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  • Seafood symposium draws chefs, marine advocates

    Seafood symposium draws chefs, marine advocates
    It takes a lot to get fish from Florida's ocean waters to the dining table. This week, Orlando-area restaurateurs, policymakers and seafood advocates met at Port Canaveral's Exploration Tower to learn about Florida's fisheries. It was the first time the...
  • Our Congress picks, part 1: Editorial

    With Congress at rock-bottom approval ratings, and many of its members seemingly more interested in partisanship than problem solving, it would be tempting to recommend that voters simply clean house in the House in this year's election. But it's still...
  • 'Tangled' show, Elsa to find home on Disney Magic

    'Tangled' show, Elsa to find home on Disney Magic
    Disney Cruise Line is seeking theatrical performers for a new stage adaptation for "Tangled" that's headed for the Disney Magic in 2015, and is also looking for someone to play Elsa from "Frozen." The official Disney auditions website has put the call...
  • Re-imagined Disney Magic is the 'ultimate playground'

    Re-imagined Disney Magic is the 'ultimate playground'
    Disney Cruise Line’s first ship, the Disney Magic, relaunched Oct. 25, 2013 after undergoing a massive overhaul that included new spaces and characters, most notably Marvel’s Avengers, and re-imagined areas for all ages. “Each of our...
  • Weather: Funnel cloud spotted east of Titusville

    Weather: Funnel cloud spotted east of Titusville
    A funnel cloud was seen Wednesday evening over the Indian River, just east of Titusville, according to the National Weather Service. The funnel cloud was reported just before 7 p.m. More could appear between the DeLand and Port Canaveral this evening,...
  • Program on frogs promises to be ribbiting

    Program on frogs promises to be ribbiting
    Frogs are an integral part of the food web and tadpoles keep waterways clean by feeding on algae. Steve Johnson, associate professor of wildlife ecology and conservation at the University of Florida, will present "Ribbets, Croaks, Tadpoles and Frogs" at...
  • Check it out: The Offspring, Bad Religion concert in Cape Canaveral

    Check it out: The Offspring, Bad Religion concert in Cape Canaveral
    WHAT: The Offspring (with Dexter Holland,pictured) were an inescapable presence on rock radio in the mid-1990s, thanks to the band's multi-platinum 1994 album "Smash." In the where-does-the-time-go category, The Offspring are celebrating the 20th...
  • Congressman seeks review of Port Canaveral-Gulftainer cargo deal

    Congressman seeks review of Port Canaveral-Gulftainer cargo deal
    Port Canaveral’s deal with a Middle East company, Gulftainer, to expand cargo operations may face further review for security issues. U.S. Congressman Duncan Hunter, R-San Diego, called for review of the deal in a July 29 letter to U.S. Treasury...
  • Port Canaveral files notice of 61 layoffs tied to police changes

    Port Canaveral files notice of 61 layoffs tied to police changes
    The Canaveral Port Authority has announced 61 layoffs in its police and public safety operations, starting on Sept. 30 through mid-October. The layoffs are part of a proposed transition of the port police functions to the Brevard County Sheriff’...
  • Orlando area ranks 76th for U.S. goods exports

    Orlando area ranks 76th for U.S. goods exports
    Orlando can’t compete with Miami or Tampa’s seaports when it comes to exports of goods but the metro area still has a considerable volume, according to the latest data from the U.S. Department of Commerce. The data counts exports from airports...
  • Carnival adds longer cruises from Baltimore

    Carnival adds longer cruises from Baltimore
    When the Carnival Pride returns to Baltimore next spring, it will not only have new pollution-control technology and a $500 million makeover. The ship also will have a new itinerary of extended cruises to the Caribbean. Carnival Cruise Lines, which...