tbo: Tampa Bay Online.
Saturday, Jun 24, 2017
In your 20s and living with mom and dad? In Florida, you're not alone.
Gabrielle Piloto hugs her grandmother after graduating from the University of Florida in 2015. Piloto is among the scores of millennials living with their parents or grandparents in the Tampa Bay region. [Courtesy of Gabrielle Piloto]
TAMPA — After graduating from the University of Florida in 2015, Gabrielle Piloto jumped on the highway and headed south to Tampa.She had landed a marketing job at a law firm and envisioned renting an apartment downtown or in Seminole Heights.
Mary Jane Taylor,18, visits Oaklawn Cemetery in downtown Tampa when she is feeling low.
She doesn't care if you accept her, as long as you respect her
Laszlo Leedy, 17, a senior at Shorecrest Prep, presents part of his team's project for SPC's Exploratory Lab Boot Camp. Students presented their ideas at the end of the SPC Exploratory Lab Boot Camp. The program provides real-time business training to students. This year's graduation celebrated 15 students that finished the program. 
[JIM DAMASKE   |   Times]
Exploratory Lab Boot Camp provides real-life technology training to students
Patricia Joline of Land O’Lakes hugs a pole at a Lego street art exhibit called “Hugman” at the “Art of the Brick” Lego art exhibit in Tampa, Fla. on Friday, June 23, 2017.
Lego T-rex and scores of other brick sculptures free to see in Tampa

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