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It’s that time of year again, the summer months have provided us with warm evenings and as a result, fireflies have come out to shine. Chasing fireflies is as traditional of a summer activity as having a cookout or watching fireworks. But did you know that you could help the firefly populati… Read more

After more than five years of planning, work and navigation of a global pandemic, Warner’s Bakery announced at the Titusville City Council meeting Tuesday night, during the business spotlight, that their restaurant, Warner’s Bakery and Cafe, is set to open the first week in July. Read more

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Kenzo’s designer, Nigo, found his groove for his sophomore collection at the LVMH-owned house, drawing vibrant parallels with house founder Kenzo Takada. Nigo has made history as the first Japanese designer to front the house since Takada, who died in 2020. Funky scarves, a take on a Boy Scout styles, morphed into colored lapels on suits that riffed on uniform. A bright yellow patch-loaded waistcoat had an African vibrancy and mixed with Breton striped scarves, nautical themes and Asian cross-over styles in jackets. But it was the quirkiness and humor that defined spring-summer in this strong show.

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Paul McCartney has wowed fans at the Glastonbury Festival  with a 2½-hour concert that included Beatles hits and big-name guest stars. The 80-year-old musician treated the huge crowd to Beatles classics like “Get Back,” “Hey Jude,” “Blackbird” and “Let it Be,” along with solo hits including “Live and Let Die” and “Band on the Run.” He was joined onstage by Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and rock icon Bruce Springsteen. McCartney also paid tribute to late bandmates George Harrison and John Lennon during the emotional show. McCartney was due to play the southwest England festival two years ago, but the 2020 and 2021 editions were both scuttled by the coronavirus pandemic.

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The BET Awards return Sunday with a live show that could see Doja Cat, Drake and Ari Lennox snag some trophies. Doja Cat enters the show as the leading nominee with six. The chart-topping performer is up for best female R&B-pop artist, best female hip-hop artist, album of the year for her No. 1 hit “Planet Her” and BET Her for “Woman.” Her “Kiss Me More” with SZA is nominated for video of the year and best collaboration. Taraji P. Henson will host the live show from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Sean “Diddy” Combs will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award — one of the show's highest honors.