BRANDON — A three-year promise to his father has turned into a lifelong passion for Freddie "Joe" Martin Jr., the oldest of Fred Martin's eight children.
Fish dazed. This has been the month of confusion for our fish. They are not sure what to do. It goes from 40 degrees to 80 degrees every couple of days. At least the snook have been able to make it to their winter hang outs without freezing to death. This weekend looks like it is shaping up to be pretty good for …
Wine Women & Shoes
Cram 540 women in a corridor with a dozen pop-up shops and wine bars, add 50 "Sole Men" refreshing their glasses and you've arrived at Wine Women & Shoes, a national event branded locally to benefit the Children's Cancer Center. The Nov. 20 fashion frenzy continued in a small …
TAMPA — It's those last-second decisions, those moments of uneasiness that stick out in Plant High School coach Robert Weiner's mind the most.
TAMPA — The warm glow from the sound mixer gently lit Mark Perfetti's face as he sat in the control room and cued the start of WMNF's Live Music Showcase radio show.
Redemption will be front and center in this week's second-round playoff football action. Plant and Armwood each face an opponent defeated in the region semifinals last season while Jesuit-Spoto and Sickles-Tampa Bay Tech face off in regular-season rematches. All games start at 7:30 p.m., and admission is $8.
On Christmas morning, when Caroline Kole was 8 years old, she unwrapped a present from her parents. Her first guitar.
Grow and thrive, but protect and sustain. That's the Sustany Foundation's message, served to nearly 1,000 like-minded folks at its seventh annual Sustainable Buzz. Locally sourced, organic, fresh and natural were the buzzwords as 40-plus restaurants, wine stewards and brewmasters converged …
PLANT CITY — Barbecue aficionados are gearing up for the 12th annual Pig Jam.
Seasons change. Transition time is here. Time to take the nets, reels and rods in for repairs as winter moves in.
On Veterans Day, 50 ex-military members got the one thing they never should have had to go without: a home.
Juliann Nichols describes herself as a serial entrepreneur.
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BRANDON — If you represent a school organization, corporate group or anybody in need of promotional apparel and items, Dwayne Lewis is one of the few people in Brandon who can proudly serve you.
Hand Girl Scouts cookies to some of Tampa Bay's top chefs, unleash their imaginations and behold the results.