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SANFORD, Fla. (April 11, 2018) – Seminole State College of Florida's Board of Trustees today announced Dr. Georgia Lorenz as president-elect.
ORLANDO, Fla. (May 1, 2018) – From the early days in the 1990s along a quiet Lee Road, a family-owned steakhouse legacy was emerging in Orlando. The modest, single building was previously known by a variety of names including Bakerstreet Grill, Tony Marino’s and Morgan’s Lobster House. Fast forward to 2000, the Christner family expanded the restaurant with a second neighboring building, formerly Straub’s and Nick’s Boat Yard, with the signature central lobby and porte-cochère.
ORLANDO, Fla. (January 24, 2018) – The 10th Annual Downtown Food & Wine Fest is set for Saturday, February 24 and Sunday, February 25 for more than 30,000 anticipated foodies and wine lovers in attendance to experience unique local cuisine paired with wines from around the globe.
Marlow’s Tavern has set Jan. 23 as the opening date for its 3,500-square-foot, 192-seat eatery in the Oviedo on the Park mixed-use development, next to popular eateries like Chipotle, Panera and the ever-popular Starbucks on Mitchell Hammock Road.
Certified sommelier Dan Colgan on the poetry of wine, plus his favorite picks for drinking and toasting the holidays Wine glasses clink, bottles pop and the sweet sounds of classical piano play in the background as certified sommelier Dan Colgan of longtime favorite Christner’s Prime Steak & Lobster recalls how he got hooked on wine. It was the early 80s, and he was a freshman in college. While all his friends at the keg parties were drinking their body weights in Lone Star and Schlitz, he was starting a love affair with Robert Mondavi pinot noir, discovering a passion not only for the taste, but for the sophistication and romance that comes with the enjoyment of wine whether sipped over dinner or served at a holiday soiree.
Seminole State College's Board of Trustees has hired a search firm to help find the college's third president as Ann McGee steps down.
SANFORD, Fla. (July 1, 2017) – Seminole State College of Florida enhances the educational, economic, and cultural vitality of the region by providing exemplary learning opportunities for a diverse community. This mission embraces the general public through enrichment and quality of life programming and production of lifelong learning and cultural events to include fine arts, theater, speaker series and planetarium shows. All events are family-friendly, open to the public and free to attend (unless noted with a nominal ticket price).