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TAMPA — Each year Will Wellman attends the Pig Jig in downtown Tampa, he climbs to one of the highest points of Curtis Hixon Park and comes close to tears as he admires the size of the crowd.
Coming into her performance Sunday at Tampa’s Amalie Arena, you knew Amy Schumer had to address the elephants in the room.
TAMPA— Every summer until this one, Colleen Cherry greeted fans at Tampa Bay Rays games with a smile and an invitation.
LUTZ — Dreamhouse Theatre continues its 2016 season with the ongoing production of Little Shop of Horrors today at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Immanuel Lutheran School, 2913 John Moore Road, hosts its annual Oktoberfest from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Hillsborough County may soon commemorate the opening of Lake Park 50 years ago, but a bigger celebration is greeting the news that the regional recreation area is no longer closed.
Local horror filmmakers Joe Davison and Marcus Koch have a warning for those losing sleep over the scary clown sightings sweeping the nation.
Last week, comedian Kyle Kinane called St. Petersburg’s America’s “new hipster metropolis” in an interview on the podcast Sklarbro Country. “I’m almost upset I gave away this real estate tip,” he added...
Just in time for Halloween, the travel website Only In Your State is back with another haunted Florida road trip, and once again, a Tampa Bay landmark is on the list of stops. This time, though, it’s on the other side of the bay.
You drive deep into rural Pasco County long after sunset, past dead-end roads and dirt paths, past dark, open fields and through thick woods. It’s the type of two-lane road where your car would definitely break down if this was a horror movie....