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  • Group to keep feeding homeless despite members' arrests

    Group to keep feeding homeless despite members' arrests
    The anti-poverty group Food Not Bombs Thursday vowed to continue feeding the hungry in Orlando's signature park in spite of the arrest of three of its members Wednesday. "I don't know why they're so threatened by people ladling out food," said Ben...
  • Dining rooms with a view

    Dining rooms with a view
    There are times when the view from a restaurant's dining room can upstage the kitchen's best efforts. It's a bonus that ups the ambience for wonderful eateries and that little something extra that can make an OK destination over-the-top. It is a "myth...
  • Breaking bread and breaking the law — isn't it time both sides talked about feeding the homeless?

    Breaking bread and breaking the law — isn't it time both sides talked about feeding the homeless?
    Orlando continues to make worldwide news. Here's the headline from London's Daily Mail: "Please don't feed the homeless: Good Samaritans ARRESTED and facing jail ... for handing out food." It'll be fun to see how Visit Orlando spins that into an...
  • 2011: The Year of the Cam

    2011: The Year of the Cam
    If you've been following the photography of Team Florida 360 on OrlandoSentinel.com during our 2011 blog debut, you've seen us apply various cool technologies to capture compelling visuals and dynamic storytelling throughout the year. Tinkering from...
  • Dyer getting bad rap on homeless feedings

    Dyer getting bad rap on homeless feedings
    Mayor Buddy Dyer has become an international villain in his battle with Food Not Bombs. These good souls are trying to feed the hungry. And then Buddy, who looks as if he never let a plate of barbecue ribs pass by untouched, has them arrested for the...
  • Nonprofit, church help set up food pantries at Orange County schools

    Nonprofit, church help set up food pantries at Orange County schools
    When students at 13 Orange County elementary schools head back to class next week, they'll find a new, experimental feature on campus — a food pantry to help desperate families. The "Love Pantry" program, funded by a $28,000 grant from First...
  • Analysts weigh in on Darden earnings

    Analysts weigh in on Darden earnings
    Analysts found Orlando-based Darden Restaurants' expected first-quarter earnings surprisingly low, but they still had generally positive views of the company's performance. Darden said last week it expects earnings per share of 78 cents. Several analysts...
  • Poignant moments at the traveling wall

    Poignant moments at the traveling wall
    As two men in their twenties played Frisbee nearby, Vietnam veteran Grant McKenzie knelt down searching for his friend's name. He couldn't find the Marine's name so he asked if I could help. As I browsed over the names that seemed to run together on...
  • Occupy Orlando, police clash over use of downtown park

    Occupy Orlando, police clash over use of downtown park
    Occupy Orlando demonstrator Tina Houser said she can't figure out the Orlando police. "You never know what the cops are going to do," said Houser, 21. For the first few nights of the two-week-old protest at downtown's Sen. Beth Johnson Park, Houser...
  • 100 things about Central Florida I'm thankful for

    100 things about Central Florida I'm thankful for
    Enough already with news of the frustrating. There's a lot to love about this place we call home. So for Thanksgiving week, I wanted to share with you 100 things about Central Florida that I'm thankful for. Finding 100 was easy. In fact, after...
  • Archive: Filed under "H" for "Hippies"

    Archive: Filed under "H" for "Hippies"
    Black-and-white photos from the Sentinel’s archives are stored in category folders, carefully labeled and filed alphabetically in sections for People and Subjects. Many of the photos are decades old and almost none are from the last 10 years since...