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Wednesday, May 04, 2016

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Saying goodbye to recipe clutter, dull knives

Saying goodbye to recipe clutter, dull knives

Last week I did two things I’ve put off doing for a long, long time. They’re the kind of things you know need attention but you keep putting off ad nauseam. Call the job a spring cleaning of sorts.
Updated one month ago
Study suggests host of night moves to ease clogged South Howard Ave.

Study suggests host of night moves to ease clogged South Howard Ave.

Parking spots in the SoHo district on a Friday or Saturday night are so scarce that valet parking is a must and help guides have popped up on the Internet.
Updated one month ago
Plants and more are part of annual GreenFest

Plants and more are part of annual GreenFest

UT CAMPUS — Flowering plants, pottery, yard art, trees and more will fill Plant Park at the University of Tampa this weekend with the annual GreenFest.
Updated one month ago
Veterans group promotes fishing to improve health

Veterans group promotes fishing to improve health

TAMPA — When Gian Di Bella left the Navy after serving 10 years as an enlisted aircrew member, he took off for the tropical backcountry of Puerto Rico. Living closer to the land and sea gave him a new perspective and a new skill set....
Updated one month ago
Yankees recognize HOPE that local charity gives to youngsters

Yankees recognize HOPE that local charity gives to youngsters

The New York Yankees began their spring training season in Tampa a few weeks ago. Now they’ve also kicked off a major annual outreach program by recognizing a charity in the Tampa Bay area.
Updated one month ago
Solitary artist goes big and bold with solo art show

Solitary artist goes big and bold with solo art show

CHANNELSIDE — Leslie Jeffery considers herself a solitary painter — she even loves to paint alone.
Updated one month ago
Robinson IB art students to display work at gallery

Robinson IB art students to display work at gallery

SOUTH TAMPA — For the first year in history, the Robinson High School IB art program’s Senior Class Exhibition will be held outside of the school.
Updated one month ago
Park-like setting helps make the home

Park-like setting helps make the home

SEMINOLE HEIGHTS — Rich Brown and Laurie Potier-Brown say they feel like they live in a park.
Updated one month ago
Saturday fundraiser offers music, art, food and more

Saturday fundraiser offers music, art, food and more

The Friday, Morning Musicale, which promotes music and scholarships opportunities for students, will host its second Springtime at the Musicale with a silent auction, video and tours of the 1927 historical building, as well as arts and crafts and boo...
Updated one month ago
Feast like an annual family reunion

Feast like an annual family reunion

WEST TAMPA — While guests consumed more than 500 plates of spaghetti at the 41st annual Feast of St. Joseph, many caught up with friends or sang along with classics from the 1950s to the 1970s.
Updated one month ago