie; B256 - Robinson, Shaterious; B293 - Hudon, Heather; C305 - Rodriguez, Jessica; C393 Turner, Jaeson; D409 - Woodson, Lesine; D425 - Banton, Dalton; E550 - Jackson, Regina; E564 Simmons, Special; E581 - Saffold, Booker; H832 - Jones, Anna; H846 - Thomas, Michael PUBLIC STORAGE # 20711, 1801 W Oak Ridge Road, Orlando, FL 32809, (407) 792-5808 Time: 10:00 AM: B021 - WillaimsMerchant, LaShawncia; B041 - Oliver, Barbara; C005 - Nonato, Fernando; C043 - Yarbrough, LaTasha; D023 - Costa, Nicole; D055 - Chery, Cecile; D069 - garcia, miriam; E007 - Dawn, Natasia; E030 - Collins, Sharanda; F023 - porrata, emory; G001 - Mcmann, Steven; G010 - Dort, Monique; H029 - Rengel, Eriel; H042 Cameron, Levene; J006 - Powell, Robert; J030 - Resto, Jose; J047 Perez, Adolfo; J052 - Joe, Tiffanie; J056 - williams, Tyrone; J080 - chaney, andrew; J096 - Osne, Josie; J147 - Saintilus, Jean; J158 - Weidman, Tammi; J160 - Rivera, Sonia; J170 - Cancel, Samantha; K036 - Hibbert, Christopher; K098 - Matos, Joy; K099 - FOSTER, KATHY PUBLIC STORAGE # 25454, 235 E Oak Ridge Road, Orlando, FL 32809, (407) 326-9069 Time: 10:15 AM: A131 - Hord, Christie; B246 - Chang Yen, Marc; C327 Payton, Marquis; E512 - Ocean, Reed; E515 - Ouazani, Jalil; E539 - Cadet, Marie; F601 nuckles, rhonda; F609 - Pagan Mendez, Hector; H801 - Cleggs, Carl; H804 - Kimble, Michael; H822 - mcgahee, deanna; H836 - Optimal Solutions, LLC Headley III, William; I915 - Ammiel, Dipak; I922 - Dubois, Christopher; J027 - rodriguez, rey; K114 - lyden, julie; K115 - Medina, Hilda; K138 - Barclay, Venicia; L209 - Gay, Frantz; N414 - Heard, Katherine; N417 - Reagan, Keith; O504 Acosta, Marilyn; O516 - Bennett, Kenneth; P021 - Pryce, Glenn; P039 - charles, ricato; P041 Cadet, Julbert. Public sale terms, rules, and regulations will be made available prior to the sale. All sales are subject to cancellation. We reserve the right to refuse any bid. Payment must be in cash or credit card-no checks. Buyers must secure the units with their own personal locks. To claim tax-exempt status, original ESA E certificates for each space purchased is required. By PS Orangeco, Inc., 701 Western Avenue, Glendale, CA 91201. (818) 244- 8080.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the locations indicated:on August 29th, 2018 4:30 PM location: 13125 S. John Young Parkway Orlando FL 32837 (407)516-7005 Agnes Feliciano- household items, Melissa Rodriguez- Furniture, Janna C Ceasar- Home items, Esmeralda Frias- household items, Adrian Blue-papers, David Philips-home items. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facilities in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Notice is hereby given that Mindful Storage will sell at public auction, to satisfy the lien of the owner, personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the following times and locations : August 21st, 2018 2:00 p.m. at the Mindful Storage facility located at: 900 Cypress Pkwy. Kissimmee, FL. 34759 (321) 732-6032 The personal goods stored therein by the following: #2091- Households, #1065-Furniture, #I217-Boxes , #K208-Furniture, C144-Households, #1017- Households, #G223Households, #2089- Households, #1096-Furniture, #2065-Households, #1060-Households, #1180-Households,#F223- Boxes, 2072-Beds, #1185- Households, F212- Households, #F230Furniture, #1041-Households, #1076- Households, #1178-Furniture, #C104- Households, #D220Households,#1053- Furniture. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Mindful Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. NOTICE OF Registration of FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME In accordance with Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of: “ Public Storage” with mailing address of 701 Western Avenue, Glendale, CA 91201, and a registered office located in Seminole County, Florida. Owner will register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Owner: PSAF Development Partners, L.P.