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TAMPA — Members of one Tampa mosque are hoping to bridge the gap between Muslims and the rest of the community by combatting stereotypes and starting conversations.
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There’s been a lot of talk lately about Blue Zones. Despite what you may think, they have nothing to do with politics and everything to do with living healthier, longer lives.
Tony Dungy, fresh from his induction into the NFL Hall of Fame this month, joined his wife, Lauren, and son Jason in delivering more than 300 gift baskets and totes to pediatric patients and their families at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hos...
Dozens of couples took their oath of American citizenship side by side in advance of Valentine’s Day during a naturalization ceremony at the Tampa U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office.
Students at Nativity Catholic School in Brandon joined Christians the world over for Ash Wednesday services and the start of Lent — a six-week period of prayer, penance, atonement and self-denial in preparation for Easter.
One of America’s top fears, coulrophobia, is a dream come true for Matthew Belopavlovich, a multi-talented instructor at The Patel Conservatory at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts.
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SOUTH TAMPA — Artist Beth Kokol always looks “for someone who speaks to me” when she takes summer workshops at the Penland School of Craft in North Carolina.
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS — Margaret Palmer was hesitant about becoming involved in the service project of her Bible study fellowship group.
The Hillsborough County Health Department has issued a health advisory for E.G. Simmons Park beach and Picnic Island Beach after tests showed higher levels of enterococci bacteria.
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