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  • Smaller legs of world cruises can be a deal

    Smaller legs of world cruises can be a deal
    The British couple — she in a long black dress, he in a traditional tux — leaned against the elevator's polished wood paneling as they headed back to their cabin after an evening performance in the main showroom. Embarrassed at my casual...
  • Shades of Blue

    Shades of Blue
    When you say "Ichetucknee," most Floridians think of the legendary state park in north Florida where an estimated 200,000 recreational tubers flock annually for a tranquil float down the river of the same name. But did you know the largest freshwater boil...
  • UCF Book Festival hosts Zora Neale Hurston book’s authors

     
    Tanya Simon read works by Zora Neale Hurston in college and liked what she read. Victoria Bond had the same experience. The two women later wished they had been introduced earlier to the writings of Eatonville’s most famous author. So they did...
  • Judges, lawyers slam Cannon court reforms

     
    Judges from around the state, former Gov. Bob Graham and several former supreme court justices slammed House Speaker Dean Cannon’s proposed court reforms Thursday, saying the Legislature’s argument that the Supreme Court was inefficient was...
  • Graham, ex-justices, former Bar presidents unite to oppose Cannon’s court changes

     
    The Florida House on Thursday will take up a plan backed by Speaker Dean Cannon, R-Winter Park, to make major changes in the state Supreme Court, principally by adding three justices and setting up two five-member divisions, one to hear criminal appeals...
  • Florida — one party state?

     
    A pattern has emerged this legislative session that shows just how weak Democrats have become in Tallahassee. When the party wants to do battle with the Republican majority, it has no choice but to call in reinforcements.   On Friday, U.S. Sen. Bill...
  • Cannon’s House is a machine

     
    TALLAHASSEE — For the last 59 days as House speaker, Winter Park Rep. Dean Cannon has run a tight ship. Unlike the deliberately paced Florida Senate, the Florida House of Representatives usually starts up its daily session right on time. Cannon...
  • Weekly books roundup

     
    Tod Caviness here, preparing to celebrate Bloomsday by wandering around Thornton Park with a flask of whiskey, misquoting James Joyce at people. In other words, my usual weekly routine. - The Colonial Plaza Barnes & Noble had ridiculous crowds for Tim...
  • Bob Graham to discuss suspense novel ‘Keys to the Kingdom’

     
    Former Senator and Florida Governor Bob Graham, like many politicians, is an author as well. But his newest book isn't a memoir talking up his political prowess. Instead, it's a suspense novel about terrorism. He'll be discussing and signing the novel, &#...
  • United Church of Christ members convene in Tampa

     
    More than 3,300 members of the United Church of Christ are attending the denomination's biennial General Synod, July 1-5, at the Tampa Convention Center. As the main business of the gathering, delegates to the General Synod will deliberate and vote on...
  • Photos, Video: Miller announces Graham-like ‘Workdays’

     
    Craig Miller, the former restaurant executive vying for the Republication nomination in the 2012 U.S. Senate race to take on Bill Nelson, announced a campaign initiative, where he will join the workforce in a variety of twice-a-month “workday”...
  • Craig Miller can make a mean pizza but will voters buy it?

     
    Former restaurant company CEO Craig Miller is trying to distinguish himself from other Republicans running for the U.S. Senate in 2012 by adopting a page from Bob Graham's successful “Workday” playbook: dedicating a couple days a month to...