TAMPA — Clayton Gray Home joined a row of shops revitalizing the 2000 block of West Kennedy Boulevard earlier this month, offering home decor and accessories near a cycling fitness studio, a wedding gown boutique and across the street, Buddy Brew.
Florida's troubled property insurance market shouldn't feel any ripple effects with higher rates because of the devastating Oklahoma tornado, insurance experts say.
Kids who balk at the idea of wearing head protection for outdoor activities might find it harder these days to argue that helmets aren't cool. From dry-erase helmets to those shaped like animals and bugs to those in bright colors, many of today's helmets are designed to make kids want to wear them long after the bike is …
Anyone in the market for a tablet, laptop, e-reader or non-recreational software might want to wait a few months.
TAMPA — National media who cover the financial markets' epicenter in New York descended on JPMorgan Chase's annual meeting Tuesday in Tampa in search of a great shareholder showdown. A dozen security officers checked and rechecked cars entering the company's east Tampa office park.
All this talk about online and mobile shopping might make you think traditional malls are becoming obsolete.
ST. PETERSBURG — Two longtime local retailers have bought another retail landmark. Jeffrey and Katrina Hess, owners of Old Northeast Jewelers and Hess Fine Art for 27 years, recently acquired the 33-year-old Patty and Friends Antique Mall.
ST. PETERSBURG — Rebuild it and they will come.
Say goodbye to the Global Candle Gallery, with its signature wax spheres. Say goodbye to the Crystal Mirage's glittering jewelry and paperweights. Say goodbye to Cha Cha Coconuts and about 20 other Pier businesses that have no plans to open a St. Petersburg location after they close up shop May 31. …
The Ink Refill Center, tucked into a small strip at Deltona and Forest Oaks boulevards, offers savings in the pocketbook, in customers' time and in its footprint on the environment.