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People from all over the world call the Tampa Bay region home as evidenced by the multitude of non-English languages heard in every shopping center and throughout the region's schools. The foreign-born, in particular, are helping Florida thrive by adding a rich diversity of fabulous eats, arts, cultures, skills and entrepreneurial spirit to the eclectic mix of natives who've long recognized Florida as the land of opportunity.

Diversity Features

St. Pete Opera Reaches Younger Crowd With Operazzi

How do you interest a younger audience in a traditional, old-world art form like opera? You have to try something new like the St. Petersburg Opera Company is doing with Operazzi, a social group that hosts fun, creative events to engage the next generation of arts enthusiasts.

Tampa's Gay And Lesbian Film Festival Celebrates 25 Years With Film Debut, Special Guests

Film lovers accustomed to visiting Tampa each Fall to revel in the community’s cultural diversity during the annual Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival are in for special treats during this year’s Silver Anniversary celebration. For nine days in October, Tampa Theatre and freeFall Theatre in St. Petersburg will create buzz around a lineup of more than 60 films from around the world.

USF Engages Arts, Humor To Bridge Differences Among People

Negin Farsad, a nationally acclaimed comedian and co-producer of “The Muslims are Coming!,’’ visits Tampa to kick off a two-year collaborative program at USF that aims to promote dialogue and understanding of the Arab and Muslim cultures and identities through the arts.

New Ybor City Concept Shop Combines Caffeine, Clothing And Coworking

The Blind Tiger, a new coffee, tea and textiles cafe, will serve beverages from Buddy Brew Coffee and TeBella Tea Company, and provide a boutique selection of Black & Denim apparel and accessories along with community co-working space.

A Game For Life: Amputees Learn Movement Through Virtual Reality

A multidisciplinary team of researchers at the University of South Florida in Tampa uses innovative technology to treat survivors of accidents, disease and war with a new, more effective form of physical therapy assessment and rehabilitation.
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