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Aptly titled cookbook is nonsense-free

Aptly titled cookbook is nonsense-free

It takes a special gift to know when to get all fancy with a cookbook title and when to play it dead straight. I’d say “Just Friggin’ Cook!” gets right to the friggin’ point.
Updated: 3 mins ago

City Council rejects waivers for laundry business

TEMPLE TERRACE — Despite the recommendation of approval by the city's development review committee and a lack of objections by the county's city-county planning commission, the Temple Terrace City Council voted 4 to 1 against allowing a coin-op...
Updated: 7 hours ago
Literacy celebrated by tutors, students

Literacy celebrated by tutors, students

YBOR CITY — Sarrah Conn, of South Tampa, and Julia Etienne, of East Tampa, share a special bond.
Updated: 7 hours ago
For some, Party Artsy provides therapy along with art

For some, Party Artsy provides therapy along with art

Karen Dowd, of South Tampa, suffered a serious stroke but has found a positive way to cope — with every brush stroke she makes with a paintbrush. Dowd participated recently in a Party Artsy art class, an event that has been popping up all over...
Updated: 7 hours ago
Gala’s speaker shows UACDC program works

Gala’s speaker shows UACDC program works

TAMPA — It was an affair that drew a host of professional athletes, legislators and several other admired Tampa Bay area residents.
Updated: 7 hours ago
Volunteers needed as Girl Scout leaders

Volunteers needed as Girl Scout leaders

TAMPA — It breaks Leslie Blake’s heart when she thinks about how many gals’ names are on the waiting list to become Girl Scouts.
Updated: 7 hours ago
The YES! F.A.I.R. is coming to town

The YES! F.A.I.R. is coming to town

TAMPA — Becki Forsell has never wanted to be defined by her disability.
Updated: 7 hours ago
Professional reaches her pinnacle — she can now vote

Professional reaches her pinnacle — she can now vote

TAMPA — In 1969, Margaret Chan-Carter made the biggest decision of her life.
Published: 09/24/14

Gramatica family gets a kick out of giving back

TAMPA — The sports world is filled with athletes who run charitable foundations. Most of them lend their name and make the occasional appearance, sign a few autographs and leave the staff to handle the dirty work....
Published: 09/24/14
Florida College students honor the victims of 9/11

Florida College students honor the victims of 9/11

TEMPLE TERRACE — Sept. 11, 2001, began as a cloudless, picture-perfect kind of a day in New York City and Washington, D.C.
Published: 09/24/14