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What's new in local healthcare? Concierge Medicine for Women

A new women’s health center on Davis Islands in downtown Tampa is expected to provide more consistent and personal care for patients.

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West Tampa attracts young families, next-gen homebuyers

First-time homebuyers and Tampa natives looking to return to their historic family roots find new opportunities in West Tampa. 

Kelly Quinn explains to Academy Prep students how the water samples they collected will be analyzed in the lab.

USF journalism students test safety of local drinking water

Lessons learned by journalism students from USFSP’s Neighborhood News Bureau on how to research and report on lead in drinking water will be shared at the Society for Environmental Journalists Conference in Michigan this fall.

Ken Black hopes the moringa trees will help save Florida farms giving them a new source of income after farmers lost about 100,000 acres to failed citrus crop.

Superfood meets superman: Why and how moringa grows in Tampa Bay Area

Could moringa replace citrus as Florida's next big cash crop? A Tampa man teams up with researchers at the University of South Florida and the University of Florida to find out.

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Before Water Street Tampa: A brief history of the Garrison Section of Downtown Tampa

Long before developers named Water Street Tampa, the waterfront property situated between the modern Tampa Convention Center and the Florida Aquarium enjoyed a rich history. 

Kayla Freed of Kayla's Kitchen talks with Jason Jazzar due to interest in her baking products at the Innovation Expo at the Synapse Summit in Tampa.

Young entrepreneurs get started in Tampa Bay Area

Millennial and Gen Z entrepreneurs capitalize on local opportunities as the Tampa Bay Area entrepreneurial ecosystem grows.

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Independent local retail: A key ingredient of urban quality of life

The Tampa Bay Area has many opportunities to invest in local retail, but are we smart enough to do it? Learn what more is needed from Retail Consultant Alex English.

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For Good: Who can Tampa Bay Area leaders of nonprofits call when they need answers?

For more than two decades, the Nonprofit Leadership Center has been helping Tampa Bay Area nonprofits thrive through ups and downs in the local economy.

Debbie Livorsi, a senior biology scientist at USF, conducts malaria research inside the lab at the Interdisciplinary Research Building at USF in Tampa.

War on malaria: USF researchers wage battle against global disease

Research at the University of South Florida is gaining global attention because it may play a role in the development of new treatments for malaria.

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Filmmaking in Tampa Bay Area ekes out a living

Despite agreeable weather year-round, a broad pool of talent and a multitude of diverse settings, securing funding for local filmmaking remains a tricky proposition.

Paul Sanberg, left, listens as Cédric Denis-Rémis, vice pres., of development, at PSL University in France gives a talk at the Young Universities Summit.

Young universities from around globe gather at USF in Tampa to share experiences, strategies

The University of South Florida hosts the first-ever Young Universities Summit in North America, which is attended by representatives from 88 universities in 41 countries. Learn more about why it matters.

The centerpiece of the History Center's new gallery is a replica of an 18th century sloop.

Creative Arts Unlimited: Pinellas company brings history to life with design, technology

There’s a revolution underway in museum exhibit design. It’s no longer enough to simply display artifacts. Instead, museums are engaging creative teams to design immersive, interactive experiences like those visitors can find at the Tampa Bay History Center.

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Tampa Bay Wave leads conversation around value of diversity in tech

A tech diversity panel meeting in Tampa grapples with strategies for recognizing, addressing and overcoming bias.

The Gulf by Jack E. Davis

Book excerpt: The Gulf by Pulitzer Prize winner Jack E. Davis

The 2018 Pulitzer Prize in History was awarded in April to University of Florida History Professor Jack E. Davis for his nonfiction book “The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea.” Read an excerpt.

Mike Braccia, co-owner of Main Street Property Holders, at his property in West Tampa.

Bullish on West Tampa, investor helps shape its future

What does Mike Braccia and Bay Street Commercial see in West Tampa? A neighborhood of opportunity prime for investments and revitalization. Learn more.
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