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Dining@LargeHate to break your hearts, foodies, but it looks like ESPN Zone in the Inner Harbor is closing.At least that's what an unidentified source tells the LA Times. The source tells the Times that Walt Disney Co., which owns the chain,......
The Skinny: Diets and workouts and life, oh my! | Sun-Sentinel BlogsOnline world, I love thee. I'm spending my Mother's Day with my beautiful two children -- Zany turns 4 on Monday -- at the Port Orleans Riverside hotel at Disney. After a day lounging at the pool, we'll head over......
Tags: Mother's Day
Disney World answered a burning question last week: What's going on at Downtown Disney? If you missed the news, the company revealed a major expansion of its stores and eateries, the addition of two parking garages and a new name to reflect a new emphasis...
The Irish toast "sláinte" translates to "health," but let's face it: St. Patrick's Day isn't known for encouraging much variety in your diet, at least where drinking is concerned. Belly up to the bar on March 17, and what are your traditional options?...
For Central Florida music fans, "Heavy and Light" concerts to raise awareness for the nonprofit support organization To Write Love On Her Arms are already an annual tradition. This year, the event has expanded into a national tour, which concludes its...
Tags: Concerts, Poetry, Music, Lake Buena Vista, Melbourne
Huddle up, Orlando. We may be 900 miles away from the nearest competitor in this year's NFL matchup between the Baltmore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers, but this is still the Super Bowl. Advertisers pour the economy of a small country into this game,...
At first glance, the Chicago Cultural Mile ("Where Culture & Commerce Meet") resembles nothing so much as a gerrymandered congressional district. According to its website, this officially arty and mercantile stretch begins at Michigan Avenue and the...
Downtown Disney could be on a roll again. Splitsville Luxury Lanes brings a spark of activity that's both retro and modern to the West End of the shopping and entertainment complex. The bowling alley/eatery stays lively through the day and into the...
Staring down a pile of dirty pots and pans is no way to end Thanksgiving Day. And for many celebrants, T-day is simply a single day off from the workweek. To avoid the Friday leftover energy crash, consider eating out this year. Local restaurants...
Tags: International Drive, Salads, Breads, Caesar Salads, Pumpkin
Nothing brings relief to the dog days of summer like a thorough drenching at a water park. Orlando's all-wet attractions share certain characteristics: lazy rivers, raft rides, wave pools, upscale cabanas and combo-ticket ties to theme parks. Today we...
Sure, Pleasure Island has resembled a ghost town for two years, but now it's officially dead. Walt Disney World announced last week its plans to rename and reinvent the area, the center segment of Downtown Disney. Coming up is the Hyperion Wharf name....
Like many retail outlets, Downtown Disney has been in flux in recent years. Along with a changing lineup of tenants, Disney World's entertainment complex has slogged through its intention to increase its shopping and dining options. Some of this came...
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