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  • Alex Martins talks state of Orlando Magic

    Alex Martins talks state of Orlando Magic
    The topics range from Veterans Day to the Orlando Magic to election wrap-ups. Here's what you'll hear on local public-affairs programs this weekend: Greg Warmoth interviews Orlando Magic CEO Alex Martins on "Central Florida Spotlight" at 12:30 p.m....
  • Magic hope to turn their heart-stopping win into lasting momentum

    Magic hope to turn their heart-stopping win into lasting momentum
    PHILADELPHIA — Teammates encircled Tobias Harris after he swished a pulse-pounding, buzzer-beating jump shot Wednesday night to propel the Orlando Magic to their first win of the season. Players jumped in place. They smiled from ear to ear. They...
  • Live: Orlando Magic media day

    Orlando Sentinel's live coverage of Orlando Magic media day at the Amway Center on Monday. Player interviews and behind the scenes of our coverage.
  • Why David Glass thinks he can draw 50,000 for OrlandoiX 2015

    Why David Glass thinks he can draw 50,000 for OrlandoiX 2015
    OrlandoiX, a tech and entertainment event being planned for October 2015, is aiming to bring in 50,000 people to downtown Orlando with concerts, a video game exposition and speakers. More details of the future event were outlined recently by the founder...
  • You voted: Here are the Best Bets for 2014

    You voted: Here are the Best Bets for 2014
    Congratulations to the winners of the annual Best Bets awards. Every year, Orlando Sentinel publishes Central Florida's favorite picks of local dining, shopping, services and entertainment -- all chosen by you, our readers. We're proud to announce...
  • Magic need to set tone, embrace competition in month ahead

    Magic need to set tone, embrace competition in month ahead
    The Orlando Magic's offseason will end Monday, when players and coaches convene at Amway Center for their annual media day. On Tuesday, the Magic will hold their first official practice of the 2014-15 season. The regular-season opener looms on Oct. 28....
  • Downtown Orlando's hidden gem, The Orchid Garden, shines again

    Downtown Orlando's hidden gem, The Orchid Garden, shines again
    The Orchid Garden, a hidden gem in downtown Orlando, has undergone a $2 million renovation by Tremont Realty Capital and is back in business. The hall and meeting facility was created in the image of a New Orleans courtyard when Bob Snow built it in the...
  • Cash payments to firefighters spark inquiry, policy change

    Cash payments to firefighters spark inquiry, policy change
    Picture this: an Orlando Fire Department commander walking around a music festival with a backpack stuffed with nearly $45,000, doling out cash-filled envelopes to city firefighters. It's not a back-alley bribery scandal. But until recently, it was...
  • Goalie saves 36 shots as Solar Bears go to 2-0

    Goalie saves 36 shots as Solar Bears go to 2-0
    The weekend could not have gone much better for the Orlando Solar Bears. Garret Sparks made 36 saves, and the Solar Bears got two goals from Stefan Della Rovere in a 3-0 ECHL victory against the Greenville Road Warriors on Sunday before an announced...
  • 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...
  • 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...