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She finds her home at multicultural family center

TOWN ‘N COUNTRY — She’s a doctor of anthropology, firmly raised in the academic worlds of researching, studying, theorizing and publishing.
Updated one month ago
Smokers scramble as UT joins growing list of campuses banning all tobacco use

Smokers scramble as UT joins growing list of campuses banning all tobacco use

TAMPA — Mike Greenstein spent Monday afternoon walking Kennedy Boulevard in the heat.
Updated one month ago
Mutant mosquitoes could fight Zika in Florida, but misinformation spreads

Mutant mosquitoes could fight Zika in Florida, but misinformation spreads

KEY WEST — There are many scary stories that start with a dark and stormy night, but this isn’t one of them. It is the third day of summer in this island city, with its feral chickens and lemon-hued houses and women woohoo-ing by on ren...
Updated one month ago
U.S. News names Tampa General Hospital tops in region

U.S. News names Tampa General Hospital tops in region

Tampa General Hospital is the best hospital in the region and the third best in Florida, according to rankings released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report.
Updated one month ago
MOSI teaches kids the science of sport with indoor Olympic challenges

MOSI teaches kids the science of sport with indoor Olympic challenges

As the world gets ready for the Olympic Games to open Aug. 5, Tampa’s Museum of Science and Industry has created indoor versions of some favorite events. And the museum is sneaking in some science lessons in the daily event it calls the MOSI S...
Updated one month ago
Decades after summertime fling at camp, Tampa couple reunites on Match.com

Decades after summertime fling at camp, Tampa couple reunites on Match.com

TAMPA — A long bus ride home from summer camp sparked a Tampa love story that needed 25 years to reach its next chapter.
Updated one month ago
Food, family at heart of fundraiser for electrocution victim

Food, family at heart of fundraiser for electrocution victim

WEST TAMPA — Nancy Salegio’s jet black ponytail swished back and forth as she delegated in Spanish and English, and bustled to make sure food was hot, people were served and money was collected to help raise $15,000 to send Alfredo Jime...
Updated one month ago
‘Death Cafe’ in Ybor looks to put life into talking about dying

‘Death Cafe’ in Ybor looks to put life into talking about dying

YBOR CITY — A sign posted at the Blind Tiger Cafe catches the eye of anyone walking down Seventh Avenue — “Death Cafe: Talking together about death and dying.”
Updated one month ago
Pulse to patriotism: The American flag is draped in symbolism

Pulse to patriotism: The American flag is draped in symbolism

Two clean T-shirts. Chris Hansen was dressing to meet a guy he’d talked to online, and wrestling with which to wear.
Updated: 2 months ago