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Lingering summer heat still wilting your ‘do? Get ready to be cool outdoors in the Tampa Bay region

Whatever your outdoor pleasure -- birding, corn mazes, pumpkins, colorful leaves, bicycling, wildflowers, goats, etc. -- you can find fun things to do in the fall like no other season that will lure you, your friends and family to get outside and play.

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What will the new St. Pete Pier look like?

Designers, architects and St. Petersburg officials are engaging locals and tourists in a new pier design intended to proudly represent the city and enhance the popular Bayfront area for decades to come.

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Take a peek behind the scenes with SPF16 artists

What better way to highlight St. Petersburg as a city of the arts than with a month-long festival showcasing local arts?  The second annual St. Petersburg Festival kicks off in September with an impressive line-up of artistic talent.

North Shore Aquatic Complex in St. Pete hosts a variety of swim meets.

Splash on! Local swim scene extends beyond Tampa Bay

The diversity of water fun and fitness opportunities in the Tampa Bay region are as vast as the water it surrounds. From beginners to fitness lovers to up-and-coming Olympians, all find a place. No matter your level of swim prowess, there’s a pool, a program and a body of water beckoning. Let’s dive in.

Richard Gonzmart with his pups Rex and Rusty at Goody Goody in South Tampa.

Sense of place, history motivate Tampa native in recreating iconic restaurants

A resurrected Goody Goody in Hyde Park Village in South Tampa is just one of many projects undertaken by Tampa native Richard Gonzmart.
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