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TAMPA — We’ve all heard it said: Make every day the best it can be, because you never know what tomorrow has in store.
LUTZ — Gary Dassatti is a man on a mission. He is obsessed with doing everything or anything he can to eliminate the world of ALS.
South Tampa’s own Robinson Lady Knights girls basketball team were the winners of the team GPA award for the 2014-2015 school year.
ODESSA - Growing up the son of a married couple who happened to work at the same pub together in Hailsham, England, Ricky Wells had already lived and breathed the bar scene well before he coordinated with his parents to open a low-key brewery, the Wi...
The Scraporium, at 16518 N. Florida Ave., is not your mother’s scrapbook store.
LUTZ — Marianne and Bill Owens have given a new meaning to reaching out to the community, affecting the lives of many homeless children each month as they venture from Lutz out to Robles Park in Central Tampa.
Even though whirring blender blades make enough noise to drown out a helicopter landing on our roof, my favorite breakfast for eons has been smoothies. The recipes have easily adapted to suit my diet as it has evolved.
TAMPA — For years, Carrollwood Village residents told their civic leaders they’d like a park where their dogs could run and play with other dogs.
Opening March 20, Carrollwood Players’ latest production, “Looking,” written by Canadian playwright Norm Foster, gives the audience everything needed for a perfect contemporary adult romantic comedy.
TAMPA — In its constant battle to fight childhood obesity, the Westchase Recreation Center has created a fitness program for its after-school program. So far, it has been a better-than-expected hit.
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