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Friday, Jan 20, 2017
Artist in Cuba memorializes local Pulse shooting victim, 'Top Hat Eddie'
Cuban artist Santiago Hermes shows Saraota travel company owner Al Ferguson his painting, “The Four Musketeers,” honoring Edward Sotomayor, an employee of Ferguson's killed in the Pulse night club shootings. 
Ferguson visited Hermes in Cienfuegos, Cuba, during late December. [Courtesy of Al Ferguson]
Cuban artist Santiago Hermes dedicates much of his time honoring the memory of his friend Edward Sotomayor who was killed in the Pulse nightclub shooting. He's planning an exhibit in Ybor City that features Sotomayor, the wake and the shootings.
Strategic Property Partners is working with Port Tampa Bay staff on the redevelopment of a mixed-use project that provides access to the waterfront in place of where Channelside Bay Plaza sits now.
{Courtesy of SPP]
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Eileen Goldenberg (right), of Tampa, shares her feelings about why she is attending the Women's March on Washington with other women who are going. The  women, along with some of their daughters, are going to participate in the D.C. march the day after Donald Trump's presidential inauguration. CHARLIE KAIJO   |   Times
Tampa women prepare to protest Trump presidency at Women's March on Washington
Ravi Jakhotia, who performs as DJ Ravidrums, set aside criticism to make his own decision to join the Trump festivities.
Interview: Tampa native DJ Ravidrums to perform at Trump inauguration event


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