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Where The Wild Things Are… Gibsonton, Florida

Where The Wild Things Are… Gibsonton, Florida

mag813 July 16, 2016 0

An unincorporated census-designated place in Florida’s Hillsborough County, that is only home to about 8,000 people, Gibsonton is known as a sideshow wintering town, or a place where many circus performers and sideshow operated

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This Tiny, Unassuming Park in Tampa Belongs to the Republic of Cuba

This Tiny, Unassuming Park in Tampa Belongs to the Republic of Cuba

mag813 July 9, 2016 0

This tiny park in Tampa, Florida is about as close as you can get to Cuba without leaving the U.S. When you cross through the archway to enter Parque Amigos de Jose Marti (Friends

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Tampa Ranks 8th Nationally For Best Party Cities

Tampa Ranks 8th Nationally For Best Party Cities

mag813 June 30, 2016 2

If you’re looking for the best party scenes in the states, these destinations offer the most when it comes to vibrant night life and good times. Using data was gathered from Yelps open API,

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Bucs, Jaguars and Dolphins Donate $400K to OneOrlando Fund

Bucs, Jaguars and Dolphins Donate $400K to OneOrlando Fund

mag813 June 24, 2016 0

The National Football League Foundation and the NFL’s three Florida-based teams — the Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers — are uniting to support the victims’ families and survivors of the tragedy

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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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Someone Filmed A School Of Thousands Of Stingrays In Tampa Bay

Someone Filmed A School Of Thousands Of Stingrays In Tampa Bay

mag813 June 18, 2016 0

A school of stingrays this large is referred to as a ‘fever’, and now that you know that I feel like I’ve done my good deed for the day and taught at least one

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Exploring Florida’s Great ‘Carrier’ Reef

Exploring Florida’s Great ‘Carrier’ Reef

mag813 May 21, 2016 0

Ten years ago a mighty warship was laid to rest in a watery grave. It was death for the USS Oriskany, an aircraft carrier with battle stars for service in the Korean and Vietnam

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What Do ALL of Florida’s Professional Sports Teams Have in Common? They All Support The Special Olympics

What Do ALL of Florida’s Professional Sports Teams Have in Common? They All Support The Special Olympics

mag813 May 18, 2016 0

Leaders of Florida’s professional sports teams recently gathered in Miami to create a game plan to change perceptions about people with intellectual disabilities. Hosted by Special Olympics Florida, leadership from the Tampa Bay Rays,

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Best of 813… Downtown Tampa’s ‘International Cafe’

Best of 813… Downtown Tampa’s ‘International Cafe’

mag813 April 4, 2016 0

Stepping into International Cafe during the mid-day lunch rush, one might think that you have teleported into a Pittsburgh deli due to the plethora of pasty, obese office drones which inhabit the many hi-rise

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The Bro Bowl Reboot to Open Next Month

The Bro Bowl Reboot to Open Next Month

mag813 March 19, 2016 0

Slabs of green, graffitied concrete sit in the center of a lot off Lamar Street, bordering I-275 in downtown Tampa. It looks like discarded rubble, but they’re actually pieces of history the city kept

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