Orlando Briefs

Commerce Secretary Gary Locke and NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden, Jr. will visit Orlando, Fla., tomorrow for a town hall meeting to hear directly from local leaders working to strengthen and diversify the Space Coast economy.
In honor of Memorial Day, Governor Charlie Crist on Monday signed House Bill 1145 providing a 25 percent discount on annual passes to Florida State Parks for all veterans, active-duty service and reserve members
What: Florida Diversity Job Expo When: Friday, May 28th 2010 Where: Double Tree Resort Hotel 10100 International Drive Orlando 32821 The Orlando, Florida Diversity Job Expo will be held on Friday May 28th (check out www.diversityjobsusa.com for additional details). This free career connection event will be held between 11:00 am to...
Event Information: Soulfunny Entertainment, LLC announces the arrival of the Soulfunny “Comedy for Cause” Tour to Sanford, FL after making their last stop in Hollywood, FL performing in front of a sold out crowd. Everyone in the Orlando area is invited to attend for an evening of laughter and live...
Family Promise of Greater Orlando (FPGO), is proud to be a 2010 recipient of  $20,000 from Disney Helping Kids Shine Grant which will help to launch an exciting  new children’s enrichment program. Family Promise of Greater Orlando, formerly, Interfaith Hospitality Network is a member of the national organization committed...
It isn't easy being a Cougar these days. First an article came out that women who marry younger men have a shorter life expectancy, then the producer of the hit show "Cougar Town" decided he wants to change the name of the show and now Google is changing the classification of the Cougar term to "non-family safe" or adult.
The Florida State University Office of Supplier Diversity and the Capital City Chamber of Commerce will host their inaugural Vendor Conference and Trade Fair on May 27 at the FSU Turnbull Conference Center in Tallahassee.
District 5 School Board Member Kathleen “Kat” Gordon in conjunction with Orange County Public Schools Planning and Governmental Relations Department will hold community meetings.
FRIENDS, I NEED YOUR HELP WE ARE CREATING SOMETHING VERY EXCITING FOR THE PINE HILLS COMMUNITY. A PLACE WHERE WE CAN SHOWCASE THE TALENT OF OUR COMMUNITY ON A REGULAR BASIS. A PLACE WHERE THE ARTS CAN BE APPRECIATED AND WHERE YOUNG PEOPLE WHO HAVE DISENGAGED IN ACADEMIA CAN...