Paul Guzzo, Tampa Bay Times

Paul Guzzo

Tampa Bay Times

Tampa, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Paul:

‘Parker Lewis,’ ‘Stargate’ actor is moving to Tampa Bay to make films

Corin Nemec made the decision after working with a local production company and meeting a woman. → Read More

Pulitzer-winning author says podcast clears Leo Schofield in wife’s 1987 murder

Gilbert King’s show is a look at the Lakeland murder of Michelle Schofield and whether her convicted husband is guilty. → Read More

Seminole woman’s son wanted to travel, so 1,000 people spread his ashes

Their story is told through the documentary “Scattering CJ” on PBS Worldwide. → Read More

Tampa’s J.B. Ball taping a comedy special here after work with Kevin Hart

On Sept. 24, he films a one-hour comedy special titled “It’s My Privilege” at the University of Tampa. → Read More

Queen Elizabeth II visited Tampa on May 20, 1991. Here’s a look back.

She sailed into Tampa to name U.S. Army Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf an honorary knight. → Read More

A monument to Al Tomaini, the Gibsonton giant, has been restored

The boot sculpture fell from its pedestal a year ago and was fixed by the daughter of the woman who had it erected. → Read More

328 graves from Black cemetery are under company and Clearwater road

The segregation-era cemetery was supposed to be moved in 1955 as part of a deal to sell the land. → Read More

Bay News 9 and Weather on the 9′s turn 25. Here’s how they started.

The Tampa Bay area’s first 24-hour news network launched on Sept. 24, 1997. → Read More

Growing up in Lutz, filmmaker was bored. He made a movie about it.

The Tyler Riggs movie “God’s Waiting Room” is now streaming on Amazon Prime. → Read More

Effort to save Tampa’s historic Jackson House stalled by neighbors

To help the building meet fire code, the owners of neighboring properties were asked to provide a 10-foot easement. They said no. → Read More

DeSantis cited this 1930s Tampa gambling case when he suspended Andrew Warren

In 1936, C. Jay Hardee was suspended by the governor for not prosecuting illegal gambling in Tampa. → Read More

Bryan Cranston to reprise movie role as real Tampa federal agent

The “Breaking Bad” actor starred as Robert Mazur in “The Infiltrator.” He will do so again in “The Betrayal.” → Read More

Contents of Gallopsville, an Old West town in Tampa, to be auctioned

The town features a livery, a jail and an ice cream shop and more. → Read More

Armenia Avenue might be a spelling error that stuck

The West Tampa thoroughfare was originally called Armina Avenue. Why was the name changed? → Read More

In a pinch, Tampa couple made her wedding dress from his WWII parachute

The husband and wife have both died, but their daughter treasures the dress that tells “their love story.” → Read More

After 93 years, Tony’s Ybor Restaurant in Tampa is closing

Sept. 2 is the last day for the Ybor City institution. “It’s just time,” the owner said. → Read More

Grand Prix Tampa, a go-to for go-karts and mini golf since 1978, has closed

Eleven three-story apartment buildings will be built on the property at 14320 N. Nebraska Ave. → Read More

Tampa’s Bob Layton humanized Iron Man and Ant-Man. Now, a thank you.

Hillsborough County will honor the comic book writer and illustrator with Bob Layton Week. → Read More

Shark attack recreations, filmed in St. Petersburg, are now streaming

National Geographic shot 15 reenactments of real shark attacks that occurred around the world. → Read More

Haylie Duff is directing and starring in a movie in Tampa Bay

It is the 11th movie that David Yates and Danny Roth have produced here in the last year. → Read More