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Snapshots of cleanup and life in Orlando the weekend after Hurricane Ian

Orlando is still — figuratively and literally — digging itself out from the damage wrought by Hurricane Ian late last week. Flooding, downed trees and…

By Matt Keller Lehman

Ian
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' focus on 'looting' causes outrage

We go through this with every storm. Nobody wants your waterlogged electronics and soggy couch. Still, Ron DeSantis has a campaign to…

By Alex Galbraith

Ron DeSantis and Ashley Moody have pushed the idea that looting is happening in their state.
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24 creepy Central Florida urban legends to keep you up at night

Halloween is nearly here. Thrill-seekers and history buffs, check out some of the creepiest Central Florida urban legends. You'll have a new…

By Orlando Weekly Staff

24 creepy Central Florida urban legends to keep you up at night
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Orlando area corn mazes and pumpkin patches to explore this fall

It might not feel as crisp around Central Florida as other places in the fall, but that doesn't mean you can't celebrate…

By Orlando Weekly Staff

Corn Maze Orlando  
    15239 Lake Pickett Road, 407-929-0970
     The corn maze and pumpkin patch opens on October 8 with hours from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Prices for the maze and park range from $10 to $15 depending on age.
    
    Photo via Corn Maze Orlando
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