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What Changes Are In Store For Tampa’s Riverfront Park?

What Changes Are In Store For Tampa’s Riverfront Park?

mag813 July 28, 2016 0

Mayor Bob Buckhorn and the City of Tampa, Florida, broke ground this week on the redevelopment of Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park designed by Denver urban design and landscape architecture firm Civitas with W

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TBX Expansion Threatens to Destroy Tampa Heights

TBX Expansion Threatens to Destroy Tampa Heights

mag813 June 21, 2016 0

Most people still think of Tampa as a sprawling, car-centric town, but that is starting to change. In 2014, Smart Growth America [PDF] found that Tampa is shifting toward a more walkable development pattern. The city is

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So Long Vinny…. Vincent Lecavalier announces retirement from NHL

So Long Vinny…. Vincent Lecavalier announces retirement from NHL

mag813 June 21, 2016 0

Former Tampa Bay Lightning captain Vincent Lecavalier is officially hanging up his skates for good. The 36-year-old NHL veteran officially confirmed on Tuesday that he’s retiring from the league this summer, per TVA’s Renaud

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Our Picks For The Top Five Breweries in the Bay Area

Our Picks For The Top Five Breweries in the Bay Area

mag813 June 11, 2016 0

When you think about craft beer destinations in North America, the sprawling network of cities, towns and highways that make up the greater Tampa Bay area likely doesn’t top the list. But over the

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Why Can Florida Adults With Mental Illness Still Buy Guns?

Why Can Florida Adults With Mental Illness Still Buy Guns?

mag813 June 7, 2016 0

After every tragic, gun-related suicide the question inevitably arises: Why, in a country that purportedly mandates background checks and champions mental health, was a suicidal person permitted to purchase a firearm? Now, a new

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Is There A Difference Between All Those Running Apps?

Is There A Difference Between All Those Running Apps?

mag813 June 1, 2016 0

A lot has changed since we picked our favorite running apps a few years ago. Now there are tons of apps that save your stats in the cloud and let you share runs with

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Rising Seas Are Pushing Too Much Salt Into The Florida Everglades

Rising Seas Are Pushing Too Much Salt Into The Florida Everglades

mag813 May 25, 2016 0

The Florida Everglades is a swampy wilderness the size of Delaware. In some places along the road in southern Florida, it looks like tall saw grass to the horizon, a prairie punctuated with a

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Sinkhole Discovery Suggests Humans Were in Florida 14,500 Years Ago

Sinkhole Discovery Suggests Humans Were in Florida 14,500 Years Ago

mag813 May 15, 2016 0

A stone knife, mastodon bones and fossilized dung found in an underwater sinkhole show that humans lived in north Florida about 14,500 years ago, according to new research that suggests the colonization of the

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For 1st Time Since 1978, U.S. Cruise Docks in Cuba

For 1st Time Since 1978, U.S. Cruise Docks in Cuba

mag813 May 2, 2016 0

The first U.S. cruise ship in nearly 40 years crossed the Florida Straits from Miami and docked in Havana Harbor on Monday, restarting commercial travel on waters that served as a stage for a

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Tampa Ranks 6th in the Nation for Best St. Patrick’s Day Cities, 2nd for Most Irish Pubs Per Capita

Tampa Ranks 6th in the Nation for Best St. Patrick’s Day Cities, 2nd for Most Irish Pubs Per Capita

mag813 March 9, 2016 0

You heard right… WalletHub.com Ranks our city 6th! Unless you’re familiar with the real history of St. Patrick’s Day, you might think it’s simply a day to wear green, drink at an Irish pub

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