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Legoland Florida Donates 20,000 Tickets to Kids After Irma

Legoland Florida Donates 20,000 Tickets to Kids After Irma

mag813 October 2, 2017 0

Legoland Florida is giving away 20,000 tickets to help cheer up in kids affected by Hurricane Irma. The central Florida park announced in a news release Thursday that they’re donating 18,000 theme-park tickets to the UNICEF

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Duffy’s Sports Grill Offering Discounts for First Responders & Utility Workers

Duffy’s Sports Grill Offering Discounts for First Responders & Utility Workers

Ben Delanoy September 20, 2017 0

Duffy’s Sports Grill is proud to always offer 40% off to Law Enforcement Officers, Fire Rescue and Active Duty Military Personnel while dining at Duffy’s in uniform. As a special thank you for everyone’s

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Trump Praises ‘Incredible’ First Responders While Visiting Florida

Trump Praises ‘Incredible’ First Responders While Visiting Florida

mag813 September 15, 2017 0

Walking through mobile homes ravaged by Hurricane Irma in Naples, Fla., President Trump praised first responders and residents for doing an “incredible” job on rescue and recovery. Earlier in his one-day visit to Florida,

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Tampa Bay’s Craft Beer Scene Is Getting International Attention

Tampa Bay’s Craft Beer Scene Is Getting International Attention

mag813 April 29, 2017 0

If the holy trinity of hops, yeast and water are your thing, you need to head to Florida’s Tampa Bay. Sure, it’s the sunshine state’s most diverse destination, complete with Cuban culture, thrilling roller

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Cigar City’s Hunahpu’s Imperial Stout Takes Home ‘Top Beer’ Award From RateBeer.com

Cigar City’s Hunahpu’s Imperial Stout Takes Home ‘Top Beer’ Award From RateBeer.com

mag813 February 1, 2017 0

We’ve reached a point where you can go almost anywhere in the States and grab yourself a good beer. As breweries continue to open at an unprecedented rate, finding a quality pint is easier

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Brewery Watch 2017: Angry Chair Brewing

Brewery Watch 2017: Angry Chair Brewing

mag813 January 5, 2017 0

Earlier this year, we attended the Copenhagen Beer Celebration—which, as the name suggests, was held in Boston. The festival, which was put on by Mikkeller, was a venerable who’s who of breweries. Of all

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How The Two-Headed Gator Became The Mascot of Seminole Heights

How The Two-Headed Gator Became The Mascot of Seminole Heights

mag813 December 14, 2016 0

When the suburb was first developed in 1911, its founder used a two-headed alligator, both mouths open, as the neighborhood’s emblem in advertising materials. The bizarre image came from old Florida folklore. In a story collected by historians R.

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Step Back Into the Glory Days of Florida’s Nascent Tourism Industry at the Henry B. Plant Museum

Step Back Into the Glory Days of Florida’s Nascent Tourism Industry at the Henry B. Plant Museum

mag813 October 12, 2016 0

Henry Bradley Plant spent the 1880s building up a network of railroad and steamship lines that both terminated in Tampa, then a sleepy and sparsely populated fishing village prone to yellow fever epidemics. To

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Take A Trip To The International Independent Showmen’s Museum in Riverview

Take A Trip To The International Independent Showmen’s Museum in Riverview

mag813 September 2, 2016 0

The history of the traveling carnival is not always easy to compile due to the nomadic nature of countless freelance performers, but the International Independent Showmen’s Museum does a fine job of collecting all

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Where To Eat Lunch Today? Hungry Harry’s Family Bar-B-Que in Seffner Makes Our List

Where To Eat Lunch Today? Hungry Harry’s Family Bar-B-Que in Seffner Makes Our List

mag813 August 29, 2016 0

If you’ve lived here for long enough, chances are you’ve tried nearly every good restaurant (and nearly every item on the menu). If you’re getting bored with your local establishments, why not take a little

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