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  • Rollins College hosts 'caffeine' for Orlando's startups

    Rollins College hosts 'caffeine' for Orlando's startups
    Bush Auditorium at Rollins College in Winter Park is the location of a growing event focused on entrepreneurs of all stripes called One Million Cups. The event is part of a national program sponsored by the Kauffman Foundation, one of the biggest...
  • Theater review: 'The Lost Comedies of William Shakespeare' from Annie Russell Theatre

    Theater review: 'The Lost Comedies of William Shakespeare' from Annie Russell Theatre
    So how did you celebrate William Shakespeare's birthday this year? What, you missed it? Wednesday marked the 450th anniversary of the English writer's birth (at least as best as historians can tell; no one's sure of the exact day). That night, I...
  • Mickey Mouse turns 85

    Mickey Mouse turns 85
    Mickey Mouse looks dang good for an 85-year-old rodent, right? Not a gray hair to be seen. Disney fans mark his birth with the release of "Steamboat Willie," a black-and-white cartoon directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks. The Central Florida tourism...
  • Liberty demands access to reefer Rx: Front Burner

    Liberty demands access to reefer Rx: Front Burner
    A proposed constitutional amendment to legalize medical marijuana will appear along with the governor's race on the November ballot in the state of Florida. Regardless of their candidate preferences, Florida voters will be able to decide whether medical...
  • Early support helps children succeed: My Word

    Early support helps children succeed: My Word
    The annual "State of America's Children" research report from the Children's Defense Fund tells us that our children are not doing well in health, education and emotional development. Child advocates are frustrated, because decades of research tell us how...
  • Winter Park library lets users check out bikes

    Winter Park library lets users check out bikes
    From Michael W. Freeman, our Winter Park Forum editor, comes this tip: The city's library now lets patrons with adult, full-service library cards borrow cruiser-style bikes for the day. Bikes are available to ride from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and 1-4 p....
  • Rollins College's part-time MBA program ranked 9th in the nation

    Rollins College's part-time MBA program ranked 9th in the nation
    Rollins College's part-time business program earned a 9th place national ranking from Bloomberg Businessweek this week. The program at the Crummer Graduate School of Business was ranked 44th in the nation last year in the same review. Bloomberg's Best...
  • Free admission to Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins for 2014

    Free admission to Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins for 2014
    Thanks to the Bessemer Trust, the Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College is offering free admission for 2014. Current exhibitons include "The McKean Legacy," "John Hitchcock: Ghosts of Brutality" and "Glimpses into the Golden Age." The 2014 Rollins...
  • Katie Porta: Disabilities advocate speaks for voiceless

    Katie Porta: Disabilities advocate speaks for voiceless
    Winter Park Memorial Hospital officials had their dukes up, on the defensive. On the line, a caller with an ominous question: “What are you doing at the hospital to my son?" Rather than a straight jab, the caller threw a curve: "My son came home...
  • Summer camp signups: Yeah, it's barely March, but it's time

    Summer camp signups: Yeah, it's barely March, but it's time
    If you're like me, you may still be dealing with plans for Spring Break and spring sports and spring schedules. But pick up the pace (that's my advice to myself) because it's summer camp sign-up time, never mind if actual summer is months away. Some...
  • Florida teens opting out of drivers licenses

    Florida teens opting out of drivers licenses
    The number of teenagers getting behind the wheel of a car is on a downward slope, as more and more youngsters opt out of obtaining licenses. Broward and Palm Beach counties each had roughly 3,000 fewer licensed drivers aged 15 to17 this year than they...
  • Defense-simulation leaders want state cash to expand research park

    Defense-simulation leaders want state cash to expand research park
    High-tech industry leaders are on a mission to keep "simulation world" in Orlando, and they want the Legislature's help. The region's $5 billion military-training industry and a coalition of political, education and business leaders plan to ask state...