Gala blends fantasy and fine dining
Guests from near and far, far away are invited to step into the pages of this modern storybook come to life at the 2016 Give Kids The World Black & White Gala.
You’ve seen the “Three Tenors.” Imagine that concept translated for men with deep voices.
Three Baritones – Gabriel Preisser, Nathan Stark and Bryan Myer – will share the bill at the University Club in Winter Park on Aug. 28.
Parents battle FSA
Fourteen families are still fighting to have their children move on to fourth grade after refusing to take the FSA — a test deemed unnecessary and secretive by parents.
Keep an out out for vision issues
The inability to see clearly can affect a child’s physical, mental and social development, which in turn can affect academic and athletic performance and, ultimately, self-esteem.
Giving since 1998
To many of us, $100 million might mean buying a house beyond our wildest dreams. To Central Florida’s highest-need children, $100 million over the past nearly 18 years means so much more.
Commit to be fit with a new workout schedule
It’s tough to keep our schedules on track and keep a steady workout regimen. Try a new routine!
Chuy's has earned the reputation as the most fun place to eat Tex-Mex at a great price.
Chuy’s is all that it’s supposed to be. When the food is good (and fresh) why not let it be fun too.
Meet UCF coach, players
The UCF Knights are readying for their first kickoff, with an off-season’s worth of anticipation built up behind new head coach Scott Frost.
The final free outdoor movie in Orlando’s Lake Eola Park begins at 6 p.m. with activities and music from Mix 105.1.
Bring the family, some chairs and a banana or two to Lake Eola Park on Friday, Aug. 26, at 6 p.m. as Orlando hosts a free screening of "Minions."
HIV only spread through body fluids
Since those early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the 1980s we have made tremendous progress.
I ask Marco Rubio the question that my father put to me when I spoke with pious certainty, “Who died and made you Pope?”
Marco Rubio claims he’ll, “err on the side of life.” What exactly does that mean? Whose life should “we” err on the side of?
Music for a cause
Residents can support the Pulse shooting victims while hear world-class opera by attending the One Voice Orlando benefit concert on Sept. 11.
Sunscreen is key
With summer heating up, it’s important to remember that overexposure to the sun can have harmful side effects, such as increasing your risk of developing skin cancer.
A lesson in vitamin D
I have seen only one case of vitamin D excess in my career. It is very rare if people are taking less than 4,000 IU of vitamin D daily.
Bike paths popping up
According to BikeOrlando.net, there are more than 150 miles of paved, off-street bike paths within a 30-mile radius of downtown Orlando.
How to stay occupied in a short time
Here are fun ideas to make 5 minutes in your busy days count.
Alice Cooper draws from horror movies and vaudeville for a stage show.
Alice Cooper will perform at the Dr. Phillips Center on Sunday, Aug. 14 at 8 p.m. with VIP “Insanity” packages available for the concert.
Enjoy the last few days of summer with these recipes
Sweet pickled beets are right at home at a summer barbecue, while a Spinach salad with bacon and egg makes a perfect brunch, lunch or dinner.
Kitchen tips and more
For an extra little something, try sprinkling the grilled outsides with a tiny dash of sugar. Yum!
Real estate market prices higher than ever before
As we transition from the long summer days to the advent of the cooler fall season, consumer confidence in the Central Florida real estate market is higher than ever before.