| By Larry Oskin | One whimsical shop has put a new twist on all things sweet in Clermont. A unicorn pony welcomes visitors in to try hand-dipped ice cream, cupcakes and edible cookie dough. Large ice cream sprinkles dot the brightly colored walls. You have arrived at Twisted Flavors Baked Bar. The store opened in October 2017 downtown at 763 Montrose St. (It was … Continue reading Twisted Flavors: A Twist on All Things Sweet
| By Rod Thorell | Several years ago, my wife and I determined that we had enough of snow, slush and Boston drivers. It was time to move South. We had vacationed in Florida for a long time, so we knew all about it, right? There are some things I have learned in moving from Massachusetts to Clermont that were a complete surprise to me. … Continue reading Humor: Former Bostonian Discovers Florida’s Surprises
| By Penny Amann | In yoga, especially in yin yoga, letting go is the most difficult asana (posture). We cling to so much in life — the way we thought things should be, expectations of others and ourselves, how much money and how many possessions we should have, how relationships should be. We even cling to a notion of how our yoga postures should … Continue reading Yin Yoga: The Art of Letting Go
| By Jamie Rametta | Recently, the ketogenic diet has been getting lots of attention — and in my professional opinion, way too much of a following. With a diet high in saturated fat and low in carbs and fiber, there’s good reason to be concerned about getting high cholesterol down the road on the keto diet. However, so many people are jumping on board … Continue reading What’s Way Better than the Keto Diet?
| By Wade Moore | Check out the Danish Olympic Rowing team practicing on the beautiful Lake Minneola in Clermont, shot recently in 360 video. Go full-screen for the best view. Wade Moore runs Dream Magnum Productions. He loves getting outside to capture captivating photos and video in Central Florida. Continue reading 360 Video on Lake Minneola