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I'm ticked off that mail posted in Los Angeles last month, which has no value except sentimental value to me, has still not arrived here, in Florida! Too many people are not taught what is and is not acceptable behavior in this country. Oh well,...
Benjamin French is part of a French bakery and cafe invasion in Central Florida. Owner Benjamin Coquillou's eatery recently moved to Thornton Park after a stint on Goldenrod Road in Orlando. The new space near downtown O-town is lean and modern, which...
It's Halloween and I have treats ready for the small goblins who will stop by. A few years back my stepson dressed as a banana for this occasion. I don't know what the attraction was to dressing as food, but I saw others walking around too. There was a...
While FSU tries to prove it's back where it belongs among the big boys in college football, the Seminoles have already surpassed that effort on the recruiting landscape. Saturday night, prior to then-No. 5-ranked FSU's 23-13 loss to No. 1 Oklahoma,...
Tags: Mobile, Tampa, Mount Dora, Bo Jackson, Jimbo Fisher
There's something satisfying about watching somebody decide that they can fight City Hall. Maybe it's the idea that the little guy, if he tries hard enough, does stand a chance against the big-moneyed interests or a stubborn bureaucracy. Or perhaps we're...
When it comes to crying NIMBY, there are universally accepted reasons: highways, Walmarts or, worst of all, stinky landfills. And then there's death. Cemeteries or other storage of human remains also trigger loud howls of Not in My Backyard. That's the...
It's cliché to say the wheels of justice turn slowly, but at least they turned in Allen Adler's favor. I wrote about Adler more than a year ago when he feared he had lost $2,649 in a time-share scam to International Paradigm Marketing of Winter Garden,...
This week begins the fourth holiday season since the start of the recession — and the almost-as-ruthless recovery. Foreclosures are still a mess. The federal deficit looms over the government's budget like a TSA agent, ready to pat down Social...
Sentinel ColumnistHarry Heller Falk was watching TV when he first saw the news about Bernard Madoff. He knew the name instantly. His family, owners of the Heller Bros. citrus packing and shipping business that dates back to 1925 in Winter Garden, had been investors with...
Tags: Bernard Madoff, Fraud, Winter Park, Senior Health, Maitland
Lurking along the sidelines at The Swamp on Saturday night were probably more than 40 potential Gators getting a taste of college football's big stage. Alabama-Florida, SEC style. Every player had to come away impressed.. If some of these Florida Gator...
It has been a roadside attraction in Clermont for 50 years, about a decade longer than Mickey Mouse has been in the neighborhood. Yet somehow, I had never made the pilgrimage to the Presidents Hall of Fame, the "educational wonderland" that celebrates...
Tags: Clermont, White House, Florida, Politics
The Bottom Line - Beth Kassab on Business - Orlando SentinelToday I'm at the Florida Venture Forum's Early Stage conference, a convergence of people with big ideas hoping to meet people will big money. In fact, you can tell who has the deep pockets. Typically, it's the people with the big crowds of entrepreneurs...
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