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Tampa Bay Rays play at Tropicana Field.

What are the most anticipated projects in the Tampa Bay area in 2015?

The Tampa Bay region of Florida continues to be a developer's paradise. Windows of opportunity are opening everywhere. Here is 83 Degrees Media’s list of the most anticipated projects coming up in 2015 and beyond.

Kerstin Kenty holds her son Mathew's hand on the day his adoption is finalized.

For Good: Portrait gallery changes hearts, minds, lives

A Tampa Bay area chapter of Heart Gallery, a national nonprofit adoption service, transforms lives by using portraits and support groups to help foster kids find parents and transition into permanent homes.

MISRED Outfitters in St Pete.

Visit Tampa Bay area local shops for unique holiday gifts

Finding the perfect gifts to gladden the hearts of friends and family may require a little extra special hunting through local shops that feature one-of-a-kind or unusual fare. 83 Degrees Media writers and editors suggest a few favorite places.

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South Tampa's Howard Ave grows as culinary destination

A flurry of investments in new apartments, boutique shops and restaurants along the southern end of Howard Avenue in South Tampa is at the center of a neighborhood rapidly becoming known for culinary sophistication. Inevitable growing pains challenge thought leaders to consider how best to accommodate patrons of the lively bar scene to the north with fans of the newer destinations to the south.

Team BamBoost.

UT student entrepreneurs compete for global prize recognizing solutions to social issues

University of Tampa students win the regional competition to compete in 2015 for the $1M Hult Prize, a global recognition for innovative solutions to traditional problems facing urban slums around the world. Bamboo, the students say, is key.

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Hillsborough opens center in Ybor for entrepreneurs to make connections, find capital

Whether you're a budding entrepreneur or a seasoned business owner, you can sign up for one-on-one counseling, online classes, business planning or marketing advice, and much more at Hillsborough County's new Entrepreneur Collaborative Center in Ybor City.  

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Locals get creative with holiday giving of goods and services

Handstands for cans? A day of beauty? A year of lawn care? Local small businesses get into the holiday spirit by creating innovative gifts of goods and services for Tampa Bay area people in need.

Doug Fyvolent of Solaridy presents during 1 Million Cups at the Greenhouse in St Pete. - James Brana

Greenhouse serves up 1 Million Cups of coffee, 1 meetup at a time

What nurtures a vibrant and growing startup community? 1 Million Cups of coffee. And a place to meetup. That's the winning formula at the Greenhouse, a space dedicated to conversation, connections and collaborations in downtown St. Petersburg. 

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Meet 3 Tampa Bay area women redefining communications within new media

Thanks to the advent of social media and 24/7 Internet access, the local media landscape looks very different than it did a decade ago. In the Tampa Bay region, these visionary thought leaders are staying ahead of national trends and propelling communications full speed ahead.

Phuong Cotey and Virginia Barnett are founders of Gr8Code.

Gr8Code fills skills gap by teaching computer programming, coding to children, adults

A $5.4 million investment by venture capitalists supports the teaching of programming and coding skills by startup Gr8Code, another sign of strength in the Tampa Bay area’s growing tech community.

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Where's Tango? Florida Aquarium immerses kids in mystery of missing turtle

The $2 million Carol J. and Barney Barnett Learning Center combines high-end technology with creative design to help students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Julian Montenegro of Heavy Auto Parts chats with THAP

New coworking space in East Tampa honors Civil Rights activist's vision

A new state-of-the-art coworking and business incubator in East Tampa offers space for traditional entrepreneurial enterprises as well as startups and creatives who call the emerging neighborhood home.

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Get out and play! Tampa nonprofit nudges us to get outdoors just for fun

Playing outside isn't just for kids. The Urban Conga is a Tampa nonprofit that promotes community activity and social interaction through physical play. The group is currently developing a documentary film all about the powers of play.

Laura Waller's Series "Port of Tampa".

Port Tampa Bay comes alive with local painter's palette

Finding inspiration at the intersection of arts and industry, Tampa painter Laura Waller puts her brush to canvas to tell the stories of Port Tampa Bay in a way only an artist can do.

I Wonna Wok Food Truck; Tampa Water Taxi Co.; 8-Count Studios

Experience 24 hours on the streets of Downtown Tampa

With so many new hotels, restaurants and venues popping up in Downtown Tampa and with the ongoing development of the Tampa Riverwalk, visiting downtown Tampa provides a whole new urban experience in this 24 hour tour that begs for your feet on the street.
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