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Feature Story Historic St. James Episcopal Church will become Tampa's Black History Museum under a partnership between the Tampa Bay History Center and the Tampa Housing Authority.

Historic church will become Tampa's Black History Museum

The Tampa Bay History Center and Tampa Housing Authority are partnering to turn the historic St. James Episcopal Church building into Tampa's Black History Museum.

Feature Story The ACCESS 2050 survey results show strong community support for extending the TECO Line Streetcar system.

ACCESS 2050 survey sheds light on public’s transportation priorities in Hillsborough

Results from the Hillsborough Transportation Planning Organization's ACCESS 2050 survey shed light on the public's transportation priorities for the next 25 years. 

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Masthead gallery: Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks

A photo gallery of the iconic Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks

Feature Story Local bestselling author and baseball lover Alicia Thompson's new book, "The Art of Catching Feelings," is the story of an unlikely romance between a pro baseball player and his heckler. A book launch event is June 20th at Tropicana Field.

Local romance author, baseball fan Alicia Thompson hits home run with new book

Local bestselling author Alicia Thompson's love of baseball is at the heart of her new book, "The Art of Catching Feelings," the story of an unlikely romance between a pro baseball player and his heckler. There's a book launch event June 20th at Tropicana Field.

Feature Story At the Tampa International Fringe Festival, actress Katie Thayer will perform the entire film “Titanic” - alone and in under an hour.

June arts: Tampa Fringe, Juneteenth and Pride Month events, new exhibits, and much more

The June art scene has the Tampa International Fringe Festival in Ybor, a slew of Juneteenth and Pride Month events, the FMoPA International Photography Competition Exhibition at TIA, the Tampa Theatre's new screening room, a '53 Chrysler limo with wings, a busy Second Saturday ArtWalk and much, much more.

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