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The Tampa Bay region is a great place to be a kid and to raise kids. From topnotch public and private schools to parks and entertainment to agencies and nonprofits that offer special assistance to families, the region is home to a treasure trove of people and amenities aimed at improving and enhancing the lives of children.

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Tampa Bay Comic Con Attracts Real Characters

Tampa Bay Comic Con expects up 50,000 fans from all over the globe to flock into downtown Tampa this weekend as part of the dress-up-like-fictional-characters entertainment trend sweeping the nation. Entry into the local market was well-timed by the comic book lovers and entrepreneurs behind it.  

Aerial Dragons Defy Gravity in Tampa

Motivation, strength and flexibility are keys to success for any start-up company. Through Aerial Dragons, her newly launched aerial arts school, Circus Performer Jessica Watson demands these characteristics of her individual students, too.

Picking Your Favorite 83 Degrees Stories In 2014

What were the Top 10 Feature Stories published in 83 Degrees Media in the first half of the year? Take a look at the list and let us know what you think.

5th Graders Magnify History Of Tampa Heights

Tampa Heights is the city's oldest suburb, settled by some of Tampa's founding families. Today it is home to new residents who are renovating historic bungalows and re-invigorating one of the city's most racially and ethnically diverse neighborhoods. Its early history is brought to life in partnership with the Tampa Bay History Center and B.C. Graham Elementary School.

Old Meets New: Transformation Of Tampa Neighborhood Shapes What's Next For Bro Bowl

The confluence of old meets new makes for some tough decisions as the City of Tampa, developers, historic preservations and skateboarders decide the fate of Bro Bowl, an historic concrete skatepark that many want to replace with a modern design reflective of progress in technology and Tampa's urban landsape.
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