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International event for journalists to be held in St. Petersburg, November 2015

The internationally acclaimed Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists will be hosted by St. Petersburg-based World Partnerships, Inc. The seven-day event brings together 100 journalists from more than 80 countries. 

Consider Water highlights sustainability message through the arts

“Consider Water” debutes in Tampa at Hillsborough County Community College (HCC) Mainstage Theatre in Ybor City October 30-31 at 7:30 p.m.

Career fair for active, retired military Oct. 29 near Orlando

Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) is hosting a career fair from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., with seminars beginning at 8:30 a.m. on October 29 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, 

Military Hackathon challenges developers to innovate solutions to DoD challenges

Civilian and military developers and programmers came together Oct 23-25 to compete in the Military Open Source Software Hackathon in Tampa, Florida.

Robotics competition brings STEM-focused K-12 students to Tampa

What to do this weekend: Visit the University of Tampa campus to watch K-12 students tackle LEGO challenges and robot building during the FIRST Roboticon Tampa Bay on October 10 and 11, 2015.

Marlow’s Tavern hires 62 new employees, opens in Carrollwood neighborhood of Tampa

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.

Who is hiring in Tampa Bay? October job news roundup

Seeking a new job or fresh career path in the Tampa Bay area? Find out who is hiring in October 2015 in Tampa, St. Pete, Clearwater and Sarasota.

Tampa JCC engages community, writers in Books & Conversations Festival

A variety of authors -- some writing about Jewish themes, others not -- will appear at the Tampa Jewish Book Festival on October 18th.

James Rosenquist donates art for raffle at FIVE by FIVE 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. 

TiEcon Florida 2015 brings innovators, investors to Tampa

TiEcon Florida 2015, a one-day conference in Tampa, included panel discussions with innovators and entrepreneurs from around the state and country.

Women entrepreneurs compete for $70,000 from the SBA

Women in business and entrepreneurial enterprises can compete in a challenge to win $5,000 in cash and prizes locally and $70,000 from a national business competition.

Top comedian returns home to Tampa to perform

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. 

 

Tampa Museum of Art hosts high fashion to raise awareness of domestic violence

A runway show featuring New York fashion designer Zang Toi is a fundraiser benefiting the Tampa Museum of Art’s exhibition and education programming.
 

USF Health gets $2M federal grant to improve geriatric care curriculum

USF Health has plans to boost geriatric care and educational curriculum locally in Tampa Bay thanks to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program and partnerships with Tampa Family Health Centers and Byrd Alzheimer's Institute.

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