Downtown Tampa at dusk. <span class='image-credits'>Amber Sigman</span> "Faces of West Tampa'' mural painted by artists Michelle Sawyer and Tony Krol of Illsol, at Howard and Main. <span class='image-credits'>Diane Egner</span> "Refractory" at the old Tampa Armature Works. <span class='image-credits'>Julie Branaman</span>

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Feature Story2018 Arts and Culture Award: Tampa Museum of Art “Love is Calling” Exhibit

2018 Urban Excellence Awards: Celebrating innovation in Downtown Tampa

The Tampa Downtown Partnership recognizes individuals, businesses, organizations, and events that help shape downtown into a live, work, play, stay environment.

Feature StoryAdrienne Fennell, coach treasure at the workshop leads a prayer. "During this season, transform lives so those individuals may go and grow," she said.

For Good: Jobs Plus Initiative bolsters family incomes at Robles Park in Tampa

Thanks to a federal grant, the Tampa Housing Authority is working with Robles Park public housing residents to take a deeper dive into employability skills and how-to network with potential employers. Many residents are getting jobs and feeling a measure of success.

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Sparkman Wharf features Tampa's favorite restaurants in converted shipping containers

Looking for a unique outdoor dining experience with plenty of options for food and seating along The Tampa Riverwalk? Check out 10 new food concepts at Sparkman Wharf in the Channel District of downtown Tampa.

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Leading generational change: 1 in 4 at USF is first in family to attend college

Leaving home to attend college usually brings major changes for anyone who does it. But being the first in your family to do so presents a host of special challenges that not everyone faces. Meet four USF first-generation students and what motivates them.

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West Tampa is an historic Tampa neighborhood undergoing transformational change as new people and businesses move in. Traditionally defined by its working class, primarily Latin culture, the neighborhood is increasingly seen as a place of opportunity for a diversity of ...