NEW YORK — The cheapest smartphones don't have all the gizmos of Apple or Samsung models, but I'm impressed by how many features you do get for roughly a third of the price.
There's little debate that Florida's economy is improving.
Head to the malls if you'd like.
There's plenty of selection, of course. It may infuse you with holiday spirit. And you can wait in line for a few hours to sit on Santa's lap if that's your thing.
It's tougher today than ever before to buy gifts for a member of another generation. Older adults struggle with what kind of boop-bop-beep-bop machine to get for the kids. Meanwhile, the younger generations must try to figure out if a $400 iPad for Grandma would change her life or collect dust in the dumbwaiter. The …
BY JEFF HARRINGTON • Times Staff Writer
Rejuvenated Florida shoppers are expected to increase spending on gifts this season at a faster pace than the rest of the country, according to the Florida Retail Federation's annual forecast.
During the three decades he's been dissecting Florida's economic booms and busts, Mark Vitner hasn't been this bullish about the state's future for a very long time. Not since the 1990s.
SEFFNER — Chicken wings gave way to chicken marsala on the buffet line and string beans almondine were served in lieu of the standard celery sticks.
A free interactive exhibit from the Smithsonian is making the final stop on its U.S. tour at Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo this weekend. Animal Connections: Our Journey Together will be parked by the main entrance to the zoo at 1101 W Sligh Ave. in Tampa to introduce visitors to the special relationship humans share with …
On Thanksgiving Day, when I am madly making the most important meal of the year, I will need something.