After a 13 year mistake, Tampa Pride made its triumphant return to the streets of Ybor City, featuring a parade, festival, auto show, food trucks, and more.
Sarah Ruhl's adaptation of Virginia Woolf's "Orlando" tells the life and times of 300 year old Orlando, and explores the fluidity of gender and sexuality.
Lights on Tampa 2015 brought together the masses for lights, dance, music, and food at Curtis Hixon Park in Downtown Tampa.
"Butcher Holler" is a play that forces the audience to be a part of its madness, and makes no promises that you'll survive.
Brand new nonprofit, Second Screen Cult Cinema, kicks off their new film series in Downtown Tampa with the 1960 feature "Peeping Tom".
First Fridays Seminole Heights celebrated its very first of 2015, bringing in the masses for art, culture, food, and drink.
Urban Juice Co. is downtown Tampa's latest indie darling, intent on bringing the freshest juices to the masses.
Tampa Bay's new favorite coffee shop on wheels, Commune + Co., brings their signature pressure brewed iced coffee to Schiller's Salvage.
Celebrating its 3rd year in Tampa bay, Cocktails X Couture kicked off a spectacle for all senses and sensibilities.
Rion Sabean explains why marriage equality finally coming to Florida has impacted his life, and why it should mean something to you.