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Notice is hereby given that on Extra Space Storage will sell at public auction at the storage facilities listed below, to satisfy the lien of the owner, personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the following locations: August 30th, 2018 at the times and locations listed below. The personal goods stored therein by the following: 9:30a.m. at the Extra Space Storage facility located at: 5603 Metrowest Blvd. Orlando, FL 32811 (407) 445-0867 #05093 -Lazarus M Mitchel-books, art; #04006 Ramon Correa- household goods; #07011-Carolyn Rozier- household goods; #02226 Demond Jefferson- shoes, clothes; #02074-LC Montgomery-rims and a box; #05153 Victoria Freemonhousehold goods; #02139 Jackee Norman household goods etc; #01007-Jermaine Maxwellhousehold furniture and items; #02058-Rey Severino- 2 dressers; #02005-Anne Stevens-boxes; #02060 Scott Mercure-household goods; #02066- Shuwane Emanuel-boxes; #02209-Robert Daniel- clothes, personal items, boxes/bags; #02001 -Terry Bedem household goods;#07019-Brad Donaldson-2 bedrooms set, Livingroom, dining room, boxes; #01005-James Montfort-bed 2, entertainment, bikes, misc things; #02064-Caleb Crawford-personal items; #03018-Robinson Phadaelone bedroom apt furniture and personal items. 11:00a.m. at the Extra Space Storage facility located at: 5592 L. B. McLeod Rd. Orlando, Fl. 32811 (407) 445-2709 #696 Artrina Bell files, 35 evin Smythe Household Goods, #351 Handy Jones Household Goods, #600 Sharonski Hayes Household Goods, #150 Priscilla Alsene ersonal tems, 25 im hittley furniture, ohan allace Cabinets, tools, equipment. 12:30p.m. at the Extra Space Storage facility located at: 4601 S Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL. 32839 (407)630- 9395 0B001# Shawanda BELL- livingroom set, table ,and small decor . 0H053# Herman G Mcbrideclothes, bags, and tv. 1:30p.m. at the Extra Space Storage facility located at: 3501 S. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL. 32839 (407)8395518 #4005 -Patricia Ann hitfield-Household items, 2 3 -Lashawnda Brown-household items, #2045-Asia Dalencia Montgomery- chairs, beds, loveseat, boxes, #2098-Marlon Jermaine Jackson-queen bed tall dresser fridge, couch, boxes, bins, household items, #4019-Herman Schwartz- household goods, #3074-Shiela Smiley-queen bed 2 dressers. 3:00p.m. at the Extra Space
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Storage facility located at: 1420 N Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32804 (407) 312-8736 #470 Marka McCoy china, cabinets, chairs, tables #726 Michael Haugabook lawn equipment. 4:30p.m. at the Extra Space Storage facility located at: 1001 Lee Rd. Orlando, FL 32810 (407) 489-3742 #1077 Linnda Durre Desk, Boxes, household goods,#2162 Natasha Marie Phillips 2 bedroom apt,beds,expensive sofa set,boxes and totes,tv, #1111 Philip Robert Delvecchio Household items, #1141 Rosemary Brown household goods #4091A Brandy Sterling bed, table ,boxes, #2056 Nicole Evans decorations and clothes, 3 3 evin ennedy boxes of clothing. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Notice is hereby given that on Extra Space Storage will sell at public auction at the storage facilities listed below, to satisfy the lien of the owner, personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the following locations: August 31st, 2018 at the times and locations listed below. The personal goods stored therein by the following: 9:30a.m. at the Extra Space Storage facility located at: 2631 E Semoran Blvd. Apopka, FL 32703 (407) 408-7437 #1223-Jesse Maddox-Household items #2272 Dunston DeneseHousehold #1216-Derrick HarrisHousehold items #1112- Virginia Hernandez-Household #1106Virginia Hernandez- Household #2009- Jonathan Santiago-Household items #1010-Craig FugittFurniture,boxes #2023-James Bauman- ids clothes, and toys. 10:30a.m. at the Extra Space Storage facility located at: 831 N Park Ave. Apopka, FL 32712 (407) 450-0345 #2405 Lois Jenkins-Bags, Books, Boxes, Clothes, Shoes, Totes, tires, coat rack #2051 Mary Ligon Ezell- Table, TV, Bags, Clothes, Totes, Fan, Cooler #1509 Shannon Pelletier -Mattress, table, bags, books, boxes, totes, chair, shelves, arts&crafts #1619 Shannon Pelletier Chair, couch, dresser, boxes, clothes, totes, piano, pillows, bedframe #2050 Tiffany Tate-Mattress, box springs, artwork. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property.
