Instead of looking at the Lens as a more modern incarnation of the Pier, Steve Otto suggests a few marketing ideas that just might bridge the cap between its supporters and opponents.
Menus in Florida offer a wide variety of exotic meats like squid, octopus and alligator nuggets, but the $35 lion tacos might not be enough to maintain a business, writes columnist Steve Otto.
A friend of mine calls today just another “Hallmark holiday,’’ saying (not too loudly) it is one of those days dreamed up by card companies and florists to make a buck.
In an ideal world, the city should tear down the Germany library, put the residential tower on Ashley Drive, and rebuild the library on the Hillsborough River, writes columnist Steve Otto.
The Florida Legislature wraps another session without address any of the state’s major issues, writes columnist Steve Otto.
I'm going to be in Sun City Center this afternoon for a fundraiser to help wounded warrior Mike Nicholson. And to be completely honest, I have mixed feelings about the event.
He had just finished going on about why people justifiably don't like lawyers when he announced he was about to become one.
No, Maas Brothers is not coming back. That would be too much to hope for. Imagine a store where you could buy anything you needed; a place where the store clerks knew where everything was and how much it cost; a department store that guaranteed...
Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, freshly back from a trade mission to Germany, definitely isn't lacking in ambition for downtown, columnist Steve Otto says.
Given the situation, what is happening at Joshua House is a good thing. But the “what is happening’’ part is discouraging.
I probably should have been paying more attention in class when the instructor suggested that T.S. Eliot was making allusions to other things when he began “The Wasteland” with “April is the cruelest month.”