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  • First bite at Shake Shack: Burgers, custards and fries, oh my!

    First bite at Shake Shack: Burgers, custards and fries, oh my!
    My first bite at Shake Shack: Burgers, custards and fries, oh my! Shake Shack recently opened its fourth restaurant in Florida at 119 N. Orlando Ave. in Winter Park. The Shack is a sleek interpretation of the roadside burger stand with some nice twists....
  • Best beaches for dogs? Here are several

    Best beaches for dogs? Here are several
    It's summertime, and the living is miserable. If you want relief from oppressive heat and humidity, think of how your fur-coat-clad best friend feels. So where can you take a hot hound to cool off? Algiers Beach in Gulfside City Park on Sanibel Island...
  • Police search for alleged rapist in New Smyrna Beach

    Police search for alleged rapist in New Smyrna Beach
    Police are searching for the man who allegedly raped a woman in the backyard of a home in New Smyrna Beach. New Smyrna Beach officers responded to a 911 call about a sexual battery on South Peninsula Avenue about 12:49 a.m. Sunday. The victim said the...
  • Alex & Sierra debut 'great new song' on 'Today'

    Alex & Sierra debut 'great new song' on 'Today'
    How are Central Florida singers Alex & Sierra doing as a couple in real life? "We've done very well. We have a lot of fun together," Alex Kinsey told Savannah Guthrie on Monday's "Today." "We don't disagree on pretty much anything as far as the music...
  • Alex & Sierra to play UCF

    Alex & Sierra to play UCF
    Alex Kinsey doesn't know when he'll finish his University of Central Florida degree. But he will return to UCF to perform as part of Alex & Sierra at the Aug. 21 Karmin concert. Alex & Sierra, winners of "The X Factor," are a real-life couple who...
  • UCF's Alex & Sierra hope to wow Red, Hot & Boom

    UCF's Alex & Sierra hope to wow Red, Hot & Boom
    Central Florida singers Alex & Sierra are home, and the reality-show champs acknowledge they have something to prove. Since winning "The X Factor" and a million-dollar recording contract in December, they have written more than 40 songs, mostly in...
  • Jack Mitchell's 'Icons & Idols' on view at UCF

     Jack Mitchell's 'Icons & Idols' on view at UCF
    WHAT: The University of Central Florida Art Gallery takes a look at American culture — especially its celebrities — in an exhibition of work by famed photographer Jack Mitchell. Images from 1960-1995 are featured in Mitchell's black-and-...
  • Summer is deadliest time for teen drivers

    Summer is deadliest time for teen drivers
    If anyone knows how dangerous driving can be for teenagers, it's Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Kim Montes. That's why Montes, the agency's spokeswoman for the Central Florida region, has laid down the law for her 16-year-old son: Wear your seat belt. Don'...
  • 'X Factor' winners Alex & Sierra to perform on 'Today'

    'X Factor' winners Alex & Sierra to perform on 'Today'
    Been wondering about Alex & Sierra, the Central Florida duo that captivated viewers and won "The X Factor"? Their single "Scarecrow," which is out now, goes to iTunes on Monday and their album will be out later this year, Sony Music says. The...
  • Blake Bortles signs rookie deal with Jaguars

    Blake Bortles signs rookie deal with Jaguars
    Former UCF star Blake Bortles is now officially an NFL quarterback. Bortles signed his rookie contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars early Wednesday morning. The four-year deal is worth a reported fully-guaranteed $20.6 million, including a $13.3...
  • New place for beach eats: Yellow Dog Eats expanding into East Volusia County

    New place for beach eats: Yellow Dog Eats expanding into East Volusia County
    Yellow Dog Eats, which first opened in Winter Park's Hidden Gardens enclave in 1996 and then moved to Gotha in 1999, will open a second eatery in New Smyrna Beach in the former Malony’s Oyster Bar space on historic Canal Street.