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  • Community holds memorial for victims of Indiana State Fair tragedy

    Community holds memorial for victims of Indiana State Fair tragedy
    Hundreds of people gathered Monday morning to honor the victims of Saturday night's tragedy at the Indiana State Fair. Five individuals lost their lives, after strong storms caused the stage at the Indiana State Fair to collapse. Several others who...
  • Orlando Repertory Theatre has new chair, vice chair for board

     
    News from the Rep on board of directors changes: Orlando Repertory Theatre (The Rep) announces Scott Bowman as the new board chair of the Rep’s Board of Directors. Bowman replaces Carlos Barrios, whose term had expired, and will serve as the board...
  • Top 20 Cities with the Most Drunken Drivers

     
    In 2008, 11,773 people were killed in alcohol-related crashes, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. To prevent or curtail drunken-driving fatalities, nearly 1.43 million drivers were arrested in 2007 on suspicion of driving...
  • Monster Mash: Riccardo Muti withdraws from fall CSO appearances; Larry Clark attacks age restriction

     
    -- Abrupt cancellations: Conductor Riccardo Muti, who had recently begun his tenure as music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchesta, has withdrawn from his fall appearances with the orchestra due to health issues. (Chicago Tribune) -- Racy material:...
  • Simon Malls side dish recipe contest open to home cooks and pros

     
    “The Perfect Side Dish” holiday recipe contest, a preview to “What Can You Do?,” a statewide Florida canned food drive Nov. 20-Dec. 14 at Simon Malls in Florida in collaboration with the Florida Association of Food Banks. At-home and...
  • List of 50 best heart hospitals includes 6 in Florida

     
    Thomson Reuters today released its annual study identifying the top U.S. hospitals for inpatient cardiovascular services. The study, now in its twelfth year, for the first time singled out 50 hospitals rather than the traditional practice of naming 100...
  • Men’s Health disses Orlando as a churchly city

     
    Men's Health magazine, in its story on “Holy Hometowns,” lists Orlando 47th among in the list of cities with the most faith. Despite being the hometown of Campus Crusade for Christ, Wycliffe Bible Translators, Joel Hunter and Northland Church,...
  • Ed Kershner selected for Indiana hoops Hall of Fame

     
    Oviedo’s Ed Kershner, who is closing in on becoming the winningest boys basketball coach in Florida high school history, will be part of the 50th induction class into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame in a March 23 ceremony in Indianapolis. Given...
  • The Quinn empire strikes back

     
    After a long weekend of keeping a very low public profile on the tax issue, the Quinn administration is showing signs of fighting back against critics. Here's a fact sheet his office just sent over (note to the easily confused......
  • Kevin Smith forced to self-release ‘Red State’ in March

     
    Musicians do it, cutting out the middle men, the gatekeepers who stand between them and their audience, or them and getting their music released. So why not movie makers? Kevin Smith's “Red State” wasn't attracting interest from movie...
  • Pictures: Orlando Magic take on the Indiana Pacers

     
    Orlando Magic guard Jason Richardson, right, works against Indiana Pacers forward Paul George as he drives the lane in the first half of an NBA basketball game in Indianapolis, Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy) To see more pictures...