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When the CBS television series "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" was in expansion mode, it was fun to think about a potential "CSI: Orlando." Surely, the writers could work up murder mysteries using distinctive elements of The City Beautiful, such as the...
Come Sunday our evenings will be a little brighter with the advent of daylight-saving time. Here are 15 places in — or very near — downtown Orlando that are great for alfresco meals. Each has its own personality and pluses. Citrus, 821 N....
The cutesy, hackneyed frights of Halloween will come as a welcome reprieve to the real-life terrors we've lived through this year. Ghastly stories of unemployment and bankruptcies have been an everyday occurrence. And even with the good news Thursday that...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Holidays, Bankruptcy, Halloween, Swine Flu
In what could be the first sign of thawing in downtown Orlando's iced-over condominium market, an auction of bankrupt tower The Vue at Lake Eola is attracting a pack of big-money bidders. The auction set for Monday of 165 units at the Vue, along with...
There have been more false starts for the return of Church Street Station to its former glory in downtown Orlando than missed free throws by Dwight Howard during a typical Magic game. But if anything is ever going to resurrect the complex of...
An earlier version of this column incorrectly identified the status of developer-owned units at The Vue at Lake Eola. The units are for sale. The empty 32-story tower known as 55 West on the Esplanade is expected to begin to show some signs of life...
Tags: Condos, Rentals, Condos and Houses, Apartments
Orlando tourism executives are hoping Kyle and Stacey do for Orlando what Kevin and Jill did for wacky wedding videos: create a phenomenon. The Orlando/Orange County Convention & Visitors Bureau's latest marketing gimmick thrusts two 25-year-olds from...
The Senator, one of the oldest trees in the world and a local gem, died in a mystifying fire on Monday, but I'm not buying the cause. The state Division of Forestry said it wasn't arson, after firefighters earlier said it was. Instead, forestry trotted...
Mayor Buddy Dyer has become an international villain in his battle with Food Not Bombs. These good souls are trying to feed the hungry. And then Buddy, who looks as if he never let a plate of barbecue ribs pass by untouched, has them arrested for the...
Orlando continues to make worldwide news. Here's the headline from London's Daily Mail: "Please don't feed the homeless: Good Samaritans ARRESTED and facing jail ... for handing out food." It'll be fun to see how Visit Orlando spins that into an...
Enough already with news of the frustrating. There's a lot to love about this place we call home. So for Thanksgiving week, I wanted to share with you 100 things about Central Florida that I'm thankful for. Finding 100 was easy. In fact, after...
Today we're looking back at this week's elections — the winners and losers, the game-changing moments and some details you may not know about the folks you just elected. Losers: Dean Cannon and Mike Haridopolos. No, they didn't get bounced from...
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