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This fruitful jungle is full of rare plants

This fruitful jungle is full of rare plants

I love to visit Ed Musgrave’s garden because it’s even more of a jungle than mine, partly because he has one and a half acres, which is three times the size of my garden. He also has much more experience and knowledge about fruit and ra...
Published: 07/08/14

Watch-less and watch what happens

It must be true that opposites attract, otherwise I probably wouldn’t be married.
Published: 07/08/14
Observations, odds and ends

Observations, odds and ends

Special Correspondent
Published: 07/08/14

Boil water notice issued for part of South Tampa

A precautionary boil water notice is in effect for approximately 500 City of Tampa water customers in South Tampa, the Tampa Water Department said.
Published: 07/03/14
Updated: 07/04/14
Transplant program successes lauded

Transplant program successes lauded

PALMA CEIA – Chris Charles Daniels saved the lives of four others – even though doctors couldn’t save his.
Published: 07/02/14
Updated: 07/03/14
Cards, camaraderie aim to help thwart Alzheimer’s during Longest Day

Cards, camaraderie aim to help thwart Alzheimer’s during Longest Day

On June 21, the Tampa Bay Bridge Club participated in The Longest Day event. The event, a partnership between the American Contract Bridge League and the Alzheimer's Association, took place nationwide to raise not only awareness but also funds to fig...
Published: 07/02/14
Kahwa Coffee mural helps business stand out

Kahwa Coffee mural helps business stand out

Last year, when Kahwa Coffee owners Raphael and Sarah Perrier opened their first free-standing drive-thru at the former Wendy’s on Henderson Boulevard in South Tampa, they took off the ’80s-style Wendy’s roof. But it left a big, ...
Published: 07/02/14
 Legacy Awards presented

Legacy Awards presented

YBOR CITY — Jason Fernandez, the owner of several Ybor City restaurants, said he got into the business because of his neighbor — the late Adela Gonzmart of the Columbia Restaurant.
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
Le Meridien celebrates grand opening

Le Meridien celebrates grand opening

The Le Meridien hotel formally opened for business on Thursday, marking a grand, new chapter in the transformation of a century old federal courthouse on Florida Avenue into a gleaming new boutique hotel.
Updated: 1 months ago