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Air slightly drier than a damp washcloth? Temps hovering below 90? People venturing outside to do stuff? It's called fall, and it's when things get good around here. The arts come alive. Parties and festivals suddenly appear on the planner. Bands come to town. It all happens in a rush, but we're here to help you make sense of it with Orlando's best guide to our best season. Check the schedule and get out there.

FALL GUIDE 2008 - Table of contents

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