You may have noticed the repetitive quality of life in the solar system.
Our personal clock starts the moment we are born and runs until our time is up, whenever that may be.
What better way to ring in the New Year than to join Glinda the Good Witch as she shares her goodness at the Dr. Phillips Center?
Kristin Chenoweth is the Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress who created the role of Glinda in Broadway’s smash hit “Wicked.”
In the palm-edged driveway, Mr. Natale greeted the pale lad who stood there, “Well, sir, what can I do for you?”
Suddenly, Giuseppe Natale’s mouth opened wide and began to sing. The words,“Che gelida manina....” came out as clear and strong as they had when he sang “La Bohème” in the great opera houses of Europe.
Santa, it seems we’ve given up in America on being trim, fit and healthy.
We’ve lost our national collective willpower to control our ravenous pie holes. We eat and eat and eat.
The beloved classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” flies off the screen and onto the stage this holiday season.
This beloved musical adventure teaches us that what makes us different can be what makes us special.
The holiday season is here, which means quality time with family and friends. It also means your little ones are out of school and looking for fun.
I expected the food to taste good, but I sincerely enjoyed everything I tasted.
The new eatery includes an 800-square-foot patio and serves Mexican-inspired dishes like chicken burritos, fish tacos and pork tacos created with fresh, all-natural ingredients and no preservatives.
It’s only been 15 weeks since your child has left home, yet they’ve grown so much.
When your son or daughter left home you had to make adjustments to your life. It’s only natural that you have to do the same when they return home.
Meet Trinity Prep's top swimmer
Meet Caroline White, a top swimmer at Trinity Prep and state champion in the pool.
What diet should you be on that will help you be healthier in the long term?
I think it's possible to take some wisdom from all the diets you mention, and to avoid some of their potential pitfalls.
An early Christmas present
At the Plaza Live Theater on Monday, Dec. 7, some 18 players from the Orlando Philharmonic delivered an early Christmas present: “Bach’s Brilliance.”
The desire for certainty that we all crave is what is so unsettling about the times in which we live.
If you are a reflective individual, it has occurred to you that certainty is ephemeral.
Are you getting ready to break up with the cruel, addictive master tobacco?
If you are a smoker or chewer, you probably have thought of quitting before. It happens in stages.
The Orlando Ballet's performance of “The Nutcracker” at the Dr. Phillips Center brings Christmas to life in this enchanting holiday favorite.
When Clara receives a toy nutcracker on Christmas Eve, she is transported on a magical dream-journey.
Are you a resolution person?
If you’re like many people, you’ve thought about your resolution and are committed to it! Right now, at least.
Over the years I’ve repetitively heard some concerns from purchasers that have caused them to keep looking rather than presenting an offer.
Without further adieu, here are the top-five complaints relayed to me by homebuyers and future homebuyers about the homes they view, as heard by me and in no particular order.
We all find ways of “advertising” ourselves, our children, our careers, our skills.
Learning when to say “no” may help your career more than always saying “yes” — and then sometimes not being able to live up to expectations.
The holidays bring good cheer, and many advantages to home sellers
The holidays have arrived, and so has the time of year when home sellers wonder whether they should keep their properties on the market or take them off.
How to know how much wine you need
Wine buyers tip: Experts say to multiply the number of adult guests by a half bottle to determine how many bottles of wine to buy for your holiday gathering.
The answer to America’s prayers? More prayer it would seem.
Keep guns in the hands of everyone because, "Guns don't kill people; people kill people."