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Feature Story At the west gateway of the Ybor City Historic District, Casa Marti, 127 studio, one and two-bedroom apartments across two buildings, welcomes its first residents this summer as three apartment communities with some 600 units open in the Ybor area.

Darryl Shaw talks Ybor revitalization, looks to future

It's a big summer for Ybor City developer Darry Shaw's vision of a walkable, mixed-use district with more residents, more shops and restaurants and more daytime and weekday activities. 

Feature Story "Ybor Photos: Then and Now" at the FMoPA features historic photos, like this 1917 shot of the Burgert Brothers studio on the 1500 block of Seventh Avenue, alongside contemporary pictures in the same location, like this 2020 shot of La Faraona Cigars.

July arts: "Photo Ybor: Then and Now" at FMoPA, new exhibits on both sides of the Bay

July has new exhibits at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, Michael Murphy Gallery, Creative Pinellas, Tempus Projects, the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg and Stirling Art Studios & Gallery. Plus, Jobsite's presentation of "The Rocky Horror Show" at the Straz.

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Masthead gallery: Rooted in Play Mud Day

A photo gallery from Tampa nonprofit's Rooted in Play's Mud Day at Rowlett Park.

Partner Content Mayor Bruce Rector speaks during Clearwater Honor Fest on May 25th.

Clearwater Mayor Bruce Rector talks goals, priorities

Clearwater Mayor Bruce Rector discusses the goals and priorities that will place the city front and center in the regional conversation. "It's Clearwater's time," he says.

Feature Story The handles of Sky Puppy's 13 beer taps are sculptures of 13 bats in flight.

Sky Puppy Brewing takes flight in Ybor this summer

Sky Pupping Brewing opens this summer in Ybor City's Casa Bomberos, a location with a lot of significance for owners Danielle and Matthew McKinnon.

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