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1 # Daytona2Night - Daytona Beach, Night Life, Clubs, Bars, Restaurants, Hotels, Special Events, Spring Break, Bike Week, Daytona 500, Daytona International Speedway, etc.
Arts & Entertainment: - Sarasota & SW Florida. Guide to theater, ballet, art, cinema plus area information for Coastal Southwest Florida.
Daytona2Night - Daytona Beach, Night Life, Clubs, Bars, Restaurants, Hotels, Special Events, Spring Break, Bike Week, Daytona 500, Daytona International Speedway, etc.
Florida Jokes - Jokes about Florida, its people, its government, and its cities.
InsideGulfCoast - The Gulf Coast's Home on the Net! - InsideGulfCoast has the best of the Gulf Coast, from local news, weather, web cams, sports, restaurants and movie times. Free classifieds, email and personal calendar for members.
Miami Entertainment - MiamiEntertainment.tv is a directory listing of what South Florida has to offer to the public. It's a guide to all of your Party Spots, Clubs, Restaurants, Sports and Concert information. MiamiEntertainment.TV, "Where it pays to party"....
Monroe Council Of The Arts Corporation - What do do and see in the arts in Key West and the Florida Keys. Complete listings of artists, galleries, theaters, arts organizations, events, calls, grant information and useful links.
Orlando Florida Guide - Orlando Florida Guide covers arts and entertainment, nightlife, attractions, businesss and more.
Palm Avenue Arts Alliance, Sarasota, Florida - Palm Avenue Arts Alliance - Palm Avenue, Sarasota, Florida. Heart of the arts and theater district of Sarasota.
The Florida Humanities Council - The FHC website is a lively forum for news and discussion of how the humanities shape everyday life in one of the fastest growing states in the country. Please visit us today.
culturevulture.net - Covers art and architecture, books and CDs, dance, cultural travel, movies, opera, television, and theater. The format is primarily reviews, with occasional essays and commentary. An international roster of professional writers aims for an educated, sophisticated audience. Updated daily.