Central Tampa
Thursday, Nov 26, 2015

Gala celebrates history of Centro Asturiano

YBOR CITY — When Centro Asturiano built its 50-foot onyx bar in 1914, it was reported to be the longest in the world, according to Judy Blanco. More

Mo hair, mo money for UT charities

UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA — Besides building a campfire or cutting down a tree, there are few things more manly than growing a mustache. Whether you are a fan of the “handlebar” or the “Dali” versions of upper lip accessories, you’ll have plenty to admire this November. In fact, you may have noticed an increased amount of mustaches around South Tampa, particularly near the University of Tampa campus. More

Photographers share offbeat side of Florida with TECO exhibit

DOWNTOWN — Three photographers present “The Offbeat Side of Florida,” a final exhibition for the year at the TECO Public Art Gallery, 702 North Franklin Street, Tampa, now through Jan. 1, 2016. More

Seminole Heights develops into Tampa’s new food destination

SEMINOLE HEIGHTS — It has been said that good restaurants are the litmus test that define a neighborhood. Whether true or not, Seminole Heights has blossomed as a food destination with a number of stars. More

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