Today we begin an occasional series of posts shining a spotlight on local amateur photographers whose work appears in the Tampa Bay Times.
Amalie Arena wants to get something out of the way.
Images from a bygone era: St. Petersburg's first-ever Publix opened on June 15, 1950. The grand opening ad alone is priceless.
Come take a little visit to Folly Farm through the lens of Tampa Bay Times staff photographer Douglas R. Clifford.
MADEIRA BEACH — In a town where a playful wind tosses sand across Gulf Boulevard like summertime snowflakes, they're talking about death threats. They're serving up blackened grouper sandwiches at Dockside Dave's, and lawsuits and ethics complaints down the street at City Hall. As tourists call for room service, …
This photo essay appeared in the pages of the St. Petersburg Times on January 29, 1964. What follows is the text of the original story, interspersed with photos taken by Times staff photographer Ron Wahl.
Our latest reader photo poll features colorful waters, colorful skies and colorful birds. Please cast your vote below to help decide which of these five images will wear the title of Reader Photo of the Month.
From neo soul and jazz, all the way to traditional gospel, the third annual Tampa Bay Gospel Festival featured something for anybody who stopped by the Water Works Park in downtown Tampa Saturday afternoon. Organized by Maurice Allen of Tampa, the show treated Tampa residents to live worship and gospel music, headlined …
There are some things to get out of the way. Before you finish the wine, you have to do dealbreakers. I killed a man in Cincy. I collect clown socks. I have a lower back Gwar tattoo.
This story appeared in the pages of the St. Petersburg Times on January 5, 1958. What follows is the text of the original story, interspersed with photos of the event taken by Times staff photographer George Trabant.