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  • Retired talent agent, 100, recounts early days of filming in S. Florida

    Retired talent agent, 100, recounts early days of filming in S. Florida
    It's been six decades since Marian Polan opened what's believed to be the Sunshine State's first talent agency, launching hundreds of entertainment careers. The landscape has changed, the casting competition now fierce, but at 100 years old, the feisty...
  • Olympia tennis player to compete for overall state tennis title Wednesday

    Olympia tennis player to compete for overall state tennis title Wednesday
    Olympia's Kaden Funk will play David Engel of Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer for the Class 4A overall state singles tennis championship at 8 a.m. Wednesday at Sanlando Park in Altamonte Springs. Funk will be the only area player seeking an overall...
  • 3 ways a Titusville Logistics Center could serve Central Florida

    3 ways a Titusville Logistics Center could serve Central Florida
    Real estate firm Flagler is pushing ahead with plans to build a new cargo handling facility, Titusville Logistics Center, near the Space Coast Regional Airport. Robert Richter, VP of business development with Coral Gables-based Flagler, said there are...
  • Olympia boy rallies to claim 4A state singles tennis championship in 3 sets

    Olympia boy rallies to claim 4A state singles tennis championship in 3 sets
    ALTAMONTE SPRINGS — Olympia's Kaden Funk dropped the first set but came back to win the Class 4A overall singles state tennis title Wednesday. Funk (17-0) defeated David Engel of Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer 1-6, 6-2, 6-1 at Sanlando Park. "It's...
  • Authors from Orlando's ambitious Burrow Press visit Miami

    Authors from Orlando's ambitious Burrow Press visit Miami
    In "Princess of Pop," a short story by the Central Florida writer Vanessa Blakeslee, a young singer checks into a hotel in Los Angeles, the same one in which Janis Joplin died in 1970. The unnamed woman has brought along an iPod, a copy of "A...
  • Here comes your manuscript

    Here comes your manuscript
    Josh Frank did not flinch when Black Francis, frontman for the indie-rock band Pixies, pitched him a book idea four years ago as the pair sipped espressos at a French bistro in Austin, Texas. Together, Francis said, they would write a novel titled "The...
  • FOOD

    FOOD
    Burger Beast Burger Brawl: Burger Beast founder Sef Gonzalez will abstain from voting in his own inaugural burger-off on Friday night at Miami’s Magic City Casino (450 NW 37th Ave.) That’s probably a good thing, since a list of the Beast&...
  • South Florida football referee camp to host scrimmages

    South Florida high school football teams will get their first real taste of spring football action this weekend. At least 40 teams from Broward and Miami-Dade counties will participate in the South Florida Officiating Camp at Tamiami Park in Miami. ...
  • Claws come out in witty 'Catnapped'

    Claws come out in witty 'Catnapped'
    'Catnapped!' By Elaine Viets. Obsidian, 276 pages, $24.95 Fort Lauderdale author Elaine Viets' "Dead-End Job" series has come a long way since heroine Helen Hawthorne began taking low-paying, off-the-grid jobs as a way to avoid paying alimony to a...
  • Nearly 60 Floridians nominated for Army All-American Bowl

    Nearly 60 of the state's top senior football players were nominated for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, according to a release issued Friday. Those players nominated will be selected to play in the game which will be played on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2015 in...
  • Spend the day with Mom at a free attraction for Mother's Day

    Spend the day with Mom at a free attraction for Mother's Day
    I love coupons and everyone knows it. They're often left on my desk in the newsroom by anonymous benefactors, or tucked in my mailbox by neighbors and friends. One Sunday many Mays ago, I hit the mother lode when my youngest son, Ryan, 8 at the time,...