When Dr. Gregory Cobb, a lifelong Bucs fan, learned Tom Brady was coming to Tampa, he decided to welcome the celebrity quarterback with a massive mural in his honor. He enlisted the help of Eric “Esh” Hornsby, who's been painting since he could color, to make his vision come to life.
It may not be fair season, but you can still get your fix of food out at the Florida State Fairgrounds as part of the Fair Food Frenzy event.
The city of Clearwater is putting out a call to artists to create six new murals around downtown. They’re asking artists to consider Clearwater’s history or signature events as inspiration.
When the start of the school year was pushed back three weeks in Sarasota County, summer break was extended. Places like Nathan Benderson Park added more summer camps, but as Chip Brewster shows us, their new ultimate camp isn’t just about being out on the water.
The Straz is finding new ways to help students improve their dancing skills during the summer. They're currently hosting the Next Generation Ballet, a ballet summer camp. It took a lot of planning and Zoom calls to figure out the logistics, but they made it work.
The state of Florida's oldest museum is back open after closing at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and there are many new sights to see after a major renovation.
Many Tampa Bay area public libraries remain closed to customers, due to concerns over COVID-19. That makes access to a good book difficult for a lot of people.
Do you have extra time on your hands because of COVID-19 or another reason? Kerby’s Nursery has a fun project you can start without even leaving the air-conditioned comfort of your own home