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Brad and Darlyn with Mary and Joshua – From the Heart

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on January 20, 2017

From the Heart Radio crew

Brad and Darlyn Kuhn had the extreme pleasure of being interviewed about the Central Florida arts scene by Mary Thompson Hunt and Joshua Vickery for From the Heart, their arts-themed show on Clear Channel’s iHeart Radio. The segment will air on Sunday night, January 22nd at 11 p.m. on Magic 107.7 FM.  Here’s a link to stream the station.  Afterward, we’ll post the link to the interview itself, for those who’ll already be snoozing at that time. But we had such fun; it’s definitely worth staying up late to listen.

You might be surprised how many of the components of Orlando’s cultural mileui we were able to mention during the 3-part, one-hour show, including a shout-out to one of Orlando’s most exciting visual artists, Laura Riekki.

And speaking of exciting artists, have you seen the work of Mary’s husband, Jason Hunt? Stunning!

From the Heart Radio interview

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Need Something ELSE To Do on Friday, January 20th?

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on January 17, 2017

Read a good book from Twisted Road Publications! Easy to find at your local bookstore like Bookmark It or Writers Block, or to download at or

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Living Room Screenings at the Blue Bamboo

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on January 2, 2017


Living Room Screenings

This screening goes beyond movie night and into a shared experience which unites the viewers by utilizing a collection of short, thought-provoking independent films as the catalyst for conversation. Experience new, of-our-time cinema which is inspiring, uplifting and thought-provoking. Presented by the Elar Institute – Home of Humanistic Performance & Discovery.

Saturday, Jan 7, 2017: 4 pm – 6 pm (doors 3:30)


Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts

1905 Kentucky Ave.
Winter Park , FL 32789

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String Tea at the Blue Bamboo

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on January 2, 2017

String Tea at the Blue Bamboo 

A show filled with performance about life, perception and the absurd. String Tea questions the space between our thoughts and actions, immersing an audience in the pure curiosity of the performers. String Tea unfurls through a series of vignettes, first rooted in conversation, flowing into solo pieces of poetry, story and live music. Presented by the Elar Institute – Home of Humanistic Performance & Discovery.

Jan 17, 2017: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm (Tue) (doors at 6:30)


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