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USF Prof Explores Solar Energy Storage Technology

USF Mechanical Engineer Yogi Goswami is researching the solar energy storage capacity of golf ball-sized capsules filled with salt. The technology involved can turn water into steam long after the sun goes down.

Finding the right formula for storing energy could hugely influence how power is used, especially in Third World nations.

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Port Of Tampa Plans Huge Fueling Station

The Port of Tampa expands its capacity to supply the Tampa Bay region's gasoliine, diesel, aviation fuel and oil with a $56 million investment in a new petroleum terminal.

Half the money for the project is coming from the state of Florida to keep vehicles on track, on the road and in the air.

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Clearwater Beach Sees Boom In Hotel Construction

About a dozen new hotels are under construction or being planned along Clearwater Beach, signaling a new building boom catering to tourists.

The hotels range in size and amenities to serve a broad spectrum of incomes from the U.S. and abroad.

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Tesla Center Near Tampa Sells Electric Supercars

All electric Tesla sedans can now be purchased in Tampa thanks to a new consultation service center in Brandon just off of U.S. 301 between Adamo Drive and Broadway.

Consumer Reporter Richard Mullins of The Tampa Tribune took a Model S sedan on a test drive.

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Tribune Writer Moderates Panel On Workforce Transitions

Tampa Tribune Writer Howard Altman will serve as moderator at 83 Degrees Media's November 7th "Not Your Average Speakers'' panel discussion called "Bring 'Em Home! Transforming Military Might Into Civlian Talent.''

The event at the Tampa Firefighters Museum in downtown Tampa will take place from 5 to 7 p.m.

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New Arts, Crafts Museum May Be Built In Downtown St. Pete

A new arts and crafts museum designed by Architect Alberto Alfonso, the designer of the Chihuly Museum in downtown St. Petersburg, may soon be built along or near Beach Drive.

The popular blog, "I Love The 'Burg,'' reports that Two Red Roses Foundation is behind plans for the museum to house a private collection of American Arts and Crafts.

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USF Attracts Best, Brightest From Around Globe

International students soon find familiar faces on the campus of the University of South Florida as recruitment efforts increase toward attracting the best and brightest from around the globe.

Nearly 3,000 non-U.S. students attend USF in Florida, adding the Tampa Bay region's wealth of diversity.

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USF Helps Battlefield Medics Become Local Nurses

A new $1.25 million grant awarded to USF will be used to help military veterans transition into civilian life.

The College of Nursing aims to train medics to put their skills to use in domestic jobs.

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Tampa Bay Regional Arts Summit Seeks Collaborations

About 200 artists and representatives from arts organizations gathered in St. Petersburg for the first regional Arts Summit pulled together by the Arts Council of Hillsborough County, the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance and the Sarasota Arts Council.

Art Keeble of the Hillsborough Arts Council took the opportunity to announce a new online fundraising tool called Power2Give that is designed to attract new and different donors to specific arts projects.

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Urban Land Institute Studies St. Pete Waterfront

With voter rejection of a plan to replace the Pier in St. Petersburg, the Urban Land Institute sent a team of national experts to town to examine and recommend changes for the urban waterfront.

Tampa Bay Times Perspective Editor Jim Verhulst interviews Indianapolis Developer Mike Higbee about his impressions and thoughts as part of the ULI team.

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Classrooms, Dorms Emerging On New Florida Poly Campus

If all goes as planned, freshman students at Florida Poly will soon be able to live in dormatories at the new campus emerging just off Interstate 4 and the Polk Parkway near Lakeland.

Construction is underway on additonal classroom space and college officials are negotiating to build dorms to open in the fall of 2014.

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USF Grad Creates Churn To Produce Magical Butter

Medicinal marijuna isn't legal in Florida but it is in many states and around the globe. That availability helped spur Garyn Angel of Port Richey, a USF alum, to invent a botanical extractor that can churn out Magical Butter and other special potions.

The talented inventor and entrepreneur is gaining accolades for creativity and innovation.

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New Westshore Apartments Feature Historical Tampa Tiles

The new Jefferson Westshore Apartments in Port Tampa feature tiles, beams and metal from the Wenczel Tile Factory that once occupied the same site.

Neighbors and prospective renters applaud the preservation of history effort at the new luxury complex.

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Ybor City Tops For Halloween Visit, Says AOL Travel

Guavaween may be tamer and more family-oriented than most locals realize with its transition to a street fair and themed costumes, but it still ranks among the nation's top destinations for Halloween.

AOL Travel ranks it 4th behind Boston, New Orleans and New York.

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TMA Design Attracts Attention From USA Today

The Tampa Museum of Art -- designed by Architect Stanley Saitowitz -- ranks among the top museums in the nation for the architectural significance of the building itself, says USA Today.

Starchitecture sometimes offers as much of an attraction as does a museum's art collection when it comes to provinding a destination to drive tourism and the local economy.

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