There’s a candlemaker who has been pouring her wax creations in Seminole Heights for years.
The owners of a Tampa-based boutique cookie company are serving up your sugar fix in fun and different ways.
Krista Jacobson started Hippies Homemade Candles in her kitchen back in 2013. She worked as a message therapist burning candles every day, but that was a problem.
Ybor City was once known as the cigar capitol of the world, which means the city has produced its share of cigar boxes as well. Now, one local woman has made a business out of up-cycling these pieces of Tampa history.
Temple Terrace firefighters David Burton and Andy Muzzy make American flags from retired fire equipment.
When Joe Yurt retired, he began restoring old iron benches and turned his hobby into a business. “It's like, it's dead, then I bring it back,” he explained.
When Erika Williner couldn’t find the perfect piece of jewelry, she designed it herself.
Walking into Liz Martinez's apartment, you learn a lot. She likes Star Wars. She likes fabrics. She likes costumes.
With 'stay at home' orders canceling celebrations, a Tampa company is delivering some much-needed cheer with yard signs.
With everyone ordering food in these days and a Tampa Bay area company is right in step with the times.
Madico prides itself as one of the world's leading manufacturers of innovative window film. The products manufactured by the Pinellas Park company affect everyday life.
Nook & Cranny, Tampa Bay's original DIY home decor studio offers unique home decor workshops.
The Florida sun can be unbearable at the height of the summer, but there's a company in Sarasota that's spent 20 years shading us during the hottest days.
Tampa Bay’s Missey Rodriguez is putting her work with the American Embassy State Department in West Africa in a way you might not imagine.
From Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to Plant City, Sensenich is the only manufacturer of FAA-certified wood propellers in the country.
Retirement is usually a time to take it easy, but it's also a time to focus on your passions.
We're going back to the 1960's with Gypsy Junque. It's a traveling boutique in a colorful bus where you'll find a blast from the past, and it's made right here in Tampa Bay.
St. Pete-based artist Julie Dye has always loved paper. She turned that love into a business, making intricate beads made from Japanese paper into jewelry.
Even on the hottest days in Florida, coffee is a staple of everyone’s day. That could be one reason the popularity of cold brew coffee has skyrocketed.
From doors and fireplace mantles, to closets and bathroom vanities – one man is bringing reclaimed wood back to life in new and creative designs.