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  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Hampton native Newsome earns ODAC football Coach of Year honors with Emory and Henry

    COLLEGES: Football: In his first year with Emory and Henry, Hampton native Curt Newsome was named the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Coach of Year. His team finished 8-2, including 5-2 in the conference, to tie for first after being picked eighth...
  • Tips: How to Make the Holiday Season Easy on the Environment

    As fall turns into winter, askHRgreen.org turns its thoughts to hearth, home and how to make the approaching holiday season easy on the environment. Here are some helpful reminders to sustain you from Thanksgiving through the New Year and beyond. Make a...
  • Orlando Fringe Festival deadline comes up on Friday

    Orlando Fringe Festival deadline comes up on Friday
    All artists, dancers, musicians, magicians and actors, take note: the clock is ticking – fast.  Friday at 5 p.m. is the deadline to submit an application to produce a show at the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, which will take place...
  • One Heart group works with students on feeding the needy

    One Heart group works with students on feeding the needy
    It was an amazing moment, Stephanie Bowman noted, and one to marvel at. It was the site of students inside the cafeteria at Edgewater High School, enjoying a simple task: making sandwiches. Even more remarkable, Bowman said, was the end result,...
  • CPN Arts & Theatre hosting its second Art & Wine Stroll

    CPN Arts & Theatre hosting its second Art & Wine Stroll
    Next week, there will be wine cards available on Edgewater Drive. They’re not only the ticket to glasses of wine and some shopping, but a taste of fine art. Saturday, Nov. 15 is the date of the 2nd annual “I (heart) College Art & Wine...
  • Home and garden briefs for Nov. 27: Williamsburg designer claims a top spot in kitchen design challenge

    Home and garden briefs for Nov. 27: Williamsburg designer claims a top spot in kitchen design challenge
    Kathryn Salyer, of Kathryn Salyer Design Inc. in Williamsburg, has won the Thermador Kitchen Design Challenge for a luxury kitchen she created for a local couple. "The award was given on Sept. 29 at a gala event at the BSH Experience & Design Center in...
  • Ivanhoe Village celebrates Jingle Eve on Saturday

    Ivanhoe Village celebrates Jingle Eve on Saturday
    On Saturday, there will be some holiday cheer mixed with an assortment of other activities, ranging from music to Santa to a wine stroll and beer garden. Welcome to the Ivanhoe Village Jingle Eve. From 6-11 p.m. on Saturday, the Ivanhoe Village...
  • 'Eat,' Greenspan,' 'Chug' take small bites out of food genre

    'Eat,' Greenspan,' 'Chug' take small bites out of food genre
    There is no getting around food, the fun necessity, the allowable indulgence, the forgivable sin, and more than ever a national pastime. What is travel but going really far out to eat? Naturally, it is all over television, the programs, like the food,...
  • Events: History of hot sauce, banh mi, sustainable seafood and a French chef

    Events: History of hot sauce, banh mi, sustainable seafood and a French chef
    Longtime Los Angeles Times food writer and historian Charles Perry will deliver a lecture to the Culinary Historians of Southern California on the history of hot sauce on Oct. 11. His story winds back through tomato ketchup and Worcestershire sauce to the...
  • Little Flower's Christine Moore opens Lincoln in Pasadena

    Little Flower's Christine Moore opens Lincoln in Pasadena
    After well over a year of hard work turning a 1920s-era abandoned brick building in northern Pasadena into an airy, utterly gorgeous functioning restaurant, Christine Moore and her business partner Pam Perkins opened Lincoln just after dawn Monday....
  • Shiny development planned for gritty arts district

    Sculptors, artisan welders, painters, screen printers, furniture makers and other craftsmen have taken root in a cluster of warehouses north of downtown Orlando, helping to bring a cool vibe to Ivanhoe Village and the Lake Formosa area that other urban...