Author: Bob Moylan

Restaurant Review: The Coop

Following in the 4 Rivers Tradition I am a huge 4R fan,eat there as often as possible. I had heard they opened a new restaurant with the focus on “Soul” food. The reviews were not great when they first opened so I waited…and waited…and waited until finally the wife and I randomly decided to go one night. So the place is in a old building in the Winter Park area but not on Park Ave. Patrons line up in a cafeteria style line before ordering,which works to an extent but like 4 Rivers Smokehouse,the line can easily go out...

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Fast Food vs Nutritious Food

by Mollie Bailey, We’ve all been there at some point–too tired, rushed and hungry to prepare a healthy nutritious meal. So we stop for fast food. Our present economic problems make it even easier to justify that inexpensive drive-thru meal. Fast food is cheaper than buying fresh produce, lean meat and seafood. In fact, 30% of shoppers say they’re buying less fresh produce because of rising prices. The prices of healthy foods surged 19.5% over the past two years while junk food prices dropped 1.8%. These numbers, from the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, make it easier to...

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Melissa Burnos: Poet Laureate Rocker

A former NFL cheerleader turned rocker, Melissa Burnos is an unexpected success on the Miami music scene. A few years ago Maurice Gibb, a good friend and member of legendary group The Bee Gees, encouraged Burnos to turn her pages of dark poetry in song. A natural entertainer, her inherent rock sensibilities come alive on any stage as she loses herself in the music. Passionate about music and dancing since she was old enough to walk, Burnos trained in ballet, tap, jazz and hip hop, using the last genre to get her on the road to stardom. Turning her passion into a career, Melissa rose to the limelight as a cheerleader for the Miami Dolphins where she not only danced her heart out, but also sang a tune or two at special NFL events. All the while, she knew she wanted to accomplish more and decided to leave the sports world to focus on her true passions. Her pop rock sound is a mix between Portishead and Led Zepplin, while vocally, blues legend Etta James serves as her greatest hero. Embarking on a world tour this year with Argentinean pop star Ricardo Montaner, Burnos will perform in historic venues in Argentina, Venezuela, Bolivia, Uruguay, Colombia, and Mexico. “I really pride myself on my live show because I’m a really high energy, in your face kind of singer,” explained Burnos....

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