THE EYES OF HISTORY 2014 is a photo contest sponsored by the White House News Photographers Association. Here are some of the top images, listed by category. See them weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. through July 14 at the Poynter Institute, the school for journalists that owns the Tampa Bay Times. It is at 801 Third St. S, St. Petersburg. See them online at whnpa.org/contests/still-contest/2014-eyes-of-history. To arrange private tours, contact Poynter's Kenny Irby at (727) 821-9494.
THE EYES OF HISTORY
Editor’s note: Shannon Colavecchio, a former Tampa Bay Times reporter now living in Tallahassee, decided in the summer of 2016 to begin the process of becoming a foster parent. Having been raised by her grandparents after her biological mother ...
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