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  • Los Bravos de la Fania llegan al James Knight Center el 12 de septiembre

    Los Bravos de la Fania llegan al James Knight Center el 12 de septiembre
    Los rumores de que la salsa había muerto, han resultado prematuros. Sino, que le pregunten a Ismael Miranda, a Roberto Roena, a Bobby Valentín, y a Richie Ray y Bobby Cruz. Ellos dirán, por experiencia propia, que sólo basta con ir a algunas ciudades...
  • Breaking down the charges against the McDonnells

    Breaking down the charges against the McDonnells
    RICHMOND — The jury deciding the federal corruption case against Virginia's former governor and his wife is expected to hand down a total of 26 findings when they render their verdict after a five-week trial. Bob and Maureen McDonnell each face 12...
  • Cops: Dad charged with neglect for leaving infant alone in Wal-Mart

    Cops: Dad charged with neglect for leaving infant alone in Wal-Mart
    Bargain hunting took a backseat for a Clermont Wal-Mart customer who came across a young child alone in a shopping cart with no sign of an adult nearby. The customer at the store at 1450 Johns Lake Road noticed the girl alone in the cart just after 6 p....
  • Bundt cake bakery rises in Winter Park

     Bundt cake bakery rises in Winter Park
    At Winter Park's newest bakery, the goods come in just one shape, that unique circular design known as the Bundt. Nothing Bundt Cakes opened its first Central Florida location last week, specializing in ring-like cakes that swept the culinary world...
  • TV Review: 'The Chair'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Those lamenting the absence of "Project Greenlight" (yes, both of you) before HBO announced its planned revival will find another insider-ish means of exploring Hollywood (by way of Pittsburgh) in "The Chair," a Starz not-so-...
  • University holds vigil for slain journalist Steven Sotloff

    University holds vigil for slain journalist Steven Sotloff
    Former University of Central Florida student Steven Sotloff would have liked a quiet life in South Florida, where he could watch the Miami Dolphins and work a run-of-the-mill office job, a family spokesman said Wednesday. But the Middle East and the...
  • Helsel: State to kick in $1.26 million for land around Langley

    Helsel: State to kick in $1.26 million for land around Langley
    The city of Hampton will get $1.26 million from the state to buy land around Langley Air Force Base as part of an ongoing effort to protect and expand it, Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced said Wednesday. Del. Gordon Helsel, R-Poquoson, has been lobbying...
  • Conciertos y eventos culturales

    Conciertos y eventos culturales
    MÚSICA DE LA TIERRA Rock latino FECHA: 5 de septiembre LUGAR: Grand Central - Miami 697 N Miami Ave. HORA: Puertas abren 8 p.m. BOLETOS: $30   PRINCE ROYCE FECHA: 7 de septiembre LUGAR: Fillmore 1700 Washington Ave., Miami...
  • Bottoms up: Apopka lifts Sunday alcohol-sales ban

    Bottoms up: Apopka lifts Sunday alcohol-sales ban
    Cheers, Apopka. You can now buy booze on Sunday in Orange County's second-largest city. The Apopka City Council, after months of debate, lifted a ban on liquor sales that had been in place since Prohibition ended more than 80 years ago. Until...
  • Employment becomes Job 1 for Central Florida nonprofits

    Employment becomes Job 1 for Central Florida nonprofits
    When Mark Wermuth first went to the nonprofit Community Food & Outreach Center in Orlando, he was homeless, on food stamps and just starting a 12-step program for alcoholism. A little more than a year later, the 55-year-old is sober, renting an...
  • Bill Thompson: Former Dr. Phillips athletic director devoted life to students

    Bill Thompson: Former Dr. Phillips athletic director devoted life to students
    To overcome a paralyzing fear of heights, Bill Thompson forced himself to repeatedly climb an outdoor stairwell. And when the longtime Dr. Phillips athletic director grew comfortable with that, he took to the upper decks of stadiums and crossing bridges...
  • Judge: Deputies used entrapment in Osceola County sting

     Judge: Deputies used entrapment in Osceola County sting
    An Osceola County judge threw out all charges Tuesday in an April Fool's Day sting that led to the arrests of residents who were either homeless or poor. Circuit Judge Jon B. Morgan dismissed felony theft charges against seven defendants after ruling...