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The Good Life: Penny Preville and LV by The Pool (PHOTOS)

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The Good Life: Gucci and Frederique Constant Watches (PHOTOS)

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The Good Life: Visit Tampa Bay’s Monopoly game (PHOTOS)

MONOPOLY: Tampa Edition Does mom love Tampa Bay and games? The MONOPOLY: Tampa Edition, released by Visit Tampa Bay, allows players to buy, and trade, landmarks like the Tampa Riverwalk, Busch

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The Good Life: Galeon Yachts, Hublot and more (PHOTOS)

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Cary Street Partners ‘plants its flag’ in Tampa with a new office and three seasoned Tampa Bay financial advisors

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Great Places and Spaces: Gas Plant District redevelopment (RENDERINGS)

The Tampa Bay Rays and Hines revealed new renderings of the Gas Plant District redevelopment including visions for an activated Booker Creek, Class A office space and an art installation. 

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Savor the Flavors of Sal Y Mar in Midtown Tampa (PHOTOS)

As the spotlight shines brightly on the new construction, and expansion, surrounding Water Street in the local market, the Midtown Tampa development has quietly emerged as a contender in the

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Puppy Yuppies: Pampering your pet

When the world seemingly shut down, during the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing individuals into their homes and away from social settings, Zoom wasn’t the only thing to explode. Lacking human interaction,

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