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Oktoberfest returns to Winter Park

German festival Oct. 26

Like beer, music and a festive atmosphere? Winter Park is about to give it to you German style.

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Four healthy 'F' words to keep you in shape

Four healthy 'F' words

While our country is very divided between the issues and the two presidential candidates, you can vote today on the only guaranteed winner: You.

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Knghts fail to close out Temple in tough loss

UCF falls to Temple

The UCF Knights had multiple opportunities to finish off Temple Saturday, but couldn't follow through as they lost the game 26-25.

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A new take on Halloween pumpkins

Preparing your Halloween pumpkin

Try something new this year, and decorate and "dress" some of your pumpkins and gourds instead of carving them.

Chris Jepson: Was it good for you?

I cannot for the life of me understand how Donald Trump’s approach to women serves him well in bed.

Trump has that oh, so sexy bulge . . . in his back pocket that obviates his obvious shortcomings.

Louis Roney: Decisions, decisions

We are constantly making decisions about liking and not liking all kinds of things — from coffee to cars — from movies to neckties.

People arrive at decisions in various obtuse ways, and we often don’t remember what made us do a certain thing — it may be that the odds just pile up in favor of doing — or not doing anything in particular.

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Remembering Dennis Sobik, restaurateur

Of Sobik's Subs family

Sobik, Dennis J., 51, of Oviedo, lifelong Seminole County resident, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 11, in Orlando, after a lengthy battle with aplastic anemia.

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UCF Knights prepare for slugfest against Temple

UCF football returns

The Knights are back on the gridiron Saturday to take on Temple — a team that fell victim to UCF in 2013 in a stunning comeback win.

Josh Garrick: Culture for your Calendar

For your Halloween season, trick or treat yourself to the all-new Phantasmagoria VII "The Cards They Are Dealt" at the Shakespeare Center.

Be very afraid. Phantasmagoria’s troupe of “Steampunk Survivors” are more dangerous than gypsy fortune-tellers, and they are joined by dancers, soldiers, puppeteers, and fire-breathers.

Chris Jepson: The association for your mind

The idea, the concept of time has always fascinated me. That we have only so much time, however, crystalized for me with the birth of my daughter in 1970.

How do you want to spend your time? We all ask that question. How we answer often determines the course of how we live life.

Keep forgetting lunch at home? Trick yourself

Car keys are the answer

Here's a handy tip for making sure lunch comes with you to work.

Louis Roney: The right stuff

All of us good little people, plus our good little girls and boys, are busy cramming smarts into our brains from morning to night.

How much time do we spend thinking about the well-being of that great computer in our head — namely, our brain?

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Christina Rordam: Is your house haunted?

A guide to haunted homes

Hauntings are so hard to quantify in the first place. How does one determine that their home actually is haunted?

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UCF hosts Temple in the Bright House

Can UCF beat Temple?

The Knights will face a familiar foe Saturday night at the Bright House, one that fell on the losing end of arguably the greatest play — and comeback — in UCF football history.

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Seminole County braces for Hurricane Matthew

Possible Cat 5 strength

"This storm will kill you," FL Gov. Rick Scott warned during a Thursday morning press conference, urging evacuation. "Time is running out."

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UCF postpones Tulane game due to hurricane

Tulane game postponed

Bad news, Knight football fans. The UCF Knights have postponed the upcoming Friday night game against Tulane because of the hurricane bearing down on Central Florida.

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Can UCF make it 2 in a row at ECU?

Can Knights make a streak?

The UCF Knights did something they haven’t for two seasons Saturday night, obliterating an FIU team that had haunted their past.

Josh Garrick: Culture for your Calendar

An art exhibit that began in Athens in 480 B.C.

Your Arts Editor – Josh Garrick – returns to the Henao Center with a free and open to the public opening on Oct. 1 beginning at 7 p.m.

Myths and truths about the Zika virus

Get rid of standing water

Educating yourself with information about the Zika virus is an important preventive measure for you, your family and the community.

Chris Jepson: What this election has been reduced to

I’ve been considering the course of this presidential election and how I might influence its outcome.

I believe I’ve stumbled onto an issue that will swing the election to Hillary Clinton, my preferred candidate.

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