Some Tampa Bay nursing home residents still ‘in the dark’ following mass transport from Freedom Square
Residents were brought to three area hospitals after COVID-19 outbreak.
By Tiffany Razzano
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RainbowCon multimedia conference underway in Westshore
The four-day conference focuses on LGBTQ books, TV, movies and more.
Tags: Local Arts, writing conference, writers conference, the young protectors, RainbowCon, QUILTBAG, multimedia conference, LGBTQ, Hans Hirschi, Alex Woolfson, Adam DeKraker
Page Turners: Tampa Bay's Literary Happenings
Wordy whirls for the bookishly inclined.
Tags: Local Arts, Literature, Wordier Than Thou, Tiffany Razzano, things to do, signings, readings, Planet Retro, crate digger, books, Book Swap of Carrollwood, bob suren
Pride Issue 2015: The LGBT year in review
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Pride Issue 2015: St. Pete Pride Grand Marshal Larry Biddle
Tags: Events & Film, Warehouse Arts District Association, tampa international gay & lesbian film festival, Tampa International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, St. Pete Pride Grand Marshal, philadelphia, Metro Wellness, LGBT Welcome Center, Larry Biddle, Jonathan Demme, Delaware Valley Legacy Fund, david warner, ActionAIDS
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