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  • Miriam's Garden provides a lasting legacy to a College Park arts lover

    Miriam's Garden provides a lasting legacy to a College Park arts lover
    Being a lover of the arts offers lots of creative rewards, but being actively involved in supporting the arts and helping to make them thrive in the community is just as rewarding.
  • Orlando Museum of Art dedicates Miriam's Garden

     Orlando Museum of Art dedicates Miriam's Garden
    Orlando Museum of Art will officially open Miriam's Garden, a memorial to volunteer Miriam Staples Kersey, on Wednesday. Friends, museum supporters and government officials planned to dedicate the green space at the entry of the Loch Haven Park museum...

    Jimmy Hewitt believed in Magic when nobody else would

     Jimmy Hewitt believed in Magic when nobody else would
    Happy anniversary, Jimmy. And once again -- speaking on behalf of all the sports fans in Orlando -- thank you for believing in us all those years ago. Every time the Orlando Magic have a significant anniversary, I always give Jimmy a call just to...

    Dr. Phillips football team sweeping up on and off field

     
    Dr. Phillips' football team, off to a 3-0 start and No. 1 in the Sentinel's Super 16 rankings, not only has been cleaning up on the football field, but the Panthers also took three hours last Saturday to clean up Bill Frederick Park at Turkey Lake, 3401...

    Will the fat lady ever sing in downtown Orlando?

    Will the fat lady ever sing in downtown Orlando?
    Teresa Jacobs fought legendary battles against the political establishment as a county commissioner. They pale compared with her first big one as county mayor. Jacobs zeroed in on the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in February, pointing out...