|May 31, 2002
||The party starts at 4:15
[Times photo: Thomas M. Goethe]
Conversation, company and cocktails are served at a South Tampa retirement community's Friday afternoon happy hour. Story
Businesses to open on Kennedy Boulevard
Store owners work hard to renovate existing buildings and propose forming a committee to improve the neighborhood.
Who has control here?
I HAVE in my dresser drawer what every childless single woman has:
A taste of what teamwork does
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Foodies whooped it for the hungry at the annual Taste of the Nation benefit thrown by Share Our Strength coalition at the Marriott Waterside last week.
Relearning a lost art
Lamar Sparkman suffered a stroke last fall and struggles now to get his hands to create the ideas his mind can picture.
Home exemplifies prairie-style
The Newport Avenue structure bears the name of Henry Leiman, an entrepreneur and civic leader at the turn of the century.
Sears sets up shop in Dillard's place
Mall wars mean moving stores as Dillard's move to International Plaza prompts Sears to leave Tampa Bay Center.
Bike lanes dropped from road project
Meridian Street plans call for a wide sidewalk instead, but cyclists say a roadside bike lane is much safer.
Bank to redevelop Tampa Heights
Tampa Heights, one of four areas Bank of America chose to renovate, is slated for a $50-million residential development.
Partying for AIDS park
An Asian-themed party Sunday at International Plaza will raise money for a future $500,000 AIDS Memorial Park.