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On The Ground storytelling project launches in Wimauma

83 Degrees Media -- with funding from the Allegany Franciscan Ministries -- is launching a special storytelling project called “On The Ground’’ that is designed to help educate readers and raise awareness about the people and places of Wimauma.

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Lanzan proyecto de narraciones On The Ground en Wimauma

83 Degrees Media -- con fondos de Allegany Franciscan Ministries (Ministerios de Franciscanas de Allegan) -- está lanzando un proyecto especial de narraciones llamado "On The Ground'' (De cerca y en persona) diseñado para ayudar a educar a los lectores y crear conciencia sobre la gente y los lugares de Wimauma.

Imelda Dutton is project leader for On The Ground storytelling in Wimauma.

On The Ground: Searching for gold in Wimauma

Journalist Imelda Dutton, a bilingual native of Mexico and experienced writer and editor, leads the On The Ground storytelling project in Wimauma for 83 Degrees. The stories will be published online in both English and Spanish.

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On The Ground: En busca de oro en Wimauma

Journalist Imelda Dutton, a bilingual native of Mexico and experienced writer and editor, leads the On The Ground storytelling project in Wimauma for 83 Degrees. The stories will be published online in both Inglés and Spanish. La periodista bilingüe Imelda Dutton, oriunda de México y experimentada escritora y editora, lidera el proyecto On The Ground (De cerca y en persona) de narraciones de historias de Wimauma y su gente para 83 Degrees. Las historias se publicarán en línea en Inglés y en español.

Event Organizer Ryan Sullivan speaks with Ned Pope and Nicholas Catania.

2017 Tampa Bay Startup Week expands across Bay to Pinellas County

Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur seeking resources or a local business owner looking for connections, Tampa Bay Startup Week is the place to be for the latest information and innovations.

Jaya Goswami Rao shares Molekule at the May unveiling.

Introducing the revolution of indoor air purification in a single Molekule

A solar technology expert working at USF has invented an indoor air purification system that can oxidize microscopic pollutants, breaking them down into harmless elements naturally found in air. Research and development is taking place in the Tampa Bay region.

Gianna Rendina-Gobioff

Local Gobioff Foundation puts up cash to spur creative placemaking in Tampa

Tampa Treasure includes up to $30,000 in seed money for creative placemaking projects within the City of Tampa or the neighborhood area served by the University Area Community Development Corporation.  

Nerissa Street

Practitioners and Partners: Artspace Evolves Breaking Ground Into "Idea Lab" That Celebrates Artists

Artspace’s annual Breaking Ground event evolves this year from one dynamic evening of speakers and performances to an immersive, two-day “idea lab” on Friday, October 14 and Saturday, October 15 in Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Omar Aljajea, 9, at home in Tampa.

For Good: Syrian refugees slowly find new homes in Tampa Bay area

Collaborative efforts are underway to help with an influx of Muslim and Arabic-speaking refugees, including Syrians, resettling in the Tampa Bay area.

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Ginger beer taps into growing demand for non-alcoholic brew

While in the hunt for a tasty non-alcoholic ginger beer, Lyuba and Richard Malone find the secret to success in creating their own brew. Their story is part of 83 Degrees Media’s ongoing series on Tampa Bay Area food entrepreneurs.

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YouthBuild is all about character, hard work and achieving success

YouthBuild, a solutions-oriented government program designed to give struggling teens and 20-somethings extra chances to succeed, engages education, skills and a team of patient professionals who insist on long-term caring relationships with the students.

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Take a peek behind the scenes with SPF16 artists

What better way to highlight St. Petersburg as a city of the arts than with a month-long festival showcasing local arts?  The second annual St. Petersburg Festival kicks off in September with an impressive line-up of artistic talent.

Adults Brian A. Butler and Woodland Johnson work with students.

How to help kids learn? Community engagement brings success to local K-12 education

What is the solution for helping Florida's schools better educate children? The Council for Education Change encourages collaborative efforts that engage schools, corporate and business leaders, volunteer and parental support though collaborations designed to nurture transformational change.

Grand Opening of El Barrio

How affordable artist housing can help cultural communities "celebrate themselves"

Artspace enjoys a long history of working with culturally distinct groups in the development of affordable artist live/work housing and community spaces. From El Barrio in New York to Honolulu, Hawaii, these projects allow artists to celebrate themselves.

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Book excerpt: Unlocking the Labor Cage by Vinny Tafuro

In Unlocking the Labor Cage, Tampa Author Vinny Tafuro explores how information age technologies are providing corporations with an aggressive, holistic and fiscally sound opportunity to lead our way into the new age. Read an excerpt.
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