The 180-foot-long, 412-ton ship was docked at the Vinoy Basin from 1965 to 1986. Built in 1960 by MGM Studios for the movie Mutiny on the Bounty, it was the first period ship constructed from the keel up soley for filming a motion picture. It was also used in The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie and most recently was used as a set for a hard-core porn movie called Pirates.
Cyclone Mahasen heads toward South Asia, Palestinians and Isreali forces clash, Cuba and India celebrate with festivals and more from around the world.
Selected by the Bucs as the 66th pick of the 1997 draft, Ronde Barber went on to spend his entire 16-year career with the team. Barber is the only player in NFL history to have recorded 47 interceptions, a club record, and 28 sacks (not including the postseason). Follow his career in these photos.
As the Buccaneers announce that former defensive tackle Warren Sapp will join the team's Ring of Honor and have his jersey number retired, we take a look back at Sapp's time in Tampa Bay.
A look at the past week in photos. A Pinellas teen battles terminal cancer, a military father surprises his daughter at a Rays game and high school softball teams celebrate wins.
One of television's most enduring interviewers announced Monday that she's retiring in 2014. Known for her specials as well as her co-hosting duties on first the Today show, then 20/20, then today's current daytime talk fest The View, Barbara Walters gained a reputation as a deft interviewer who could get her subjects to open up about just about anything. Here are our picks for some of the most memorable moments, questions and answers.