Greg Dawson laments the need for team sports outside Publix—students raising money so they can keep their sports groups alive.
The importance of good works.
They help get the vote out, minister to the homeless, counsel the grieving, give kids a sense of purpose.
Addicted to burgers on the run.
Reality TV star Jime Litwalk, 40, has inked locals and celebrities alike in a career spanning more than 20 years.
Greg Dawson never falls for financial seminars—unless a steak is at stake.
Hairstylist Chris Martin gives pageant hopefuls crucial advice and a big dose of confidence.
Pets as ministers of good cheer.
Greg Dawson has doubts about the “warm welcome” he gets when he enters a store.
Tori, a 9-year-old St. Bernard/Golden Retriever mix, gives comfort and joy to Orlando Health patients.
Our 2015 edition features stories about pet health, fun finds, and more, plus the lucky winners of our annual pet contest.
The lucky 7 winners of our 2015 pet contest.
Pets in the office can raise spirits, cut stress and make you feel good about your job. So consider taking your dog—or sloth—to work.
When pets are diagnosed with cancer, their owners face tough decisions. Often the choice is to give these closest friends a fighting chance.
Major study looks at cancer risk in canines.
Finding interim homes for rescues is critical to success. And “failure’’ isn’t all bad.
Through years of intense training, Ian Frierson, 31, has mastered the ability to transform his body and work the crowd.
Greg Dawson discovers that you can go home again, but it probably won’t be exactly as you remembered it.
Best of Orlando—the cutting-room floor.
Readers and staff pick the best of the city.
Perry Jr., Sublette, Shugart, Grayson, Pugh, Marchena, Demings, Wick, Aguel
German, McGee, Webster, Maladecki, Sheehan, NeJame, Batchelor, West, Stuart, LaRoe, Hill, plus 10 to Watch
Greg Dawson is feeling kind of antsy about a possible takeover from below.
Our annual list comprises politicians, entrepreneurs, educators, philanthropists and others who are instrumental in shaping our community.
A look back at the first 50 Most Powerful issue.
They show their age beautifully—and yet they are ageless. Orlando’s live oak trees have put down roots, spread out and thrived for centuries. And their magnificence continues to grow on us.
For more than half his life, Brian Bradley, 60, has made others laugh—and learned to master tough crowds.
Dyer, Morgan, Houmann, Hitt, Jenkins, Jacobs, Gardiner, Downs, Rosen, Kalogridis
Williams, Martins, Mica, Cohen, Thakkar, Ashton, Nelson, Rawlins, Ustler, Kruppenbacher
Maines, Miller, Simmons, Ramsberger, Siegel, Macnab, Whittall, Brown II, Bailey, Maxwell, German
Reflections on grits and nitwits.
Greg Dawson gets all misty eyed—from debris sent airborne by leaf blowers.
With 15 years on Winter Park’s lakes, Dan Lancaster, 77, has seen it all: wildlife fights, stormy weather and a “dead boat.”
Nicolas Jay, 43, paints his body, dresses in costume, and stays perfectly still to entertain audiences at Disney World.