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  • REVIEW: Tony Orlando's Great American Christmas brings better part of concert, holiday pageant to Sands Center

    REVIEW: Tony Orlando's Great American Christmas brings better part of concert, holiday pageant to Sands Center
    Ever since Tony Orlando’s 1973 hit “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree,” with its surprise happy ending, it’s not hard to accept that the singer believes in miracles. And if you accept what he says, Tony Orlando’s...
  • Make the most of your time indoors with exercise and healthy food

    A winter chill is in the air. If you're not a fan of snow or ice sports, that means it's time to move family activities inside where it's warm. Take advantage of increased time together to keep your family's mind and body fit and active over the winter...
  • Families make Turkey Trot a part of their holiday

    Families make Turkey Trot a part of their holiday
    More than 2,000 people participated in Burbank Community YMCA’s fifth annual Turkey Trot on Thursday morning and, for some Burbank residents, it’s become a part of family Thanksgiving celebrations. “I like that we’re shifting...
  • Carroll G. “Luke” Luther: Winter Park football star served in WWII

    Carroll G. “Luke” Luther: Winter Park football star served in WWII
    Carroll G. "Luke" Luther was a star athlete for Winter Park High School, World War II veteran and longtime airline employee in Orlando. He died of congestive heart failure at age 92 on Sunday. Luther was born in Grand Rapids, Mich., on Sept. 27, 1922,...
  • New owner says Keyser building will open as hotel next year

    New owner says Keyser building will open as hotel next year
    Downtown Baltimore's historic Keyser office building is expected to reopen next summer as a new hotel, five years after the developer that started the conversion entered bankruptcy. Red Lion Hotels Corp., a company based in Spokane, Wash., with more than...
  • YMCA to honor MLK Jan. 16 and 19

    YMCA to honor MLK Jan. 16 and 19
    The YMCA of Broward County will come together to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with the 11th annual “Martin Luther King Jr. Inspirational Breakfast” Jan. 16 and the “YMCA MLK Day of Service” Jan. 19. ...
  • Home and garden briefs for Dec. 4: Christmas is the time for decorated home tours

    The historic plantations along the James River aren't the only homes decorated and open for holiday touring. Here's a list of some Christmas home tours that are within an easy drive from the Peninsula. Reservations are required for some of the tours,...
  • New Bethany Ministries Luminaria Night benefits homeless

    New Bethany Ministries Luminaria Night benefits homeless
    People like Andre Williams are not supposed to be homeless. Area sports fans probably remember Williams. He covered professional, college and local sports at The Morning Call for 16 years. Big, handsome, outgoing guy who played a lot of pickup...
  • YMCA prepares for annual Turkey Trot

    YMCA prepares for annual Turkey Trot
    Contrary to popular belief, turkeys — wild ones, at least — can fly. On Thanksgiving Day in Burbank, however, they'll trot. Burbank Community YMCA will host its fifth annual Turkey Trot on Nov. 27 to raise money for the organization's...
  • YMCA honors active family with award

    The YMCA of the Foothills presented its 2014 YMCA Pacesetter Award to the Gorvetzian family at a special donor recognition event Thursday, Dec. 4 at Oakmont Country Club. Hosted by YMCA Board of Director Chair Kristin McQueen, the event featured...
  • Bethlehem's Christmas City Classic is one holly, jolly Christmas race

    This won't be your typical 5K. The weather won't be warm. There won't be any colored cornstarch thrown or thick layers of mud to traverse. But you are likely to see Santa and a few human gift boxes while you're running. Runners attired in wacky...