Thanksgiving Eve ranks as one of the biggest party nights of the year, especially for female college sophomores returning home to make their debuts before Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla. Of course, the royal debutante ball began as a formal pirate affair Nov. 25, with King James Von Thron, …
TAMPA — For four years, Jefferson High School senior Cameron Padgett, has balanced playing basketball, serving president of an honor society, and participating in a civic organization, all while maintaining a stellar academic record.
On the morning her mother wouldn't wake up, Chaelle Garcon climbed from the bed where they had slept since she was born and went outside to look for something to eat.
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS — Customers can't seem to get enough of Bill Workman's original ice cream creations.
LifePath Hospice Island Night
Bryce Smith first picked up archery when his daughter saw Princess Merida shoot a bow in Disney's Brave.
TAMPA — It was 1989 and Gary Hartfield had flunked out of Florida A&M University for the first time.
SOUTH TAMPA — At a time when most high school juniors fret about what to wear for prom or where to attend college, 16-year-old Elizabeth Dolan is running a nonprofit to help children with cancer and their families.
Just a few blocks from downtown Tampa lies a mostly barren section of the Tampa Heights neighborhood, where a few popular businesses reside, such as Café Hey and Oceanic Market, bordered by shuttered old buildings and dirt lots.
After opening his restaurant, Miguel's Mexican Seafood Restaurant and Grill, 23 years ago, owner Miguel Rodriguez is expanding to include a new concept, Miguelito's Taqueria Y Tequila.
In a time when most notes are sent via text message and email, Lynn Kelyman keeps the paper tradition alive. The Write Stuff, her South Tampa boutique, has sold stationery and other paper goods for 12 years and though communications are increasingly going digital, her customers count on her now more than ever for an …
TAMPA — Jack Espinosa, master of the funny story, packs a lot of craziness into Sacafiesta.
Partygoers will need a password to enter Feldman's Flappers and Fedoras tonight.
JDRF Dream Gala
A Friday the 13th Dream Gala sure was lucky for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's Tampa Bay chapter, which raised $600,000 "to turn Type 1 into Type None," said Night of Hope emcee Jen Holloway, who pointed out youngsters wearing patches that monitor their insulin level via …
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey are offering tickets to the opening night of their circus show Legends in Tampa in exchange for food donations to Metropolitan Ministries from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at Amalie Arena.