Notice of Public Sale: Pursuant to F.S. 713.78 on August 24, 2018 at 9:00 am, Riker’s Roadside Services, LLC, 630 E Landstreet Rd, Orlando, FL 32824, will sell the following vehicles and/ or vessels. Seller reserves the right to bid. Sold as is, no warranty. Seller guarantees no title, terms cash. Seller reserves the right to refuse any or all bids; 3A4FY48B67T507797 2007/Chry 2B4GP25B0YR501372 2000/Dodge 2C4GM68425R273855 2005/Chry 5 5 2001/Cadi H 2007/Linc 1YVHP80DX65M50308 2006/Mazd 5YFBU4EE3DP175282 2013/Toyt JT T 2 2 2006/Scion BA H 5 A 5 2 B 2T1AE04B7RC057557 1994/Toyt 4A3AA46H32E116902 2002/Mits 1J4GX48S81C521890 2001/Jep 2B4GP74L61R302386 2001/Dodge AH5 JT 2 1988/Buic 1YVGF22C3X5850647 1999/Mazd 2T1BU4EE2AC337155 2010/Toyt 1GCHG35R511199954 2001/Chev JN1BV7AR7FM396299 2 5 nfi 1FTRE14213HB13763 2003/Ford JYAVM01EX5A075127 2005/Yamaha T B 22 53 1999/Toyt 1C3EL55R76N181888 2006/Chry JT3GN86R920240904 2002/Toyt 5NPE24AF9HH505737 2017/Hyun 1N4AL2EP1CC184029 2012/Niss 5N1AT2MT4HC811446 2017/Hyund 2 5E 2B 2 2 2011/Chev 1G8AJ55F06Z182034 2006/Strn NOTICE OF SALE Vehicles will be sold as is, no warranty. Seller reserves the right to refuse any bid. Terms of bids are cash only. Buyer must have funds on hand at time of sale: 2016 ZHNG VIN# L5YACBPA1G1123048 2002 Pontiac 2 2 52 2 2001 Mitsubishi VIN# 4A3AA46G61E126667 2006 Buick 2 C5 23 5 5 2002 Ford VIN# 1FMZU63E42ZA64171
2006 Chrysler VIN# 3A4FY58B46T299147 2002 Jeep VIN# 1J4GX38S52C272640 To be sold at auction at 8:00 a.m. on August 22, 2018 at 7301 ardner Street, inter ark, . 32792 Constellation Towing & Recovery LLC Notice of Sale Name – Property – Unit # Enid Hernandez – Lamp, water cooler, plastic bins, boxes, chairs, stereo, trash bags, misc household and personal items 2 5, innard Barnett - Tables, construction materials, buckets, skis, tarp, misc household and personal items - 199, Amine Hinaoui - Tires and rims, car doors, engine and parts, misc household and personal items , innard Barnett - Trash can, boxes, bed frame, ladder, gun, plastic bins, baby carriage, misc household and personal items - 174, Michael Manfredi - Couch, wood, concrete, stroller, table, blankets, chairs, misc household and personal items – 263, Mercedes Ramos Dresser, fan, pink dresser, hamper, kids toys, misc household and personal items – 328h Alexis Johnston - Speakers, tool box, car doors, car parts, misc household and personal items – 403 Ample Storage, 6493 E Colonial Dr, Orlando FL 32807, has possessory lien on all goods stored in the prospective units above. All these items of personal property are being sold pursuant to the asserting of the lien on 8/23/2018 at 11:00AM in order to collect the amount due from you. The sale will take place at 6493 E Colonial Dr, Orlando FL 32807.
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