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Orlando, Central Florida rise up following horrific Pulse shooting

Orlando unites after shooting

Orlando turned to hope, flooding the globe with images and stories of lines of blood donors hundreds long, volunteers passing out thousands of bottles of water to mourners, of millions united in a defiant grief.

Louis Roney: Ignorance

A beautiful woman reminded me the other day that everyone is ignorant about something or other.

A marriage can be, in many ways, a swaps of desirables. When the swap is no longer mutually pleasing, then lawyers may get into the act and do their shockingly expensive thing. Long marriages are advisable, and economical as well.

How to stick with your workout routine

Keep a routine going strong

If our motivation is solely stemming from the goal itself, then we’re more likely to give up because we’re not enjoying each step we take toward that goal.

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Winter Park trades wins with DeLand and Winter Garden

Winter Park ends skid

The Winter Park Diamond Dogs are back to their winning ways after suffering a losing streak early in the season.

Josh Garrick: Culture for your Calendar

If I had to recommend only one performance this year, it would be the World Ballet Competition 10th anniversary performance gala – “the Olympics of Ballet.”

The World Ballet Competition 10th anniversary performance gala – “the Olympics of Ballet” – concludes on June 18 at 7:30 p.m. with a Gala Performance to showcase guest artist dancers from around the world in their “star-turn” performances.

Chris Jepson: Or reading the Times

My Sunday mornings consist of the most sacred of moments, of coffee and the New York Times.

That 49 were murdered because of who they are or who their friends were is antithetical to my ideal for America.

Josh Garrick: World Ballet Competition offers Orlando beauty, hope

Brave ballet performers come to Orlando

There is a beautiful confluence of art, talent, creativity, and courage in the 169 competitors at the World Ballet Competition.

Letter to the Editor: Love will overpower hate

St. Dorothy Catholic Community stands with LGBT Community

We must meet the challenges of combining freedom, pluralism and unity in our increasingly diverse society if the United States is to continue to be a beacon of hope to the world.

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Mayor Buddy Dyer's reaction

On heroism and fear

We will not be defined by the act of a cowardly hater. We will be defined by how we respond, how we treat each other.

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Josh Garrick: Reflecting on the Orlando shooting

The reason behind the shooting means nothing

We know that such an inexplicable act serves as an attack on our values, our freedom, and all we hold dear in our lives.

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Maitland blood drive at full capacity following Orlando shooting

Donors give blood to help victims

The Big Red Bus in Maitland was overwhelmed by those looking to donate blood in the aftermath of the deadliest mass shooting in American history.

Josh Garrick: Culture for your Calendar

CFCArts’ Symphony Orchestra presents ‘Symphonic Cinema’

It’s an epic finale concert for the Central Florida Community Arts’ Symphony Orchestra as they invite you to be swept away by the most beautiful film scores ever composed.

Real Estate Briefs

Altamonte Springs firm negotiates leases in Winter Park

Emerson International in Altamonte Springs recently negotiated two lease agreements totaling 5,500 rentable square feet of office space at Major Plaza I in Southwest Orlando and at Louisiana Office Park in Winter Park.

Chris Jepson: Trumpism, bad hair days and yoga toots

If Trump is the actual spawn of Satan, what then to make of his minions?

This is a particularly sad column this week because my wife is having a bad hair week as a result of Donald Trump.

PVC pipe is so easy to work with for many creations beyond piping.

Make a poolside towel rack

Simply go to your internet search engine and enter "PVC towel rack DIY."

Using the internet to help your home search

Making the most of technology

According to the National Association of Realtors, 89 percent of all homebuyers used online tools and resources in their home search.

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Orlando housing market heats up, some fear getting burned

Sellers seeing phenomenal results

Although I’m confident we will not see another bubble like the Great Recession of recent years, it’s important to take note of the current conditions and make smarter more responsible decisions this time around.

Navigating the inventory puzzle: What does it mean to me?

Defining seller's and buyer's market

Months of inventory, what does it mean and how does it affect me?

Louis Roney: Things learned

In my singing career of many years in many opera houses I have learned many things – especially in German opera houses – but I’m not sure exactly what!

Early in my opera career I was engaged to sing Rodolfo in Puccini’s “La Boheme” in the Berlin State Opera.

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Florida Collegiate Summer League season starts tonight

FCSL starts up

The Florida Collegiate Summer League fires up the hotdog grills at 5 p.m. Thursday, June 2 at Sanford Memorial Stadium for its opening day tailgate party.

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