January 2011

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In This Issue

Moving Memories

Edgewater High School students are moving to an $83 million campus this month, and some of the icons that have helped define EHS are being given places of honor in the Eagles’ new nest.

Lunch With Norm

Philosophical conversations and books form the bond of friendship for the writer and a retired doctor in his 90s.

At Jernigan’s, Game On!

For a certain type of person, dining at Amway Center’s glitzy flagship restaurant is even better than watching the Magic play.

City Dining on Church Street

Answer Man

A Magic Mystery and Fox History

Top Picks

Mount Dora

This lakeside town 40 minutes from Orlando is full of homespun charm and out-of-towners seeking nostalgia.

OrlandoLeaks: Got a Secret?

Charlie: You should ditch the GOP and go rogue—it’s your only hope to win the Senate race.

The Story of a... Firefighter

Seminole County fireman Andy Johnson, 25, has battled flames and fire ants, but he still hasn’t had to rescue a cat from a tree.

The Theme Is Impudence

Disney may have defined the modern theme park, but Universal has developed its own, somewhat edgier approach—and it seems to be working.

Exercise in Utility

Looking to get in shape in 2011 (but not motivated enough to stick with a gym routine)? Hit the ground running with fitness accessories and workout equipment for home use.

Tree Huggers in Residence

There’s no place like a green home for eco-students living on Rollins campus.

Hearts of Gold

They range in age from 12 to 89. They include a computer store owner and a pro golfer, a concert booker and a radio personality, a college student and a middle schooler, among others. They help children and veterans, arts organizations and hospitals, the hungry, the homeless, the helpless. They live among us and inspire by example. They are 11 local people with “hearts of gold” who give back to this community in so many ways.

One Hit Wonder

But what a hit Jeanie Linders’ play, Menopause the Musical, has been since its debut in Orlando 10 years ago. The show inspired by a hot flash has changed Linders’ formerly hard-luck life, yielding wealth, love and good will.
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