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Orlando, FL, United States

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Past articles by Anthony:

Tampa's Viva Napoli is so authentic you may need a passport

From the Spaghetti alla Carbonera to the Pizza Fritta, it doesn't get more authentic Italian than south Tampa's Viva Napoli restaurant. → Read More

HorsePower for Kids gives students hands-on experience with animals

Some say it's a farm, while others say it is definitely a petting zoo, but to the people who take care of the animals on the property, HorsePower for Kids in west Tampa is a great opportunity for visitors to get up close and personal with more than 100 animals. → Read More

LEGOs get a second life at buy, sell, trade store 'Bricks and Minfigs'

Playing with LEGO bricks was a tradition Adam Smyk had with his two sons after returning from being deployed with the Navy six months at a time. So when he retired it was a no brainer for him to open a business and fill it with LEGO pieces. → Read More

Best Buy's Geek Squad offers tips on buying the right laptop

Today marks the first day for move-in day over at the University of South Florida and just as sure as students will need books for classes, most will need a trusty laptop. → Read More

Capital Tacos expands into Pinellas County

The quest to find unique and authentic Mexican ingredients and make great tasting food is what led the owners of Capital Tacos to open their first restaurant in Land O' Lakes at the end of 2013. → Read More

Val Kilmer, Rory McCann among stars at Tampa Bay Comic Con

He played Bruce Wayne / Batman in the 1995 Batman Forever movie and this weekend actor Val Kilmer will be spending time with fans and signing autographs at Tampa Bay Comic Con at the Tampa Convention Center. → Read More

United States Coast Guard still living up to its motto 223 years later

They are considered the Guardians of the Gulf. At a moments notice, the United States Coast Guard Station Sand Key is ready to do everything to protect those on the water, from search & rescue to maritime law enforcement. → Read More

Clearwater Marine Aquarium launches campaign to reduce deadly water debris

A campaign to reduce debris in local waterways has Clearwater Marine Aquarium drawing on star power to make people aware of how fatal something as harmless as a hair clip could be when dumped in the water. → Read More

SPCA encourages people spend time with mixed-breed dogs on National Mutt Day

Tuesday is National Mutt Day, a day designed to encourage everyone to embrace, rescue and celebrate mixed-breed dogs. → Read More

Synchronized swim camp teaches students aquatic dancing

A program that introduces intermediate level swimmers to synchronized swimming has kids dancing, tumbling and flipping off the deep end of the swimming poop at the New Tampa YMCA. → Read More

The 'Soccer Dogs' a huge hit at Tampa summer camp

From elementary schools to libraries and assisted living facilities, the "Soccer Dogs" make their way all over Florida and their only goal is to have fun playing with their opponents. Now the talented two collies have scored a couple of matches at Tampa's Primrose School of South Tampa summer camp. → Read More

Kids to show off newly-learned dance skills at Lakeland show

Affter three long weeks of exhaustive dance training, the students at FrediDance Project Intensive are ready to put all of that hard work together and put on a show. → Read More

'Amos the Wonder Horse' brings smiles to children and elderly all over Pinellas County

Beyoncé, Oprah and Drake are a couple big time celebrities that can be identified and you know who they are and what they do just by mentioning their first name. → Read More

Metrocon set to invade Tampa Convention Center this weekend

First Sharkcon swam into the bay area and this weekend more than 10,000 people are expected to descend on the Tampa Convention Center as part of Metrocon 2018. → Read More

Mel's Hot Dogs celebrates 45 years of being in business on National Hot Dog Day

It's National Hot Dog Day and if you live in Tampa Bay, there's only one place to get your hot dog fix and that’s Mel’s Hot Dogs on Busch Boulevard in Tampa. → Read More

10 year-old Riverview girl to compete in karate world championship

She’s only ten years-old, but after watching a Ronda Rousey MMA fight on TV with her dad two years ago, Sydnee Peretiatko knew what she wanted to do with the rest of her life. → Read More

Movie actor opens pizza joint in Brandon

After starring in movies that include "The Sandlot" and "My Girl," Shane Obedzinski decided he didn't want to work for anyone else, so years after he graduated from Bloomingdale High School he opened a pizza joint. → Read More

Shark-Con invades Florida State Fairgrounds with a full lineup of entertainment

If you like everything sharks and everything ocean, then this weekend's Shark-Con at the Florida State Fairgrounds has something for you. → Read More

Kids agree, STEM is most STEM-ulating summer camp of them all

Hillsborough Community College's Conference Center in Brandon is ground zero for STEM learning. → Read More

Sarasota Jungle Gardens lets you get up close with flamingos

Sarasota Jungle Gardens one of the most historic attractions in the area and one of the longest running continuously operated attractions in the state of Florida. → Read More