Monday was an exciting morning on Coquina Beach in Manatee County. Crowds watched as volunteers tagged and released a loggerhead turtle after she laid her eggs.
Online book reviewer Ashley Kritzer with the Tampa Bay Business Journal tells us what thriller novels are hot on the bookstore shelves this summer.
Let your child run away this summer and join the circus. The Circus Arts Conservatory Circus Summer Camp is one of Sarasota's most unique summer camp experience.
Old Florida opened a world of wonder to the tourists of yesterday. Some of us were just kids at the time.
Tampa’s Rough Riders are a staple throughout the Bay Area, keeping the legacy of Teddy Roosevelt and the members of the 1st US Volunteer Cavalry Regiment alive. Now a museum exhibit is dedicated to educating the next generation about this historical era.
The number 22 had multiple meanings at a hockey event in Wesley Chapel Friday evening. For 22 hours straight, veterans are playing hockey to raise awareness for veteran suicide.
The Beast Comes At Midnight is a new horror movie filmed in Tampa Bay. The movie will have a free first look screening this Saturday, June 11, at Tampa Theatre at 1pm.
The Clearwater Marine Aquarium Sea Turtle Conservation Program monitors North Pinellas County from May 1 through Oct. 31 for sea turtle nesting activities.
Pathfinder Outdoor Education is hosting two weeks of summer camps for kids, aged 7 to 12 years old, who love being outside.
With Memorial Day right around the corner, the city of Venice is preparing for a busy summer on the water. With a record one million-plus registered boats in Florida, officials say safety has to be everyone’s top priority.
The owners of a struggling Ybor City restaurant – which was based around a love for breakfast cereal – recently agreed to pull back the doors, bust open the books and make a call for help – to ‘Bar Rescue.’
A celebration of music and art is returning to the University Area this weekend for the second annual Uptown Music Festival.
St. Petersburg's oldest living museum is a botanical paradise in the midst of the bustling city. The 100-year-old Sunken Gardens is home to some of the oldest tropical plants in the region.
This month marks the 45th anniversary of the iconic movie, Smokey and the Bandit. And, there’s a special connection here in the Tampa Bay area.
Thursday, April 28, is the annual bookfair at Oxford Exchange in downtown Tampa, and more than 30 Bay Area authors will be there to talk about their writing and make donations to charity.
The Museum of Science and Industry, MOSI, in Tampa is gearing up for a summer of science adventures.
Tampa Bay is a place lots of folks come to chill, but sometimes the fun is in the thrill.
Oxford Exchange is hosting a Mother’s Day champagne and tea with New York Times best-selling author Kristin Harmel, Sunday, May 8 at 3 p.m.
Timberline Glamping is expanding to Tampa, making camping more glamorous at Hillsborough River State Park.
A Michigan man who received a terminal diagnosis has one final wish: To see the ocean one more time. His family in the Tampa Bay area is now working to make his final wish a reality.