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  • Colombiana Annette Taddeo aspira ser vicegobernadora de Florida

    Colombiana Annette Taddeo aspira ser vicegobernadora de Florida
    Este martes 26 de agosto es día de elecciones primarias y si bien hay contiendas que podrían definirse esa misma noche, otras tomarán más fuerza una vez se conozcan los candidatos abanderados por sus partidos para las elecciones generales del 4 de...
  • Norman's at Ritz-Carlton Orlando hosting Dec. 13 tribute to chef Charlie Trotter

    Norman's at Ritz-Carlton Orlando hosting Dec. 13  tribute to chef Charlie Trotter
    Norman's at Ritz-Carlton Orlando will host tribute to chef Charlie Trotter Dec. 13. The reception will feature hors d’oeuvres presented by award-winning local chefs as well as culinary stations by Norman Van Aken and his team. Sommeliers will be...
  • Five things for Thursday, August 21

    Five things for Thursday, August 21
    Starting with traffic and weather, five things for today in Orlando and Central Florida. 1. The weather is hot. The high today is set to reach 97 degrees, while the heat index will get up to 105 sometime this afternoon according to meteorologists....
  • Animals

    AUDUBON SOCIETY'S CENTER FOR BIRDS OF PREY: conservation, education and raptor rehabilitation facility: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday (except holidays); 1101 Audubon Way, Maitland; $5 adults, $4 ages 3-12; 407-644-0190. BLACK HAMMOCK ADVENTURES:...
  • Ferguson, Mo.'s truth: We have a human-rights problem

    A few years ago, I spoke at a human-rights conference at George Mason University. I had documented the number of unarmed African-American males killed by American police as well as the high rate of black men who are being held in county, state and federal...
  • Auto-repair shops face off against insurers over payments

    Auto-repair shops face off against insurers over payments
    Auto-repair shops across the United States are suing insurance companies, including the nation's largest — State Farm — in a series of lawsuits that will be heard in Orlando. The auto-repair shops — several of which are in Central...
  • Southern Nights' neon makeover

    Southern Nights' neon makeover
    My only visit to the original Southern Nights was back in the mid-1990s, shortly after I had moved to Orlando from my small hometown in South Florida. In order of realization and impact, my first impressions of the place were "cheap drinks," "nice patio"...
  • 8/21: Deaths in Central Florida

    Lake MARTHA BUSH, 73, Tavares, died Tuesday. Beyers Funeral Home, Umatilla. DEAN R. CALABRARO, 50, Clermont, died Tuesday. Becker Funeral Home, Clermont. JOAN GUIDO, 81, Tavares, died Saturday. Unity Memorial Funeral Home East Inc., Apopka. GERTRUDE...
  • Belvin Perry, Trayvon Martin: weekend topics

    Belvin Perry, Trayvon Martin: weekend topics
    The Trayvon Martin protests, Belvin Perry's career and a preview of the August primary are among the topics this weekend on local public-affairs shows. The lineup: Orange-Osceola Chief Circuit Judge Perry talks to Mike DeForest on "Flashpoint" at 8 a.m....
  • Orlando auditions: 'Tommy' at Mad Cow Theatre

    Mad Cow Theatre Announces Auditions for Male Children in The Who's Tommy MAD COW THEATRE is holding auditions for its upcoming production of The Who's Tommy, directed by Donald Rupe and musical direction by Don Hopkinson. Production dates are October...
  • Opt Out Orlando webinar will give Florida parents tools to skip testing

    Opt Out Orlando webinar will give Florida parents tools to skip testing
    Opt Out Orlando, a group that opposes standardized testing, is holding a webinar this weekend to provide step-by-step instructions for parents who don't want their children tested. "If they go to their district or school, they will be told no, you can't...