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MOSI collaboration aims to enrich experience for those on autism spectrum

MOSI in collaboration with Behavioral Consulting of Tampa Bay (BCOTB) plans to make changes to the museum, including signage that includes sensory information and rearranging exhibits allowing guests to bypass sections that could cause overstimulation in those on the autism spectrum. 

Who is hiring in Tampa Bay? June job news roundup

Who’s hiring in Tampa Bay? June 2016 job news roundup.

New roastery in NoHo Tampa helps you create your own coffee blend

The Lab in Hyde Park gives guests the opportunity to not only try rare blends of coffee, but create their own unique blend by roasting beans themselves. This innovative concept was co-founded by Roberto Torres, who also founded the co-working space Blind Tiger Cafe. 

Car sharing network zips into downtown Tampa

Zipcar, a car sharing network now available in downtown Tampa, offers 14 vehicles for residents and visitors to pick up and get around the urban scene.

Gasparilla Film Festival features big names, diverse films

Cuban films, international directors and famous actors are among the highlights at this year's Gasparilla Film Festival.

Sarasota Whiskey Obsession Festival at Michaelís on East features local distilleries

The Whiskey Obsession Festival features more than 250 whiskies from around the world plus several independent distillers representing the growing craft spirits scene in the greater Tampa Bay area.

Real-time art of every flavor: St. Pete Synesthesia event

Synesthesia plays on the medical term to describe a condition in which one sense, for instance: hearing, is perceived also as another sense, such as sight or taste.

Inaugural Fourth Friday event to launch March 25th on Tampa Riverwalk

Mark your calendar for the Fourth Friday of every month as a great time to visit the Tampa Riverwalk and the string of arts venues along the Hillsborough River in downtown Tampa.  

Gasparilla Festival of the Arts promises fun, activities for all ages

A huge selection of art from emerging artists to established artisans awaits those who carve out time to visit the annual Gasparilla Festival of the Arts the first weekend of March 2016.

How Gasparilla Interactive Conference aims to inspire attendees

The technology-driven Gasparilla Interactive Conference in March 2016 with ask attendees to find inspiration.


Free Community Pass offers Tampa Bay residents museum, music fest discounts

Sign up for the free 'Community Pass' from the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay to receive discounts to local art and culture centers and special events.

USF Tampa, Patel College host global ecotourism conference in January

“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 father, son build tiny house as model for others

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. 

In-Towner trolley gives free rides in downtown Tampa

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. 
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