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Sunday’s Fine Dining Gives Ybor Step Up In Intimate Dining

Sunday’s Fine Dining Gives Ybor Step Up In Intimate Dining

The team at Sunday’s Fine Dining in Ybor City welcome guests to try its always fresh menu and great historic atmosphere. Typically, when company comes to town, there is only one Ybor restaurant on the radar, but with the one-year celebration of the new Sunday’s Fine Dining, an eclectic, high-ceiling, intimate restaurant just doors down […]

Fantastic Art On Display At The 2012 Florida Strawberry Festival Fine Art Show

Fantastic Art On Display At The 2012 Florida Strawberry Festival Fine Art Show

Susan Jenkins of Valrico won Best In Show at the 2012 Florida Strawberry Festival Fine Art Show for her pastel titled, “Eggs in Water.” The Florida Strawberry Festival Fine Art Show is a perennial favorite. The show is presented by the Eastern Hillsborough Art Guild (EHAG) which has done so since 1992. Under the direction […]

Mulrennan Middle School Has Lots Of Heart

Mulrennan Middle School Has Lots Of Heart

Thanks to the involvement of the administration, kids, parents, local community and businesses like the Kona Ice Truck, Mulrennan Middle School was able to raise more than $11,000 for the American Heart Association’s Hoops for Heart program Earlier this month, the students, staff and administration of Mulrennan Middle School are thinking and acting with heart […]

Local Resident Has Been A Part Of Democracy For Over 50 Years

Local Resident Has Been A Part Of Democracy For Over 50 Years

Carolyn Arnold has been a poll worker for Hillsborough County for over 50 years. She started working in the polls in 1952. She retired in 2010. Carolyn Arnold has been a resident of Seffner for 39-years. She has six children, 13 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and two great- great grandchildren.  She loves the Lord and her […]

Knitting Matters At The Bloomingdale Regional Library

Knitting Matters At The Bloomingdale Regional Library

Hannah Strickland (L) and Meagan Petitt (R) practice their stitches. By Kris Martinez Teens looking for a creative outlet should consider the Knit Teen Club offered by the Bloomingdale Regional Library in Valrico. The Knit Teen Club, led by volunteer Ashley Johnson, is a knitting club open to youths between the ages of 12 and […]

The Community Roundtable Hosts A Conversation With Brandon’s Pioneering Families

The Community Roundtable Hosts A Conversation With Brandon’s Pioneering Families

Tammy Holmberg, with her husband Paul, has been instrumental in raising thousands of dollars for area nonprofits. Holmberg is the 2012 recipient of the Alice B. Tompkins Community Service Award. The Community Roundtable’s Community Affairs Dinner has become a favorite community event. This year’s dinner was held in February at Center Place and featured “A […]

A New Artist Of The Face And Body Shares Her Creativity With The Community

A New Artist Of The Face And Body Shares Her Creativity With The Community

Lorrin Wagner, of Wagner Events in Valrico, uses faces and bodies instead of canvases to do her painting. Oscar Wilde once said, “Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known.” When you see some of the paintings created by Lorrin Wagner, of Wagner Events in Valrico, you see individualism at […]

Vintage Market Expands on Bloomingdale & Lithia

Vintage Market Expands on Bloomingdale & Lithia

Lucky Day Emporium, located on the corner of Bloomingdale and Lithia, recently added 500 sq. feet of vintage goods to its repertoire. Situated in the corner of an L-shaped plaza on the corner of Bloomingdale Ave. and Lithia Pinecrest Rd. sits an emporium of antiques. Quite literally, Lucky Day Emporium recently expanded, adding 500 sq. […]

Saint Patrick’s Day Symbols And Celebrations

Saint Patrick’s Day Symbols And Celebrations

In America, Saint Patrick’s Day has long been a day full of celebration and not just for those with Irish roots. It seems that everyone is willing to wear green clothing, eat corned beef and cabbage and indulge in a green beer or two…or three. But what do we really know about the man responsible […]

Girl Scouts Celebrate 100 Years And The Year Of The Girl

Girl Scouts Celebrate 100 Years And The Year Of The Girl

Girl Scout National Historic Preservation Center Juliette Gordon Low (R) at a White House ceremony with Girl Scout First Class awardees in 1917. “I’ve got something for the girls of Savannah, and all of America and all the world, and we’re going to start it tonight.” This is what Juliette Gordon Low told a friend. […]