Hooch and Hive live music venue in West Tampa with mural by Painkiller Cam. <span class='image-credits'>Amber Sigman</span> Sunset from Tampa Museum of Art. <span class='image-credits'>Julie Branaman</span> Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Taco Bus owner Rene Valenzuela in Tampa. <span class='image-credits'>File/Julie Branaman</span>

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Feature StoryGreg Lindsay is co-author of Aerotropolis: The Way We’ll Live Next.

!p celebrates innovation, investments in USF area of Tampa

The Tampa Innovation Partnership marks progress, outlines opportunities with Jeopardy! Champion Greg Lindsay, co-author of Aerotropolis: The Way We’ll Live Next.

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USF plays pivotal role in eradication of river blindness

What motivates USF Researcher Thomas Unnasch, one of the world's leading experts on river blindness, to keep battling the global disease for almost 30 years? Read his story.

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Video story: Artist Lesley Arroyo, St. Petersburg

Designer creates jewelry inspired by wanderlust. Meet Lesley Arroyo of Fernweh Designs in St. Petersburg.

Feature StoryPhillip Furman has been inducted into the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame.

Q&A: Phillip Furman, leader in fight against AIDs

Phillip Furman began groundbreaking AIDs research long before the deadly virus behind it was discovered. He and other researchers went on to invent the blockbuster drug AZT.

Feature StoryThe Panfilo de Narvaez Expedition of 1528

Book excerpt: The Panfilo de Narvaez Expedition of 1528 by James E. MacDougald of St. Petersburg

A new book tells the story of early Spanish explorers who landed first in Florida on the way to documenting their discovery of what is now the United States. An upcoming symposium will feature more details.

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Rise of creatives in West Tampa neighborhoods

Much of the production for the recently completed documentary, “The Goody Goody: Past, Present and Future,” took place at Creative on Main Street studios in West Tampa -- "a groovy place to be.'' 

Feature StoryA bustling Franklin Street in 1925. Two streetcars are seen operating together, known as a "double header".

Tampa Armature Works building: From public transportation to public market

Armature Works, recently renovated into new meeting spaces and a food hall featuring some of the Tampa Bay Area’s best restaurateurs, once served as a maintenance facility for Tampa’s early streetcar system. 

Feature StoryRed Doors No. 5 in Tampa

It is business NOT as usual at these Tampa Bay Area meeting spaces

Bay area businesses are plucking employees from traditional meeting rooms and placing them in unique settings to inspire fun, friendship and out of the box thinking. Find out where people are gathering.

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A first for Tampa Bay: The French American School opens in St. Pete

St. Petersburg's rising international vibe prompted Elizabeth and Willy LeBihan to establish the Tampa Bay Area's first school where kids speak French exclusively from day one.

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