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College Park (Orlando, Florida)

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  • College Park Presbyterian holds “I Refuse Saturday” event

     
    On Saturday, April 16, College Park Presbyterian Church is hosting “I Refuse Saturday” where the church hopes to engage residents in community service by “refusing to do nothing.” There will be community outreach opportunities ...
  • 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...
  • Jacket Copy on the Road: The Jack Kerouac house in Orlando

     
    A visit to Jack Kerouac's house in Orlando, Florida....
  • Dining in the Dark benefits Lighthouse Central Florida

     
    The 3rd annual “Dining in the Dark” will be held on Thursday, July 21, 2011 at Lighthouse (College Park office) featuring Executive Chef Guy Ferri from Ocean Prime preparing a three course gourmet meal including a wine reception with hors d'...
  • History center to display Kerouac manuscript

     
    The Orange County Regional History Center will display an original Jack Kerouac manuscript for “The Dharma Bums,” beginning Thursday. The 1957 work was created by the writer while living in Orlando. Visitors will be able to see Kerouac's...
  • David’s World Cycle big sale 7/15-24

     
    David's World Cycle, with locations in Orlando's College Park as well as Lake Mary, Altamonte Springs and Casselberry, plans a big sale July 15-24, with discounts up to 75% on accessories and 50% on bikes. Read more here....
  • College Park church to offer free sports physicals

     
    St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in College Park will conduct free sports physicals for area children on Saturday, July 30, 2011, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Children must have their parents’ written permission — and they must bring a sports...
  • Test kitchen bonus: Beyond guac with Florida avocados

     
    Despite its bad rap as a fatty food, the avocado has a following in cultures worldwide, finding its way into everything from ice cream to sushi. Although an average avocado contains 5 grams of fat – all of which is monounsaturated – it happens...
  • Paul McCartney in Winter Park? Tell us what you saw…

     
    Rumors abound on the Facebook about Paul McCartney spottings in Winter Park on Thursday night. Dining at Luma on Park? Anyone out there witness this? Apparently, he might still be in town today. There was another rumor that he was headed to the Erasure...
  • Valencia culinary students win state competition

     
    For the 10 Valencia culinary students cooking in the statewide culinary competition on Sept. 8, the stress was just part of the high-pitched atmosphere. In the end it was all worth it:  One of Valencia’s teams won the gold medal and will advance...
  • Segal feels their pain, Stewart back to school in Orange mayor race

     
    Orange County's mayoral candidates hustled in different directions Monday on the last day before tomorrow's primary election, with one trying to feel the pain of the unemployed, another catching parents dropping off kids on the first day of school, and...
  • Take books along on these Florida road trips

     
    It seems that my summer reading project will be stretching into the fall. I’m working my way through classics that I haven’t covered on a BBC book list that I discovered on Facebook. The BBC supposes that most people have only read six of the 100...