People and places that define Orlando
Disney’s Hall of Presidents reopens with ‘Robobama’ in the spotlight.
The Magic told us in June that they were close to a reaching a naming deal on the new Orlando Events Center, but a team spokesman wouldn’t offer any specifics. Therefore, we decided to come up with some sponsorship scenarios of our own.
The Plaza Cinema Café’s bumpy opening goes into an extended run, raising questions about the downtown multiplex’s management.
Denise Johnson opens her heart as her lingerie store closes.
The bankrupt 55 West development plans to open as an apartment building, biding its time for the condo market to come back.
After learning how his mother survived the Holocaust, Sentinel columnist Greg Dawson wondered if he could do her story justice.
Tired of sitting on the bench? Maybe you need a pep talk to help you get to the next level.
The Plaza Cinema Café has finally opened in downtown Orlando—and our reviews of it are mostly positive.
The national anthem is far from an easy song, but Catina Mack loves to sing it anyway.
In stopping SunRail for the second straight year, state Sen. Paula Dockery overcame formidable opposition. Of course, she did have the help of a three-ring binder filled with highlighted notes on the proposed commuter-rail project.
Brian Feldman’s occupation includes taking a 50-hour snooze nd attempting to cry. Nice work if you can get it.
He’s the newly elected U.S. representative for Florida’s 8th Congressional District. Grayson, 51, lives in Orlando with his wife and five children, ages 4 to 14.
Upon retiring from the Florida Supreme Court bench, Charlie Wells reflects on the 2000 presidential recount and returning home to Orlando.
At the Florida Film Festival, Glenn Close and Jon Voight talk about heroes, villains and what makes a film a classic.
Jeff Chase plays two roles in the new Star Trek film. But the roles aren’t as big as the actor who plays them.