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Firehouse Cultural Center Presents 2017 Spurs & Bling Gala Fundraiser

By Kathy L. Collins The Firehouse Cultural Center in Ruskin is holding its Gala 2017 with a theme of Spurs & Bling on Saturday, March...

Little Harbor Community Rebrands As Southshore Yacht Club

By Leah Saunders The waterfront community of Little Harbor in Ruskin was recently rebranded as Southshore Yacht Club. It launched its Phase II with a grand opening...

Graduations to Air on TV for First Time in Hillsborough County

By Tamas Mondovics Hillsborough County Public Schools officials were pleased to announce this month that for the first time,the district will air all traditional high...

Artwork Of Two Wonderfully Talented Artists On Display At SouthShore Regional...

With Arts & Entertainment Editor Kathy L. Collins The current exhibit at the SouthShore Regional Library in Ruskin is a terrific show featuring two talented local...

Fish Tales: 2017 Apollo Beach Living

By Captain Travis Yaeckel Spring is around the corner and Tampa Bay fishing will soon come alive. March to early April generally marks the...

Apollo Beach Living: 2017 January

South Bay Hospital Opens $30 Million ICU, Progressive Care Tower By Tamas Mondovics South Bay Hospital officials, dignitaries, and members of the community gathered last month...

The Salty Shamrock Boasts Authentic Irish Fare And Nightly Entertainment

By Sandy Meyer The Salty Shamrock is quickly becoming a favorite hotspot in Apollo Beach. Owner Sean Rice, a native of Ireland, opened the tavern...

Sticky Rice Sushi In Summerfield Plaza, Where You Will Feel Like...

By Amy Schechter Sticky Rice Sushi brings northern flair to the Southshore area. Hailing from Chicago, husband and wife team Annie Cheun and Daniel Sweeten,...

Fish Tales: December 2017

By Captain Travis Yaeckel Enjoying the holiday season with a day on the water is something a lot of Floridians get to do. We are...

Local Artist Receives Grant From Arts Council Of Hillsborough County

With Arts & Entertainment Editor Kathy L. Collins Michael Parker of Ruskin was one of 14 local artists who were awarded grants totaling nearly $40,000 by...