The Nested Paintbrush Brings Together Creativity With Courage

Creativity takes courage, especially during a pandemic. No one knows this better than local artist, mother and wife Brooke Elkins. Elkins uses her special...

Grace Notes: Betrayed

Ever suffered a relationship gone sour? Or experienced a friendship extended, rejected and then shoved back in your face? Of course you have. We all...

Brown Comfort Systems Has Been Serving The Community For Over 15...

By Gwen Rollings Brown Comfort Systems has been a part of the Apollo Beach community for more than 15 years. Owner Deforest Brown and his...

Teen IMPACT Program Seeks Support In Relocating To Providential Office Space

By Gwen Rollings Much has remained the same and much has changed since the IMPACT Program, Inc. began over 20 years ago. What remained through...

Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church Feeding Souls And Bodies

The Transforming Lives for Christ (TLC) Feeding Ministry at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church in Valrico is providing nourishing hot meals to those in need...

New Pastors Ride Into Town At St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church

Reverends Gary and Jayne Rideout recently became the senior pastors at St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church in Brandon. They moved here in July from...

Eye On Business; Brandon/Winthrop, July 2020

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

Tampa Theatre Announces Virtual BeerFest

In this really strange time that we are living in, it is comforting to know that organizations like the Tampa Theatre are trying to...

Living In COVID: Faith Community Nurses Join Forces With Local Hospitals...

The recent pandemic has been very challenging for St. Joseph’s Hospitals Foundation and the South Florida Baptist Hospital faith community nurses working at the...

Living In COVID: My COVID-19 Drive-Through Story

I recently lost my job due to COVID-19. Not because I contracted the virus and was fired because I was sick. The museum I...