1. Depths of Wikipedia founder Annie Rauwerda photographed by David Kaminsky in 2023 in Brooklyn, New York
  2. Canadian Maurice Harquail of Ottawa gets a couple of pecks on his cheeks from friends Heidi Watson, left, and Kerry Kinsalla, both of Port Richey, while attending Flanagan's Irish Pub's 2015 St. Patrick's Day Street Festival on Tuesday in downtown Dunedin. The annual party is celebrated with live music, bagpipers, Irish step dancers, traditional Irish food and beer.
  3. After Hurricane Ian last month, the Jackson House stood bruised and soaked — but still standing.
  4. Drew Newman, fourth-generation owner and general counsel of Ybor City's J.C. Newman Co., shows off the world's oldest cigars now on display in the his factory museum. Rolled in 1857, the cigars were lost in a shipwreck and then recovered by treasure hunters nearly 150 years later.
  5. Lead singer Soleil Sarcinello (left) and Summer Strickland (right) of Spoiled Rat at their show on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2023 at The Bends in St. Petersburg.
  6. Dick Greco, former four-time Tampa mayor, is pictured against the backdrop of the Tampa skyline from his Bayshore Boulevard high-rise balcony a few days before his 90th birthday at his home in Tampa.
  7. After a day of playing a loop of Mary J. Blige, shown here at the 2022 Super Bowl, Tampa radio station 101.5-FM switched from a Top 40 format to R&B.
  8. This letter written by Robert Jackson details the impact that the hurricane of 1848 had on Tampa.
  9. The Cinderella Castle is seen at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. This weekend brings Destination D23, the official Disney fan club gathering, for three days of presentations on the company's projects and exclusive shopping opportunities.
  10. Nikki Gaskin-Capehart, former director of urban affairs for the city of St. Petersburg, on Thursday was named the new CEO and president of the Pinellas County Urban League, the first woman to ever hold the position.
  11. Workers arrive at the site of the Cigar Lofts at Albany, a new student housing townhome and apartment project being built at the former Bustillo Brothers y Diaz Cigar Factory in Tampa.
  12. Convicted drug smuggler Angelo Bedami, son of mobster and alleged Santo Trafficante hit man Joe Bedami Sr., shares stories at his Tampa home.
  13. What to do about the Jackson House? It was a question that has gripped residents for years. After Idalia, the Jackson House stood bruised and soaked — but still standing.
  14. The impact of the hurricane of 1896 om Fernandina Beach. That same hurricane devastated Atsena Otie Key.
  15. Satellite imagery of Idalia captured on August 28, 2023.
  16. Tampa land use attorney Mark Bentley, holds an autographed 1963 portrait of the Beatles made by German photographer Astrid Kirchherr on Monday, April 4, 2022, at his law office with Johnson Pope Bokor Ruppel and Burns in Tampa. Bentley has turned a life-long love of The Beatles into a full-length documentary that fills in one of the last pieces of the iconic band’s history.
  17. NSYNC member Joey Fatone, left, and Backstreet Boys member AJ McLean, right, will host a '90s party at the Tampa Theatre on Sept. 15.
  18. Tommy Chong and Cheech Marin, better known as Cheech & Chong, were arrested in Tampa in August 1973 and charged with disorderly conduct.
  19. Jay Young and Brittany Hudson embraced on the day that they met as she recovered from injuries sustained in a boat accident days earlier.
  20. Check out the funky public art at WhimzeyLand, also known as the "bowling ball house," in Safety Harbor.
  21. Dunedin Wines the Blues has been going on for 30 years and was almost canceled this year because it had grown too large. It will be held Nov. 11 in Pioneer Park.
  22. The Hillsborough County Commission heard a report that lists Pepin Distributing in Tampa as the sight of a possible lost cemetery on Wednesday.
  23. A yellow Pirate Water Taxi boat floats down the river near the Tampa Riverwalk in Tampa in 2018.
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