Nonprofit ready to help students in need
For more than 67 percent of the children in Orange County, the words "back to school" can be devastating since they don't have the school supplies they need.
Winter Park losses four straight
A Winter Park Diamond Dawgs season that got off to a rocky start is now in free fall as the team lost four straight games recently.
The Rural Heritage Center & Folk School, 101 E. Main St., Geneva, is having a Christmas in July craft and garage sale.
Blessed sleep, so important for health, restores the mind, body and spirit. And such sleep eludes some of us.
If you find yourself tossing and turning, figure out what is running through your mind.
August, September, October and finally in November the American electorate has an opportunity to change the guard — can the world wait that long?
How many more innocent people will die in the meantime?
I vacillate between being extremely disturbed over the direction of America (and the world) and to not so much giving a damn.
Historically, more (some) are living better than at any point in history. But it all seems so fragile, our “democratic” way of life.
A round of applause for an Italian restaurant with a delicious flair.
Needless to say, BRAVO! gets six thumbs up (there were three of us). Here was a restaurant that I had never tried and we loved the ambiance, the décor, the service and the food.
But they still have a shot
The Winter Park Diamond Dawgs fell deeper into a hole last weekend, though not far enough to drop below the Leesburg Lightning in the Florida Collegiate Summer League standings.
Do you remember Dec. 31, 2015? What you were doing? Where you were going? What plans you had for 2016?
Only 8 percent of those who set a New Year’s resolution achieve that resolution, as reported by statisticbrain.com. Use these tips to get back on track and achieve your New Year’s fitness goals.
Christian West Howard, a 23-year-old real-estate agent in the Central Florida area created “The Heart that Gives,” a philanthropy project in which he donates 50 percent of his commission to a charity of his client’s choice.
Selling a property with tenants doesn’t have to be painful.
Read on for a few suggestions to keep your tenant-occupied sale moving smoothly.
Small minds are contentedly imprisoned at the center of small protective horizons.
The mediocre thinker is always the last to “get the word,” i.e. to live in the “now.” Any imaginative new concept scares the mediocre to death.
How to prepare for a storm
Hurricane season is upon us! The Orlando Regional Realtor Association offers some tips and advice to protect your home from damage by wind and rain.
Pamper your hairbrush
You can calm flyaways by washing and conditioning your hairbrush.
In the best of all possible worlds our elected officials would be held accountable for their decisions.
When egregiously wrong, when lives are tragically lost, when lives are horribly ruined, when the treasury is bankrupt, bodies must hang from the yardarms.
Quick and simple recipes to love
You're gonna love this easy French-style pizza packed with brie, caramelized onions and apple slices.
This oddly named musical won three Tony Awards, three Outer Critic's Circle Awards, two Lucille Lortel Awards, and two Obie Awards, so yes, it’s the real-deal.
“Urinetown” is said to have catapulted the American musical comedy into the 21st century with its wicked comedy and incisive honesty.
Can they get to the top?
The Winter Park Diamond Dawgs are still in trouble, despite having one of their best weeks so far this season.
Living Healthy Program
One Senior Place will be hosting a free Living Healthy six-week program every Friday through July and until Aug. 5 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at its location at 715 Douglas Ave. in Altamonte Springs.
The fact that one never seems to achieve his fondest wishes doesn’t seem to hinder our vainest hopes.
If everything is really possible in this “best of all possible worlds”— as Voltaire tells us in “Candide” — then human uncertainty should not perturb us.