In the aftermath of Pulse, a cross section of caring souls has emerged to help mend a community—and themselves.
Whether he's writing about mice or memory, his humor and heart shine through. Billy Collins is perhaps the most popular poet in the country, living quietly among us.
Our annual sneak peek at what’s to come in Central Florida, including museum exhibits and musical, theatrical and dance performances.
A hub of activity, Colonial TownPark gives Lake Mary life after dark.
For Jennifer Lee, 46, helping people change is the name of the game.
From stage to gallery, here’s a glimpse of Central Florida’s cultural offerings in the upcoming months.
Starbucks coffee was a wake-up call to Steven Mikel, who now works in shades of mocha.
Sitting through one lousy movie is tough enough, but two? For some people, that’s entertainment.
Even the clueless can have a good time trying to solve a whodunit at Sleuths dinner theater.
Set to open this month, the much anticipated $5 million expansion of the Morse Museum will seek to capture the spirit of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s Long Island estate.
Disney may have defined the modern theme park, but Universal has developed its own, somewhat edgier approach—and it seems to be working.
The city’s million-dollar art collection in the new Amway Center isn’t for everyone yet. In the meantime, enjoy the reproductions.
At the Orlando Improv Festival, performers spun comedy out of thin air—and audience suggestions.
Treasure Tavern, a new attraction for grown-ups, has comedians, a contortionist and that old vaudevillian spirit.
These lunch ladies cater to parents with a distaste for what their kids are eating in school.
Keep an eye out for these best bets on the 2010-11 arts-and-entertainment agenda.
Harry Potter’s world is, indeed, magical, but will it do the trick for Universal?
Despite its cozily domestic theme, this year’s Florida Film Festival had edge and eccentricity.
Universal’s world of Harry Potter presents a challenge to an established version of magic.