A forensic scientist by day, Kiersten Kevin—aka Amina Acid—brings an analytical passion to her sport.
Creep back in time to the opening of Disney’s Haunted Mansion.
The roads not taken (and for good reason).
The "Awww'' issue.
They came true for Nick Goody of Orlando, the matter-of-fact kid who was coached by Mom and now pitches for the legendary New York Yankees.
Ashley Deveau keeps her four-legged clients looking and feeling good at Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming in Thornton Park.
Greg Dawson muses on his new journey.
Orlando magazine photo editor Roberto Gonzalez captures in images how our city responded with love, resilience and unity in the days after the Pulse tragedy.
Best of Orlando: Our people.
What’s in name? Greg Dawson answers that question when he researches the science behind street-naming in new developments.
Ashley Priselac keeps the celebrities at Madame Tussauds Orlando looking their best.
One terrible day in June changed Orlando forever. But the worst acts imaginable carried out by a gunman inside the Pulse nightclub ultimately brought out the best in our community. We reflect on what we lost, and how our reaction to it will shape the image of Orlando the world will come to know.
These leaders are also making a mark in our community.
The power of great teachers.
Our annual list comprises politicians, entrepreneurs, educators, artists, philanthropists and others who are instrumental in shaping our community.
Evette Rahman, 51, owner of Sister Honey’s bakery, carries on her mother’s legacy.
Greg Dawson is eager to be called for jury duty—except when he’s not.
Greg Dawson ponders the Florida heat and the estimated temperature of hell.
“It’s not all glittery and sunshine,” says Jaclyn Fraser, 28, who powers through with “lots of caffeine.”
For four years, Jeff Sonksen has blazed a mile-long trail for public art along a Seminole County bikeway. And he’s nowhere near finished.
Freaky encounters with Mother Nature.
2 siblings find a way to unite their community after a pet’s shooting.
Greg Dawson recalls the good ol’ days of school recess, and finds that this cherished—and essential—play time for kids is quickly disappearing.
For Wayne Corbitt, 38, daily tours on the Everglades headwaters in Kissimmee never get old.
A harvest of awards, a pinch of sleuthing.
In pursuing one passion, Jennifer Erickson finds another—students.
According to Greg Dawson, the real “walking dead” are all around us, glued to their cell phones.
Like, love or wow? It’s complicated.
Join us as we offer snapshots of the people, places and issues that have shaped our community—and this magazine—for the past seven decades.
While reflecting on the city’s growth, Greg Dawson notes that the only constant is change