|April 11, 2003
Amy Scherzer's Diary: Heartfelt donations
||Mysteries by moonlight
[Times photo: Kathleen Flynn]
Baby puffers, worm eggs, gobs of jellyfish. Go for a walk on Picnic Island in the evening, and the surf teems with life.
HEARTY SUCCESS: Chairman Tom Snow, CEO of Carlton Fields law firm, must be flipping cartwheels at the results of Saturday's wildly successful Heart Ball. The party raised $340,000 for the American Heart Association, one of the highest net totals for a bay-area agency.
South Tampa's voter powerhouse
The neighborhoods south of Kennedy showed up in strong numbers for the March 25 runoff -- just as they always do.
Edy's sundaes to tempt teens
An ice cream parlor will open across from Plant High School, offering an old-fashioned hangout just in time for summer.
Ray Zacek is an IRS agent with literary aspirations. His plays, full of freaky characters, are finding an audience.
What's in a name?: The legacy of an educator endures
Howard Blake, who began teaching as a coach, helped organize the Florida High School Athletic Association.
Obituary: He valued his family, coffee and a good cigar
Peter Pasetti, 93, was married 73 years and lived out his life in the house he built on Cordelia Street with family close by.
What's Brewing: Village needs a daily draw
Meet Evelisse Quiles.
University of Tampa: Recovered memories
Actors are reviving stories from the Tampa Bay Hotel each Sunday by giving voice to famous guests and staff members.
Tampa Heights: Charity takes on challenge for hungry
A philanthropist's sweet deal will feed the hungry and give community groups that help a boost with $1-million.
Downtown: Downtown jewel starts painstaking restoration
The stained-glass windows at Sacred Heart will be cleaned, the stonework repaired and the exterior scrubbed.
Virginia Park: This just in: Schools broadcast own news
Middle and elementary schools report activities, weather, sports and birthdays on their own television newscasts.