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Timothy's Gallery closes its doors on Park Avenue

Gallery to close

Known for its trademark cherry red doors and an eccentric fish-hat wearing ballerina named Tallulah, Timothy’s Gallery will end its quirky existence at 236 N. Park Ave. after 26 years next week.

Ways to help your arthritic dog

How to combat chronic pain

Arthritis affects one in every five adult dogs in the U.S., more than doubling in dogs 7 years and older, and is number one cause of chronic pain.

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Restaurant Review: Brio Tuscan Grille

Experience a tasty 'Tale of Two Risottos' at Brio through March 27.

At Brio Tuscan Grille restaurants, they truly do work to bring the special tastes of the Tuscan countryside to our tables with fresh-daily ingredients and Tuscan-inspired recipes.

Erika Spence: Business in the Park

If you haven’t attended before, the Winter Park Sip, Shop & Stroll is an opportunity to enjoy the charm of downtown Winter Park while strolling to local merchants.

Have you heard? The Winter Park Sip, Shop & Stroll was recently voted the Best Periodic Event for the second consecutive year by the Orlando Date Night Guide.

Common shaving myth debunked

No, your hair won't grow back thicker

It certainly might seem to come in more coarsely, since the cut hair under the surface of the skin is thick. But there is no effect on hair growth.

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Holocaust survivor keeps history alive through education in Maitland

Holocaust survivor speaks

In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Jan. 27, Holocaust survivor Tess Wise, 92, was invited to speak at the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida.

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Nancy Rudner: Who is who in your health care cast?

Who are all those people providing care to your loved ones? Several levels and types of professionals may be involved in the care.

It often “takes a village” to meet the needs of the patient and family. Ideally, everyone involved in a person’s care is part of an inter-professional team.

Ask a Trainer: Your ‘heart’ earned body

How to help give your body the love it deserves

What are some simple things that you can do to show your body how much you love it and that you want to stick around for a long time?

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Winter Park media specialist nominated for Teacher of the Year

WP teacher nominated

During her time at Winter Park High School, Ginger Carter has integrated technology into educational activities, which she said has earned her a reputation as someone who’s not afraid to try new things in the media center.

Christina Rordam: How to avoid unpleasant surprises when buying a home

The worst surprise, and I may be biased as a Realtor here, is a surprise when buying a home.

Short of striking oil, a-la “The Beverly Hillbillies,” I don’t want to be surprised nor have any of my buyers or sellers be surprised in the home sale process either.

Real Estate Briefs

ORRA names Realtors of the year

The Orlando Regional Realtor Association officially named two Winter Park/Maitland women as Realtors of the Year at its annual awards ceremony.

Realtors offer buyers an edge as the 2016 home-buying season draws near

The Orlando home-buying season is just around the corner.

As if purchasing a home during the peak season wasn’t already a competitive endeavor, Orlando’s inventory of available properties has been in a decline since summer of 2015.

Share the love with gelatin heart gems

A fun craft for Valentine fun

Valentine's Day hearts come in all shapes and sizes in this fun kitchen craft using simple ingredients.

Senior Sneakers: New Year’s resolution, take 2

You thought I was done harping on the new year’s resolution kick? Nope!

Although a new year’s resolution is typically set at the beginning of the year, it should really be a New You Resolution, which means you can make the decision to live a better and healthier life anytime!

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Senior Calendar

Senior activities abound

Senior events are plentiful this month throughout Central Florida.