A mural honoring one of Tampa's largest and oldest African American neighborhoods. <span class='image-credits'>Photo by Amber Sigman</span> Office gathering in downtown St. Pete (2013). <span class='image-credits'>Photo by Julie Branaman</span> Art installation at Bayshore Blvd (2017). <span class='image-credits'>Photo by Amber Sigman</span>

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Medical marijuana: A Catch-22 for Florida residents, researchers

A supermajority of Sunshine State voters approved legalizing cannabis for medical use in 2016. But as of today, Florida's doctors and researchers say they're still waiting for the smoke to clear before cannabis can make concrete clinical progress. Learn more.

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Working to balance short-term plans with a long-term vision for I-275

A grassroots plan to replace a stretch of I-275 in Tampa with a boulevard is gaining traction as the FDOT mulls multibillion dollar projects along other areas of the corridor

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Kiteboarders ride wind in St. Pete

The shallow waters on the south end of Pinellas County are considered by many to be the best place in the world for kitesurfing and kiteboarding.

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Book excerpt: White Fang and the Golden Bear by Joe Wessel, Bill Chastain, and Jack Nicklaus

Former Florida State football player Joe Wessel recounts the story of taking his dad along for a round of golf with Jack Nicklaus at Augusta National. Bill Chastain, a longtime Tampa Tribune sportswriter, is the book's co-author. Read an excerpt.

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Video: Mountain Unicycling, Hillsborough CountyRead Article

Mountain unicycling enthusiasts love to take to the trails carved out of the banks of the Alafia River southeast of Tampa. Follow along in this video-photo slideshow as Jason Dominic, John Moriarty and Ed Francavilla conquer the hills.
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West Tampa

West Tampa is an historic Tampa neighborhood undergoing transformational change as new people and businesses move in. Traditionally defined by its working class, primarily Latin culture, the neighborhood is increasingly seen as a place of opportunity for a diversity of ...