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The New York Mets have been implicated in the Bernie Madoff fiasco. Omar Minaya refused to comment, but savvy people know that it is esoteric, thus Minaya is not privy to it, as he is just a former baseball player. David Wright is rumoured to be on the trading block, and fans of the old Shea Stadium hope to retain Jose Reyes, the fastest player since Rickey Henderson.
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Despite some personnel shortcomings over the years, like the Tracy Mcgrady experience, the presence of players like Scott Skiles and Horace Grant helped instill a sense of a winning mentality, and a good level of professionalism to go with it. It isn't that management wouldn't sign Tracy if they had it to do over, it's that Mcgrady is a blessing and curse in that he's so talented but requires so much offensive energy; other teammates tend to tune out of the offence. The strippers and models apparently weren't enough to keep him around either, and in 2006, he left for the Rockets. Since then, Orlando has had a higher respect level around the league, and with that came higher expectations. It's safe to say that the Magic haven't lived up to expectations.
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Not much more than a sleepy provincial town until the 1950's, Orlando's fortunes were transformed by its proximity to Cape Canaveral and the theme parks. Downtown Orlando's glass-sided high-rises mark a busy business district; it also has a burgeoning arts and culture scene.
In the evening, Orange Avenue, Orlando's main street, pulsates with an exciting nightclub scene. Another bustling street is International Drive, with its many attractions, plenty of shopping opportunities, and excellent restaurants.
Winter Park, one of Orlando's most elegant neighborhoods, boasts a bevy of cultural attractions from art museums to scenic boat tours; the nearby suburbs of Eatonville and Maitland feature quiet attractions, which make a pleasant change from the thrills and spills of the theme parks.
ZORRA CEALE HURSTON NATIONAL MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
In Eatonville exhibits the works of contemporary African-American artists. It is named after African-American writer Zora Neale Hurston, who grew up in Eatonville.
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With its fantastic collection of the world's strangest oddities collected by Robert Ripley during his travels around the globe, is a major attraction on International Drive.
CHARLES HOSMER MORSE MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART
In Winter Park features a lovely collection of glass by famed designer Louis Comfort Tiffany.