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  • Tilikum returns to SeaWorld shows

     
    In case you missed the news, Tilikum, SeaWorld Orlando's orca that killed trainer Dawn Brancheau in February 2010, is returning to show biz. Tilikum's first performance in “Believe” is scheduled for Wednesday morning, March 30. SeaWorld says...
  • SeaWorld Orlando: New killer-whale show to debut April 22

     
    “One Ocean,” a new killer-whale show, will debut April 22, according to SeaWorld Orlando reports. The show will replace “Believe,” which has run since 2006 at Shamu Stadium. A video on the SeaWorld blog (www.insideseaworld.com)...
  • Final performance of SeaWorld’s ‘Believe’ is Thursday

     
    There are just a few performances left of SeaWorld's signature “Believe,” the Shamu-starring show that helped raise the bar for the park's entertainment offerings when it debuted in the spring of 2006. “Believe” had lofty ambitions...
  • Dawn Brancheau Foundation grant helps Orange shelter dogs

     
      Kat Kennedy of Orange County Animal Services shares this happy news: The shelter dogs at Orange County Animal Services are rejoicing at the news of an $11,900 grant from The Dawn Brancheau Foundation to provide play-yard equipment, heavy-duty turf grass...
  • Join Orange Animal Services, Dawn Brancheau Foundation for dog play yard dedication Sunday

     
        The public is welcome this Sunday, Jan. 29, at 10 a.m. at Orange County Animal Services for the dedication of the new, state-of-the-art dog play yard donated by the Dawn Brancheau Foundation.  Dawn was a trainer at SeaWorld Orlando who died during a...
  • SeaWorld Orlando: Changes have arrived at Dine With Shamu

     
    SeaWorld Orlando has reintroduced its Dine With Shamu program and has installed changes large and small. The dining experience returned Monday for theme-park guests after being closed since trainer Dawn Brancheau died when killer whale Tilikum dragged her...
  • SeaWorld Orlando: Dine With Shamu returns

     
    Dine With Shamu, the SeaWorld Orlando animal-interaction experience, returned to the theme park's lineup Monday. It was the first time for guests since the death of whale trainer Dawn Brancheau at the attraction in February 2010. Since then, SeaWorld...
  • SeaWorld Orlando: Offer lets kids eat for free at Dine With Shamu

     
    A new SeaWorld Orlando offer allows kids to eat for free at Dine With Shamu, a behind-the-scenes attraction at the theme park. For each paying adult, one child (ages 3-9) will eat for free under the offer, which is valid through Dec. 31, 2012.  The...
  • Show goes on for whale who killed trainer

    Show goes on for whale who killed trainer
    SeaWorld Orlando plans to put the killer whale Tilikum back into public performances beginning today, for the first time since the 6-ton whale killed a trainer at the marine park more than one year ago. SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment President Jim...
  • Orlando's top business stories in 2010

    Orlando's top business stories in 2010
    The good news for Central Florida is that 2010 can't be written off entirely as lost to a sour economy. This year's list of the region's top business stories begins and ends on a positive note. Joblessness, the housing slump and an overall slow recovery...
  • Judge orders SeaWorld to protect orca trainers

    Judge orders SeaWorld to protect orca trainers
     SAN DIEGO -- Killer whale trainers at SeaWorld San Diego may have to stay out of the water for good during the marine park's iconic Shamu shows, it was reported Thursday. An administrative law judge on Wednesday issued a ruling that SeaWorld must find a...
  • SeaWorld fights for future of killer-whale shows

    SeaWorld fights for future of killer-whale shows
    Nineteen months after an animal trainer was killed by one of its killer whales, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment heads to court next week to fight for the future of its iconic Shamu shows. SeaWorld is challenging the results of a federal investigation...