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Going carless in Tampa: HCC professor finds commuting by bus works for him

Dustin Lemke of Tampa likes to challenge himself. These challenges range from adventures like skydiving to personal tests like not purchasing any clothes for a year. A favorite challenge? Ditch the personal car. See how well he does.

Bike rental available at Grand Hyatt.

Westshore sees more pedestrians, bicyclists in its future

Long known as a major office hub, the Westshore area of Tampa increasingly attracts people who want to live close to where they work.

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USF leads Florida charge to stop cyber crimes

The University of South Florida in Tampa is the headquarters for a new statewide effort to grow a cyber-technology industry in Florida. Graduates of USF’s new master’s program in cybersecurity command six-figure salaries in a fast-paced, challenging tech field that aims to ward off the growing threat of cyber attack.

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If a hurricane threatens, what to expect on Tampa Bay Area roads, bus routes

Emergency planners and responders prepare for the next hurricane to strike Florida, but only you can plan ahead for yourself and your family to evacuate when necessary. Read what's new with Tampa Bay area roads and public buses.

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Young entrepreneurs sign up for early success

Have a child yearning to invent something? Youth entrepreneur programs -- many start-ups themselves with fluid offerings -- are honing approaches and best practices for inspiring and teaching future adults. Learn about five area programs carving out their own niches as they target kid-entrepreneurs in nuanced ways.

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Gulf Coast Innovation Challenge: Strengthen blue economy of Florida Gulf Coast

The marine ecosystems in the swaying sea grasses of the Gulf of Mexico and the mangroves growing among the quiet waterways curling inland along the Gulf Coast are ripe with economic opportunity.

Brain Squeeze Trivia winners.

Trivia nights rock Tampa Bay area pubs, restaurants

So you think you know everything there is to know about sports? The arts? Culture? History? Music? Literature? Game on as Tampa Bay area peeps flock to trivia nights at local bars and restaurants. 

Manufactured housing in comes in all shapes and sizes

Factory built homes appeal to millennials, boomers across America

Millennials looking to buy their first homes and Boomers looking to downsize find factory-built or manufactured housing to be a good alternative that offers affordable, sturdy and green living. 

Soheyla, Tamas and L.A. "Tony" Kovach

Tired of renting? Get the scoop on manufactured homes

Team Kovach, husband L.A. "Tony'' and wife Soheyla, of Lakeland share news about the increasingly popular manufactured housing industry through online publications and word of mouth.

Denver's newest hostel, Hostel Fish

Can urban hostels turn a profit by striking a balance?

Lessons from Denver for creating a thriving hostel scene that balances style and amenities with affordability.

USF College of Pharmacy earns accreditation

USF College of Pharmacy on track to draw top talent to Tampa Bay region

The University of South Florida’s College of Pharmacy (USFCOP) takes a healthy step forward by earning full academic accreditation.

Ellen Poniewaz (left) and Nancy Doherty (right),  volunteer from St Michaels The Archangel Catholic Church, works on the Acevedo family home.

For Good: Faith Build creates homes for Tampa Bay area families

In a first for Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas, 200 volunteers from 16 local congregations of different denominations team up for a "Faith Build.'' Eight of those churches provided $50,000 toward construction.

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Top urbanist shares vision for making Tampa more walkable

Jeff Speck, a renowned city planner guiding Jeff Vinik's billion-dollar plans to re-do 40 acres of downtown Tampa near the Channel District, opens up with 83 Degrees about how Tampa can become a more walkable city.

Urban Innovation

Power to the people: New series to spotlight urban innovators

What do you think of when you hear the words "urban innovation"? Do you think of smart technology and clean energy? Or open data and civic tech? Maybe you think of entrepreneurship or creative placemaking or the future of mobility? It's easy to forget, but all of these have one thing in common: people.

This is My City: Your Real Stories at SPC.

Connecting real people, diverse communities through storytelling

Journalist Lillian Dunlap and professional singer and director Jaye Sheldon are harnessing the power of storytelling to help residents of St. Petersburg’s diverse neighborhoods better understand each other.
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