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  • Athletes likely headed to Jones, but coach wonders when

    Athletes likely headed to Jones, but coach wonders when
    Jones football coach Kevin Lewis expects to see some new players on his practice field in August. He just wishes they could come sooner. An Orange County Public Schools rezoning plan could send 300 to 350 students from Evans to Jones for the 2014-15...
  • Local chefs collecting ingredients from Florida to New York for June 3 James Beard House dinner

    Local chefs collecting ingredients from Florida to New York for June 3 James Beard House dinner
    "Foraged Along the Way" is the theme of the Florida-driven June 3 dinner at James Beard House in New York. Chefs Kevin Fonzo (K Restaurant, Orlando), Bram Fowler (Journeys Catering, Orlando) and Hari Pulapaka (Cress, DeLand) will be assisted by...
  • Sports Buzz: Should Florida-Georgia high school football game resume?

    Sports Buzz: Should Florida-Georgia high school football game resume?
    Who has the better high school football players: Florida or Georgia? That question is what led to the Florida-Georgia all-star football game, played from 1985-93 at the Florida Citrus Bowl. It featured future football stars such as  Deion Sanders,...
  • Wilde Coward Company gets messy with 'Fè Dega'

    Wilde Coward Company gets messy with 'Fè Dega'
    "Fè Dega" — Haitian Creole for "making a mess" — is the title of the new dance show from the Wilde Coward Company. And the dancers plan on getting messy. "Fè Dega," which opens Friday, May 30, in DeLand, is built around four tangible...
  • Penn State, Notre Dame plan satellite camps despite SEC objections

    Penn State, Notre Dame plan satellite camps despite SEC objections
      There is a good old-fashioned turf-war brewing in college football. Coaches from the Southeastern Conference are upset with Penn State’s James Franklin for scheduling several satellite football camps in locations deep in the heart of SEC...
  • Can Florida vs. Georgia all-star game come back?

    Can Florida vs. Georgia all-star game come back?
    Is there room on December's holiday buffet for another high-school football all-star game? Wade Rollinson thinks the answer is yes, as long as the game is a replica of an event that long was regarded as one of the nation's premier all-star events....
  • Draft puts area baseball players at fork in road: Play in college or turn pro?

    Draft puts area baseball players at fork in road: Play in college or turn pro?
    A letter of intent to play at Virginia already was signed when Justin Nicolino entered the 2010 baseball draft. If the Orlando University graduate wasn't drafted by the fifth round, he was going to college. He was taken in the second round by the...
  • Minnesota Twins take Olympia's Nick Gordon with 5th overall pick in draft

    Minnesota Twins take Olympia's Nick Gordon with 5th overall pick in draft
    Moments after the Minnesota Twins selected Olympia shortstop Nick Gordon with the fifth overall pick in the first round of the baseball draft Thursday night, he sounded as if he had raced from first base to home plate. The life-altering moment took away...
  • Harold Garde exhibits masterworks at Orlando's Jai Gallery

     Harold Garde exhibits masterworks at Orlando's Jai Gallery
    Harold Garde has a problem. "I paint too much," says the 90-year-old who splits his time between New Smyrna Beach and Belfast, Maine. "I'm too old for an active love life. I get indigestion if I eat too much. I can't drink. All that's left to do is...
  • Artistic director Craig Uppercue sees Athens Theatre up its game with 'Les Miz'

     Artistic director Craig Uppercue sees Athens Theatre up its game with 'Les Miz'
    A barricade of tables, chairs, other furniture and odds and ends piles up onstage at the Athens Theatre in DeLand. Delicate lighting sets the mood. A half-dozen musicians tug at the heartstrings as they mournfully play. Before long, more than 40 actors...
  • Emeril's Florida season 2 premieres Jan. 5 with stop at Cress in DeLand

    Emeril's Florida season 2 premieres Jan. 5 with stop at Cress in DeLand
    Emeril's Florida season two premieres Sunday, Jan. 5 at 2:30 p.m. with a stop in Central Florida. In the first episode, "Coming to America," Emeril explores some of Florida's most treasured imports: restaurateurs and chefs who have immigrated from...