For this Winter Park couple, bikes are the way to go—sometimes.
Advertising That Turns Heads
Rod Price prepares for a 1,200-mile test.
If your head is full of useless factoids but you’re not quite ready for Jeopardy!, test your knowledge against other like-minded people at bars and restaurants that host trivia nights. Here are a few we checked out:
In staying old, the city’s main drag keeps up with the times.
The Magic of a TV Weathercast
Starbucks coffee was a wake-up call to Steven Mikel, who now works in shades of mocha.
With the passing of their seventh-grade math teacher, former Lockhart students, many in their 40s and 50s, recall the sum of his heart.
This enclave of Orlando stays present by holding on to its past.
Adventures in Parking at 4Rivers
Roller derby rolls into Orlando, drawing seemingly mild-mannered women with a vengeance.
Confectioners’ mistakes spell sweet success for blogger Jen Yates, now a best-selling author.
Feeling threatened by his new neighbors, the ‘killer bees,’ the writer launches a preemptive attack.
Donating Is in His Blood
Tires ain’t pretty. But the onetime pitchman’s TV ads about them were beauties.
Edgewater High School students are moving to an $83 million campus this month, and some of the icons that have helped define EHS are being given places of honor in the Eagles’ new nest.
Philosophical conversations and books form the bond of friendship for the writer and a retired doctor in his 90s.
A Magic Mystery and Fox History