Wade Hamby doesn't have a favorite. Each one of the 50-plus windup toys he sets up around his St. Petersburg home every holiday season makes him smile.
DADE CITY – Eli Joyner discovered a whole new world without leaving Dade City.
NEW PORT RICHEY
They've heard the wise cracks. All it takes is another off-beat news story and one person or another is shaking their head and making the comment, "only in Pasco."
The brass medal rested between satin and crushed gold velvet on a junk table at a dusty Orlando flea market.
The seller wanted $10.
Having trouble accepting the new world? We hear you. The majority of voters in the United States voted for a president who didn't win, and that's a bitter pill. It's time to shake it off and work with what we've got. There are big ways to effect change in the world, but the first step is often small. Here are a few …
Join hands with me, will you, for a pre-Thanksgiving prayer:
Here's an election that might actually be fun! This month's reader photo poll is all about birds, sky and clouds. Please cast your vote to help decide which of these five will wear the title of Reader Photo of the Month.
You, as a Florida voter, hold the fate of the world in your hands.
More than 100 emails and phone calls poured in after September's Floridian story about 16-year-old Adán Martinez and the viola that changed his life. He had been busking to make payments on the instrument he named Lamar and had more than $1,200 to go. But within a week, readers calling Violin …
Time capsule: This is a recurring Floridian magazine feature that allows readers to re-experience some of the Tampa Bay Times' best stories with the wisdom of hindsight. Writer Lane DeGregory got a phone call last month about this story, from the children of Dr. Ayestaran. He held on to that box for years, …