TAMPA — Bill Carson picks out a 1914 Gasparilla postcard. He leafs through a 1954 National Geographic article that reports on the Gasparilla invasion. He has files and files of invitations, programs and photos of yore, but it's the club's central piece of hardware that most intrigues the historian of Ye …
TAMPA — Bill Minahan's influence did not end when his life did.
The Hillsborough County School Board taught a civics lesson with its dismissal of superintendent MaryEllen Elia.
Access to excess. The multifaceted Quintessence granted just that with look-sees at luxury transportation, fashion, cuisine and entertainment. Guests climbed aboard boats, planes, cars and RVs parked at Davis Islands' Peter O. Knight Airport. Bars surrounded swanky lounge seating and …
YBOR CITY — Dr. John Rinde turned 7 in the Lvov ghetto, confined there with all the other Jews from his town of Przemysl, Poland.
Recently, after undergoing extensive medical testing, my doctor diagnosed me with celiac disease and autoimmune malabsorption.
Melissa Grubb and Tj Tripp had a choice.
Tripp was traveling the world as part of a monster truck crew while Grubb was back home in Daytona Beach working as a retail store manager. The separation anxiety grew into, well, a monster and Grubb wanted Tripp to crush it like his truck crushes cars.
Person of Vision
Rarely, if ever, has the intent and title of Prevent Blindness Florida's annual Person of Vision award been a better fit then when Jeff and Penny Vinik took the honor Jan. 8. Emcee Brendan McLaughlin of WFTS-Ch. 28 was first to thank them for making their home in Tampa …
LITHIA — FishHawk residents Jennifer Adamo and Joel Granata felt inconvenienced having to drive more than 4 miles in any direction to enjoy a hearty breakfast.
At the beginning of every semester in his career development class, University of South Florida professor Jay Zalinger passes out letters to his senior students.