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Thursday, Apr 17, 2014

South Shore News

Here's a 'Pinterest-ing' menu idea for brunch

Here's a 'Pinterest-ing' menu idea for brunch

You would think with how much I talk, think and write about food that I would enjoy coming up with special occasion menus. But that's actually one of the toughest parts of my job. The quantity, ease of service and temperature factors can sometimes th...
Published: 04/09/14

The quality of life is enhanced by our natural surroundings

I never had the experience before and now that I’ve had it, I hope to never have it again. It’s such a simple thing, I just didn’t expect the feelings that came with it.
Published: 04/09/14
What’s new at USF Botanical Gardens?

What’s new at USF Botanical Gardens?

Going back to a garden you’ve visited before has the charm of seeing the familiar. Then comes the delight of what’s been added or improved.
Published: 04/09/14
Mild weather makes for great fishing in South Shore waters

Mild weather makes for great fishing in South Shore waters

Cold fronts have thinned out and the few that are still hitting us are not as strong as we had seen earlier in the year. This has made for the consistent kind of weather that makes spring fishing some of the best of the year. The nice weather mixed f...
Published: 04/09/14

South Shore Community News

Dine out, help kids
Published: 04/09/14
Soccer Gemz scores big with South Shore youngsters

Soccer Gemz scores big with South Shore youngsters

RUSKIN – A new soccer program in the community is dedicated to ensuring that kids have a ball.
Published: 04/09/14
Kitchen fire extinguished in pub at Riverview strip mall

Kitchen fire extinguished in pub at Riverview strip mall

Firefighters extinguished a kitchen fire in a pub at a Riverview strip mall Tuesday morning.
Published: 04/08/14

Brush fire in Wimauma damages farm equipment

Hillsborough County Fire Rescue worked a brush fire today in Wimauma that damaged farming equipment.
Published: 04/07/14
Spring Fling to spotlight Little Manatee River State Park

Spring Fling to spotlight Little Manatee River State Park

WIMAUMA – Just five miles south of Sun City Center, Little Manatee River State Park is concealed behind acres of floodplain forest and low-lying hammocks. Since its purchase by the state in 1974, the park has served as a haven for avid outdoor ...
Published: 04/02/14
Riverview artist touches others through her work

Riverview artist touches others through her work

RIVERVIEW – Although she's a recent transplant to South Shore, Rhonda Long is already making her mark on the community with diverse artwork that draws on her ethnic heritage, her faith and her social conscience.
Published: 04/02/14