Issue 18.18: Fall Arts Guide

Issue 18.18: Fall Arts Guide

Watermark issue 18.18 Fall Arts Guide: Articles on AIDS Walk St. Petersburg, Here! Network comes to Brighthouse Networks, Anne Hathaway, Fall Arts listings with profiles on Robert Hill, Una Voce, and more!

On the cover: Robert Hill, artistic director of the Orlando Ballet, hopes more LGBT audience members will come to shows this season. Photo by Michael Caims

Pg.8 | Orlando NewsThe Mount Dora teacher suspended for his anti-gay rant on Facebook is permitted back in the classroom. Several Florida senate candidates express their opposition to LGBT equality during an Orlando forum; more.

Pg.11 | Tampa NewsWith AIDS Walk St. Petersburg just over a week away, organizers are optimistic that they will reach their ambitions $100,000 fundraising goal. St. Pete Pride gives back to several local organizations who pitched in during the 2011 street festival.

Pg.27 | Scene+HeardThe here! TV network is finally available to Bright House Networks subscribers in Orlando and Tampa, which means more original adult programming catering specifically to our community.Anne Hathaway's new film, One Day, is all about connecting with your soul mate. The actress shares her stories of love and her excitement over marriage equality in New York.The remake of Fright Night doesn't totally suck, but film critic Stephen Miller still can't figure out why the 1980s classic needed a remake in the first place.

Pg.41 | Fall Arts GuideWe take a closer look at the relationship between LGBTs and the theater.Get out your highlighters and take a look at our extensive list of arts offerings throughout our readership area this season.And, meet several of the movers and shakers within the arts community that keep the theaters packed, the stages lit and the art galleries full.

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