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  • On the Cheap: So many ways to recycle— and enjoy — greeting cards

    So perhaps it was wrong to ask for suggestions for "the best cheap date"? After all, no one really wants to think of themselves as cheap when it comes to romance or treating their loved one. Perhaps On the Cheap's request for Valentine's Day ideas could...
  • St. Johns River eco-tour starts closer to Orlando

    St. Johns River eco-tour starts closer to Orlando
    Since 2003, the nonprofit St. Johns Riverkeeper organization has hosted roughly two dozen multi-day excursions along the unspoiled river between Jacksonville and Palatka. That has always required a formidable commute for Orlando-area residents, but that'...
  • It's the thought that counts

    As the economic vise tightens, more people are finding that the thought really does count and reverting to simple, low-cost gifts, acknowledgments and entertaining. Nationally, from the well-heeled to the struggling, the drumbeat for frugality is...
  • Switch to CFLbulbs to save money

    Readers are saving on everything from entertainment to energy, cleaning supplies to greeting cards. Shared information adds up to savings for all, so keep the ideas rolling in to On the Cheap. And if you think of it, let us know just how much your idea...
  • Every little bit helps

    Sometimes readers' inventions know no bounds. They elicit a "why didn't I ever think of that?" MAILING SAVINGS Top of this week's list has to be how Ed Schott of Hickory, N.C., saves on mailing. The proof came in the "On the Cheap" mailbox in the form...
  • Come hungry to the Florida Strawberry Festival

    Come hungry to the Florida Strawberry Festival
    Last week, I had the pleasure of talking to the Winter Park Women's Club about my travels for this column. A lovely bunch of ladies, my audience reminded me how much the prospect of a good meal plays into my travel decisions. Maybe it's because I started...
  • Yalaha's the spot for perfect day

    Yalaha's the spot for perfect day
    There's an old saying that if you don't like the weather in Florida, wait 15 minutes and it'll change. That's been the case this winter, with the unusually persistent cold temperatures, the occasional downpour at 9 a.m. and afternoons that require...
  • Spring Training baseball: A timeless ritual

    Spring Training baseball: A timeless ritual
    It was windy and chilly on Tuesday, with a definite threat of rain, so it wasn't the ideal backdrop for the opening games of baseball spring training in the Sunshine State. On the flip side, there was plenty of elbow room in the reserved seats along...
  • Check out the sculptures at the monthlong Art of Sand Festival in Cape Canaveral

    Check out the sculptures at the monthlong  Art of Sand Festival in Cape Canaveral
    Castles made of sand, fall in the sea, eventually. With apologies to Jimi Hendrix, I don't think he was talking about the kind of seashore architecture at the heart of the monthlong Art of Sand Festival, which runs April 2-May 1 on the beach next to...
  • Test Drive: eBay addiction

    EBay Inc. should be held responsible, just like the tobacco companies, for all of the addicts that it has created across the globe. No one warned me when I signed on to the auction house site that I would be unable to stop buying art deco memorabilia,...
  • Rafting the Grand Canyon

    Just beyond the Colorado River, up the twisting narrows of Blacktail Canyon, small gray-green bats flit a ballet at dusk. The canyon is silent, the river a distant whisper, and high overhead, above the layers of gneiss in blue and black and white...
  • New variation on Sears draws big box of opinions

    Despite ongoing troubles at its existing stores, Sears, Roebuck and Co. is mounting an expansion to better compete against the world's biggest retailer and other off-mall giants. Sears said in June it would spend as much as $820 million to buy and...