From Our Editors
With its finger-on-the-pulse lifestyle coverage, informative personality profiles, and hard-hitting investigative reports, Orlando keeps local haberdashers up to date on jerkin trends and partygoers brimming with conversation starters. The magazine's recent work has been as impressive as ever. Writer Mark I. Pinsky's riveting April 2009 profile of preacher, activist, and convicted felon George Crossley won first place in the Florida Magazine Association's Best In-Depth Reporting competition. Second place went to another Orlando story, Michael McLeod's look at billionaire Sam Zell's disastrous stewardship of the Sentinel newspaper. Alongside such features, you'll find coverage of dining, entertainment, style, and travel, all made appealing to visual learners and illiterate babies with stunning glossy photography.