Senior activities abound
Casselberry, Maitland and Winter Springs offer adult fitness classes of all types.
Heide was a ravishingly beautiful girl who was most satisfied when she first put on ballet shoes and learned to dance on her toes.
Very surely, there is “a will to die” as well as “a will to live.”
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed a bill prohibiting the state from enacting laws that “substantially burden” a person’s right to live or follow their religious beliefs.
There is an issue (for me) that is not being discussed regarding Indiana’s recent enactment of its Religious Freedom Law.
Watch 'Hidden Agenda'
It’s dramatic, it’s dark, and it’s all the culmination of a dream to make a detective drama in Central Florida.
Based on the children’s classic by Roald Dahl, a young orphan named James runs away from his conniving aunts only to find himself in the center of a giant peach?!
Surrounded by human-sized insects, James is joined by a wise Grasshopper and a pessimistic Earthworm on his wild adventure.
Young kids can be community planners when they design their own spring village
Placing wheatberries or rye grass seeds in a large drainage tray will sprout within a few days indoors.
The obvious question is what does it mean for Mideast peace?
Even with his election victory, Benjamin Netanyahu will have to deal with Barack Obama for the rest of the Obama term, and a lot can happen in two years.
City to save $50M
City Hall is being moved inside the Oviedo Mall, according to an anonymous source on the Oviedo CIty Council.
Here comes Easter
On April 4th the Bunny will climb aboard a helicopter to shower all the kids with marshmallows.
M/I Homes has started presales of 48 new single-family homes on 50-foot home sites at Aulin’s Landing, located off County Road 419.
Big event weekend
Casselberry’s Spring Jazz and Art Festival runs from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, March 28 at Art Exhibit in City Hall and Sculpture Center.
Blows out Presbyterian
A six-inning no-hitter combined with an 18-run batting practice round to turn the Knights’ most recent win into the biggest blowout of the season so far, 18-4 over Presbyterian.
Pucker up, it's rhubarb season!
Get ready to pucker up. Because it's time for rhubarb — a sweet, tart treat
We were practicing sinking German submarines, while sun-worshippers crowded Miami Beach as though World War II was a soap opera.
Her hands could barely span an octave, but those hands — before she was twelve — had played the Beethoven “Emperor” Piano Concerto in Carnegie Hall.
So far, all we have are unsupported (by science) theories to explain why some human beings are conservative while others not so much.
If important brain functions created to respond to millions-of-years-ago external threats are operational in the 21st century mind, is it any wonder conservatives demand a “strong” military, unregulated guns or that they find immigration threatening?
In two appearances at Rollins College, Roger McGuinn will give a free public lecture and a Q&A session.
McGuinn, leader of the influential ’60s group The Byrds, combined the genres of folk and rock with Gene Clark and David Crosby and founded The Byrds in 1964.
City celebrates Mister Rogers
Zip up your cardigans, lace up your sneakers and get ready for a beautiful day in the neighborhood, as Winter Park celebrates America’s favorite neighbor with a new local holiday on Sunday.
"I believe that the American judicial system failed in the sense that I should not have even gone to trial."
Life on the threshold of Geneva's forested wilderness; a tipping point of both glory and ferocity.
Geneva's forested wilderness has always been a safe home to me, but I try to be mindful of the delicate balance that nature shares with us – a tipping point of both glory and ferocity.
Weekend fun arrives
Come out to Seminole County Animal Services 12th annual Pet Adopt-a-Thon on Saturday.