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Elizabeth Djinis - Times Correspondent

Times Correspondent

Elizabeth Djinis is a freelance reporter for the Tampa Bay Times. She previously was a member of the Editorial Board.

  1. The Hoover Met Stadium is home of the SEC Baseball Tournament which features the top 12 teams from the Southeastern conference, which is located in Birmingham, Ala.
  2. Midtown West, a new office tower in the $500 million Midtown Tampa development, will soon be home to two billion-dollar Tampa Bay companies. Kforce announced it would sell its corporate headquarters in Ybor City early last year and leased the fifth floor of an office building in midtown Tampa. It was a major reduction in size, from roughly 130,000 square feet to less than 23,000.
  3. Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris addresses the nation after joining President-elect Joe Biden in being named victors in the presidential election on Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020, at the Chase Center in Wilmington, Delaware.
  4. A listing for a shed that the writer sold on Facebook Marketplace.
  5. A person wears a neck gaiter, which has been a topic of debate recently.
  6. Elizabeth Djinis and her yiayia, Mary Djinis, pictured at Elizabeth's college graduation.
  7. Visitors walk along the 26 acre, $92 million St. Petersburg Pier District.
  8. Covid-19 cases are on the rise again. Is the crisis widening the generational divide?
  9. Jeff Clark stares into the abyss of Florida's unemployment reclaim system from the kitchen counter of his Safety Harbor home.
  10. Khai Rieara, 10, left, and his brother Keanu Rieara, 12, of Frederick, Md., stand on the Black Lives Matter banner that was recently draped on the fence near the White House in Washington.
  11. Cover of "The Portrait of a Lady"
  12. Apr. 28, 2020• Entertainment
    Elizabeth Djinis pictured with her foster cat turned adopted cat, Lola.
  13. Barriers have been placed along the sea wall at North Shore Park to keep people off the beach, on Wednesday, April 1, 2020 in St. Petersburg.
  14. Clearwater Beach pictured on March 18, at left, and March 24, at right.
  15. Aaron Murray, 45, from St Petersburg, relaxes in his hammock as he watches the sunrise over the water at North Shore Park on Monday, March 16, 2020 in St. Petersburg. "I try to chase as many as I can, Murray said about watching the sunrise. "It really helps set the tone for the day."
  16. Community advocate Stephanie Owens moderated "Beyond the Green Bench: A Community Conversation for a New Generation, Feb. 18, 2020, at the Historic Manhattan Casino in St. Petersburg.
  17. An influencer takes a photo of a drink at the VIP preview for the Oxford Exchange's new Champagne Bar in Tampa.
  18. Low-rise jeans and skirts were all the rage in the 2000s. But why are they coming back?
  19. 'For a Better Florida' is the Tampa Bay Times' annual series prior to the start of the legislative session.
  20. The Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger performs Friday in Havana, Cuba. [Associated Press]
  21. Weddings cost more on average and have more guests now than 10 years ago.
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