I consider myself a feminist, and think any man who isn’t as either ignorant or a chauvinist.
To liberally paraphrase George Wallace: Feminism now, feminism tomorrow and feminism forever.
Winter Park basketball highlights
After a strong week with three straight wins, the Rollins Tars are back up to 5-5 in the Sunshine State Conference and 11-8 overall.
The Chamber's new president
Global business was the former focus of energetic businesswoman Betsy Gardner Eckbert, who’s now bringing a local chamber up to speed with rapid changes in the world economy and how customers are reached.
It's awards season in Winter Park (red carpet included).
While Hollywood hones in on red carpet events and awards ceremonies, Winter Park has its own awards season.
It’s a night of networking, hors d’oeuvres, wine and winning at the Ovations Awards on Thursday, Jan. 26 at the Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center.
Local luxury event supports Special Olympics
More than $1,000 was raised to benefit the Special Olympics last Thursday as the Alfond Inn hosted A Luxury Event of Art, Jewelry and Wine.
Local university honored at event
Herzing University was honored for its commitment to business and social responsibility with the Corporate Recognition Award during the Eagle Awards, the signature event of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida, on Jan. 14.
Seidel, Naylor square off
The race for Seat 1 on the Winter Park City Commission begins. Here's a quick look at the two candidates and their big campaign issues.
Come out to the fourth annual Fire in the Park Chili Cook-Off to Cure from 8 a.m to 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Big plans are underway for this event filled with award-winning chili, chicken wings, live music, games and family fun – all with a focus on raising money for breast cancer research.
Hear from the Trinity Prep junior
The sense of competition from the classroom to the basketball court always gets me excited.
Center receives three threats
The Roth Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando has received three bomb threats this month, compared to the one bomb scare reported in all of 2016.
In the 131-year history of the Winter Park Public Library, 2016 certainly was a year like no other in almost every way.
74 years of art
February will bring a whole month of free admission as well as a 75th anniversary exhibit, a new cellphone audio tour and a free champagne reception on the evening of Feb. 17.
Knights face tough teams
Matchups against Memphis and SMU are testing the mettle of the UCF Knights.
What can you do to ensure that you reach your goal? There are a few things!
'Why Do Fools Fall In Love?'
The Winter Park Playhouse will treat audiences to a fun-loving musical comedy set in the 1960s with “Why Do Fools Fall In Love?” from Jan. 20 through Feb. 18.
Polasek accepting submissions for Pulse art exhibit
The Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden will display an art exhibit to remember a local tragedy, which devastated and shocked the country: the Pulse nightclub shooting.
A post-holiday craft
There are plenty of things to do with holiday leftovers. And I'm not talking food. Think of all the colorful catalogs, wrinkled gift wrap, ribbons and bows stashed away in your recycling bin this week.
Deputy fire chief speaks
Some Winter Park emergency responders say that bike lanes and walking paths are putting them in a pinch, forcing them to find alternate routes to meet set response times.
UCF stars step up
Big wins over Houston and USF have brought the UCF men's basketball team to a 14-4 record overall and a 5-1 record in conference play.