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Food, fun and adventure less than an hour away

Food, fun and adventure less than an hour away

My better half and I desperately needed a day away to refresh ourselves and our perspective. As the saying goes, “All work and no play...” is just no fun.
Published: 07/03/14
YMCA Camp Cristina is a kid’s paradise

YMCA Camp Cristina is a kid’s paradise

RIVERVIEW – At the Y’s Camp Cristina, there’s no way a kid can’t help but have fun. There are so many choices across 65 acres tucked off Balm Riverview Road, a kid’s head could spin. During traditional weekly camps,...
Published: 07/02/14
Updated: 07/03/14
LifePath Hospice honors veterans

LifePath Hospice honors veterans

SUN CITY CENTER – LifePath Hospice is widely known for its compassionate care of patients during their final stages of life. But not many know about a special program called “We Honor Veterans” that the nonprofit group adopted in 20...
Published: 07/02/14
Updated: 07/03/14

Firehouse Cultural Center to host art camps for kids

RUSKIN – The Firehouse Cultural Center’s annual summer arts camps start Monday. Each camp is a week in duration, will feature a different type of art and take place from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. weekdays.
Published: 07/02/14
Updated: 07/03/14
New business uses social media strategy for a cause

New business uses social media strategy for a cause

APOLLO BEACH – There is an epidemic among our youth today. It permeates through playgrounds, is prominent in classrooms and is sweeping social media. And whether a target or bystander, child or parent, no one is untouched – by bullying....
Published: 07/02/14
If one garden is good, are two better?

If one garden is good, are two better?

Do you sometimes wish you could return to a garden of your past or start another garden in another climate? Betty Denton lives in Dover on property adjacent to where she was raised with her mother’s house on one side and her sister’s on...
Published: 07/02/14
Try walking in his shoes

Try walking in his shoes

Jeffrey Corniello has a foot fetish of sorts. The fourth generation Italian cobbler’s passion is helping others walk correctly and comfortably, even when their health issues might dictate otherwise.
Updated: 1 months ago
Home sellers losing sales to new communities

Home sellers losing sales to new communities

Statistical data shows home prices have bounced back in the Tampa area, but Realtors say the lack of new home inventory in certain price ranges and locations is making their job more difficult.
Updated: 1 months ago
Frogs can be fascinating

Frogs can be fascinating

Frogs can also be very helpful in the garden – or not.
Updated: 1 months ago
Fish patterns change as summer arrives

Fish patterns change as summer arrives

Mid June is the beginning of a hot summer to come. When fishing during the summer months, heat and water temperature will control how, when and what you fish for.
Updated: 1 months ago