In this Florida Focus News Brief: Some Florida state senators want to make it easier
In this Florida Focus Health Brief: a new yoga mat has been released that can
The Marshall Center Ballroom at the University of South Florida appeared to be a crime scene
Two sisters experienced the Holi Festival of Colors together for the first time. The Holi
Bakers Ranch opened their doors to vendors in the Tampa Bay area to help put their new location on the map. Vendors enjoyed dancing the night away and viewing the numerous set up options available at the ranch to use later for their clients. From a starry night scene outdoors to aerial artists performing above, the night was enjoyed by all.
When it comes to raising awareness for a great cause, the sisters of Zeta Tau
Photo gallery: Muslim Students Association hosts Religious Extremism panel to discuss different beliefs among students
On March 11, four organizations co-hosted an event called Religious Extremism in the Marshall Students Center at the University of South Florida. This even consisted of a panel of speakers all representing different religions explaining the difference in what religion is and what extremism is. The point of this event was to bring light to events that have been happening around the world, due to religious extremism actions.
Tabanero Cigars in historic Ybor City produces some of the finest handmade cigars. Cigar manufacturers
The Fourth Annual Everyday Blessings Benefit Car Show provided more than fancy cars and luxury. It invited people to see the bigger picture and show the importance of donating to the community organization, Everyday Blessings. Marketing director of Everyday Blessings Pam Bell said the goal of the program is to reunite children in their homes.
Clark Construction partnered up with Everyday Blessings to help give back to the community instead of offering monetary prizes to contestants. The entrants’ involvement in spite of there not being a cash prize to win inspired not only the children who benefit from this event but also the people who come to get a closer look at the cars. The Shops at Wiregrass in Wesley Chapel hosted the car show this year and will offer space for next year’s event at well.
On March 12, the Florida Lottery and the Florida Aquarium unveiled their collaboration for the
Photo Gallery: Florida City community lays beloved member of the community, Veronica Ann Mills, to rest
Veronica Ann Mills, affectionately known as Ann, was the neighborhood mom in Florida City. After
In this Florida Focus episode: A tragic murder-suicide occurs in Pasco County; The I-4 corridor
Laura Slack, a USF humanities major, may seem like an ordinary college student, until you
Pamela Woody rolled down her window as she drove through the Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks. “This
Many have fantasized, at one point or another, about being a famous entertainer. Most, however,
Catalina Garzon subconsciously touched the pink hijab on her head as she walked to her
Nearly 100 students listened to local bands, made environmentally friendly crafts and answered trivia questions
More people are becoming health-conscious and concerned about what foods they are putting into their bodies.
An eager crowd buzzed around the distinctively teal Yik Yak tent outside the Marshall Student Center.
At age 13, Clarissa H. Arriaga went to her first political protest in the streets