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Time to take inventory and restock my baking goods to make some holiday treats. I like to make my own confections to share with friends and neighbors. Now let's see what our supermarket sleuths have discovered this week: Found Deborah found cinnamon...
The Monday after the numbing commercial frenzy of Black Friday weekend, it was a breath of fresh air to stroll through a quiet forest of Fraser firs, Scotch Pines and Blue Spruces and inhale a piney remembrance of simpler Christmases past. Sadly, it was...
I'm ticked off at the full-timers where I work who think they own their work stations. You, too, have to share them, so get over it. To the moron who said "football is a 'man' thing:" Go bury yourself in a hole where you belong. I, and many females, know...
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Some of the people who fascinate me most are those who stop everything they are doing, midlife, to follow a calling. The CEO who wants to teach kindergarten. The former Marine who becomes a social worker. Here in Central Florida, I'm seeing a new...
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...
Linda Dunavent spoke to me about being a victim of workplace bullying in hopes of encouraging others like her to break their silence and join her campaign for a legal remedy to behavior still outside the reach of the law. The response to the story...
As we head into a busy holiday season highlighted by Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's, let me be among the first to wish you Merry Diwali and a Happy Al-Hijra! Diwali, a Hindu holiday known as the "festival of lights," starts Tuesday. On Thursday,...
Tags: Rome (Italy), India, Lake Mary, Hanukkah, Holidays
For a guy involved with hit records by everyone from the Backstreet Boys to pop star Mandy Moore and rock outfit Shinedown, Tony Battaglia has no commercial expectations for his first solo album. "I wanted to get this stuff off my chest, if for no...
Q: My ex-husband and I were married 10 years. Is it true that I can choose to take his Social Security benefits ( if it is more) rather than mine when it comes time for me to retire? He has since remarried. L.H., Orlando A: Yes, that is true. If you...
Some places come and go, and we hardly notice. Others are around so long they weave themselves into our lives. They comfort us like a warm blanket. And when they go, we feel like a piece of home is lost. Many of us will feel that way when Brandywine's...
For most of us, the universe doesn't revolve around Teresa Jacobs and Buddy Dyer. Our mayoral duo may pull the strings of governments in Orange County and Orlando, but very little of what they do affects us personally or very dramatically. In fact, for...
At 48, after a potpourri of jobs including movie ticket-taker, restaurant server and car stereo installer, Bob Schmerling now works full time in a call center of a major retailer. He lives in a studio apartment, does not have cable TV, pays for his own...
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