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The origins of Labor Day aren’t grandiose. In the late 19th century, President Grover Cleveland quashed a major railway strike that threatened the delivery of federal mail. Days later, as a consolation prize, he signed a law making it a nation...
Now is the season when we combine our avid interest in drinking adult beverages with our white-hot passion for watching millionaires, hundredthousandaires and athlete scholars chase an oblong hunk of inflated leather.
Not sure what to do this week? Don't worry, we've got you covered. Here are our editors' picks for things to do in Tampa this Labor Day weekend, from a pair of home shows to get your house looking right, to a lighted boat parade and fireworks over th...
The management team of the new Graffiti Junktion, 11401 N. 56th St., believes it has much more to offer than the typical sports bar.
A new restaurant quietly opened its doors near the University of Tampa this month with a simple goal: dole out cheesy, gooey pans of hot macaroni and cheese to students looking for something fast, inexpensive and comforting near campus.
The restaurant opens for dinner tonight at 5 p.m. A formal ribbon-cutting for the renovated 112-year-old former municipal water works building along the Hillsborough River north of downtown will take place at 4 p.m.
MIAMI — Burger King is in talks to buy doughnut chain Tim Hortons and create a new holding company headquartered in Canada, a move that could shave its tax bill.
I’ll admit the sign got my attention.
TAMPA — The city’s biggest craft cocktail celebration is about to get bigger.
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