We’ve got the Cheez-It Bowl (story HEREHERE). Is it the coolest sounding sponsor out there? No. But Orlando has never been about cool sounding sponsors. Meet me at the Amway Center and explain to me otherwise. But we do have to celebrate that the acquired sponsorship keeps the college football
North Carolina isn’t happy with Donald Trump’s plans to hold the Republican National Convention in Charlotte in late August. Donald Trump isn’t happy with North Carolina for pushing back in allowing him to do so (story HEREHERE). The solution is easy. Bring it here to Orlando. Where we could have
When we’re talking about the Coronavirus epidemic in Orlando 10 or 20 years from now, or heaven forbid, following the next tragedy. One aspect we’ll look closely at is consumer confidence following the crisis. Which is why Orange County surveying the matter is a good idea (take the survey HERE).
The Herndon Library is closing (story HERE) after 20 years, and really it felt like it had been there longer. Libraries closing in Orange County isn’t an unusual thing. My childhood library in the industrial Lockhart neighborhood is now a fencing building or something like that. But it is a
The Last Dance concluded last night to high praise. The ten part docuseries regarding the Michael Jordan Bulls Dynasties manage to educate, honor, and entertain at the same time. Jordan, Pippen, Rodman, Phil Jackson, and even Steve Kerr can forever point to the project as a great reference for their
Over the weekend, Drew Gulak, a now-former WWE superstar, found himself trending on social media after some wrestling blogs had wrote that he had been released. Fans launched their insults at WWE citing the excellent match Gulak had with Daniel Bryan on Friday Night Smackdown not even 24 hours before.
It’s already happening. Colleges all over the country are feeling the financial crunch from the Coronavirus pandemic (story HERE). This includes UCF. The problem with UCF, is that it’s problem solving process behind money problems has always been the same. Make the kids pay for it. UCF’s leaders love the