Any conversation about women in the workplace eventually leads to a discussion about glass ceilings, gender pay gaps and sexual discrimination.
SULPHUR SPRINGS — A little over a year ago, Calvin and Tamica Clifton moved their family of five into the Sulphur Springs area.
Belly dancers, DJs, a Reiki master and wine tastings are just some of the activities planned for The Braid Mind Body Energy Center's grand opening in Ybor City on Sept. 13.
WEST TAMPA — It's a bright and sunny morning on a recent Sunday and the Rev. Henry Lyons, pastor of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, is at the start of his sermon.
NORTH HYDE PARK — Zoning disputes between residents and developers are nothing new. But Oxford Exchange's Blake Casper has taken his opposition to a new luxury apartment complex to the Internet.
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It has to royally rankle the oh so self-important Victor Crist to be taken so lightly by his arch nemesis, the ride-sharing company Uber.
TAMPA — Dressed in Santa hats and beards, a dozen or so skateboarders drove around downtown in a van loaded with skateboards.
Holy Hog Barbecue's downtown location will start serving breakfast Sept. 8.
Friday marks the official start to the 2015 football season — one that promises up to 16 weeks of competition, culminating in the chance for teams to bring home a state championship, which hasn't been done in Hillsborough County since 2011. But outside of the X's and O's, playoff favorites and highly touted …
Miley Cyrus — crass, crude, vulgar and shocking — has my attention.
And maybe my heart.
The U.S. Army drafted Frank Gonzalez five months before he was to graduate from Jesuit High School. That was in 1942, as World War II raged.
TAMPA — Arthur Scott, 61, squats amid a field of handlebars, pedals and tires. His glasses slip down his nose as he tries to straighten the spokes on a twisted bike wheel.
No politicians, politics or pitches. Just community.
TAMPA — Saltblock Catering Co. started with a group of people who wanted to introduce locally inspired recipes to the community.