LEALMAN — From a faded green recliner in her tiny mobile home, Cheryl Dixon punched a number into her phone. Behind her, kitchen cabinets burst with Hamburger Helper and ramen noodles, bags of doughnuts and Cocoa Diamonds cereal.
Rachel Arndt of Tampa Bay Watch was kind enough to offer us an advance look at some of the images that will be featured in an upcoming exhibit of nature photography. We think you'll like them as much as we do. (See below for details on the exhibit.)
Our heels click through Times Square, brushing against floor-length gowns as we anxiously make our way toward the Richard Rodgers Theatre. The marquee is out of sight until we're right up on it, black letters and a familiar image set against a gold background: HAMILTON: AN AMERICAN MUSICAL.
ZEPHYRHILLS — Donnie Morgan's lab coat never stayed white for long.
Baby Sandhill Cranes, ducklings and gators compete with a gorgeous Florida Panther and a spectacular sunset in this month's reader photo poll. Please cast your vote to help decide which of these five reader-submitted photos will wear the title of Reader Photo of the Month.
ST. PETERSBURG — After the transplant team finished its rounds, after nurses checked her oxygen level and a doctor came to say: Yes, she would have to have surgery again today, Maddie Price asked her mom to hand her the paisley drawstring bag hanging in her hospital room.
Sara Ann Butler puts on her '80s-style headband and tries to curl her stiff fingers around the neck of a bass guitar.
By LANE DeGREGORY | Times Staff Writer
His pregnant patient was progressing slowly at home. So the doctor told her to head to the hospital. He would meet her there.
I read a lot of paperback thrillers, especially in the summer. Sometimes I think it's because of something in my DNA.
We watched our yellow labrador, Hendrix, die in slow motion.