On a daily basis, families lineup at Pincrest Wayside Market for ice cream and milkshakes — famous in these parts — made with fresh fruit, nonfat yogurt and no added sugar. Founded in 1948, this place was originally just a simple roadside fruit stand that sold local produce. Today, Eli Taco, who’s been running it for over a decade, owns it. All the fruit he sells is local, and when not in season he brings only the best from California. The shakes are natural and creamy with a great variety to choose from including mango, apple with cinnamon, chocolate, orange, even one named The Elvis…made with bananas, vanilla and peanut butter. Oh, and by the way, mixing-and-matching flavors is allowed; 10070 SW 57th Ave.; Open daily from 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; 5:30 p.m. Sundays.
Highlighted by one of the most tragic tenor arias of all time “Vesti la giubba,” the original “Tears of a Clown,” Florida Grand Opera’s presentation of Ruggero Leoncavallo’s I pagliacci is a not-to-be missed tour de force.
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