How you can fight the Zika virus

Many step can be taken for protection

To leverage the county’s robust mosquito control operation, I’m asking for your partnership as we work to combat mosquito-borne illnesses – especially Zika.

Louis Roney: Love, what's that?

A group of professionals posed this question to a group of 4- to 8-year-olds, "What does love mean?"

The answers given by these children were broader and deeper than anyone could have imagined.

Add ice cream to coffee for more pizazz

The secret is ice cream

Ice cream adds sweetness, creaminess and a hint of something surprising. Also, it cools hot brew and puts a fancy little froth on top.

Maitland City Talk

Behind Maitland’s banding

Maitland will reveal a new branding for its Downtown and the area formerly known as the West Side.

Chris Jepson: Dear Mr. President

You comported yourself as president with dignity, aplomb and wisdom.

Return to your roots as a community organizer. Chicago is where it all started for you and now more than ever Chicago desperately requires your leadership.

Josh Garrick: Culture for your Calendar

One Voice Orlando: A Celebration in Song, is the benefit concert from the opera community for the Pulse tragedy.

Come see 'One Voice Orlando: A Celebration in Song' at the Dr. Phillips Center on Sept. 11 for evening of beautiful music for a cause.

Black Hawk Down veteran to speak at One Senior Place

Colonel speaks on courage

Retired Army Colonel Danny R. McKnight, veteran of the First Battle of Mogadishu, will be the keynote speaker at the Every Day is Veterans Day event hosted by One Senior Place Greater Orlando.

Taming a stray cat is unlikely

Caring for feral cats

The fact that cats come around for food at the same time every day is pretty good, but I don’t think you’ll ever get them to the point where they will be relaxed, indoor cats.

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Seniors catch 'Pokemon Go' fever with new friends

App connects generations

Chasing after Bulbasaurs, Jigglypuffs, and Pikachus started out as a way to spend time with our ‘millennial’ daughter, who is preoccupied with the game, “Pokemon Go.”

Louis Roney: ‘Birds of a Feather’ and more

Diane Bishop, the talented principle bassoonist of the Orlando Philharmonic, put together a rather unusual program for the final Sounds of Summer Series on Aug. 22 at the Plaza Live Theater.

These artists played with great expertise, and the result was charming. If there was any flaw – to my ear, the music sounded all too much alike!

Chris Jepson: To debasement now

Canadians are laughing at us. They think Americans are a bit daft.

Should America elect Trump, our Canadian neighbors won’t be laughing. Few of us will.

Bob Franken: Not so fast, Hillary

All it would take is some brutal revelation of dishonest dealings by her, her family and/or associates and the props holding her up could be kicked away.

Hillary is profiting to the point that many of her supporters are suggesting it's time for her to start sizing up the drapes for when she moves into the White House.

Maitland City Talk

What was the city up to in 1924?

There are two new portals to access current and historical city records. The first portal is a library of City Council meeting minutes going back to 1924.

Winter Park City Talk

CoffeeTalk with Commissioner Carolyn Cooper

CoffeeTalk featuring Commissioner Cooper will be held Thursday, Sept. 15, at 8 a.m., at the Winter Park Welcome Center located at 151 W. Lyman Ave.

Josh Garrick: Culture for your Calendar

The annual Visit Orlando's Magical Dining Month includes more than 90 restaurants offering three-course meals for $33.

Even if you have champagne tastes, and a beer-bottle budget, we can all afford to indulge our palates in this glorious, month-long celebration of Orlando’s sophisticated dining universe.