A Polk County company is putting new use to old baseball bats and they're unlike almost anything you've ever seen. Dugout Mugs, in Winter Haven, hollows out the barrels of baseball bats to make drinking mugs.
Inside his Riverview workshop, Jonathan Ovalles taps, stamps, and sews, transforming leather into works of art with a practical purpose.
Awful Waffle is a new dessert specialty waffle shop located in the Noho Junction Food Hall on Cass Street in west Tampa.
The summer of 2020 has been big for Jessica Howard Browne. She recently re-launched her art career, but she never stopped being an artist.
Ratza Chocolate is a bean-to-bar chocolate shop that just opened in downtown Tarpon Springs.
Tim Hileman's drone-repair business has had a busy year. But it's the two COVID-19 products he makes that he's most proud of.
A Lithia-based craftsman is penning his own history with the one-of-a-kind writing instruments he creates.
Tayler Sallee is a senior at the Art Institute of Tampa studying fashion merchandising and marketing. Her work is centered on sustainability.
The St. Petersburg Distillery is a family-owned operation that’s been producing craft spirits in Pinellas County since 2014.
Anyone who loves Italian olive salad will appreciate the care that Jerry Szkoruda and his staff take while making theirs.
Katie White is a watercolor artist who works out of her South Tampa home. Primarily she works on interior paintings that create a sense of peace for her customers.
Crop Juice is a cold-press juice company in Sarasota. The company started seven years ago when owner Karen Odierna started testing out leafy green juice.
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.