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First ArtPop Tampa billboards go up along busy local streets

Look for fish and faces and art that will strike your fancy popping out from billboards along Tampa Bay area roads as the Arts Council of Hillsborough County calls attention to the works of local artists through ArtPop Tampa. 

Gypsum at TECO

Recycling evolves, grows at top Tampa Bay area companies

In the Tampa Bay region, recycling innovations benefit sustainable construction, waste-to-energy programs, and even cheetahs and tigers at Busch Gardens.

Gas Worx is the proposed mixed-use development located between Channelside Drive and Nuccio Parkway.

Moving to downtown Tampa: The bustling apartment scene

Looking to live in downtown Tampa? If you have a decent income, a life partner or a roommate, your options are suddenly growing by leaps and bounds.

Dee Pavoni works on a job at Creative Sign Designs.

Manufacturing jobs reappear in Tampa Bay region

Manufacturing as a key economic sector driving the local economy is making a comeback in the Tampa Bay region as the national economy improves and demand grows for skilled workers. 

Logo for Go Hillsborough

What's next for local transportation? Kevin O'Hare, Tampa

A half-cent-per-dollar sales tax referendum to support building and maintaining roads as well as public transit will be on Hillsborough County ballots come 2016 if all goes as planned. Observer Kevin O'Hare suggests the plan could be much bolder. 

Jack Kenney and Brett Lee have a foosball break at kitedesk.

Ybor City experiences tech startup boom

Tech startups flock to Ybor City as their founders seek a more laid-back, walkable culture that fits their lifestyles. The consequence? The historic district in Tampa is experiencing high-tech job growth in the neighborhood once best known for the art of cigar-making. 

The Hurak family at their Safety Harbor home.

How much does it really cost to live in the Tampa Bay area?

Between housing costs, insurance rates, transportation and childcare, how much dough does it really take to live in the Tampa area? 83 Degrees sizes up cost-of-living indicators that have the biggest impact on young families.

The upper lanes of the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway will be used to test driverless cars.

Driverless cars race toward reality in Tampa

The day when autonomous or driverless motorized vehicles take to the roads of the Tampa Bay region is nearer than many realize. Want a sneak peak of the soon-to-be new normal? Learn what’s going on along the Selmon Expressway, at MOSI Tampa and USF's Center for Transportation Research.

"Lightning" by Jonathan Borofsky. - Julie Busch Branaman

Check this: Where to find Lightning watch parties; what to do near Amalie Arena in downtown Tampa

If you're suffering from an outbreak of Lightning fever and need a cool place to gather with friends to watch the race for the Stanley Cup, check out these watch parties and sites to see in and around downtown Tampa. 

UV advanced oxidation process.

Tampa Bay area cities drink up innovative water solutions

Sustainable water conservation projects are underway in Tampa, Clearwater and St. Petersburg, where projects designed to meet future demand can treat both reclaimed fresh water and brackish saltwater to be safe and drinkable.

Potential Schultz Ferry Park.

Fast ferry concept gains momentum in Tampa Bay

Proponents of ferries as alternative transportation around the Tampa Bay region say public support is growing.

Downtown Tampa from eBOATS perspective.

12 things to see on an eBoat ride along the Hillsborough River in Tampa

The 83 Degrees Media team takes a ride along the Hillsborough River with eboats Tampa business owner Josh Dohring, talking about developments in downtown Tampa and the natural beauty that form the urban environment we call home.

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Image makers: Seeing the Tampa Bay area through 3 different lenses

From sun to surf to state of the art studios and historic neighborhoods, the Tampa Bay Area is a photographer’s paradise. Tag along with three image makers in search of the perfect local backdrop.

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ArtsXchange: St. Pete creates affordable artist work spaces

The ArtsXchange in downtown St. Petersburg is designed to keep artists and cultural creatives in the neighborhood even as growth and additional investments in property encourage higher land prices and more expensive costs of living.

Kara Cox

What cities are doing to keep housing affordable for artists

Key to building affordable housing for artists is educating public policy makers about the role of the artist in urban vitality.
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