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SEAWORLD, ORLANDO, FLORIDA

SeaWorld Orlando opened in 1973.  I first visited it in the summer of ’75 or ’76 with a neighborhood girlfriend and her family.  I was enchanted as a young girl with the shows and exhibits.  192 more words

COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA

We live about an hour from both coasts of Florida.  We’ve been to beaches on both and our favorite in recent years has been the east coast; more specifically Cocoa Beach.  253 more words

Florida

Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot

What’s wrong with me? In a few days, it will be Labor Day, the unofficial end of summer, and my inner New York clock is telling me that I should be able to smell the first hints of an approaching autumn. 875 more words

Nitty Gritty Dirt Man

Artistic Architecture: Florida Southern College

Images and text by: Harold Emond Jr.

This week, we revisit the lesser-known artistic architecture present in the Florida area. The subject of this article will focus solely on the Florida Southern College, located in Lakeland, about halfway between Tampa and Orlando. 604 more words

Photography

FBS Season Kicks Off Quietly With Georgia State

ATLANTA (AP) – The first season major college football’s champion will be decided by a playoff began Wednesday night in a mostly empty Georgia Dome, with one of the newest members of FBS taking on a team starting its second season in Division I. 730 more words

Sports

Ray Lewis' son, Rayshad Lewis, pulled down one of the best INTs you'll see

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Rayshad Lewis has spent his entire life living in the shadow of not one, but two Ray Lewises. First there’s his father, the former NFL star and surefire Hall of Famer who defined the linebacker position for nearly a decade in the NFL. 259 more words

Football