Spoiler alert: season two of the Amazon Studios series The Man in the High Castle did not win a 2017 Emmy for Outstanding Special Visual Effects.
Sara Mickelson, a self-acknowledged Renaissance woman, will be recognized later this month by one of the city's home-grown non-profit organizations as their Corporate Citizen of the Year. Each year, the National Organization for Transplant Enlightenment (N.O.T.E.) salutes people in the community who have …
Starting Right, Now holds its inaugural Drive Out Youth Homeless Charity Golf Tournament on Monday with a fairly unique twist: a helicopter ball drop.
Even in the final seconds of his 18-episode run on MasterChef, Jeff Philbin represented Tampa — albeit with the help of one of his fiercest competitors.
Lawrence McClure has reported raising a surprising $107,205 in the first month of his campaign in the special election for the District 58 state House seat, while his Republican primary opponent Yvonne Fry raised what would otherwise seem an impressive $68,765.
TAMPA — Fans of Florida A&M University Rattlers and Tennessee State University Tigers have converged on Tampa for the annual FAMU Tampa Football Classic.
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS — When Andrew Ashmeade was in the fourth grade, a chef from Boston in Portland, Jamaica, visited his tiny town of Christiana to demonstrate the famous jerk recipe.
In the latter years of his life Bart Hartstock could often be found in his converted garage, turning pieces of wood into crafts while shavings flew into his hair, on his face and — onto his air mask.
What's more important to you, your family, your livelihood and the region — the school system or the transportation system? That is framing up as a political choice for residents in Hillsborough County. But it's also a false choice; the region needs to invest in both schools and transit, and it is vital in the …
Before I knew about devastation in the Keys, or flooding in Jacksonville, or how Orlando and Miami were battered by Hurricane Irma, I experienced how powerful small doses of kindness can be.
TAMPA — No one invited Irma to their party last week, but she showed up anyway, waylaying the carefully-laid plans of numerous non-profits counting on achieving significant fundraising goals.
To paraphrase Lloyd Bridges in Airplane!, Looks like I picked the wrong week to renovate my kitchen.
The problem is very real, but it still largely exists in the shadows. It is concealed, denied and hidden away — sometimes, until it is too late.
TAMPA — On any given day, 700,000 people in Tampa Bay are considered food insecure, meaning they lack ready access to adequate and affordable nutrition on a daily basis.
University of South Florida leaders are working on a more consistent logo to better market the institution. Whatever they come up with, whether it involves green bull horns shaped into a "U" or not, the result will stand as a brand that means more today than it did last month. The university has met every requirement …