Use a zipper-top baggie
Keep your baby occupied at the table with this parenting trick.
“Shout Hallelujah, c’mon get happy.”
On Feb. 27 our beautifully impressive Dr. Phillips Center for the Arts received final approval from Orlando's City Council to break ground on the $227 million Phase Two that will finish the building.
The shamrock has traditionally been the national emblem of Ireland, so why not display it with creativity as a sign not only of the coming holiday, but also a welcome to the green of a long-awaited spring?
None of us is without fault.
Acknowledging one’s misdeeds, and asking others’ forgiveness is for some people a key requisite for “going to heaven.”
For the life of me, I do not understand the anti-Semite.
And have we not learned the tragedy of succumbing to the utter nonsense of anti-Semitism? Unfortunately, no.
Celtic Woman combines traditional Irish music with spectacular production, staging, and up-lifting music.
Witness "Celtic Woman: Voices of Angels" at the Bob Carr Theater located at 401 W. Livingston Street.
This is your Republican Party in action, its true colors unequivocally displayed.
Let’s examine a few specific Republican initiatives reflecting Republican behavior in all its glorious hypocrisy.
As a kid, I was strange! I never spoke a word until my 16th birthday.
Some people puzzle over words with more than one meaning. And then there are those words whose pronunciations shift depending upon whether they are used as verbs or nouns.
Ready for Bark and Brew?
The Mardi Gras festival held last weekend was fantastic! But here comes Bark n Brew!
Help your dog live longer, healthier
Genetics aside, what can we do to help our dogs live longer, healthier, and happier lives? Here are a number of suggestions.
The ‘Angel of the Ballet,’ Harriett Lake, will be honored in a one-night only show.
The dancers of the Orlando Ballet company will choreograph new works and perform alongside Artistic Director Robert Hill for Orlando Ballet: A Tribute to Harriett, Best of Broadway at 7 p.m. on Feb. 25.
Wood can’t say words, or be an actor. It can’t laugh or sob, or express human thought or emotion.
I don’t see how my baritone friend Frederick Walden can keep track of all the dames who have shared his furniture and his checkbooks.
For a liberal libertarian such as myself, I find it unfathomable that anyone supports Donald Trump.
Much has been written concerning the polarization of America today. I trust my readers to already have an understanding of the reasons.
Tune to FNN for all the latest in alternative facts.
"FNN will provide all forgotten Americans only the truth and only as President Trump understands it. No whiney apologetic, wishy-washy, this or that liberal humanist malarkey, just the real scoop on who is selling-out America."
Finding new and more economical ways of saying things is admirable, it seems to me.
If my colleague says, “At this point in time I’m planning to rob a bank,” couldn’t he accomplish the same end by saying, “Now I’m planning to rob a bank”?