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  • Free in Orlando: First Monday admission to Leu Gardens

     
    Thanks to Mary at Couponers United for reminding readers that tomorrow is the first Monday of the month, and that means free admission at Leu Gardens. What a lovely time of year for a walk in the gardens.    Last admission is at 4 p.m., gardens cl...
  • > Photos: Rubio meets-n-greets at Altamonte cafe

     
    GOP U.S. Senate candidate Marco Rubio got a cheering welcome from supporters as he arrived at Cafe Murano in Cranes Roost Park, in Altamonte Springs, Tuesday. Earlier in the day, he attended a fundraiser at Leu Gardens in Orlando. Rubio was on a two-day,...
  • Holiday home tours begin

    Holiday home tours begin
    The holiday season offers a prime opportunity to take a peek inside some of Central Florida's most interesting public and private homes. Here is a sampling of tours that feature homes all decked out for the season: Images Tour of Homes: Sponsored by...
  • Allergy season could be worst ever

    Allergy season could be worst ever
    For 16 years, Evelyn Sanchez suffered from allergies. She took every over-the counter medication available. "My purse was full of pills — Afrin, Tylenol, Sudafed, everything you could possible think of for allergies," said the 50-year-old...
  • Attractions and Super Prices

    Attractions and Super Prices
    animals Brevard Zoo, sections on Latin America, Native Florida, Africa and Australia, hands-on area, contact yard, railroad ("Wild Encounters," behind-the-scenes tour with animal keeper, 1 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays; $75 nonmembers, $65 members): 9:30 a....
  • Counties brace for huge tab

    Four days after Hurricane Charley slashed through Central Florida, local governments are struggling to get a grip on the price of cleaning up the mess and repairing the damage. That figure is expected to reach in the billions statewide. But officials...