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    Beard in Baldwin presented by FLRA with Visit Florida! Date: Saturday, March 30th 2019 Time: General Admission 7pm- 10pm,  VIP Early Access 6pm- 7pm Venue:  Baldwin Park,  4899 New Broad Street  Orlando, FL 32814 Details: The evening will feature an intimate food and wine festival with picturesque Lake Baldwin and Harbor Park as the backdrop. More than 25 top tier local restaurants will be serving flavorful dishes each paired with a fine wine, crafted cocktail or local brew. Don't miss this one-of-a-kind event that benefits local cuisine and the James Beard Foundation's National Scholars Program. For TICKETS go to www.beardinbaldwin.com
  • Join us for the 30th Annual Spring Fiesta in the Park around the beautiful Lake Eola in downtown Orlando with family and friends. Date: Saturday April 6th and Sunday April 7th  Time: 10am-5pm Place: Lake Eola Park Details: This free, pet-friendly event includes more than 200 artist and crafter booths, food vendors, live music, a huge children’s play area and more.  For the adults and pups, you can swing by the Tito’s Handmade Vodka Pup Zone where you can find plenty of dog-friendly accessories to games to samples of Tito’s and Lemonade (must be 21 and older to sample). There’s always up-to-date information and weekly artist spotlights on the Fiesta in the Park Facebook page as well. Parking: orlando.gov/Our-Government/Departments-Offices/Parking Website: https://www.fiestainthepark.com/
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  • Congratulation to Christian St. Germain! Christian received the game ball award during Orangewood Christians senior night on Thursday, February 8th in recognition of his major milestone accomplishment of reaching and surpassing the 1,000 point mark in his basketball career at Orangewood Christian High School in Maitland, Florida. Christian passed the 1,000 point mark on Saturday, February 3, 2018 when Orangewood beat Poinciana 48-44.
  • Check out the play-by-play schedule below to find out if your team will be coming through the radio speakers at some point in the near future!
  • Florida Hospital is hosting a community-wide Blessings for Puerto Rico donation relief drive on Sunday, October 8th, at Calvary Orlando Church. From 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., the community can drop off any of the items listed below: You'll find our staff located at the parking lot of Calvary Orlando Church, 1199 Clay Street, Winter Park: This event is brought to you by WFTV, Florida Hospital, and the Cox Media Group Family of radio stations. Our partners in this initiative, the Florida Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, and then the Adventist Development and Relief Agency will distribute the collected items in Puerto Rico.
  • Orlando Magic President of Basketball Operations Jeff Weltman joined Scott Anez to discuss the Magic drafting Jonathan Isaac and Wesley Iwundu, trading the 25th and 35th picks and his expectations for free agency.
  • Newly signed Orlando Magic PG Shelvin Mack joined Scott Anez to talk about how he will fit with his new team.
  • It is not often that I side with the NCAA. As a matter of fact, I can’t think of one time that I have actually stood on the side of an organization that was created to protect student-athletes. Instead, I believe it’s done more to protect itself than anything. However, hell hath frozen over. It looks to me as if the NCAA did everything it could have done to keep UCF kicker Donald De La Haye employed and playing college football. De La Haye is the YouTube video enthusiast who has his own channel making athletic themed videos. Not my cup o’ tea, but the kid has 91,000 subscribers. He does very well for himself and his videos are creative. Well, the NCAA has ruled that that De La Haye would maintain his eligibility as a division one football player if he continued to make his you tube videos---but did not reference his status as a student athlete or depict his football skill and ability. The NCAA also allowed the kid to create videos that referred to his status as a student athlete if he would have posted the videos to a non-monetized account. It looks to me as if the NCAA bent over backwards for this kid. But De La Haye wants no part of the decision. He has given up his scholarship due to the ruling. I think the kid is being short-sited. Here’s a quote from a video he released on Monday…”All I wanted to do was to keep inspiring and motivating others thru my content. I didn’t know it would cost me my education.” Dude, if that is truly what you are aiming to do—wanting to inspire and motivate--- ok, fine. The NCAA gave you that option. If you truly want to inspire, make your videos, with no reference to you being a UCF football player and collect your paycheck. Heck, go ahead and reference UCF football and your athletic status---knock yourself out---but just don’t monetize that portion. You can still motivate and inspire under those guidleines, can’t you? Sure he can. But let’s tell it like it is here…The kid wants to make money. There’s nothing wrong with that. But, he would have to stay within the NCAA’s boundaries. Frankly, I have no problem with the boundaries set by the NCAA. I think Donald De La Haye is being very short-sited. If he truly wants to inspire and motivate, abide by the NCAA rules, continue with your passion in making videos and get back on the field. This is on you, Donald, not the NCAA.