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Here's a tip on making a delicious flaky piecrust

Use a cheese grater!

Here's a unique way to create a piecrust that's delicious and flaky!

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International real estate transactions rise

Foreign buyers snap up FL

Orlando rose up the ranks in 2016 to become the No. 2 destination of choice for Florida’s international homebuyers, according to the National Association of Realtors’ “2016 Profile of International Homebuyers In Florida.”

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M/I Homes starts sales at Lukas Landing

M/I Homes will start sales Feb. 1 at Lukas Landing, its newest gated community with 55 single-family home sites in Oviedo on State Road 426 one-half mile south of Mitchell Hammock Road.

Louis Roney: Love

"What does love mean?"

"Love is what makes you smile when you're tired." – Terri, age 4

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Christina Rordam: Make your home liveable and listable

Tips on preparing your home for a showing

Marketing your home for sale can be a daunting and inconvenient task, especially if you are still living in it.

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Knights snap losing streak with win over Memphis

Team effort rewarded

The UCF Knights were able to capture a much-needed win over Memphis on Saturday thank to a strong team effort.

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Exercise can stop work abuse from coming home

UCF study's interesting results

Employees who recorded an average of more than 10,900 steps each day were less likely to perpetuate abuse at home, a study says.

Chris Jepson: The emperor has no clothes

Depending on the day, I might experience a number of different emotions regarding this election.

My wife said she’s glad her mother and aunt are not alive today to witness the Republican presidential primary.

Louis Roney: Disturbing thoughts

The next destruction that we tolerate could easily be the last!

We hear in our democratic land that people get the government they deserve. This fact is often unnoticed when an uninformed and one-sided majority takes over and assumes command.

Josh Garrick: Culture for Your Calendar

This musical comedy at the Winter Park Playhouse reaffirms that true friendship is the key to everlasting love.

"Why Do Fools Fall in Love?" takes place at a bachelorette party where best friends share thoughts about love, marriage and the dating game.

Senior Calendar

Retiree Appreciation Day for military veterans

Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield (HAAF), Georgia, will be conducting its annual Retiree Appreciation Day (RAD) on Saturday, Feb. 25, at the University of Central Florida’s CFE Arena.

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UCF Knights hit three-game skid versus AAC opponents

Tulsa tops UCF

A 77-66 loss to Tulsa on Saturday was the UCF Knights' third loss in a row, all against AAC teams.

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The hidden benefits of drinking coffee

Studies show benefits

Coffee, specifically the caffeine in it, helps reduce the chronic inflammation that occurs in our bodies as we age, according to a recent study out of Stanford University.

Keep your fitness goals intact through February

Don't workout alone

The New Year’s resolution rush at the gym is over and you’re well on your way to your 2017 fitness goals! Or are you?

Walking a mile in ill-fitting shoes

Virtual Dementia Tour

I literally learned how “out of step” one can feel when the mind and body are out of sync.

Cracked fingertips? Try a home remedy

Remedies abound

I wrote a column on cracked fingertips, and received a wealth of suggestions from readers.

Louis Roney: Irish!

Someone said, "An Irishman is never peaceful except when he's fighting."

Jay was the most "professional" Irishman I ever met. It was easy for me to tire of his slobbering about "the old sod."

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Adopt a dog and save a life

Save money - and a life!

Shelters are full of wonderful dogs that were surrendered through no fault of their own. Take one home.

Chris Jepson: Feminism forever

I consider myself a feminist, and think any man who isn’t as either ignorant or a chauvinist.

To liberally paraphrase George Wallace: Feminism now, feminism tomorrow and feminism forever.

Josh Garrick: Culture for Your Calendar

Come out to the fourth annual Fire in the Park Chili Cook-Off to Cure from 8 a.m to 4 p.m. on Saturday.

Big plans are underway for this event filled with award-winning chili, chicken wings, live music, games and family fun – all with a focus on raising money for breast cancer research.

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