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Letter from the Editor: A Lasting Gift

An amazing way to help our teachers.

Story of a… Baby Cuddler

NASA retiree Rick Rapson has gone from tending space shuttles to caring for the weakest among us: preemies.

Extra Pulp: Queen of the House

This Mother's Day, Laura Anders Lee appreciates being the queen of her house.

Letter from the Editor: Search Party

You hold this issue in your hands. Bravo!

Extra Pulp: Bless This House

Columnist Laura Anders Lee finds that the journey toward a home sweet home has its share of sour moments.

African American Composers: Striking a Chord

A Bach Festival concert celebrates three African American classical composers whose talents shone despite racist obstacles.

Story of a… Butcher

As Raul Rubero of Orlando Meats puts it, “I like to say that meat brings people together.”

Extra Pulp: Road Trip Treasures

Laura Anders Lee recalls the simple pleasures of a family road trip.

Letter from the Editor: Unsteady Diet

Sharks, Doritos and other weighty issues.

Orlando Rocks

Brightening the city, one stone at a time.

Story of A… Deejay

Katie Silson taps into her well-honed performing skills in her quest to “use music alone to affect people.”

Bike Dreams

Can we ever find a path that leads to bicycles and cars sharing the road in harmony? Many believe so. Here’s a bit of history and a look to the future.

Story of an… Exchange Student

Native Bulgarian Miroslav Goranov attends UCF to experience life as a U.S. college student and grow his skill as a wildlife photographer.

A Florida Heart Grows Fonder

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, an ex-Orlandoan dedicates a love letter to a special someone­—the city of her youth.

Extra Pulp: The Karate Kids

Laura Anders Lee and her sons discover the benefits of karate at their local dojo.

Bob Opsahl: This Just In…

Former TV anchor Bob Opsahl misses the bustle of news but is learning to enjoy retirement. And, yes, the Channel 9 legend still looks like he’s drinking from the Fountain of Youth.

Letter From the Editor: Stunning Revelations

The zen of cold-stunned iguanas.

Leading Light: GladdeningLight Symposium

Through an annual symposium, Randy Robertson seeks to guide us—and himself—to the places where art and spirituality meet.

Story of a… Locksmith

With 37 years in the business, Rob Kowal still encounters formidable locks—and clients.

Extra Pulp: Change of Heart

A chance encounter with a family in need prompts Laura Anders Lee to resolve to become mindful of the needs of the less fortunate throughout the year.

Letter from the Editor: Watch This Space

Company's here...from outer space.

Meet the Faces of Orlando 2017—Part Two

In this series we will meet the faces behind some of the city’s most notable businesses.

Letter from the Editor: Star Turns

Privileged to be in the presence of stars.

Story of… Santa Claus

The jolly old elf who is “older than Methuselah” admits the best present can’t be put under the tree.

The Florida Project: A Bittersweet Adventure

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

Extra Pulp: My White (Christmas) Lie

Laura Anders Lee believes in the magic and wonder of the season.

Secily Wilson: A Voice for Empowerment

Two strokes couldn’t silence longtime TV anchor Secily Wilson, who uses her adversities as a springboard for helping other women.

The Performers

Meet 11 individuals whose diverse voices enrich our lives through music, theater, dance and the spoken word.

Extra Pulp: Frazzled But Thankful

Laura Anders Lee gives thanks for her chaotic, exhausting life as a mom.

Story of a... Zamboni Driver

Jesus Garcia has a cool job, literally, as ice resurfacer for the RDV Sportsplex and Amway Center.

Letter from the Editor: Just Clicking Through?

Don't mind me. Just clicking through.

Meet the Faces of Orlando 2017—Part One

In this series we will meet the faces behind some of the city’s most notable businesses.

Extra Pulp: The Pinterest Problem

Pinned down by Pinterest expectations, Laura Anders Lee asks: What’s a mom to do?

Story of a... Crime Scene Investigator

For Orlando Police Department investigator Chantal Styer, a good day means justice is done and nobody dies.

An Enduring Shepherd: Pastor Jim Henry

Three years ago, Pastor Henry answered the call to return to his old pulpit and guide a struggling congregation. He has served them well.

Letter from the Editor: A Culinary Odyssey

Exploring the rich opportunities for food quests and crawls.
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Guides & Resources

Orlando's Best Lawyers 2018

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

Orlando's Top Dentists of 2018

Our annual list featuring 224 of the area's finest dental professionals.

Guide to Private Schools 2018

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

2017 Premier Doctors

Our annual list of over 500 doctors.

Top Doctors 2017

The Annual List of the Top Doctors in Orlando.

Best Doctors 2017

The Annual List of the Best Doctors in Orlando.

Orlando's Top Chiropractors of 2017

Check out our 2017 list of some of the best chiropractors in the Orlando area.
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No Stranger

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

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Weekend Happenings May 11-13

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