Nearly every town has one – a local breakfast and lunch diner to call home.
Dwight Eppler of Valrico has to be away from his garden much of the time because of his work. He says if God didn’t take care of his plants they’d all be dead. A sprinkler system and helpful wife help God along.
It’s been nearly a year since she took to the stage at Carrollwood Players Theatre and blew the audience and judges away with her renditions of Katy Perry’s “Firework” and Streisand’s “Somewhere.”
You can call my husband and me many things at this stage of our lives. We both were sexagenarians a decade ago and are septuagenarians now. We look forward to being octogenarians, nonagenarians and even centenarians.
Half a century ago when I first visited Florida with my parents, my mother was quite taken by a shrimp plant she spotted in a restaurant. Papa was more taken that she had given it a name. How did she know it was a shrimp plant? he asked.
TAMPA — You’re not going to see a lot of Flamenco dancers rocking out at area proms.
TAMPA — The whole process started in mid-March at the Hillel Academy. It was time to assess the school’s entire program and welcome an accreditation team to the school.
TAMPA — Putting on a major summer production that requires a large group of kids is a huge commitment.
TAMPA — When you think of Duke University, perhaps you think of its basketball team, or its medical center.
Well, that didn't last long. About six months ago the store shut down as a change in ownership took place.