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Orlando Psycho City Derby Girls Season Opener: Home Beat Home!

Orlando Psycho City Derby Girls Present: Home Beat Home, a triple header game, September 12, 2010, 4:30pm - 7:00pm at Universal Entertainment & Skating Center (866 S. Goldenrod Rd., Orlando, FL)

Come see Florida's ONLY Old School Derby Association league. Three teams of Psycho City Derby girls will compete for glory as they bloody up the track. Make way for the Bellevue Bombshells, the Sunnyland Slammers and the Serial Thrillers as they block, jam and score their way into your hearts, as well as your laps!

Suicide seating is available rinkside for those 18+ who think they can handle the pain. The family that slays together stays together, so bring the kids and get into it! Come experience roller derby at its finest... if you dare.

All ages are welcome! Ticket Info: Kids (3-under) FREE, Kids (4-7) $5 Pre-sale & Door, Adults (8-up) $10 Pre-sale and $13.00 at the Door. Purchase your pre-sale tickets. BONUS: Adult Tickets will be good for admission and drink specials at our…

Southern Fried Sundays | Annual B-Day Benefit

Sunday July 18th join us for The 2nd Annual B-Day Benefit for The Mustard Seed of Central Florida! 6 musical acts, classic cars, a pin-up girl contest, a cornhole tournament, carnival games and the return of the dunk tank and a southern food & bbq buffet included in the price of admission! Plus come early and get your car washed by The Orlando Psycho City Derby Girls! All ages are welcome until 8pm!
Bands:
Betty Lou Fox (Blues)
The Barnstorm Quartet (Bluegrass/Swing)
Giddy Up Go (Vintage Country feat. DJ White Lightning from WPRK)
Izzy and The Kesstronics ( Rockabilly/Swing from Brooklyn, NY)
Hymn For Her (Slamgrass from Philly and the Bambi Airstream)
The Downgetters
(Orlando Supergroup playing songs from the depths of RocknRoll's vault )

All proceeds go the The Mustard Seed of Central Florida! The Mustard Seed of Central Florida is a referral based furniture, clothing and household goods bank that works exclusively with Orange, Seminole, Osceola and Volusia County residen…

Pub Crawl Introduces Fringe-Goers to Ivanhoe Village

Ivanhoe Village Main Street and Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival are teaming up to bring you the You Don’t Know Ivanhoe Pub Crawl on Tuesday, May 13, 7:00 PM-Midnight. The event has the primary goal of introducing Fringe out-of-towners to the establishments in Ivanhoe Village, and for locals it’s a great excuse to visit these favorites.

“This is a unique way for the artists to connect with the neighborhood and vice versa,” says George Wallace, General Manager of Orlando Fringe. “It’s another great example of the wonderful partnership Fringe has forged with the surrounding area.”

Participants in the pub crawl will check-in at The Hammered Lamb. Tickets to the event are $15, or $10 in advance at bungalower.com/IvanhoePubCrawl. Crawlers get a free drink of some sort at each venue. The bars include: The Lucky Lure, The Matador, Savoy Orlando, The Imperial, Santiago’s Bodega, Hideaway Bar, The Hammered Lamb, and The Venue.

The Orlando Psycho City Derby Girls will be lending a ha…

Nerd Nite Orlando at Stardust: Vexillophilia, Biology and Tesla

The next Nerd Nite Orlando event is Thursday November 14, 2013, 7-9pm at Stardust Video and Coffee (1842 E. Winter Park Road).  Nerd Nite Orlando is an evening of entertaining yet thought-provoking talks across many disciplines – all while the audience drinks along in a casual bar atmosphere. 3 speakers will present for 20-25 minutes each on a fascinating subject of their choice, often in an uncanny and unconventional way. It's like the Discovery Channel - with beer. Free admission. 

Presentations:

“Vexillophilia: Let Your Nerd Flag Fly” by Amy SelikoffHave you ever wondered why there’s a rooster on the Ugandan flag? Or what the symbols on various flags actually represent? Or who thinks about this stuff, anyway? Vexillophiles, a.k.a. lovers of all things flag-related, do! Now’s your chance to learn about the hidden language woven into the fabric of a nation’s primary symbol. Let Amy open your eyes to the stories told through a flag’s colors and shapes. You’ll never look at a flag th…

Orlando Fringe Festival 2013

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What Is the Orlando Fringe Festival?
The Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival is an annual event that brings over 100 theatrical productions to one location and packs the performances into ten days. You can stay at Fringe for hours and run from show to show, seeing a varied assortment of theatre, comedy, music and dance. Its a great way to pack a lot of entertainment into a short amount of time.
When and Where?
Dates: May 15-28, 2013
Location: Loch Haven Park 
Expert Tips:
1. Listen to Word of Mouth. There are over 100 shows. Some are utter crap. Some are gems. Pay attention to word of mouth to avoid the crap shows and get the gems. 
2. Fringe is expensive. Tickets can cost up to $10 per show PLUS a surcharge per ticket ($1.25 online, $1.00 in-person PER TICKET). There is no surcharge on donation-only + free + non-ticketed shows. If a show listed below offers a discount, you can only get that discount if you buy your ticket in person at the Bo…