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Lake Eola

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  • Una razón para vivir y luchar contra el cáncer

    Una razón para vivir y luchar contra el cáncer
    FORT LAUDERDALE — Jessica June Eiler Muvdi, una hermosa niña de largos cabellos dorados, víctima de una leucemia muy agresiva, dejó este mundo con tan sólo 7 años de edad. Pero su partida no fue en vano. Tras el impacto de perder a Jessica en...
  • Lake Eola, host to millions, may be victim of its own popularity

    Lake Eola, host to millions, may be victim of its own popularity
    If you're interested in booking an event at Lake Eola Park, you're likely to see a figurative "No Vacancy" sign. Orlando's signature park has become a victim of its own success, and weekends are so crowded with charity walks, food tastings, a farmer's...
  • Florida travel calendar for July

    Florida travel calendar for July
    Check out festivals and events in July across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) July 3: Red Hot and Boom, Altamonte...
  • 70 women vie for Miss Florida USA crown

    70 women vie for Miss Florida USA crown
    There's a lot of beauty pageants that clamber for your attention throughout the year, and the latest is the Miss Florida USA pageant, which will crown a new Miss Florida USA this Saturday in Fort Lauderdale. There are 70 contestants from around the...
  • Car enthusiasts celebrate National Drive Electric Day

    Car enthusiasts celebrate National Drive Electric Day
    The parking lot next to Lake Concord Park in Casselberry was both busy and nearly silent Saturday morning during the National Drive Electric Day car show. It was busy because electric- and hybrid-car enthusiasts came out despite steady rain, but...
  • Barktoberfest adoption event returns to Lake Eola

    Barktoberfest adoption event returns to Lake Eola
    The fourth annual Barktoberfest, an Orange County Animal Services adoption event, will return Saturday to Lake Eola in downtown Orlando. More than 20 area pet rescue groups will attend the event, which will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the...
  • What a difference these teachers made: Letters

    Citizen of the world I graduated from West Orange High School in 1989. In my three years there, I learned from many wonderful teachers, but Dr. Irene Earls was the one who had the greatest impact on my development as a citizen of the world. Dr....
  • Pair of 5K races benefits LGBT youths, fights HIV

    Pair of 5K races benefits LGBT youths, fights HIV
    The Zebra Run 5K at Lake Eola at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 11, benefits Orlando's Zebra Coalition Youth Center for LGBT young people. The race is part of Come Out With Pride Weekend and will feature "eccentric and zany entertainment." Entry fee is $25 till...
  • Greenspoon Marder expands Orlando office space

    Greenspoon Marder expands Orlando office space
    Law firm Greenspoon Marder has expanded its office space in Orlando and extended its existing lease. The Fort Lauderdale-based firm has about 20 attorneys in Orlando, where it has a focus on the timeshare industry, including Westgate Resorts. Its...
  • Fortune article gushes on Lake Nona, skips downtown

    Fortune article gushes on Lake Nona, skips downtown
    Fortune has published a new article on Lake Nona, outlining the massive mixed-use development near Orlando International Airport and progress it has made over the past 10 years. The article provides a good summary of the development and the people...
  • Orlando ranks 42nd on 2014 list of fit cities

    Orlando ranks 42nd on 2014 list of fit cities
    It seems like every time I drive through my neighborhood or past Lake Eola, I see a number of people out running, biking, jogging, pushing their child in a stroller, skateboarding, walking the dog -- doing anything.  Despite all of the activity and...