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  • News flash: Join the flash mob of cyclists on May 6

     
    Bike/Walk Central Florida is recruiting 1,000 people for a flash mob ride on the morning of Friday, May 6, from the plaza at the Orange County History Center to Orlando City Hall. The cyclists will join Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer's  “Ride to Work with...
  • Two extra weeks to review DPAC bids doesn’t budge Jacobs

     
    For a moment, it might have seemed that there was a way to cool down the stand-off between Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs over finding extra funds to build a new performing arts center. Jacobs has concerns about how costs,...
  • Snap! Orlando kicks off tonight with giant outdoor projection

     
    Don't forget that Snap! Orlando kicks off its five-day photography celebration tonight (Wednesday, May 4)  with a larger-than-life, 3-D digital mapping photography and animation projection on the facade of the historic Kress Building in downtown Orlando....
  • Community Green-Up: Beautifying neighborhood, burning calories and creating camaraderie

     
    Saturday morning my husband and I joined some of our neighbors to beautify areas in our Orwin Manor community. As part of the Green-Up Orlando program, the city provides the plants, tools and know-how and volunteers provide the labor. Mayor Buddy Dyer and...
  • Dyer Bike Ride to join Flash Mob

     
    Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer's annual group bike ride to work gets edgy this year with what's being billed as a Bike Flash Mob. Dyer invited everyone to ride their bikes to work with him tomorrow, National Bike to Work Day. Ride starts at Infusion Tea on...
  • Support growing for StayDwight.com campaign (video)

     
    With support of the city's mayor and a thank you message from Dwight Howard himself, the grassroots campaign to keep Howard in Orlando is gaining steam even after the team's early playoff exit last week. StayDwight.com, the website created by local...
  • First impressions count: How does your neighborhood look?

     
    Have you ever asked yourself: what does your neighborhood say about you, your community and your neighbors? The City of Orlando and the Orange County is hosting a neighborhood beautification workshop this Saturday, May 14, where county and city staff will...
  • Steve Hogan: Orlando needs start date for Citrus Bowl renovations

     
    The Florida Classic will remain in Orlando through 2015, but beyond that nothing is secure...
  • Deal clears way for Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

     
    From this morning's front page of the Orlando Sentinel, if you missed it: A deal has been brokered with arts-center donors — who have personally guaranteed to fill a funding gap, if needed — that means the Dr. Phillips Center for the...
  • Orlando Fringe Festival: 1st Opening Gala gets things off to a Fringey start

     
    By Tod Caviness, Orlando Sentinel We've been treated to wrapup shows at the Fringe Festival before, but the first Fringe opening gala showed some serious newcomer potential, if only as a vehicle for Fringe rookies to sample what they're in for: Lots of...
  • Casey Anthony trial on ‘Flashpoint’; Buddy Dyer on ‘The Agenda’

     
    WKMG-Channel 6's "Flashpoint" will turn to the Casey Anthony trial this weekend. The program, moderated by anchor Lauren Rowe, airs at 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Rowe's guests will be reporter Tony Pipitone and legal analyst Mark O'Mara....
  • Scott on Sunrail: Will he or won’t he?

     
    Today's paper had a story by Sentinel reporter Dan Tracy on the rising pressure on Rick Scott to approve – or kill - SunRail. The guv's in a bit of a no-win here, largely of his own making. He made quite a show of killing High-Speed Rail, describing...