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Co-lead organizer Gracie Stemmer kicks off TBSW18.

Tampa Bay Startup Week top takeaway: We are ready

Tampa Bay Startup Week proves Tampa’s entrepreneurial community is well on its way -- with plenty of room to grow, and the resources to make it happen.

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For Good: Clearwater-based social enterprise helps immigrants gain financial literacy

Tampa Bay is one of the top 25 destinations in the U.S. for new immigrants from around the world. Project Prosper teaches them how navigate the often-complicated world of finance, banking and credit.

Artists Carl and Sandra Bryant work on a massive mosaic at the Tampa Bay History Center.

Pirates, shipwrecks and maps await visitors to expanded Tampa Bay History Center

Tampa prepares to set sail on a journey with pirates through shipwrecks and an extensive Florida map collection as the Tampa Bay History Center opens a brand new permanent exhibit.

Kelly Farrell looks over water line plans for a major expansion at Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park.

Park redo creates key community gathering space for West Tampa

The newly renovated Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park in West Tampa will offer an abundance of outdoor activities and event space, similar to Curtis Hixon Park across the Hillsborough River in downtown Tampa.

Graze 1910 serves up American fare in what used to be a streetcar storage and maintenance facility.

Urban Stimuli: Armature Works, Tampa Heights

This is really Tampa: Armature Works will evolve how you think about Tampa Heights and the urban core.

New apartments in downtown Tampa increase need for transportation solutions.

What's next for Florida: Sam Gibbons, Tampa

When it comes to transportation, the goal must to be find equilibrium between what is socially, economically, and environmentally just for all people.

Jose Simulus explains how Launchcode, a non-profit is helping him transition into a career of tech.

Launchcode: Tech students share hopes, dreams at networking event

Students in a free coding class offered in Tampa by the nonprofit Launchcode are preparing themselves for jobs of the future. 

The dedication scene on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018.

Dedication of USCGC/USS Tampa Memorial

“Few words carry as much weight in the annals of Coast Guard history as the word TAMPA.’’ -- The U.S. Coast Guard. Learn more about why that is true. 

Diane Cortes with her step-son Kevin Estrada who left Puerto Rico for Tampa due to Hurricane Maria.

New year, fresh start: Puerto Ricans moving to Tampa Bay Area

Hundreds of Puerto Ricans are rebuilding their lives in the Tampa Bay Area post-Hurricane Maria. Meet a few who now call Tampa, St. Petersburg, Lakeland, and other local communities home. 

Heavy traffic on I-275 between downtown and Westshore.

Focus is on Bus Rapid Transit as first step in Tampa Bay Area transportation solutions

BRT is seen as part of the transition that will be necessary for the Tampa Bay Area to go from a car-centered transportation culture to one that includes transit. Learn how.

Students learn about agriculture via large scale art at Greco Middle School.

Agriculture, art merge in middle school mural project

A grant from the NHL and the National Dairy Council help fuel creativity and healthy environment for kids, teens at a Temple Terrace middle school.

Domain Homes in West Tampa features a modified shotgun style design.

New homes, investments spur transformational change in West Tampa

West Tampa is an ethnically and commercially diverse neighborhood that includes the University of Tampa, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Raymond James Stadium and that stretch of Columbus Drive nicknamed “Boliche Boulevard” that’s home to many of Tampa’s best Spanish and Cuban restaurants.

Lauren, Hudson, and Bryan Durkin pick up a popsicle at Duckweed Urban Market in downtown Tampa.

Downtown Dwellers: Raising urban kids in Tampa

For Downtown Tampa families with young children, the neighborhood isn’t an urban jungle. It’s an urban jungle gym.

Daniels Ikajevs, and Simee Adhikari, co-founders of The Ring in Clearwater.

Uniquely designed co-working space emerges in downtown Clearwater

The Ring, designed as a healthy indoor space aiming for WELL certification, is creating spatial support for entrepreneurs as part of downtown Clearwater’s revitalization.

Ken Leung and Ben Faehn learn to program a robot from Professor Ron Smith at HCC.

Future jobs in the Tampa Bay Area: Prepare for change driven by robots, tech, etc.

Technological advances are changing the way we live, work and play. Here’s what you need to know to proactively plan for your future in Florida and elsewhere.
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