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  • Orlando Sentinel blogger will be covering Central Florida business news, people

    Orlando Sentinel blogger will be covering Central Florida business news, people
    Allow me to introduce myself: My name is Paul Brinkmann, and I am your new business blogger here at the Orlando Sentinel. I'll be blogging about everything business in Central Florida, from the people who make the deals to new ventures to local business...
  • Dance walkers make a spectacle on purpose at Lake Eola Park

    Dance walkers make a spectacle on purpose at Lake Eola Park
    First, let's explain the concept of "Dance Walking." Based on a YouTube video gone viral, it's making a complete fool of yourself by dancing down a public street to music like Pharrell Williams' "Happy" and asking strangers to join in. In the video, a...
  • 7 steps to improve downtown Orlando

    7 steps to improve downtown Orlando
    What makes a downtown cool? Last week, Orlando city leaders announced plans to launch a yearlong initiative to make downtown Orlando a cool place to live, work and play. Certain cities across the country - Austin, Portland and Seattle - seem to have...
  • Get exercise at Lake Eola while fighting ALS, HIV

    Get exercise at Lake Eola while fighting ALS, HIV
    You can help find a cure for two illnesses while stretching your legs at Lake Eola two times this month. Walk to Defeat ALS: The 1.3-mile walk to benefit amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's disease, starts at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 15, at...
  • Pop sensation: Cool off with artisanal frozen treats

    Pop sensation: Cool off with artisanal frozen treats
    When the heat soars to a sizzle, more and more Central Floridians are reaching for artisanal frozen pops to cool off. From store fronts to market shelves to food-truck rallies, a new generation of pop makers is creating treats far beyond anything the...
  • Trader Joe's gives a peek of Winter Park store, artwork

    Trader Joe's gives a peek of Winter Park store, artwork
    The Trader Joe's stuff is almost too much this week, but there's no denying that people are interested. Stories on our website about the first store in the Orlando market are well read and get lots of social media shares. I toured the store, 131 North...
  • Florida's Fourth: Plenty of options to declare your independence

    Florida's Fourth: Plenty of options to declare your independence
    With July 4 landing very conveniently on a Friday this year, it is easy to declare your independence and put together a three-day getaway to celebrate our nation’s freedom –and our own. If the idea of a mini-vacation in Florida to take in...
  • Fourth of July: TV's fireworks

    Fourth of July: TV's fireworks
    Happy 238th birthday, America! Television will celebrate the Fourth of July on Friday with big names and big specials. "Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular" will offer what NBC bills as "the nation's largest display of patriotic firepower." In...
  • Fitness-minded love to exercise at local lakes

    Fitness-minded love to exercise at local lakes
    I often run or walk at Orlando’s Lake Eola, a magnet for folks of all fitness levels, but I sometimes exercise at other local lakes popular for fitness. Orlando has several: Lake Ivanhoe, with a trail, volleyball court and exercise stations; Lake...
  • Old Florida Bank to absorb New Traditions branches

    Old Florida Bank to absorb New Traditions branches
    Old Florida National Bank said Wednesday it plans to complete its consolidation of New Traditions National Bank under a new name – Old Florida Bank – by year's end. Old Florida National acquired New Traditions last fall in a $45 million...
  • Former congressman Bacchus on trade, Orlando, climate change

    Former congressman Bacchus on trade, Orlando, climate change
    There aren’t many law firms in Florida that have someone like Jim Bacchus in their office. A former Congressman and international trade expert, Bacchus opened the Orlando office for Miami-based Greenberg Traurig in 1995. That was the same year...