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    • Hypocrite's holiday

        Two weeks before New Year's Eve, the Orlando City Council gave downtown club owners permission to se...
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    • The Golden Ruler

        Moments before Apopka squared off against the Bronx Baby Bombers at the Little League World Series i...
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    • Don't call it a comeback

        At Orlando Weekly's Christmas party last year, Tom Levine showed up looking like someone you'd find ...
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    • Put on a smiley face

        You wouldn't think that a seasoned travel writer would be such an easy sell. Especially Martin Hintz...
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    • The spin on sports

        "We've got nothing but positive vibes going on," Randy Johnson, state representative and president o...
    • Your hair, please

        Like thousands of other hospitality workers laid off after the September terrorist attacks, Jim rece...
    • Get out of here

        Following Orlando Weekly's September inquiry into the influence-peddling role that Seminole County's...
    • Yuks to Bucks

        At the center of the small and relatively closed circle of arts activists in Central Florida current...
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    • Speak No Evil

        This is not the time.Over and over we've been hearing this phrase in recent weeks. It's not the ti...
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    • Game(s) over

        Today is a very important day for Central Florida," says Elmer Nagy, a Chevrolet regional manager, s...
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    • Dividing lines

        In the last decade, Orange County's minority populations have made significant political gains. In 1...
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    • Crotty 1, dancing 0

        Cyberzone died Monday. The late-night dance club's well-known struggle for survival, through heroin-...
    • Pulling Strings

        On June 4, Mike Hattaway, who is chairman of a small but powerful group in Seminole County that call...
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    • Up in arms for inmates

        On May 8, 1997, officers at the Charlotte Correctional Institution asked inmate Lakeith Amir-Sharif ...
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    • Feeding Frenzy

        George Burgess is sitting for his sixth interview of the day. He did six interviews yesterday. Actua...
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    • Racing Runts

        In the rural, relatively quiet east Orange County community of Bithlo, all you can hear right now is...
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    • The wages of poverty

        Hercules Kohler rushes through his phone interview with a reporter. It's 11:15 a.m., and his 15-hour...
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    • Bombs away

        To Carol Mosley, the U.S. Forest Service's one-year delay in deciding whether to let the Navy contin...
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    • The prophet

        I'm not the first to write about Henry Swanson, and I doubt I'll be the last. His home, in an upscal...
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    • House trap

        It's easy to view Mel Martinez's appointment to head the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Develo...
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    • Inside the box

        "I drank too much in Puerto Rico," Roberto confesses through a near-toothless grin. It's Friday nigh...
    • Paving the way

        "Isn't she just a beauty?" Cecilia Height, a Sierra Club activist, asks. She's standing on a white-s...
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    • The price of preservation

        To find the old German settlement of Gotha, you must drive through the maze of burgeoning developmen...
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    • Watered down

        Combine massive development and a statewide drought, and you get a water shortage -- a "crisis," as ...
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