In a recent sunny afternoon in downtown Winter Park, a bespectacled man with an athletic build stands atop a plastic milk crate and treats passersby to an impromptu political speech. It’s the city’s a...[MORE]
Like most thoughtful individualswith hearts that actually beat, we spent a good portion of the past couple of weeks under a pink pall of doom. We doused our melancholia with the requisite six mimosas ...[MORE]
Somewhere between the Harris Engineering building and the edge of Gemini Boulevard on the University of Central Florida’s main campus in east Orlando is a tranquil parcel of land dotted with pines, pa...[MORE]
It was not unlike watching an anthill-kicking in reverse last Friday, when all the little people of the City Beautiful scurried en masse to the epicenter of all future Orlando activity, the new Amway ...[MORE]
Last month, an 18-year-old man named Irving Santana was shot to death in Philadelphia. Press, police and politicians alike united in righteous anger – not at the killer but at the state of Florida. ...[MORE]
On July 18, Orlando composer Benoit Glazer received a letter from Texas. Strangely, three of the four enclosed pages did not address him directly. Rather, they referred to him in the third person. The...[MORE]
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