By Michelle Stark, Anne Glover, Amber McDonald and Kelly Stefani, Times Staff Writers
Illustration by Steve Madden, Times Staff Artist
Developed by Alexis N. Sanchez
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A sultry morning in Ybor City feels like a good time for a cigar. That's what I told myself around 10:45 on my third day in this old quarter of Tampa, as I sweated out the previous night in front of the King Corona Cigar Bar and Cafe, sipping a milky iced Cuban coffee and puffing on a particularly robust, particularly …
Heads up, Jimmy Fallon fans: You can get on the waiting list this week for April tickets to Tonight Show tapings in Orlando, where the host is getting his own theme park ride.
Last spring, Disney’s Animal Kingdom teased the media with a brief preview of Rivers of Light, a theatrical show that carried the promise — and the burden — of being a signature event designed to keep guests into the park’s new evening hours. Disney anticipated a summer opening.
Avatar land at Walt Disney World's Animal Kingdom is set to open May 27, park officials announced Tuesday.
Busch Gardens has put its 2017 Fun Card on sale early, meaning you can get two free months in the Tampa theme park since you can buy the $99 pass now and use it immediately.
That towering volcano shell being built along Interstate 4 in Orlando is gearing up to be the main attraction of Universal's Volcano Bay water park, set to open in spring of 2017.
There's already an alligator emoji, now there's a push to get another aquatic animal associated with Florida onto your phone and into your text messages. The Lowry Park Zoo has started a change.org petition to ask for the …
Attention fashionistas: Check out the custom-designed frock one of SeaWorld's penguins is sporting these days at the park's Antarctica attraction.
They get punched in the face and covered in fake blood, and their bosses love it when they make someone wet their pants.
Disney World, SeaWorld, Universal Orlando and other theme parks across Florida are either closing in anticipation of Hurricane Matthew, or closely monitoring the situation.