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  • 2010 Orlando Fringe reviews: D

    Here are reviews of offerings at the Orlando International Fringe Festival from Sentinel theater critic Matthew J. Palm, staff writers Tod Caviness, Dewayne Bevil, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Jim Abbott, Martha Phifer, Alsy Acevedo and Fringe correspondent Mary...
  • Lakers move the wrong move going with Ron Artest

    Less than three weeks after the parade, the NBA champion Lakers have already met the biggest threat to their throne. Themselves. What are they thinking? What are they doing? They just won a title that would not have been possible without the strong...
  • Failure to fund Tri-Rail hurts road and transit projects

    Florida has hurt its chances of luring additional federal dollars to help unclog roads and expand train service because the state has failed to put up enough money to keep Tri-Rail running, members of Congress warned this week. Florida's shortfall not...
  • Quakertown High School Graduates, 2009

    Quakertown High School honored its graduating seniors on Monday, June 15. Quakertown High School Class of 2009: President Michael Richards Vice President Emily Bancroft Secretary Amanda Kinnon Treasurer Ashleigh Fothergill Officer At Large Chelsea...
  • Stimulus dollars headed to Treasure Coast this week

    The first dollars from the $787 billion federal economic stimulus package arrive on the Treasure Coast this week. But the bigger ticket items -- the ones designed to create jobs -- are months away at the earliest. This week unemployment benefits in...
  • ARCHIVE: Atkins ruling drew widespread attention

    York-Poquoson Circuit Judge Prentis Smiley was on the bench, but that was the only thing normal about the scene in his York County courtroom Thursday. On the docket was a motions hearing in the case of convicted murderer Daryl Atkins, whose case had...
  • No app can replace city's need for vibrant libraries

    No app can replace city's need for vibrant libraries
    Interesting, these times we live in -- the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore reports a 20 percent increase in visitors through its doors, while Steve Jobs and Apple prepare to roll out the iPad, the computer tablet that allows you to download a book...
  • Organ donation saves lives

    It's early on a Monday morning on the Hollywood sets of CBS' new medical drama "Three Rivers," which premieres Sunday, Oct. 4, and star Alex O'Loughlin, wearing only scrub pants and a striped bathrobe, is sprawled across a hotel bed. Suddenly there's a...
  • 10/5: Patents

    Utility Patents A utility patent protects how something works and what it does. Central Florida inventors who have recently received utility patents include: Paul E. Sidwell, Sanford. A balloon assembly. Assigned to Maximum Visibility Solutions LLC.,...
  • Times Profile: Nancy Pelosi

    The day Nancy Plosi made history, the day Democrats made her their leader in the House of Representatives, she stepped from the Cannon Caucus Room flashing a high-beam smile that nearly outshone the television floodlights. Congressional leadership...
  • Like apples to emeralds

    Like apples to emeralds
    January is different in Southern California. While much of the country is frozen over, it's growing season here. Unscorched by the wan light of winter, fresh growth dusts the chaparral and woodlands. It's as if someone has been at the countryside with a...