He could have ridden the daunting dips and climbs of Gwazi at Busch Gardens instead of riding over to Nebraska Avenue, armed with large bags of rice and buckets of fresh vegetables.
Seven years after opening the original location in downtown Tampa, Taps Restaurant Bar and Lounge opened its second location in Tampa at International Plaza and Bay Street this week.
At the age of 18, Daniel Erickson's already acquired a list of impressive accomplishments.
Last week, 278 students traveled to Tampa from across the United States to participate in World Changers, a nationwide Christian community service project.
TAMPA — Children's Board of Hillsborough County executive director Kelley Parris obsessively checked the legislative tracking site on her computer.
More than a century ago, a church opened in the heart of east Tampa, offering community members a gathering place in times of worship, joy and sorrow.
Philip Neal and Peter Stark met in San Francisco 31 years ago at a summer intensive in San Francisco, much like the one Neal now leads as the new artistic director of Next Generation Ballet and Patel Conservatory dance department chair.
Thurlowe Russell grew up running the hills of his native Jamaica.
Hot times. Here we are again with the summer heat and humidity. The water on the flats is pushing 90 degrees by mid morning and the inshore bite starts to slow. You may want to move to deeper water and go mackerel, snapper and trout fishing.
Yankees outfield prospect Dustin Fowler's reputation preceded his call-up to advanced-A ball in Tampa.
TAMPA — When she graduates high school in four years, Tikera Daniel, 14, wants to pursue a career as a crime scene investigator.
WEST TAMPA — Get Rep. Janet Cruz talking deviled crabs and the memories roll out.
Tricky weather. Recent heavy rains over Tampa Bay have cooled water temperatures, triggering redfish to leisurely feed. But recent repeated days of high temperatures still have area waters in the upper 80s, making fishing in general relatively tough.
In her past: the earthquake that ravaged her homeland of Haiti, journeying to the United States and leaving behind a mother she hasn't seen in five years.
TAMPA — Ryan Davis wants neighborhood kids to enjoy the rest of their summer vacation. But when it is time for school, he also wants to make sure they're prepared.