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  • Robert McCann exhibit at Ormond Memorial Art Museum

     
    Michigan State University art professor and Fulbright Traveling Fellow Robert McCann, will showcase his recent work in an exhibition titled “The Tipping Point” at the Ormond Memorial Art Museum.  The Tipping Point runs through Nov. 28....
  • 2 Central Florida teens in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

     
    Keep your eyes peeled for two Central Floridian teens in Thursday's Macy's Day Thanksgiving Parade: Christopher Stewart, 17, of Ormond Beach, and Zoe Filutowski,16, of Winter Park, have been selected to perform at the 84th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day...
  • Central Florida residents collect Lottery prizes

     
    It took a while, but 67-year-old Robert Tameris of Port Orange came forward this week to claim his share of the $1.4 million Mega Money drawing from Sept. 14. Tameris must be planning to live a long life. He chose to receive his w...
  • Tentative 2011 and 2012 Girls Basketball State Series Assignments

     
    Here are the tentative state series assignments for local girls basketball teams. The FHSAA will not finalize these assignments until after a Board of Directors meeting scheduled for January 23-24. Class 8A DISTRICT 2 DeLand Hagerty (Oviedo) Lake Brantley...
  • Senate merit-pay bill gets another favorable vote (but also questions, often about the money)

     
    What some are calling the Florida Senate's “redo” of Senate Bill 6 (the 2010 merit-pay proposal) got another favorable committee vote this morning. The bill, SB 736, got the nod from the Senate's budget subcommittee on pre-K-12 education,...
  • New bill would prohibit spending public money on stadiums without a public vote

     
    By Tonya Alanez, Sun Sentinel TALLAHASSEE — Sen. Mike Bennett, R-Bradenton filed a bill Thursday that would forbid the use of public money for professional sports teams without a public vote. If approved, it would block recent attempts to use...
  • Speed 2011 at Ormond Memorial Art Museum

     
    There's still time to see Speed 2011, The Ormond Memorial Art Museum & Gardens exhibition in collaboration with NASCAR and The Daytona Beach News-Journal. It runs through March 13. The inaugural event, Speed 2010, drew record exhibition audiences to the...
  • Walk MS 2011 at Lake Eola March 19

     
    Looking for a great way to keep fit while supporting a great cause? The Mid Florida Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society will be hosting two Walk MS 2011 events in Central Florida this month. On Saturday, March 19, Walk MS 2011 will take...
  • Powerball jackpot climbs to $85 million for Saturday

     
    The best anyone in Florida could do in Powerball Wednesday night was match four numbers and the Powerball. Seven tickets did that and four were purchased with Power Play to increase the prize from $10,000 to $30,000. The jackpot for Saturday night is an...
  • Documentary ‘Broadcast Blues’ comes to Orlando, Ormond Beach

     
    Reporter/filmmaker Sue Wilson has made a film about what happened when radio was deregulated and local radio news disappeared in favor of canned programming from points near and far, about what happened when “The Fairness Doctrine” was...
  • ‘Shark Tank’: How about a $4 million offer? Would you take it?

     
    ABC's "Shark Tank" offers up a memorable moment in reality television this week. The show's self-made investors -- the sharks -- escalate the offers to an entrepreneur who has entered the tank. The amount climbs to $4 million, the most in the show's...