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Living and Loving the Orlando area since 1970. From family adventures to hidden treasures getting the most out of Central Florida for visitors and residents. Enjoy!

Best Beach Photos

On vacation in Orlando? Looking for some inspiration on taking Funny, Creative, Romantic beach photos? Find a listing of some of the best beach photos.

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Brazilian Steakhouses Orlando

Looking for all you can eat steak? Visit a Brazilian Steakhouse in Orlando for all-you-can eat prime grilled meats. Top Churrascaria Restaurants in Orlando.

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Orange County Adopt A Tree Program

Events for 2015, Orange County Adopt A Tree Program where residents receive up to two free trees for their yard. Find monthly locations Adopt-A-Tree.

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Orlando Area Public Schools

Links to school board information for Orange, Seminole, Osceola and Lake Counties. Did you know that all four school systems for Central Florida are listed in the top 200 largest school districts by enrollment?

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Is Orlando a Popular Place to Live?

Lake Eola Fountain

Based on statistics of the top cities that people move to, reports show that Orlando is a popular place to live as it ranks as the 4th most popular place that people move to in the U.S.

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Summer Ceviche Recipe

Celebrate National Ceviche Day on June 28 with a Summer Ceviche Recipe from Cocina 214 in Winter Park Florida.

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Dexter’s

The Orlando area now has four Dexter's Restaurants. A popular spot for a top Sunday Brunch and known for live music on the weekends, Dexter's is a comfortable spot for regulars.

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Things to do in Orlando with Kids

Things to do in Orlando with Kids

Orlando may be the tourist capital of the world, but there are plenty of things to do in Orlando with kids & grand kids that are fun, free or inexpensive.

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Seminole County Increases Sales Tax

Beginning January 1, 2015, the tax rate in Seminole County will increase from 6 percent to 7 percent. This increase was approved with a 52% vote and will be in effect for 10 years, until December 31, 2025. The additional ...

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