Innovation + Job News
“The world is facing increasing challenges from issues such as climate change, ocean acidification, nitrogen and phosphorous overload, changing land use patterns, threats to our water supply, chemical pollution, and more,” says David Randle of USF's Patel College. “These changes, while not always on the radar of the average Tampa resident, are changes that will impact us all.”
Tampa Attorney Paul Lynch is building a tiny house with his son, which will go on a 20-city tour across the U.S. The purpose of constructing the efficient 200-square-foot home is to promote the importance of quality control in construction practices.
The rubber-wheeled trolleys make trips every 15 minutes during rush hours to get people moving conveniently between Tampa's major attractions and downtown destinations.
Dockwa, a mobile application and integrated platform that allows boaters to reserve docking slips at marinas, has launched in the Tampa Bay area.
The city of St. Pete's new Park Once shuttle is free on Friday and Saturday nights through May 2016 as part of a six-month pilot program in public transportation.
The Tampa Bay-area blog run by Ryan Sullivan and Nicholas Catania, Never Have I Ever Tampa, will sell candles and 'Everything Local' shirts through partnerships with Seventh Ave Apothecary and Black & Denim in Ybor City.
A “Public Pollock” collaborative art project invites people “of all ages and skill levels” to apply paint.
The Florida Wildlife Corridor is the name of the environmental advocacy organization as well as the term used to describe the territory it is dedicated to conserving: nearly 16 million acres of “lands and waters essential for the survival of Florida’s diverse wildlife” that span the length and width of the state.
Marlow's Tavern, a Georgia chain of restaurants that expanded into Central Florida last year, is now open in Carrollwood Village just off Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa.
The FIVE by FIVE theme entwines itself throughout the Tampa Museum of Art event as nearly 600 pieces of 5”x 5” art created from a wide range of media -- and submitted from around the world -- will be on display and for sale, at $25 per piece.
Designers, artists, architects and other community members are invited to get involved in Tampa Bay Design Week's art installation project for the Selmon Greenway.
Former Tampa resident Steven Lolli returns to Carrollwood for a comedy performance that some may consider controversial as he takes on societal stereotypes and pokes fun at the mundane using risque humor.
A runway show featuring New York fashion designer Zang Toi is a fundraiser benefiting the Tampa Museum of Art’s exhibition and education programming.
The new "Scream-A-Geddon" horror park in Dade City is currently hiring 400 seasonal part- and full-time employees in the Tampa Bay area; horror park opens Spetember 25, 2015.
USF seeks a research assistant for its Tampa campus; Ryland Homes is looking to hire a homebuilding supervisor; Visit Tampa Bay is hiring for two full-time roles.