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  • Cricketers closed, The Whiskey on the way

    Cricketers closed, The Whiskey on the way
    A long-lived Orlando bar served its final pints last weekend when Cricketers Pub & Eatery closed its doors after a farewell party on Sunday, Jan. 18. The closing of the bar will make way for a new concept: The Whiskey, which is slated to open under new...
  • Police search for suspected car burglar in shooting outside Orlando restaurant

    Police search for suspected car burglar in shooting outside Orlando restaurant
    Orlando Police are searching for the armed man who shot at another man after an attempted car burglary near the Joe's Crab Shack on South Semoran Boulevard, officials said. The shooting happened around 8:45 p.m. Sunday in the rear parking lot of Joe's...
  • The Meatball Shoppe opens in Orlando

    The Meatball Shoppe opens in Orlando
    The Meatball Shoppe is open at 7325 Lake Underhill Road in Orlando. The new eatery was created by Jeff and Isabella Morgia, longtime owners of Isabella’s Bella Cucina catering. Isabella is a first-generation American, born of Italian heritage in...
  • 01/26: New businesses

    01/26: New businesses
    Occupational licenses issued recently by county and municipal governments in Central Florida; data collected by Market Force Corp. of Newtown Square, Pa. Lake Twin Line Enterprises LLC,10123 U.S. Highway 441, Leesburg, 34788. Advanced...
  • I-Drive museum envisions bare-bones wedding day

    I-Drive museum envisions bare-bones wedding day
    Weddings can get expensive. But, if you don't mind saying "I do" while surrounded by the skeletal remains of 400 animals and humans, a new I-Drive attraction might be a good way for one lucky couple to save some money. Officials at Skeletons:...
  • Barnie's is thinking outside the pod

    Barnie's is thinking outside the pod
    Barnie's CoffeeKitchen thinks it has a solution to the constraints of single-serving machines. The Orlando-based café and manufacturer is launching its next iteration of the cups used in the single-serve home machines, but a new design that allows for...
  • Police: Man shot by apartments' security guard after argument about driving

    Police: Man shot by apartments' security guard after argument about driving
    A man was shot by a security guard at Maxwell Terrace Apartments after an argument early Saturday, police said. The man and security guard got into a confrontation about reckless driving near the apartments, at Colonial Drive and John Young Parkway,...
  • Restaurant vet Robert Earl finds second career in TV

    Restaurant vet Robert Earl finds second career in TV
    Shooting a scene at Orlando's East End Market for his Cooking Channel show, Robert Earl scouted "farm-to-table" restaurants, gushed over young chefs and talked about how he can use the latest trends for both his show and business ventures. "I'm seeing...
  • Five things for Tuesday, Dec. 30

    Five things for Tuesday, Dec. 30
    Here are your stories for Tuesday in Central Florida; college students taking 6 years to finish; craft-beer brewing; new car-seat law; Citrus Parade today in downtown; and more. 1. Most students are taking six-years to graduate college according to a...
  • What to do with Christmas leftovers

     What to do with Christmas leftovers
    Congratulations, you made it to Christmas Day. Enjoy your time with loved ones and all the festivities you have planned, but don't lose that holiday momentum. The season of celebration is still in full throttle. Kwanzaa feasts, New Year's Eve parties,...
  • Orlando's aging malls aim for retail comeback

    Orlando's aging malls aim for retail comeback
    A hotel, restaurant, skate park and glass-blowing studio all are part of a second life for Central Florida's retail destinations as malls remake themselves to attract shoppers. The next 12 months will see the continued reinvention of Artegon Marketplace...