Got art inspired by Winter Park?
Casa Feliz is hosting an art show Jan. 8 to 18 called “There’s No Place Like Home: Art Inspired by Winter Park’s Historic Architecture.”
Sip, Shop, & Stroll
The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce and Park Avenue Merchants Association invite you to experience the charm of Park Avenue during the Sip, Shop, & Stroll from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 18.
What are the best exercises to build and shape the booty?
The booty, or gluteus muscle group, is the true powerhouse of the body.
100 year anniversary kick off for Winter Park Country Club
The Parks & Recreation Department and Winter Park Country Club (WPCC) 100th Anniversary Committee invite the community to the kick-off event for its Centennial Celebration of the Country Club Tuesday, Sept. 16.
Spotted in urban areas
A sign placed outside the Publix on Aloma Avenue two weeks ago reads “coyotes in area,” warning residents not to leave food or pets outside at night.
Chapel denied after renovations
An attempt to place the Winter Park Wedding Chapel on the city’s historic register fell short last month after it was deemed not historic due to recent renovations intended to help save it.
Like other rodents, squirrels can damage insulation and electrical wiring, so getting rid of them is a priority.
Take a closer look at your home’s eaves and soffits to find out all the points of entry. It’s likely that some small damage occurred underneath the eaves, and the squirrels exploited it.
In August we witnessed a steep decline in pending home sales
Short sales have left a lot of homeowners with long faces since the collapse of the housing market in 2008. But we’re beginning to see a lot more smiles these days in the local market.
Says he didn't violate charter
Two weeks after Maitland Mayor Howard Schieferdecker admitted to violating the City Charter by directing city staffers without proper approval, he was singing a different tune on Monday.
One of the best ways to be sure you are accepting an offer from a valid buyer is to ask for a pre-approval and not just a pre-qualification.
Let’s take a minute to look at what a pre-approval means versus a pre-qualification.
Winter Park’s perennial determined wish is to remain small, high class, quiet and aesthetically beautiful.
If Winter Park people appear to be snobbish, let’s thank them for giving Florida yet another town that can justifiably call itself “classy” — even “ritzy.”
Pedal and play for charity
Cyclists all over town are preparing their poker faces for this year’s upcoming Pedal & Poker for Charity event on Sept. 13.
September is Fall Prevention Month
On Tuesday, Sept. 23, the Maitland Fire-Rescue Department will host a fall prevention seminar for seniors at the Maitland Senior Center.
One take-away from studying history is that nations are no different from human beings in one respect: “Nothing lasts.”
Since the end of World War II, America has been a colossus, imperially striding the worldwide stage as the “final” international arbiter.
In this not-to-be-missed event, Orlando’s Shakespeare Theater takes on one of the greatest Broadway blockbusters of all time as they open their season with “Les Miserables.”
Since their “flash-mob” performance at Millenia Mall was picked up by national TV, the video has gone viral and the box office has exploded – meaning you need to call and get your tickets.
Rollins seeks volunteer businesses
Center for Advanced Entrepreneurship at Rollins College is seeking applications for women-owned businesses.
Popcorn Flick in the Park
Come out to enjoy this month’s Popcorn Flick in the Park, “Napoleon Dynamite,” starting at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 11, at the Central Park Main Stage in Winter Park.
Traffic woes to worsen
At least four country commissioners' campaigns have been partially financed by companies involved in one of Seminole County's largest developments.
Student loans skyrocket
The warning signs started in 2010: For the first time in U.S. history, the Federal Reserve reported that student loan debt had eclipsed credit card debt.
Sagarin poll No. 22
The UCF Knights may not have played on the gridiron last weekend, but they did something no other team in the American Athletic Conference did: get ranked.