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The Lee Boys were scheduled to perform at Orlando's Plaza Live this weekend, but the plans were changed in honor of a musical friend. Now, the Sacred Steel-Southern rock ensemble known for putting gospel style into a blender with Jimi Hendrix-worthy...
There is much to love about this place we call home. That's why, at this time of year, I like to take a break from the intense and the nonsense to share some of the things that I'm most thankful for in Central Florida. Last year, readers helped me...
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. Is it wrong to be thinking about leftovers already? Now let's see what our supermarket sleuths have discovered for this week: Lost Still lost: Banquet made the Cookin' Bags of turkey or beef with gravy in a boil in bag....
Tags: Orlando, The Hershey Co.
There's more ice in ICE! this season at Gaylord Palms. "You'll see 2 million pounds of ice, which is really, really cool," says Jeff Abbaticchio, the Kissimmee resort's director of public relations. The annual way-below-freezing event at Gaylord Palms...
Two new roller coasters and an additional high-flying attraction are key parts of a $25 million expansion next year at the Fun Spot location near International Drive. The attraction tripled its space with a land purchase last year, and it plans to triple...
Tags: Busch Gardens Orlando, Prices, Tampa, Cypress Gardens
I can't tell how many souls in South Florida were actually saved last Sunday, but it appears that a good many of them went to vote. The success of "Souls to the Polls" and other get out the black vote efforts should ease concerns that this particular...
Tags: Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Polls, Politics, Republican Party
Gaylord Palms is giving new meaning to "going green." Its annual ICE! extravaganza has adopted a "Shrek the Halls" theme, starring the animated-film ogre and other characters from the Shrek movies, including Fiona, Donkey, Puss in Boots and Gingy. So...
It's embarrassing admission time for your Postcards correspondent. I've never been to Gatorland, the iconic, old-school attraction that has been beckoning tourists to pass beneath its ridiculously enormous pointy-toothed jaws for more than half a...
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...
Tags: Orlando, Altamonte Springs, Cinnamon, Walmart
From downtown Orlando, a 200-mile market basket takes a wide sweep north toward Gainesville, circles beyond Tampa to the west and Micco to the east and goes as far south as Clewiston. The loop takes in a generous portion of the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic...
Kissimmee's 3 Sisters Speakeasy recounts a tale on its website about siblings Ruth, Dodie and Fannie running a hidden bar during Prohibition. Patrons knew to knock three times and offer the password: apple pie. Dodie would open the heavy wooden doors...
I'm ticked off that there are actually drivers out there who don't realize that pedestrians have the right of way, accept on major highways. I'm ticked off at the certain medical provider's office in St. Cloud (and Kissimmee.) To refuse to provide...
Tags: Interstate 4, Holidays, St. Cloud
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