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The Osceola County Grown Farm to Picnic will be a chef-inspired celebration of seasonal dishes from 3-6 p.m. on May 4 at the Diamond P Ranch, 5700 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway in St. Cloud. The event will feature a local growers market and hayrides....
April is a sandwich month for Orlando attractions, resting between the spring break and summer vacation crowds. It's a tasty time for locals because the theme parks are less congested and the temperatures aren't as high as they will be. Here are five...
When I think of folks who desperately need and deserve unemployment benefits even to approach the mirage of scratching by, I think of people such as Alina Puerta. Here's a woman who hasn't worked a steady job since 2009 when the downsizing real-estate...
Lighter meals are perfect for the longer days that daylight savings time brings. Check out a few test kitchen favorites today at orlandosentinel.com/thedish. In the meantime, let's dish: Earth Day from the kitchen table. Every year on April 22 more than...
To appreciate just how badly state and local officials want to lure well-paying jobs to Florida, consider the case of Colt's Manufacturing Co. In 2011, officials promised $1.6 million in incentives to the iconic gun company, as part of a deal to open...
If she thought about it at all, Susan Arline Williams figured the old gun stored away in her daddy's closet was a wartime souvenir. Albert Arline, who died in 1991, didn't talk about the gun. Nor did he ever talk about the old, deadly trouble that...
Just one month into 2013 and it's already time to award the first round of Flubbies — recognizing the region's biggest public-relations flubs. We're talking moves so dim they made the Superdome's third-quarter lights look bright. There's a...
As a card-carrying member of the ICU (International Columnists Union), I supposedly have no choice but to blast the proposal to renovate Sun Life Stadium. Yes, it is my duty as a columnist to tell you not a dime of public money should be spent on this...
September is such a cruel month for Floridians. In our hearts, we know the weather is getting cooler elsewhere in the U.S., but there's little evidence of that here. Plus, hurricanes — and breathless hurricane coverage on TV — continue to...
It's tough for a columnist to bring home the bacon for very long without the requisite thick skin. Walk your opinions out into the public square and dissenters invariably rise up and claw at your hide. Case in point: The Trayvon Martin shooting. In...
With its tall white columns and wide green lawns, the Palm Beach mansion that Henry Flagler built for his bride Mary Lily Kenan was hailed in 1902 as "more magnificent than any private dwelling in the world." Originally called Whitehall, it's now the...
Central Florida's newest attraction wants you to slow down up in the air. The Cypress Canopy Cycle is now open at Florida EcoSafaris at Forever Florida, an ecotourism site in Osceola County. Think of the Cypress Canopy Cycle as a cross between a...
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