For UCF students Todd Currie and Alice Neira, feeding the homeless has become a meaningful mission.
Orlando nonprofit Clean the World has turned the recycling of discarded hotel soap into a lifesaving venture.
For LGBT youth who face rejection because of their sexual orientation, the Zebra Coalition offers real-world support.
Michelle Beebs and her band of superheroes have a plan to take off—and the business savvy to do it.
Tap water is put to the test by the people who know it best.
When Yusuke Funaki discovered his passion for jumping rope, he left his lucrative career in engineering to join Cirque du Soleil.
The whimsical game of quidditch featured in the Harry Potter novels has a real-life Muggle version, and it’s more than meets the eye.
An auto accident wiped away Nathalie Nazario’s memories. But it also gave the Seminole State College student an extraordinary will to succeed.
At Axum Coffee, Renaut and Brooke van der Riet are serving the world, one cup at a time.
With his hard-hitting history of Florida, T.D. Allman raises more than a few hackles and eyebrows. And that’s just fine with him.
Paula Deen brings a new message of healthier cooking to Orlando.
Collectible cars feel the love from local hobbyists determined to keep past glory alive.
Devotees of so-bad-it’s-good moviemaking rediscover “Miami Connection’’ and its creator, Y.K. Kim.
Author and TV reporter Bob Kealing unearths rich but little-known gems of Orlando history.
Melanie Lentz-Janney followed her dream and made a movie about dreamy rocker Rick Springfield.
Providing eggs and entertainment, Orlando’s urban chickens apparently are all they’re cracked up to be.
The Grown Ass Woman Brigade marches to a message of irreverent independence.
Hockey’s Solar Bears are back. For fans with fond memories of the original team, it’s like they never left.