'Young Frankenstein' at Theatre UCF
Just in time for the Halloween season, Theatre UCF comes alive with “The New Mel Brooks Musical Young Frankenstein,” running Oct. 20 to 30 on the UCF Main Stage.
90.7 WFME pushes Dare to Listen
Dare to Listen is 90.7 WMFE’s community campaign designed to encourage active listening and civil discourse in the Central Florida community, with 90.7 WMFE acting as the conduit.
Make your own face paint
With Halloween approaching, let the occasion inspire your kids and grandkids to stretch their imaginations with you as they explore what they "wanna be."
UCF football returns
The Knights are back on the gridiron Saturday to take on Temple — a team that fell victim to UCF in 2013 in a stunning comeback win.
For your Halloween season, trick or treat yourself to the all-new Phantasmagoria VII "The Cards They Are Dealt" at the Shakespeare Center.
Be very afraid. Phantasmagoria’s troupe of “Steampunk Survivors” are more dangerous than gypsy fortune-tellers, and they are joined by dancers, soldiers, puppeteers, and fire-breathers.
The idea, the concept of time has always fascinated me. That we have only so much time, however, crystalized for me with the birth of my daughter in 1970.
How do you want to spend your time? We all ask that question. How we answer often determines the course of how we live life.
City seeks MLK location
Winter Park’s ongoing library location saga took yet another turn late last month as motions recently filed by Chief Assistant State Attorney Richard Wallsh were withdrawn.
Free CPR class
The Maitland Fire Rescue Department will be offering a free class on adult, child and infant CPR, AED training and choking emergencies.
Car keys are the answer
Here's a handy tip for making sure lunch comes with you to work.
Firm names new director of land development
M/I Homes, building new single-family and townhomes in 14 active communities in Central Florida, recently named David Brown director of land development.
All of us good little people, plus our good little girls and boys, are busy cramming smarts into our brains from morning to night.
How much time do we spend thinking about the well-being of that great computer in our head — namely, our brain?
A guide to haunted homes
Hauntings are so hard to quantify in the first place. How does one determine that their home actually is haunted?
New course means new cost
The city of Winter Park celebrated the reopening of the redesigned Winter Park Country Club golf course recently, but does that justify the increase in membership fees?
Welcome Chief Deal
Police Chief Michael Deal was officially sworn in on Monday at the Winter Park Community Center, beginning a new era for the Winter Park Police Department.
Cities saw trees lost, crime
Hurricane Matthew has come and gone, but it still left its mark on Winter Park and Maitland, including a short rash of car burglaries.
Bristow loved life, people
She was known by all to have a huge heart that never stopped giving. We will miss you, Doris Jean!
Weekend service begins
SunRail will kick off its Saturday service on Nov. 5, just in time for an Orlando Magic game and several festivals downtown.
Swearing-in ceremony for new police chief
On Monday, Oct. 10, at 10 a.m. the city of Winter Park will hold a swearing-in ceremony for its new police chief, Michael Deal.
Sticking with your diet
Do you have a diet plan in place before you fall into the pitfalls of overeating and setting yourself back from what you’ve achieved this year?
Senior art show
The Mayflower Retirement Community is issuing a call for local artists to participate in its third annual juried 55-plus senior art show from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27, at 1620 Mayflower Court in Winter Park.