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6 days ago New standalone Sephora store will open in Winter Park on July 27
If your significant other loves to drop a pretty penny at Sephora, don't say we didn't warn you. On Friday, July 27, a standalone Sephora store will open its doors at the Winter Park Square shopping center, joining other shops including Whole Foods Market, Nordstrom Rack and Cafe Rio. With their powers combined, this formidable grouping of retail juggernauts will arguably make for the best shopping plaza in Winter Park. Normal hours of operation are unknown at this time, but their grand opening will kick off at 10 a.m.…
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6 days ago City of Orlando renews test of controversial Amazon surveillance program despite broad condemnation
Despite widespread condemnation from local and national civil rights groups, Amazon's facial recognition software is set for another trial period in Orlando following the city's first six-month pilot program that ended last month. The facial recognition software, called Amazon Rekognition, can be used by law enforcement agencies to track down people of interest by uploading a mugshot to a stream that will pair it with subjects in a live surveillance camera feed.…
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6 days ago Parkland and Pulse survivors to speak at Road to Change Block Party at Lake Eola's amphitheater
In an effort to register voters, survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting are going on tour, hitting Orlando as their first stop.…
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6 days ago City of Orlando will launch new social media campaign and ambassador program to address panhandling
As complaints of aggressive panhandling are on the rise, the City of Orlando is now seeking out alternative solutions to dealing with the homeless. One solution in the works is a new social media campaign designed to educate tourists, locals and downtown businesses about how they can help the homeless by donating to charity organizations and apps like Samaritan.…
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1 week ago Dueling debuts at Disney and Universal demonstrate that when it comes to buildup, bigger isn’t always better
Did you ever plead for a certain present, only for anticipation to sour mere moments after its unwrapping? Did another unheralded gift unexpectedly enthrall instead of the one you'd hyped up in your head?…

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