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Mandy Cloninger is executive director at Trinity Cafe.

For Good: Rising stars guide Tampa Bay area nonprofits

From leading an organization of just three employees to directing one with 70, meet four women at the helms of nonprofits pursuing a variety of social missions in the Tampa Bay area.

Tampa Bay Fashion Week 2015 Pure Haus Trunk Show.

Front row at Tampa Bay Fashion Week: PURE Haus pop-up shop puts focus on designers

Designer fashions fill up the front row at Tampa Bay Fashion Week as a trunk show pop-up shop format replaces conventional runway catwalks and fashion designers from around the country connect with local creators to display garments and accessories.

Libya Pugh leads the Tampa Bay Theatre Festival Auditions Workshop at The Straz.

Playwrights, performers stage new experiences at Tampa Theatre Festival

The second annual Tampa Bay Theatre Festival set the stage for the Tampa-St. Petersburg area as a theater community with top quality actors, playwrights and performing venues.


Taste of Florida wows national food critics

Over the years, members of the national Association of Food Journalists have feasted their way through Seattle, New York, Boston, San Francisco, San Juan — and now the Tampa Bay region’s emerging food and drink scene. 


Innovation drives biofuel industry investments in Tampa Bay region

The growth of green industries throughout the Tampa Bay area in recent years is igniting a local surge in biofuel innovation -- an important step toward providing consumers with cleaner, more environmentally friendly alternatives to traditional fossil fuels.


Meet 3 artists leaving their mark on the Tampa improv scene

Tampa Bay's improv community has come a long way in recent years. Three local teachers and performers open up about the area's thriving improv comedy scene, including ways for you to plug in.

Flying into Tampa International Airport.

Want to visit Europe? Lufthansa makes it easy from Tampa

For travelers visiting many European destinations, new non-stop Lufthansa flights to Frankfurt, Germany from Tampa will eliminate the need to make a connection in another city before or after crossing the Atlantic. 


UT startup team innovates mobile education solution for urban slums

University of Tampa team Tembo competes to win the Hult Prize, including $1 million in seed funding to help educate children in urban slums around the world.


Tampa neighborhoods surrounding downtown prepare for rebirth

Not everyone can afford to live in the new upscale residential towers going up in downtown Tampa, the Channel District and Port Tampa Bay. Enter Scott and Heidi Shimberg -- owners of Hyde Park Builders -- who plan a building spree of new housing construction in east Tampa neighborhoods that put affordability and urban living together in one package.

The Franciscan Center of Tampa.

For Good: Franciscan Center appeals for help to renovate quiet oasis in center of city

A tree-fllled sanctuary near downtown Tampa that has served all comers -- the sick and the needy, the down-trodden and the elderly, and even stressed-out business executives -- for 45 years turns to the public in search of its own kind of special assistance.

Sarah Thee Campagna of CyberCraft Robots is an Exquisite Corpse contributing artist.

St. Petersburg arts community kicks off international Exquisite Corpse game

Thirty local artists are taking an old-fashioned parlor game called Exquisite Corpse and turning it into a first-of-its-kind 3D art form. The game officially kicked off in August and will be formally unveiled to the public in November.


Helicopter design challenge fuels STEAM learning for middle, high school students

A $1,000 scholarship contest challenges Tampa Bay area students to invent and design an eco-friendly helicopter.

Eric Davis of Eli's BBQ; Dolphin in St. Joseph Sound; Karaoke at Blur; ParrotDise Express Photos by Julie Branaman

Experience 24 Hours on the streets of downtown Dunedin

Dunedin, Florida is no secret. Most travelers have heard of it and locals sometimes pronounce it “done eatin’,’’ yet it’s not a spring-break hot spot or at the top of most must-see destination lists. And that’s exactly what makes it great. 

Florida Aquarium from inside the tank.

Moving to Tampa Bay: The diving scene

If you want to get involved in scuba diving, one of the most fascinating and adventurous of the water sports in Florida, here’s what to expect and how to go about it.

Ignite speaker Rachel Mallett 14, was awarded the Girls’ Inc. Girl of the Year for 2014.

Ignite Tampa Bay talks tackle STEM education, social media, silence

At least 20 speakers will take the stage to entertain, educate and inspire the crowd at 2015 Ignite Tampa Bay, touching on topics from the trials and tribulations that arise from the use of modern technology to the social media mythos of “Florida Man.”
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