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Church Street Station

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  • Central Florida News 13: Scott Harris has a new role

     
    Today is Scott Harris Day in Orlando, and his colleagues feted him at a Church Street Station restaurant tonight. The veteran newsman, 64, has worked his entire career in Central Florida. He will have a new role at Central Florida News 13, which he helped...
  • Weekend party preview: Mardi Gras, grand openings and a beer fest

     
    Mardi Gras Orlando, grand openings and more....
  • Orlando Fringe 20: The 11th Fringe Festival, 2002

     
    A big year for the Fringe in 2002, as we continue our look back at 20 years of the festival: A new producer, new dates and a shocking start to the season. Before the 11th Orlando Fringe Festival got underway, it was a season of fire and ice. The “...
  • Tours find ghostly host in downtown Orlando

    Tours find ghostly host in downtown Orlando
    In an ornate, late-19th-century building on downtown Orlando's historic Church Street, a trendy Spanish tapas bar and restaurant is abuzz with tourists and locals. Upbeat rhythms from Seville fill the air. But Emilio San Martín says there is a ghostly...
  • Getting to know Orlando -- 1 sketch at a time

    Getting to know Orlando -- 1 sketch at a time
    When Thomas Thorspecken sits down to paint, he's hoping people won't notice. After all, he's usually the least obtrusive person in the room — not the one who's belly dancing, or modeling vintage clothes, or walking on stilts. But Thorspecken can'...
  • Amway delivers Church Street crowds

    Amway delivers Church Street crowds
    On her worst day during the throes of the recession, Patti Schmidt rang up a measly $40 in sales at The Dessert Lady on Church Street. "It was really, really horrible," said Schmidt, who started selling her gourmet cakes downtown in January 2008. "It's...
  • New money-saving home designs

    New money-saving home designs
    It used to be fun to check out all the fancy models. Back in the heyday of housing, prospective buyers could jump in the car and drive to the many new subdivisions throughout the Chicago area to walk through hundreds of models, decorated with all the...
  • Arena last hope for Church St.

    Arena last hope for Church St.
    There have been more false starts for the return of Church Street Station to its former glory in downtown Orlando than missed free throws by Dwight Howard during a typical Magic game. But if anything is ever going to resurrect the complex of...
  • Plaza Cinema Cafe theater brings business to downtown Orlando

    Today the Orlando Film Festival opens at the Plaza Cinema Café with free movies for the next five days. It's just the kind of community event that city leaders envisioned for downtown when the theater was first announced six years ago. Donating space for...
  • Convict in high-profile 'red truck' murder case back in jail

    Convict in high-profile 'red truck' murder case back in jail
    KISSIMMEE — Fifteen years ago, the murder of Larry Neal Oliver Jr., 22, was one of Central Florida's biggest stories. It had a cast of characters who ranged from a stripper to a young woman who played Pluto at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom....
  • Oil approaches Panhandle beaches

     
    By Kevin Spear, Orlando Sentinel PENSACOLA BEACH — An otherwise sunny and gorgeous afternoon on the edge of the Gulf of Mexico turned gloomy Thursday as the nation's worst oil spill waited only for a last push from a strong wind to spoil the sugar-sand....