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  • A moment of Zen on Lake Woodruff

    A moment of Zen on Lake Woodruff
    Photographer Joshua C. Cruey joined Orlando Sentinel Outdoor reporter Mark Blythe and Captain Tom Hodges out of the Lake Highland Fish Camp for a day of fishing on Lake Woodruff. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the area, the Lake Woodruff...
  • Water-gulping grass is ruining Florida

    Water-gulping grass is ruining Florida
    Environmentalists blasted me for downplaying the threat of BP oil in the Gulf. They need to go out into their front yards and confront the real threat facing Florida. Big Grass is worse than Big Oil. Grass is destroying Florida, particularly St....
  • Tracking tigers

    Tracking tigers
    Under a searing afternoon sun, red dust covering my clothes and clinging to the sweat clotting at the back of my neck, I head deep into hunting grounds for maharajahs of old and royals of the modern day. I'm on my very first safari, on my first trip to...
  • In The Arts

      SaltFineArt is partnering with Growers First, a nonprofit dedicated to providing resources to growers and farmers in developing countries, during its Amazing Steals Live Auction on June 4. Latin contemporary artists will be on display, such as...
  • Volunteers spruce up library garden

    Volunteers spruce up library garden
    About a dozen local volunteers turned out Saturday with gardening tools in hand when Form LA landscaping company, in conjunction with La Caņada Valley Beautiful, hosted a garden maintenance day at the La Caņada Library’s demonstration garden. The...
  • Report: Man exchanged photos of illegally killed game with FWC

    Florida Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers' used Facebook posts to help arrest a Davenport man accused of poaching wildlife at Lake Marion Creek Wildlife Management Area near Haines City, reports The Ledger in Lakeland....
  • A summer's worth of quests in just one week

    A summer's worth of quests in just one week
    Maybe I'll get it right this time. Maybe it won't hurt as much as last year — it couldn't, could it? Docile bugs, less bloodshed, lower temperatures and a more well-rounded diet, that's what I'm hoping for as I once again take on the Maryland...
  • Review: New Shamu show at SeaWorld San Diego debuts without trainers in the water

    Review: New Shamu show at SeaWorld San Diego debuts without trainers in the water
    For the first time in more than four decades, a new Shamu show premiered Saturday at SeaWorld San Diego without animal trainers performing stunts in the water with the marine park's iconic killer whales. Photos: "One Ocean" killer whale show at Sea World...
  • A breeze buffers the blazing heat

    Judy and Ernie Jenkins leaned back in their folding chairs in a shady spot by the harbor's edge at Fort McHenry on Monday, catching the breezes that kept an otherwise blazing Memorial Day comfortable. They had plenty to drink and lots of ice, and couldn't...
  • Making the Vancouver circuit

    Making the Vancouver circuit
    Ah, the quintessential time-honored family road trip. Maui's Road to Hana? Sure, a nice family drive. The breathtaking Mount Blanc circuit of France, Italy and Switzerland? Without doubt, a family bucket list candidate. But for my tastes nothing can hold...
  • Temple members plant trees in memory of couple

    Temple members plant trees in memory of couple
    Members of Temple Isaiah of Newport Beach gathered Saturday at the Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve to plant native elderberry trees to beautify and help restore the bay's natural habitat. A park bench with a commemorative plaque will be installed...