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5 Ways to Make Dad’s Day This Father’s Day in Orlando

Spend quality time with Dad on June 17, with festive brunches, theme-park adventures, fishing trips and golf outings the whole family will enjoy.

Kid Kontributor of the Month

Everything you need to know about our new program for young writers.

Introducing the Kid Kontributor of the Month

Read about Jake's passion for the rides at Universal Orlando Resort, and learn all about our new monthly feature, the "Kid Kontributor of the Month."

Past Presence

Two years on, Pulse remains an ever-changing phenomenon.

Mango's Brings A Little SoBe To I-Drive

Liven up any day of the week with a stop at Mango's.

No Stranger

Chelsea Talmadge of Netflix's "Stranger Things'' grew up in Orlando. A part in the Fringe Festival has drawn her back home.

Ace Cafe's First “Ace-iversary” Celebration

Head to this all-day celebration with a car show, live bands, beer tastings, and more!

Time for Taste

Taste of Haiti will display the value of taking time in cooking. Saturday's event also features music, art, games and much more.

"Alou" Book Signings

Author Peter Kerasotis will be at two bookstores this weekend to discuss and sign copies of his new book about baseball great Felipe Alou.

A "Rotten" Review

Actually, "Something Rotten," unlike its title, is a fresh, rousing sendup of Shakespeare's Elizabethan-era genius and the most popular favorites of contemporary musical theater.

Generocity Orlando 2018

Orlando magazine hosts its second annual Generocity Orlando event on April 18, 2018 — a Party with a Purpose, celebrating dozens of Central Florida’s nonprofit organizations.

Paying It Forward

Harris Rosen's compassion for the stricken people of Haiti is an ongoing mission of hope.

Slice of Life

Earthy, charming, playful: "Waitress" is a delicious musical treat.

Health Hub: Colorectal Cancer is 90 percent CURABLE

"Be Not Afraid of Greatness..."

Post-grad theater student Amanda Lee assumes nigh every duty as she stages a production of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night'' with an all-female cast of friends.

Science Shtick

A mixer at the Orlando Science Center will reach for the stars as well as the heights of humor.

Jewish Roots

A history center exhibit includes the agricultural beginnings that sparked the growth of the Jewish community in the Orlando area.

Emotional Elegance

Beginnings and endings mark Orlando Ballet’s upcoming performances of 'Romeo and Juliet.'

Street Views

A Snap! Space show focuses on photographers Jamel Shabazz and Shawn Theodore. Plus a look at other striking local exhibits.

Health Hub: Why Everyone Needs a Primary Care Physician

Making the Grade

Energetic 'School of Rock' is great fun as it disses stodginess with a rebellious riff.

Health Hub: GERD Awareness Week

This Thanksgiving, we're grateful for GERD Awareness.

Small Talk

The 7-year-old stars of "The Florida Project'' dish on friendship, scene-shooting drudgery and jelly sandwiches.

A Bittersweet Adventure

The filmmakers behind "The Florida Project'' tell how they settled on Orlando for a story about scrappy "welfare motel" kids.

Health Hub: Kids Can Achieve a Healthy Weight

And improve the health of the whole family

Time as Landscape: Inquiries of Art and Science

Museum debuts original exhibition and new acquisitions by Luis Camnitzer, Julie Mehretu, Richard Mosse, and Tomás Saraceno.

Meeting With Fashion

Orlando magazine writer Maddy Zollo Rusbosin talks with Stacee Michelle, wardrobe stylist and fashion correspondent.

Balm After the Storm

Call us captivated by a stellar 'La Mancha' at Shakespeare Theater and an intriguing art exhibit at OMA.

Writing Out the Storm

Humor helped prepare us for anything—except reality.

Indoor Activities for the Whole Family

When the rain keeps you cooped up and the power's out, try these activities for keeping entertained.

A Word From the Wise

Legendary hurricane expert Bryan Norcross offers tips on being prepared for storm Irma.

Think You Have an Enlarged Prostate?

Urologist Richard Lotenfoe, M.D. answers questions about symptoms and discusses a minimally invasive breakthrough treatment.

Weekend Happenings Aug 18 to 20

Know what's happening in and around Orlando for the weekend.

Health Hub: Send Your Kids Back to School Healthy

A back-to-school physical should be on your checklist.

Weekend Happenings Aug 4 to 6

Know what's happening in and around Orlando for the weekend.

Summer Expressions

A Saturday evening reception will kick off an exhibition of more than two dozen artists at The Art Gallery at Mills Park.
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Guides & Resources

Retirement Living 2019

This feature highlights several great retirement communities that Central Florida has to offer.

Orlando's Best Lawyers 2019

Our annual list includes hundreds of Orlando-area attorneys in dozens of areas of practice.

Orlando's Top Dentists of 2019

Our annual list featuring 220 of the area's finest dental professionals.

Guide to Private Schools 2019

Our searchable annual database will help you chart an educational course for your family.

Top Doctors 2018

The Annual List of the Top Doctors in Orlando.

Best Doctors 2018

The Annual List of the Best Doctors in Orlando.

Orlando's Top Chiropractors of 2018

Check out our 2018 list of some of the best chiropractors in the Orlando area.
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MetropolyRecent Blog Posts

A Heartfelt Message

A teenage loner learns to let down his mask in "Dear Evan Hansen," a touching examination of adolescent loss.

Health Hub: Benefits Of Minimally Invasive Surgery

Advancing medicine using the most innovative surgical procedures is at the heart of AdventHealth’s surgical programs. Find out more!

Hermès Takes Flight in Orlando

Say bonjour to the newest luxury boutique at The Mall at Millenia.

Cirque Under the Big Top

They’re back! If you’re been pining for “La Nouba,’’ check out the dazzling “Luzia,” through April 21 at The Florida Mall.

Health Hub: Colon Cancer

If you're 45, it's time to get screened.
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