In 2010, James Tokley, Tampa's Poet Laureate, wrote the poem, A Modern Manifesto, which honored the new Edgecomb Courthouse.
TAMPA — Trimeka Benjamin was focused on a career in broadcast journalism when she entered Bethune-Cookman University.
TAMPA — Tony Scaglione's childhood dream was to own his family's restaurant.
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS — Bad weather rocked the Southwest Airlines flight from Havana to Tampa.
It's ironic that Tampa Bay WaVE — an entrepreneur incubator with an eye on growing Tampa's tech startups — keeps its offices in a century-old building originally used as an auditorium for the adjacent Masonic Lodge.
Before World War II Tampa's public transportation needs were covered by a network of Birney streetcars, with a peak of 24 million passengers in 1926. When a local streetcar enthusiast came across a 1920's model, she contacted the Tampa Trolley Society with an eye towards restoration. That streetcar would become the part …
I'm not sure when headphones became almost a mandatory part of everyday life.
A "mandala" is a spiritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism representing a microcosm of the universe. In various spiritual traditions, mandalas help establish a sacred space.
TAMPA — Circus performer/filmmaker Stewart Lippe doesn't clown around on the subject of domestic violence.
The need is too great and the stakes are too high for those involved with affordable housing in Hillsborough County to be fighting over the limited federal support that helps make it possible.
On the way home from a St. Augustine vacation Greg Gostomski, who retires from the U.S. Air Force as a master sergeant on July 31, began searching veteran-friendly restaurant concepts.
WESTSHORE — A new kiosk inside Westshore Plaza brings back a popular style of the '80s and '90s: plastic jelly sandals.
TAMPA — Like most people, Dror Vaknin, the University of Tampa's head coach for cross country and track and field, receives dozens of text messages and e-mails on a typical day. They blur together.
Something isn't adding up.
The Hillsborough County School District can't seem to hold on to a communications chief. It's not like the job doesn't pay well. Teresa Lantigua Peterson, who was hired in April but has already quit, was pulling down $107,000 a year.
One look at Charity LeBlanc's Instagram and it makes perfect sense why People.com nicknamed her Spider Mom.