Allergies could be temporary or long-lasting
Meat allergies are uncommon; however, there has been a recent surge of meat allergies due to tick bites.
Fitness requires planning and coordination
Both Trump and Clinton’s camps knew their conventions were coming and neither camp planned the week before, just as we can’t plan for our health goals the week, or even month, before.
They are free thinking people who conceal their tenderer impulses behind a smoke screen of misanthropy.
Curmudgeons are not necessarily evil-hearted, and not necessarily male — or old. They are free thinking people who conceal their tenderer impulses behind a smoke screen of misanthropy.
Celebrating the state of the lakes
The city remains committed to its lakes. How can you help protect our bodies of water?
Much of the current economic malaise (and wars) is a direct result of Republican deceit, corruption and misrule.
If you vote Republican, I recommend you move on and not bother reading today’s column.
Showcasing Orlando’s eclectic culinary scene, the Orlando Main Street Restaurant program is offered now through Aug. 13.
Each restaurant offers a Main Street Restaurant Menu in conjunction with their everyday menu encouraging residents to dine out in one of Orlando’s Main Street restaurants.
Tears and tire tracks
It has become all too monstrously routine. We react with horror, but then soon everything goes from mournful to normal, until still another bloody attack.
CoffeeTalk with Commissioner Greg Seidel
CoffeeTalk featuring Commissioner Seidel will be held Thursday, Aug. 11, at 8 a.m., at the Winter Park Welcome Center located at 151 W. Lyman Ave.
Every era has its scribes, those voices who shape the words to make them into the language of history – over but not forgotten.
The quite startling effect of living where I grew up comes from the fact that in Winter Park on all sides of me are constant reminders from the far distant past.
Not all professionals are certified
Would you ever think of going to a massage therapist or a hair stylist who wasn’t trained and especially licensed? I know I wouldn’t.
Parkside Chat with Councilman Lowndes
The Parkside Chat returns on Wednesday, Aug. 3, with Councilman Lowndes hosting. The series provides residents opportunities to ask questions and dialogue with a member of the City Council in a small group setting.
Wake up early to finish homework instead of staying up late
Whether you have a kindergartener, preteens or a soon-to-be college freshman, the beginning of a new school year brings excitement and a bit of anxiety for all families. Here are a few life hacks to help along the way.
My entire life I have been hearing and reading about police brutality of minorities. It has only been in the last few years that we are seeing the graphic reality (via cell phones).
I cannot get my head around why some white folks don’t get Black Lives Matter. Are they racist? Are they stupid? Are they uninformed? Are they brainwashed?
The free outdoor movie series in Orlando’s Lake Eola Park begins at 6 p.m. on chosen Fridays with activities and music from Mix 105.1.
Bring blankets, chairs, snacks and the whole family to enjoy free movies including July 29: “Jurassic World,” and Aug. 26: “Minions" at Orlando’s Lake Eola Park at 6 p.m.
Shop local for school supplies
Whatever your motive may be, make the most of your back-to-school shopping and spend your dollars locally.