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Florida Wildlife With Ali: Barred Owls

By Ali Dunstan Many birds of prey call Florida home, including the five species of owls that live here year-round. Those species include the barn...

Tampa Theatre’s Movie-Maker Summer Camp Goes Virtual

By Lily Belcher Despite the coronavirus pandemic’s best efforts to dim the lights on Tampa Theatre’s anticipated summer camps, young directors will attract audiences via...

Just Around The Corner

By Brian Bokor With all the new construction around South County, we wanted to shed some light on just a few of the many projects...

Local Options Help Kids Get Crafty: Summer Art Opportunities For Kids

By Faith Miller Multiple locations in the area are offering kids and their families several opportunities to get creative and have some fun this summer....

From The Tee Box With Jason Blanchard; July 2020, Bloomingdale/FishHawk

By Jason Blanchard “I want to kill it off the tee.” I can’t tell you how many times I have heard, “I just want to...

Newsome Valedictorian Named 1 of 161 National U.S. Presidential Scholars

Of the approximately 3.6 million students that graduated from high school this year, Newsome graduate Alex Dyer is in an elite group. Dyer was one...

Eye On Business; Bloomingdale/FishHawk, July 2020

New Director Of Swim At BSAC The Brandon Sports & Aquatic Center (BSAC) has named Sharon Finotti as director of swim education. Finotti brings more...

School District Recognizes Students With Perfect Attendance

Three Bloomingdale/FishHawk area students were recognized with an amazing accomplishment last month. Julia Salvo from Bloomingdale HighSchool and Mark Grabau and Alexander Dyer from...

The Florida Orchestra Posts 100 Videos From Home

When the pandemic took hold in mid-March, The Florida Orchestra vowed to keep the music going, even without concerts. Wow, did we ever. TFO has posted...

Munzee: A Family-Friendly Outdoor Activity, Perfect For Quarantine

By Dylan Quesada During these hard times of quarantine and social distancing, most people have felt cooped up in their home with not much to...