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Friday, Oct 31, 2014

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November’s fishing forecast looks good

November’s fishing forecast looks good

It’s almost November. The weather’s a little cooler, and it’s a bit more comfortable to be outdoors. The month kicks off the annual migration of fish headed for warmer waters south of our area or into the local rivers. Fish will ...
Published: 10/30/14
Baby shower goes above and beyond to help military moms

Baby shower goes above and beyond to help military moms

When guests at a recent baby shower for military families looked under their container of candy, each hoped he or she would have a green sticker, thus winning a door prize of a $400 Chicco car seat and stroller.
Published: 10/29/14

Conga Caliente event culminates Hispanic Heritage month

Celebrating its 11th anniversary, one of Florida’s top Hispanic events, Conga Caliente, will once again bring nationally and internationally recognized artists to Tampa.
Published: 10/29/14
Going Italian by way of recipes

Going Italian by way of recipes

There’s a new cookbook that transports you into the heart and soul of the Italian kitchen. The Italian Club showcased its new book, “Un Assaggio Dalle Nostre Cucine” — “A Taste from Our Kitchens” — at ...
Published: 10/29/14

Patel Conservatory offers on-camera casting master class

TAMPA — The Patel Conservatory will offer an On-Camera Casting Master Class with Miami-based casting director Ellen Jacoby on Saturday, Nov. 15, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 16, 1-5 p.m.
Published: 10/29/14
Health center renovation planned; ACA enrollment starts

Health center renovation planned; ACA enrollment starts

TAMPA — A $250,000 federal grant will enhance the Tampa Family Health Center’s Patient-Centered Medical Home model, as the centers gear up for helping thousands with enrollment in medical insurance through the Affordable Care Act....
Published: 10/29/14
South Tampa artist draws attention to the Everglades

South Tampa artist draws attention to the Everglades

Donna Morrison said she gets very grumpy when she doesn’t get to paint. Fortunately, she has enough subject matter to last her through retirement.
Published: 10/29/14
Ferman honored for ethics, conduct

Ferman honored for ethics, conduct

UT CAMPUS — James L. Ferman Jr. was honored recently with the 2014 Tampa Bay Ethics Award at a breakfast drawing some 200 community leaders.
Published: 10/29/14
Sesame Street characters surprise Shriners Hospital kids

Sesame Street characters surprise Shriners Hospital kids

Through the years, we’ve all watched TV characters come and go. Over time, many simply seem to lose their appeal.
Published: 10/29/14
Event space opens in Temple Terrace

Event space opens in Temple Terrace

Everybody likes a party, but sometimes finding a place to throw one can be a challenge. This is especially true during the holiday season that’s just around the corner, when restaurants, bars and hotels are busiest with requests for their faci...
Published: 10/29/14