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SEMINOLE HEIGHTS — Artist John Christian S. of Seminole Heights has a distinctively “minimalist” style to his acrylic paintings on wooden panels. But if you ask his friends if he is a minimalist in terms of his day-to-day lifesty...
A long-standing Interbay neighborhood park got a little bit friendlier recently, thanks to the hard work of the Port Tampa City Woman’s Club. Spanish-American War Memorial Park, 4752 W. Prescott Street, recently received a new playground area....
SOUTH TAMPA — Servicemen and women from around the globe were honored recently when Memorial Hospital hosted its sixth annual Military Appreciation Reception.
PALMA CEIA — Joanne Sullivan and Sue Cox were honored for their active roles in the Red Cross Angels as Red Cross Angels of the Year.
TAMPA — When the Tampa Bay Heralds of Harmony barbershop chorus puts on a show it’s a celebration of classic American tunes and a musical style that can raise the roof and stir the soul at the same time.
TAMPA — It’s a major undertaking that involves nine months of planning to ensure the four-day event unfolds with nary a glitch or complaint.
With the school year’s final bells about to ring and summertime nearly upon us, I’ve been thinking a lot about candy. Next to cooling off at the neighborhood pool, trips to the store when I was young just might have been the best part o...
TAMPA — “It takes a lot to laugh, it takes a train to cry,” Bob Dylan once wrote of the plaintive cry of a train whistle.
TAMPA — Young patients fighting life-threatening illnesses exchanged their hospital gowns for glittery gowns May 1 for a night to remember.
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS — When Boy Scout Sebastian Zambrano had to do a community service project for a badge, he “wanted to do something earth-related.”
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