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  • Materials are growing focus of green building, expert says at HKS event

    Materials are growing focus of green building, expert says at HKS event
    The Orlando office of HKS architects is focusing on green building practices this week with the firm’s annual global GreenWeek event. The local office hosted a talk by Mikhail Davis, an expert on green building materials, on Tuesday for its...
  • Orlando Sentinel Culinary Hall of Fame: The complete list of members since 2008

    Orlando Sentinel Culinary Hall of Fame: The complete list of members since 2008
    Meet the members of the Orlando Sentinel Culinary Hall of Fame. Our definition of a culinary professional is broad because the food and beverage industry requires a variety of skills and interests. In addition to chefs, the achievements are reflected in...
  • 'Ask This Old House': Orlando questions attract show

    'Ask This Old House': Orlando questions attract show
    Benjamin Kennington of Orlando has written to PBS' "Ask This Old House" for years with home-improvement questions. He talked to people at the show, and their responses impressed him. That interaction paid off handsomely Thursday when the show installed...
  • SAT getting major overhaul starting spring 2016

    SAT getting major overhaul starting spring 2016
    The College Board announced today that it is overhauling the SAT, starting in spring 2016. Here are some of the changes, according to the CollegeBoard.org site: * The SAT will be offered in print and in some places on computer. * The three...
  • Study: Nightmares could be a sign of poor health

    Study: Nightmares could be a sign of poor health
    A recent study shows that frequent nightmares can provide insight into a person's health, and recurring nightmares can be a sign of health conditions, including heart problems and severe infections.  According to the study by sleep researchers at...
  • USF researchers analyzing remains found at defunct Florida reform school

    USF researchers analyzing remains found at defunct Florida reform school
    University of South Florida forensic anthropologists are learning more about the identities of remains found months ago from a hidden cemetery at the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys, the state's longest running reform school. According to the Tampa Bay...
  • Student suspended for asking Miss America to prom

    Instead of a fantasy date, a high-school senior got suspended for three and a half days for asking Miss America Nina Davuluri to prom when she hosted a question-and-answer session at his Pennsylvania school, reports time.com.  Patrick Farves, a senior...
  • Scientists say 'death test' can tell if healthy person will die within 5 years

    Scientists say 'death test' can tell if healthy person will die within 5 years
    Scientists have developed a so-called "death test" they say can determine if a healthy person is going to die from a medical condition within the next five years, The Telegraph is reporting. The blood test measures the levels of four biomarkers and from...
  • New Sanford recreation trail to offer scenic view of Lake Monroe

    New Sanford recreation trail to offer scenic view of Lake Monroe
    It's one of the most ambitious and complicated construction projects the city of Sanford has undertaken. And when it's finished, a new recreational trail over the choppy waters of Lake Monroe promises to become a popular draw for lovers of the outdoors....
  • 'Blood moon' creates lunar eclipse viewing frenzy at Griffith Park

    'Blood moon' creates lunar eclipse viewing frenzy at Griffith Park
    Those who slept through the rare "blood moon" Monday night missed more than just the rare red hue, as a packed Griffith Observatory erupted into whistles, cheers and howls during the much-anticipated lunar eclipse. The crowds descended upon the...
  • SunRail, minimum wage, and NASA: Letters

    SunRail and disabilities  The 1973 Rehabilitation Act banned discrimination on the basis of disability. It defined people with disabilities as a legitimate minority group deserving basic civil-rights protection. The Americans with Disabilities Act,...