Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council weighs in on conflicting messages regarding offshore drilling
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Performance contracting: how not to spend tax dollars and save the environment
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The Museum, Cubed
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A marriage of paintings and textiles with roots in Native American culture
Right On Target
The Artillery mounts a joyful, pop-infused show at Covivant.
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Chanko, a new concept from Chop Chop Shop owner, will open in Seminole Heights this week
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Tampa McDonald’s workers stage walkout to demand fair pay, better job benefits
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Florida fish now have a drug problem
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