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  • 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...
  • En nuestro idioma: celebran 10 años de oficina HOLA

    En nuestro idioma: celebran 10 años de oficina HOLA
    Sin duda que mudarse de un país a otro, de un estado a otro, incluso de una ciudad a otra diferente, puede ser complicado y hasta generar temor. Pero en Orlando hace 10 años se creó una dependencia para facilitarle las cosas a los nuevos residentes, sobre...
  • Matthew Fowler's new 'Beginning' at Florida Music Festival

    Matthew Fowler's new 'Beginning' at Florida Music Festival
    Although "Beginning" is the title of his debut album, Orlando singer-songwriter Matthew Fowler could call his showcase at this year's Florida Music Festival a "new beginning." Fowler, a 19-year-old neo-folkie fresh out of Lyman High School, will...
  • Spring football: Central Florida receivers to watch in 2014 | Video

    Spring football: Central Florida receivers to watch in 2014 | Video
    Charles King and Chris Hays discuss some of the top receivers to watch in high school football for 2014. Here's a list of players we talk about, in order of video (all seniors-to-be, unless otherwise noted) — Deondre Farrier, Lake Nona, 6-2, 175...
  • New CNL office tower could be coming to Orlando soon

    New CNL office tower could be coming to Orlando soon
    CNL is re-examining its plan for a new commercial office tower at the corner of South Street and South Orange Avenue, sources close to the company said. The news about CNL Tower III emerged after commercial real estate experts gave their outlook for the...
  • John Rivers opens The Coop, rides comfort-food wave

     John Rivers opens The Coop, rides comfort-food wave
    When John Rivers opens his latest restaurant Thursday, the menu will be full of Southern comfort food. Think fried chicken, buttermilk biscuits and creamed-corn pudding. The Coop in Winter Park is the latest example of the staying power of comfort food....
  • Anthony Orlando: Financial regulation would stimulate economy

    On Wednesday, in her first speech on monetary policy, Janet Yellen, the new Chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, pointed out a discouraging paradox: In recent years, private-sector forecasters have been surprisingly accurate at forecasting changes in the...
  • Barnie's CoffeeKitchen red snapper fillet recipe

    Barnie's CoffeeKitchen red snapper fillet recipe
    Yield: 4 servings 1 whole red snapper, scaled, filleted and deboned (reserve bones) 1 tablespoon olive oil Cherry tomatoes, halved Broth: 4 ounces leeks, sliced 1 medium white onion 3 cloves garlic, sliced 5 sprigs fresh thyme 2 ounces...
  • Throwback Thursday: Orlando Easter Parade

    Throwback Thursday: Orlando Easter Parade
    This weekend, Central Florida children will search high and low for eggs the Easter Bunny leaves behind. Above, the Easter Bunny (also known as Barbara Fleming) offers a treat to Ronnie Jones during the 1964 Easter Parade. photoeditor@tribune.com Follow...
  • Mother, baby killed in Lake County crash

    Mother, baby killed in Lake County crash
    A Lake County mother died Tuesday night of injuries suffered in a traffic crash that also killed her 6-month-old daughter. Kimberley Kinggard, 40, was driving west on County Road, 42 Saturday about 7 p.m. when the right rear tire on her 1994 Toyota...
  • South Florida to Orlando rail plan draws critics along route

    South Florida to Orlando rail plan draws critics along route
    WASHINGTON — Plans to link South Florida to Orlando with speedy passenger-train service brought an initial burst of excitement from promoters in both regions. Boosters say it will bolster the economy, create construction jobs and give residents...