The Tampa Bay area has a number of wonderful places to choose from where you can get away from it all and lose yourself in your favorite book and get your caffeine fix at the same time.
Reading is a pleasurable solo experience, but you can get even more out of what you read by joining a book club. Check out some of these popular Bay Area reading groups to find your next favorite book and meet some new friends.
Plenty of Tampa Bay businesses have been reaching out to local artists, and plenty of Tampa Bay artists have found a home with a local business. This article features just a few of the businesses with mind-blowing art galleries.
There are plenty of local resources to help you on your journey of becoming a writer.
Tampa Bay boasts some very talented and accomplished authors of children’s literature, fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Keep reading to discover some of Tampa’s most celebrated authors.
In Tampa Bay, you can have both, by visiting these charming community-centered book shops. Whether you prefer your books with a side of freshly brewed coffee or fresh conversation, these bookstores offer unique and enjoyable experiences for lovers of the written word.
History is more than just names and dates, and studying it doesn’t have to be boring. Check out some of these incredible living history sites right in the Tampa Bay area.
Whether you are an experienced knitter or thinking about taking up knitting as a new hobby, any of these Tampa-area stores can help you find what you need.
You don’t have to burn up your credit card to invest in original works of art. Read on to find out where to find local art at affordable prices.
In 1990, President George H.W. Bush approved the designation of the month of November as Native American Heritage Month. Whether or not you are a descendent of a Native American tribe, you can still participate in the celebration of their history and culture. The Tampa area has plenty of things to do if you like going out, and plenty of books to read and movies to watch if you like staying in.
The Boss is coming back to the Bay in a few weeks, so we thought we’d flash back to Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band’s performance at Super Bowl XLIII.