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  • Abdi's big upset and other random notes on Bravo's 'Work of Art'

     
    There were a few genuine surprises on the season finale of Bravo's reality series "Work of Art." Host China Chow did not dress like a parade float, executive producer Sarah Jessica Parker put in an appearance and the heavy favorite......
  • Your morning adorable: Endangered Amur tiger cub debuts at Erie Zoo in Pennsylvania

     
    An Amur tiger cub named Yuri made his public debut at Pennsylvania's Erie Zoo last week. Yuri, who just turned 3 months old, is the first tiger cub born at the zoo in over 20 years. Amur tigers, also known......
  • Edward Gorey exhibit at Orlando Museum of Art opens Friday

     
    A is for Amy who fell down the stairs. B is for Basil assaulted by bears… From the opening lines of The Gashlycrumb Tinies, it is clear this is not going to be your average children’s alphabet book. But Edward Gorey, the tale’s author and...
  • Windermere Prep girls golfer takes 2nd in Pennsylvania event

     
    Samantha Wagner, who made the All-Orange County team as a seventh-grader at Windermere Prep, placed second at the CorseMax/Philadelphia Runner Junior, an American Junior Golf Association tournament in Malvern, Pa. Wagner finished the 54-hole tournament at...
  • Weekly remarks: Pat Toomey on Democratic spending; Obama on protecting Social Security

     
    GOP Senate candidate says the president's spending is beyond belief; Obama says Republicans will destroy Social Security if elected....
  • G is for GOREY who sure does delight me!

     
     How often do you go to an art exhibition and hear chuckles reverberating around the gallery? That's what I heard at this morning's preview of “Elegant Enigmas: The Art of Edward Gorey,” which opens at the Orlando Museum of Art today an...
  • Conservative group launches ad blitz

     
    by Mike Memoli Tom Hamburger and I report on a major advertising campaign being launched Monday by Americans for Prosperity, an independent conservative advocacy group. The $4.1-million ad buy from the Americans for Prosperity Foundation does not...
  • Hell no: new book challenges concept of eternal damnation

     
    Messiah College professor Sharon L. Baker takes on the concept of sinners cast into an eternity of unquenchable flames in her book Razing Hell: Rethinking Everything You've Been Taught About God's Wrath and Judgment (Westminster John Knox Press)....
  • Jameer Nelson’s “Building Magic” week under way in Philadelphia

     
    Orlando Magic players have gathered in the Philadelphia area for Jameer Nelson's annual "Building Magic" week....
  • Low Gas Tax Could Cost Drivers More

     
    Amid budget cutbacks, the deterioration of America???s roads, bridges and highways has accelerated to an alarming degree. The kicker, however, is that by forsaking the notion of raising the gas tax, car owners may end up costing themselves more money........
  • Alex Sink reaps rewards from GOP civil war

     
    TALLAHASSEE — More conventional wisdom that Democratic gubernatorial candidate Alex Sinkis likely to capitalize on the $51 million-plus GOP ad war between Bill McCollum and Rick Scott: a new Quinnipiac University survey finds her slightly leading...