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  • Kenneth Murrah: Legacy set in his passion for Philharmonic

    Kenneth Murrah: Legacy set in his passion for Philharmonic
    Late November evening light filtered through the oak trees of Central Park. Families reclined on the Winter Park lawn to listen to the the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra "Holiday Pops" Concert. The performance — which included a narration of "A...
  • Eventos en Florida Central

    Eventos en Florida Central
    Navidad > VIOLECTRIC HOLIDAY SHOW El quinteto Violectric de cuerdas con teclados y tambores tocará canciones navideñas tradicionales como Jingle Bells, O Christmas Tree y Hanukkah, O Hanukkah mezclándolas con clásicas del rock como Kashmir, Born To...
  • Gang studio selected for NYC museum design expansion

    Gang studio selected for NYC museum design expansion
    Chicago architect Jeanne Gang and her firm, Studio Gang Architects, have been selected to design a major expansion of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. The six-story, $325 million addition, which has yet to be designed and which...
  • Using allegations of rape in a grab for power

    Using allegations of rape in a grab for power
    Nine males were accused of being part of a heinous rape. The alleged injustice fomented a mob mentality. An enraged community wanted to skip any talk of a serious investigation, never mind a trial, and go straight to the punishment. I'm not talking...
  • WFSB's Nalepa Headed Down Aisle

    WFSB's Nalepa Headed Down Aisle
    It has been one carefree ride the past couple of days for WFSB traffic reporter Nicole Nalepa. She's engaged! Nalepa  announced her pending nuptials on the Eyewitness News This Morning  Monday. Boyfriend and now fiance Andrew Balise popped the...
  • Ice skating: Cool way to burn off holiday calories

    Ice skating: Cool way to burn off holiday calories
    Why not hit the ice at temporary or permanent rinks this holiday season? Winter Park, Celebration and the University of Central Florida offer ice skating till the beginning of January, while RDV Sportsplex in Maitland and The Ice Factory in Kissimmee...
  • NY City council votes to ban sale of bunnies by pet shops

    NY City council votes to ban sale of bunnies by pet shops
    What do bunny rabbits have in common with hyenas, wolverines and polar bears? The adorable little creatures are about to join a menagerie of wildlife prohibited for sale by New York City pet shops. The New York City Council voted on Wednesday to outlaw...
  • Playa Vista office complex gets makeover, draws creative tenants

    Playa Vista office complex gets makeover, draws creative tenants
    A large office complex in Playa Vista that has been vacant since it was completed during the last real estate downturn is finally roaring to life with a dramatic $8-million makeover intended to enhance its appeal to firms in creative industries. The...
  • Steve Ross's two football loves both want Harbaugh

    Steve Ross's cell phone rings to Michigan's fight song "Hail to the Victors." And he has awoken in the middle of the night after a Dolphins loss and needed an Ambien to go back to sleep. He once ranked his top things in life as his family and the...
  • High incarceration may be more harmful than high crime

    High incarceration may be more harmful than high crime
    Recent events show that black lives in Ferguson, Staten Island and beyond are insecure, burdened by the police surveillance and criminal justice involvement that are most heavily concentrated in neighborhoods of color. Take Baltimore, for instance,...
  • Protesters block traffic after officer cleared in chokehold death; U.S. Justice sets probe

    Protesters block traffic after officer cleared in chokehold death; U.S. Justice sets probe
    Thousands of demonstrators disrupted New York City traffic into early Thursday after a grand jury decided not to bring charges against a white police officer in the chokehold death of an unarmed black man. Mostly peaceful protests sprung up on...