Laura Anders Lee has traveled extensively and discovered that the world is actually a tiny place.
In praise of our besties on Swan Lake.
John Neal rises to the challenges of “one of the last professions that is physically and cerebrally demanding.”
Acclaimed songwriter Sharon Vaughn, known for her country tunes, returns to the hometown where so much of her music took root.
Issues that need a show of strength.
Former competitive surfer Molli Miller now gets her biggest thrill from teaching the next generation how to catch and ride the waves.
Laura Anders Lee finds that her two boys are still competitive, but also finding their way to developing a brotherly bond.
This brand-new, high tech waterpark makes having fun a breeze!
Missing tickets make memories fade even faster.
Second Harvest’s product line supports its culinary training program.
A teen, a driver’s license and a reliable car
A diagnosis turns a young woman’s life upside down, leading her to rethink storybook heroes for kids.
Self-taught sculptor Kelly Joy Ladd says she hopes “to bring joy and wonderment to people through my art.”
If you’re a lover of food, history, golf, adventure, wellness or the beach, these six destinations will fulfill your dreams of the ultimate getaway.
Our annual guide to great cuisine, with 20 picks from Dining Critic Joseph Hayes, selections by readers in 57 categories, and four new inductees into our Dining Hall of Fame.
As Laura Anders Lee fondly recalls her summer camp days, she sends her son off to make his own memories.
Some glamorous ways to give back.
Dan Dunwoody’s love of insects took flight in elementary school, and he’s never looked back.
Women who are making a positive impact on our community.
A leader with perfect harmony.
Working behind the scenes at the Dr. Phillips Center, Kerrie Bishop is skilled at making everyone on stage look just right.
Grammy-winning choral director Jeffery Redding brings arts cachet, educator fame to West Orange High.
The crowds! The cost! The inappropriate slogans! Clothes shopping may never be in fashion for this wife and mom.
Laura Anders Lee reminisces about growing up while doing her best to let her boys “off the leash.”
New Year's resolutions—a bit late.
Teen who lost older sister to a rare disease creates a sibling support website to help people like her move forward.
He’s been at gunpoint, cussed out and assaulted, but Terry Clunk still believes the sky’s the limit for his misunderstood industry.
Laura Anders Lee's basketball lessons for life.
Glad to have Steve Spurrier among us.
For Debbie Helsel, Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge in Lake Nona is home.
The legendary Steve Spurrier is once again ready for launch, this time as head coach of the newly minted Orlando Apollos. And the Ol’ Ball Coach has a bunch of plays he thinks you’ll like.
How one woman provided artists of all ages a place they could call home.
From our biggest successes to fun facts, take a look at our Year In Review Snapshot!
Meet a group of community angels whose caring nature makes Orlando a better place.
Big drops in the ocean.