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Louis Roney: Tunes for all time

The time: World War II. The place: a USO show in a canteen for service people.

Music is a momentary escape from the reality of coming days, weeks, and months, when their own death is a constant companion of those in combat.

Erika Spence: Business in the Park

Shop small this fall

The weather is finally turning cooler, which can mean only one thing: Fall has finally arrived in Florida.

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Dog daycare – bigger is not better!

What you need to know

When done right, with dogs who enjoy it, dog daycare can be a wonderful experience for all the dogs involved.

Winter Park City Talk

Pumpkins & Munchkins in Shady Park

The Parks & Recreation Department of the City of Winter Park will present the 6th Annual Pumpkins & Munchkins in Shady Park on Monday, Oct. 31, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., in Shady Park.

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A new take on Halloween pumpkins

Preparing your Halloween pumpkin

Try something new this year, and decorate and "dress" some of your pumpkins and gourds instead of carving them.

Studies show voting helps mental, physical health

Cast your ballot this November

Voting reflects a positive outlook, a sense of personal empowerment to influence the world around you.

Chris Jepson: Was it good for you?

I cannot for the life of me understand how Donald Trump’s approach to women serves him well in bed.

Trump has that oh, so sexy bulge . . . in his back pocket that obviates his obvious shortcomings.

Josh Garrick: Culture for Your Calendar

It’s more than coincidental that Orlando Shakes will present the “Jekyll/Hyde” story by Robert Louis Stevenson near All Hollow’s Eve.

Fascinating and deviant, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" captivates audiences who experience the play’s moral lesson while watching the lead actor transform before them.

Maitland City Talk

Repaving activities underway

The paving contractor, Hubbard Construction Company, has started milling and repaving operations on select city streets.

Louis Roney: Decisions, decisions

We are constantly making decisions about liking and not liking all kinds of things — from coffee to cars — from movies to neckties.

People arrive at decisions in various obtuse ways, and we often don’t remember what made us do a certain thing — it may be that the odds just pile up in favor of doing — or not doing anything in particular.

Louis Roney: Review of Orlando Philharmonic's 'Candide'

Candide, as embodied by Miles Mykkanen, is a winningly sympathetic character with a golden tenor voice.

Maestro Eric Jacobsen and his troops delivered a delicious serving of beautiful music – an excellent evening all ‘round!

Prostate problem? Try thermotherapy as an option

Thermotherpay may be the answer

Only 72 percent of men reduce their symptoms by half or more; however, it has reduced side effects, such as need for blood transfusion.

Spreading the Halloween spirit at home

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."

Josh Garrick: Culture for your Calendar

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.

Chris Jepson: The association for your mind

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.