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Paul Guzzo - Tampa Bay LIfe Reporter

Tampa Bay LIfe Reporter

I am the reporter who found the lost segregation-era all-black Zion Cemetery. My unique beat also includes the local film industry, Tampa history, professional wrestling and the odd and unique people who make up this area. I have been a journalist in Tampa since 1999. In my younger years, I was also an independent filmmaker best known for an award-winning documentary on Charlie Wall, Tampa’s first crime lord. At home, I am married to a woman who is way out of my league and father of four kids who have diverse career goals – engineer, veterinarian, ballerina, and a “fighting ninja,” as opposed to a pacifist ninja.

  1. Tampa Bay Noir, edited by Colette Bancroft
  2. A screenshot of filmmaker Anjani Pandey's Facebook page that promotes his movie 'Koko.'
  3. Over 100 friends, family and community members gathered for a special birthday parade for St. Petersburg resident Henry Benton Sayler on his 100th birthday on Saturday January 16, 2020 in St. Petersburg.
  4. Bill Savage is the fourth generation of his family to work for the A.R. Savage & Son ship agency.
  5. The Hallmark filmed "Love in the Sun" in St. Petersburg in 2019.
  6. Larry King Jr., 59, of Tampa stands on the grounds at the Club at Cheval, a semiprivate golf course he owns in Lutz. He did not begin his relationship with his famous father, Larry King Sr., until he was in his 30s.
  7. Justin Benson, left, and Tarpon Springs native Aaron Moorhead, right, arrive at Variety's 10 Directors to Watch and Creative Impact Awards Presented by Mercedes-Benz at the Parker Palm Springs in 2015.
  8. Clockwise from bottom, Demetrius Fletcher, 15, along with his sister Ka'Mya Fletcher, 16, mother, Crystal Norals, 34, sister Rosie Montgomery, 6, and cat King pose for a photo Friday, Dec. 11, 2020 at their home in New Port Richey.
  9. Riley Keough and Taylour Paige star in "Zola," which was shot in the Tampa Bay area.
  10. Gigi Best-Richardson and her husband, Skip Richardson, are co-owners of Best Richardson African Diaspora Literature and Culture Museum in Tampa.
  11. A Cuban and an American flag hang in the atrium aboard the Carnival Paradise at Port Tampa Bay before the ship set sail for Havana in 2017. U.S. cruises to Cuba have since been banned. [Times (2017]
  12. The movie poster for "Some Kind of Heaven" about living in the Villages.
  13. Luis Gonzalez, of Tampa, is surrounded by finished cigars while rolling The American at the J.C. Newman Cigar Co. in Tampa.
  14. Saint Leo University has opened a satellite campus in West Tampa's Berriman-Morgan Cigar Factory.
  15. A movie poster for the 'Sleepwalker' fan film and issues of the 'Sleepwalker' comic.
  16. El director ejecutivo de Diamond View Studios, Tim Moore, posa con la pantalla en Vu, un estudio de producción virtual en Rithm en Uptown, ex University Mall.
  17. Pine Key — a popular boating and camping destination known by locals as Beer Can Island.
  18. In this Feb. 11, 2011, photo, Ben Stiller, left, and his father Jerry Stiller arrive at the Help Haiti benefit honoring Sean Penn hosted by the Stiller Foundation and The J/P Haitian Relief Organization, in New York.
  19. Katherine Heigl and Harry Connick Jr. star in the movie filmed in Tampa in 2019.
  20. El director ejecutivo de Diamond View Studios, Tim Moore, posa con la pantalla en Vu, un estudio de producción virtual que se inaugurará en Rithm en Uptown, ex University Mall, en Tampa, el miércoles 16 de diciembre de 2020.
  21. A photograph of Diane Williams, known as the "Jesus Cares Lady," seen along Adamo Drive in Ybor City.
  22. The red indicates what archaeologists believe were the boundaries of the North Greenwood Cemetery. The cemetery was moved in 1954 but it appears at least 54 unmarked graves were left behind.
  23. Raúl Villamia fue el primer consular cubano de Tampa bajo el gobierno revolucionario de Fidel Castro.