Tori hosts the February episode of Style TV, a 30-minute community TV show based on award-winning Lake & Sumter Style Magazine featuring local people, places, and events. The February episode was filmed at beautiful Lake Sumter Landing in The Villages, and also features Tori interviewing residents and visitors in the popular retirement community town square on the local nightlife.
“God is faithful.” You’ve heard it a thousand times in songs, in sermons, blogs, and more. Maybe you’ve heard a pastor say at some point that you should write down your prayers so that months or years from now, you can go back and read them and see how they’ve been answered and be reminded how faithful God is.
But what happens when you don’t feel like God is faithful? I am one of those people who keep a “prayer journal.” For me,
FSU linebacker Telvin Smith took part in Florida State’s “Sod Cemetery” tradition on Saturday after FSU’s 37-7 win over the Gators by cutting a chunk of sod from Florida Field. Meanwhile, the Florida band played the Alma Mater in the background and the crowd ironically sang “All Hail, Florida, Hail!” as Smith defaced the Gator’s home turf.
According to tradition, Seminole players cut a piece of sod from the fields of championship and rivalry away games where they are victorious and bury it in the Sod Cemetery.
Tori Petry’s demo reel from working for WUFT Sports. Tori covered the 2013 National Championship-winning Gator gymnastics team as well as the 2013 Gator football team, anchored sports for WUFT’s First at Five, and worked as a feature reporter for WUFT Sports.
Her features include Frank Hawley’s Drag Racing School where she takes a 143 mph shotgun ride in a drag racing car at Gainesville Raceway, and Gator Swim coach Gemma Spofforth,
Tori hosts the November episode of Style TV, a 30-minute community TV show based on award-winning Lake & Sumter Style Magazine featuring local people, places, and events. The November episode was filmed at the headquarters of the Institute of Cardiovascular Excellence in Ocala, and also features Tori as the host of the Focus on Fitness segment. In this month’s Focus on Fitness, Tori attempts to learn Zumba at Pulse Fitness Gym in Ocala.
Tori Petry suits up with the Leesburg SWAT team for a feature in the October episode of Lake & Sumter Style TV. Escalante was featured in the Extraordinary People edition of Lake & Sumter Style Magazine.
Tori hosts the October episode of Style TV, a 30-minute community TV show based on award-winning Lake & Sumter Style Magazine. The show features local people, places, and events. The October episode was filmed at Munroe in the Oaks at 138th, and also features Tori as the host of the Focus on Fitness segment. This month’s Focus on Fitness was filmed at Crossfit Pinnacle where Coach TK shows Tori the ropes of a basic crossfit workout.
It’s clear from my Pinterest news feed that the general female population is obsessed with the month of October because of the cozy sweaters, pumpkin-flavored treats, and “boyfriend weather” the time of year brings. Yeah yeah, those things are all fine & dandy, but this girl loves October for more reasons than being able to Instagram her pumpkin spice latte. Let me break down why October is my favorite month for sports (in no particular order).
If I have one pet peeve in life, it is people who complain about “bandwagon fans”.
You’ve heard these types of people – or even worse, perhaps you are one yourself. They blast newcomers to their favorite sports team’s fan base, proclaiming the only legitimate fans are ones whose outfit home from the hospital after birth was a team jersey. If you became a fan at any point when the team was having mild success,
Attending races at Daytona International Speedway with my family have accounted for some of my favorite memories in life. It was there that I discovered the magic of NASCAR and just how fascinating this sport could be. Although it holds the most expensive TV contract in sports and billions of dollars are funneled into it annually, people refuse to let go of the stereotype that NASCAR is just a bunch of left turns and rednecks.