At the Florida Film Festival, Glenn Close and Jon Voight talk about heroes, villains and what makes a film a classic.
He’s the newly elected U.S. representative for Florida’s 8th Congressional District. Grayson, 51, lives in Orlando with his wife and five children, ages 4 to 14.
Jeff Chase plays two roles in the new Star Trek film. But the roles aren’t as big as the actor who plays them.
He’s an economist who researches and forecasts Florida’s economy. Fishkind, 59, has offices in Orlando, Naples and Port St. Lucie.
When he’s not forecasting the weather on FOX 35, Jim Van Fleet is singing in The Reign.
City sidewalks jammin’ with 10-foot-tall guitar sculptures.
From Chicago to Orlando, artist Charles Turzak left his mark in woodcuts and paintings.
Allen Moore is caught up in the drama, but he prefers to work behind the scenes.
Known for serving stiff drinks, the late owner of ‘Wally’s’ is remembered for his soft side.
The cutely named Valentine has been a professional matchmaker for more than 10 years. Her office is in Winter Park.
A downtown walking tour is a spirited exploration of Orlando’s more lurid history.
The actress can’t contain herself in her role as a brand spokeswoman.
Networks cut away from Joel Hunter’s benediction at the Democratic Convention, likely sparing the conservative local pastor further criticism from his brethren.
Lou Pearlman’s most frequent jail visitor reveals details of her relationship with the onetime impresario. Lately, she’s had a change of heart about him.
He’s been the tax collector of Orange County since 1964. He’s 92.
Kidney stones, once an affliction found mainly in adults, are turning up in children. Nephrologists link salty diets and sodas to the trend.
A Winter Park professional gets to know the artist–grandfather he never met by collecting the man’s illustrations.
He served 16 years as Orange County sheriff. Beary, 51, lives in Apopka.
An Orlando lawyer decides to become part of the solution, which can lead to problems.
As the economy swoons, local theaters realize that the shows can’t go on.
Wendy Shiner is on a mission to provide hospitalized and active duty veterans with books. If only she knew why.
Instrumentalist Christian Tamburr, who once wowed Orlando jazz fans, is in demand.
In time for Valentine’s Day, a play arrives in Orlando to instruct us in the fine art of romance.
The city is on the verge of having two competing heart-transplant programs.
When C. Britt Beemer forecasts holiday sales figures, everybody listens.
He’s the president and CEO of the Orlando/Orange County Convention & Visitors Bureau.