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  • New president of Orlando Fringe Festival: Michael Garvey

     
    Other good news from the Orlando Fringe Festival: A new president of the board, Michael Garvey. Here's the announcement from Fringe producing artistic director Beth Marshall: Attending his first Fringe Festival in year 4, Mike has over the years been a...
  • Senator Barack Obama Makes Stop in York County

    Attempting to kill two birds with one stone, Senator Barack Obama toured Voith Siemens Hydro Power Generation in York County, trying to connect with working class Americans and tackle energy issues. The plant uses hydro power for dams, employing about 500...
  • 10 things you might not know about double-talk

    10 things you might not know about double-talk
    The Decade of Double Talk has just ended. But maybe it's not the end of anything. Maybe we're simply in the midst of the Era of Euphemism. Or the Millennium of Mumbo Jumbo. In any case, here's a historical and contemporary look at how the enemies of...
  • 'You can make big things happen'

    More than 2,500 people are expected to attend a "go green" exposition Friday at the Rose Bowl and see demonstrations and presentations by kinesiologists, engineers, entrepreneurs and an 11-year-old from Keppel Elementary School. Talin Shahnazaryan, a...
  • Talking With ... Randy Zwirn: Siemens Orlando goes for wind

    Talking With ... Randy Zwirn: Siemens Orlando goes for wind
    Randy Zwirn is chief executive officer of Siemens Energy Inc., the Orlando-based Americas headquarters for German-based Siemens AG's power-generation business. Zwirn spoke with Sentinel staff writer Kevin Spear. CFB: What's the potential for wind...
  • Names Released of Deputies Involved in High Speed Chase, Shooting

    Names Released of Deputies Involved in High Speed Chase, Shooting
    UPDATE: The Kent County Sheriff's Department releases the names of the two officers involved in the deadly chase and shooting early Saturday Morning. It happened about 1:30 a.m. The officer spotted a car that was speeding close to a 100 mph and ran a...
  • A high-speed zip across Europe by train

    A high-speed zip across Europe by train
    Last winter, when Kelly, my teenage son, and I rode trains for a total of 50 hours across France, Germany, Britain and the Low Countries on a frenetic two-week trip (journalistic research for me), we never waited long or walked far to make a connection....
  • Economic studies offer great escape

    The economy got you feeling blue? Can't shake the market malaise? Need a pecuniary pick-me-up? Look no further than any one of a number of economic-impact studies released on everything from high-speed rail to cruise ships. It's just what the doctor...
  • Census race wording fuss? Please!

    In comedy circles, black comics now commonly dismiss brethren who commit acts of headlining stupidity with the expression, "Negro, please!" However, some disgusted blacks find it no laughing matter that the U.S. Census Bureau, in kicking off its 2010...
  • FPL halts work on major projects in response to PSC rate-hike rejection

    FPL halts work on major projects in response to PSC rate-hike rejection
    Florida Power & Light has suspended work on an estimated $10 billion in projects -- including the controversial expansion of Turkey Point nuclear plant – after state regulators rejected the utility's proposed rate hike. The Public Service...
  • Foreign firms line up for high-speed rail

    Ever since President Barack Obama gave $1.25 billion to Florida to build high-speed rail from Orlando to Tampa, Central Florida has become ground zero for a United Nations of contractors lining up for a slice of the project. French, Korean, Chinese and...
  • Teenlink/Scholarships

    Teenlink/Scholarships
    Off to College Sweepstakes Open to high school seniors planning to attend college or current college students. One winner will be chosen every two weeks through May 11. www.suntrusteducation.com/sweeps. Amount: $1,000. Drawing every two weeks through...