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  • Fond Farewell to Jeter, Big Sugar, and God: Letters

    Fond Farewell to Jeter This month, the career of Derek Jeter will come to an end after 20 stellar years with the New York Yankees. All athletes — professional, collegiate and amateur — can learn so much from the way Jeter conducted himself...
  • Downtown UCF campus could transform Orlando : Editorial

    Downtown UCF campus could transform Orlando : Editorial
    The Medical City. The Institute for Simulation and Training. The Florida High Tech Corridor Council. The Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers. The Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center. Each of these efforts to add high-wage...
  • Homeless in Orlando: A radical new approach to an old problem

    Homeless in Orlando: A radical new approach to an old problem
    Seven years ago, Central Florida leaders vowed to end homelessness. They did not. In fact, things got worse. While leaders in other cities took meaningful action and saw homeless numbers shrink, our leaders squabbled, wrung their hands and tried to...
  • Sharknado should chomp on these Orlando sports venues

    Sharknado should chomp on these Orlando sports venues
    It doesn't get any bigger than this, Orlando. The sharks are coming! No, not the San Jose Sharks, hockey puck breath. Sharknado! Even as we speak, I can envision Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer getting his head bit off on national TV. (Or maybe a...
  • Sube el telón del Centro de Artes Escénicas Dr. Phillips de Orlando | FOTOS

    Sube el telón del Centro de Artes Escénicas Dr. Phillips de Orlando | FOTOS
    Después de décadas de promesas, esperanzas, desilusiones y maniobras políticas, el Centro de Artes Escénicas Dr. Phillips (DPPAC, siglas en inglés) finalmente será inaugurado este jueves en el corazón de Orlando. Pero funcionarios y empresarios...
  • Uber, Lyft may have to raise prices to operate in Orlando

    Uber, Lyft may have to raise prices to operate in Orlando
    Uber, Lyft and other high-tech "ride-sharing" companies are closer to gaining the legal right to operate in Orlando — but only if they agree to be more expensive than the traditional taxi companies they're competing against. Uber and Lyft have...
  • Orlando International Airport visionary dies

    Orlando International Airport visionary dies
    Long before Orlando International Airport was lauded as one of the sleekest, most traveler-friendly places in the airline world, it existed almost solely in the mind of John Wyckoff. Along with architect Justus Hellmuth, Wyckoff traveled all over the...
  • See live stream of arts center opening today

    See live stream of arts center opening today
    Today  at 10 a.m. the Orlando Sentinel will live-stream the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. The official opening of the estimated $514 million center will include a ceremonial ribbon cutting honoring...
  • City approves Princeton at College Park apartments, but court battle possible

    Orlando approved the Princeton at College Park apartment project on Monday over the objections of residents, but the controversial project is likely headed to court. The Orlando City Council granted a zoning change and growth management plan amendment...
  • Downtown Orlando streets could be reworked to slow traffic, encourage walking and biking

    Downtown Orlando streets could be reworked to slow traffic, encourage walking and biking
    In a notion that has been talked about for years, downtown Orlando's roads could be reworked to slow cars and trucks as a way to encourage more people to walk or ride their bikes. Among the possibilities: returning two-way traffic to streets such as...
  • City to vote on financing for new police, fire stations

    City to vote on financing for new police, fire stations
    Orlando city commissioners plan to approve nearly $50 million in bond financing Monday to build new police and fire stations, both of which have to move to make way for city-sponsored sports and entertainment projects in Parramore. The new Police...