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Lake Eola

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  • Hot enough for you yet? Not for these folks

    Hot enough for you yet? Not for these folks
    Some like it hot, like it is today. And for some, it's not hot enough.
  • Orlando artists: New large-scale art needed for One Eleven building

     Orlando artists: New large-scale art needed for One Eleven building
    Talk about a captive — and expansive — audience. Lincoln Property Co. is seeking new artwork for its six-story murals on the One Eleven Building, a 31-story office, retail and residential high-rise overlooking Lake Eola in downtown Orlando....

    Pig strolls daily through downtown Orlando

    Pig strolls daily through downtown Orlando
    Her snout is caked in dirt. "Keep it moving, little momma," says Mike Padovano, tugging at the leash connected to her pink harness. But Sunny, a 15-month-old small-breed pig, pays little attention, instead squealing every few seconds and pushing her...

    As Orlando native, Predators QB is excited about chance to earn ArenaBowl berth

    As Orlando native, Predators QB is excited about chance to earn ArenaBowl berth
    Bernard Morris will look to join an exclusive club Sunday. Current members include Ben Bennett, Connell Maynor, Pat O'Hara and Joe Hamilton. The club does not have a name or a proper meeting place, but those men are linked by a shared experience. Each...

    Dozens at Lake Eola protest police brutality after death of Missouri teen

    Dozens at Lake Eola protest police brutality after death of Missouri teen
    Wearing red bandannas around their arms and carrying signs that said "Stop institutional racism," about 50 people gathered at Lake Eola Park in downtown Orlando to protest police brutality and the death of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson,...