Baseball, Bourbon and Cigars event to feature Lou Piniella and Wade Boggs

The Florida Sports Hall of Fame and the Tampa Baseball Museum at the Al Lopez House are partnering to present an evening celebrating Tampa’s history and featuring baseball legends, cigar rollers, Latin cuisine and entertainment The first-ever Baseball, Bourbon and Cigars will be held Friday, March 25 at the Garden of the Ybor City Museum

One Liners Pinellas: John Hopkins Medicine, Minor League Baseball and more

► St. Pete’s Development Review Commission approved plans for a mixed-use development planned at 4311 34th Street South, in the Skyway Marina District, which includes a multifamily building, a self-storage facility a food bank and a restaurant. (Rendering above) ► Broker Scott Clendening of Commercial Partners Realty represented BridgePoint Church in the sale of an

Dunedin’s business owners gleeful over baseball’s return

A group of Atlanta Braves fans, sporting the team’s jerseys and caps, were walking along Dunedin’s Douglas Avenue about two hours before their team played the Toronto Blue Jays. One of the fans was overheard saying that he arrived from North Port, home of the Braves’ spring training complex, and was looking forward to spending

2020: The year without sports

This sports year has been memorable for a few things that have taken place, like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signing Tom Brady. That truly was a landmark moment and not only for the franchise, but all of sports. After all, the quarterback has a record of six Super Bowl rings. This sports year will also