Retired Maj. Gen. John C. Raaen Jr., 91, lived through the hell of D-Day—and penned a soldier’s story about it.
For LGBT youth who face rejection because of their sexual orientation, the Zebra Coalition offers real-world support.
Discretion is the key to being a good butler—and Debi Pappas is more than happy to teach you the trade.
Michelle Beebs and her band of superheroes have a plan to take off—and the business savvy to do it.
John Pyles, 50, of Orlando, has crafted a career out of living the still life.
Take on the night in stunning evening wear that will catch every eye in the room. All black never goes out of style, especially when emphasized by distinct textures—think calfskin, leather, a little bit of lace—and every girl’s favorite accessory: diamond
Lee Corso, ESPN’s College GameDay icon, tackles life with a full (mascot) head of steam.
Tap water is put to the test by the people who know it best.
Maria Wood, 38, and her slithery companions educate and delight audiences of all ages.
Here’s a sampling to whet your appetite and get you started on a season-long adventure in art, theater, music, dance, literature, film, history and science.
Our 2013 list features 65 veterinarians in 14 specialties.
When Yusuke Funaki discovered his passion for jumping rope, he left his lucrative career in engineering to join Cirque du Soleil.
Joe Rimer, 48, keeps cool by creating life-like sculptures made from giant blocks of ice.
You might call them the class of 72: the winners of our annual Best of Orlando poll in six dozen categories.
For 15 years, Lloyd Lightsey, 52, has had a blast lighting up the night sky.
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.
Ethan Anderson, 24, communes with the animals as a Central Florida Zoo hoof stock keeper.
At Axum Coffee, Renaut and Brooke van der Riet are serving the world, one cup at a time.