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Tuesday, Apr 21, 2015

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Tampa woman dies in Carrollwood crash

An 18-year-old Tampa woman was killed early this morning in a single-car crash in Carrollwood.
Published: 04/17/15
It’s all in the family at Patel Conservatory’s ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

It’s all in the family at Patel Conservatory’s ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

Seven-year-old Blaze Hunter Flasterstein is thrilled.
Published: 04/15/15
Updated: 04/17/15

Remembrance of things past

I was born in 1941 in the Washington, D.C., area and lived there for more than 59 years. Wisdom has it that home is where the heart is, and I agree. But I’d extend that to say that home is also where our memories lie. I’ll be returning ...
Published: 04/15/15
Brandon bash offers open garden tours

Brandon bash offers open garden tours

There are few treats for gardeners better than wandering through people’s gardens, and this Saturday will be a fine opportunity. At no cost but your traveling expenses you can visit four very different gardens in the Brandon, Riverview and Val...
Published: 04/15/15
Turn to bison for a healthy, delicious change of pace

Turn to bison for a healthy, delicious change of pace

Demonstrating yet again my devotion to explore food trends, I recently tossed the family and a cooler in the car and headed to Punta Gorda for some bison meat.
Published: 04/15/15
Jack-of-all-trades guides golfers at Westchase

Jack-of-all-trades guides golfers at Westchase

If you play the Westchase Golf Club, you know Doug Bisbee.
Published: 04/15/15
Two Bellamy students awarded Junior Deputy honors

Two Bellamy students awarded Junior Deputy honors

TAMPA — Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Bob Corn walks the hallways of Bellamy Elementary, ever keeping an eye on the hundreds of kids who share those hallways. But he isn’t alone looking out for mischief....
Published: 04/15/15
Keeping them in stitches at Keep Me In Stitches

Keeping them in stitches at Keep Me In Stitches

CARROLLWOOD — Cars, televisions and the way we listen to music aren’t the only items from childhood that have continued to evolve.
Published: 04/15/15

Ensuring all hear the message

LUTZ — After 20 years, Janet Atkinson is ready to step down. It’s about time. She’s fulfilled her mission.
Published: 04/15/15

‘Breaking Legs’ on good footing at Carrollwood Players

When actors tell one another to “break a leg” before a show, they don’t really want them to have broken bones; it’s an ancient theater superstition, a way of saying “good luck” without actually saying it for ...
Published: 04/15/15