Tuesday, February 20, 2024

Quickie - Jessica Rose Powell

Ybor Paparazzi

Jodi, Wayne and Glen

St.Petersburg, Florida - Exploring Homeless Camps 2024

What Stogie Had For Lunch

NY, NY Pizza - Ybor City

Sara Diamond - Sunday

Ybor Life

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The Florida GOP Responds to Low Morale at the Happiest Place on Earth

Tampa Hoods: Ybor City

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Hospital patient dumping continues in Lakeland

Support The Merchants Of Ybor

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Ron DeSantis Gets Completely Humiliated By Activist's Question At Press Conference

Trump says he’ll debate Biden as many times as necessary: ‘We have an obligation’

Former President Trump said Tuesday he’s willing to hold as many debates as necessary with President Biden, saying there’s “an obligation” for the two to debate.....Read More

Meet Mariana Da Silva, the writer and director behind the Actors' Gang new play "Ybor City"

Feds deliver stark warnings to state election officials ahead of November

Federal law enforcement and cybersecurity officials are warning the nation’s state election administrators that they face serious threats ahead of November’s presidential election.

Secretaries of state and state election directors must be ready for potential cyberattacks, both familiar and uncomfortably new, according to the feds. And they must remain vigilant about possible threats to their personal safety.

THIS State's Supreme Court Has Ruled Frozen Embryos Are 'Children'

The Alabama Supreme ruled that that frozen embryos are children. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian discuss on The Young Turks.

The Second Annual Black Art Gala

Black Art Gala
Ferguson Hall

Sunday, February 26, 2024: 7:00 PM

Tickets HERE

It’s the second gala celebrating the work of Black artists in the Tampa Bay area. Both were organized by Justin Gray, who has helped coordinate a number of events at the Straz.....Read More

Monday, February 19, 2024

Tampa Hoods: Ybor City

Old guy had to much Guiness to drink

"Explosive Outburst: Matt Gaetz's Career in Congress Implodes After Costly Misstep"

Ybor Paparazzi


Sara Diamond - Baby

Matt Gaetz said no need for a runoff, he’s not running for Governor

U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz said he’s not running for Governor. He posted an announcement on social media the day Florida state lawmakers unrolled a runoff proposal seen by some as a move to hurt his chances.....Read More

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Right Wing Donors Abandon The 'Gaetz Eight' Who Ousted Kevin McCarthy

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Living in Tampa Florida: comprehensive guide, tips

UN experts condemn ‘credible’ reports of executions, sexual assault by Israeli soldiers

A group of United Nations human rights experts denounced the Israeli military on Monday for “credible” allegations of execution and sexual assault against Palestinians in Gaza.

The independent experts affiliated with the U.N. Human Rights Council said the allegations constitute “egregious human rights violations,” adding to criticisms of the Israeli war effort in Gaza as its military reportedly prepares a ground invasion of Rafah.

Israel sets Ramadan deadline for feared Rafah invasion

Israeli officials appear to have set a deadline to invade the southern Gaza city of Rafah — the largest refugee camp in the coastal territory — for the Muslim holy day of Ramadan on March 10.

Benny Gantz, a member of the Israeli war Cabinet, delivered an ultimatum at a Sunday event with the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, an umbrella group for the American Jewish community.

“The world must know — and Hamas leaders must know — that if by Ramadan the hostages are not home, then the fighting will continue, including in Rafah,” Gantz said at the event.

Downtown River Arts - Keys in the Park: A Melodic Duel

Keys in the Park
A Melodic Duel
Friday March 15: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Keys in the Park is a quarterly program that will take place at the Square in Lykes Gaslight Park to service the Downtown River Arts Neighborhood in Tampa’s Downtown.

Join us for an unforgettable evening of musical magic at "Keys in the Park: A Melodic Duel" happening in the heart of Tampa's Downtown! Experience the thrill of dueling pianos as talented musicians go head-to-head, tickling the ivories and playing your favorite songs. Set against the stunning backdrop of our city's vibrant downtown, this lively event is perfect for music lovers of all ages. So grab a blanket, bring your friends and family, and immerse yourself in an evening filled with laughter, creativity, and the joy of live music. Get ready to tap your feet, sing along, and create cherished memories at "Keys in the Park: A Melodic Duel"!

Advocates call on Biden to meet with congressional leaders on racial justice initiatives

A host of racial justice organizations is teaming up with Democrats in sending an open letter to President Biden demanding the White House help advance racial equity bills.....Read More

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BEWARE: Why Trump is now a danger to national security

Even if Donald Trump is not re-elected to the presidency, there is now cause for grave concern for the security of the United States.

Trump has more reason than before to put the United States at risk for his own gain, his former fixer Michael Cohen is warning. Trump is about to find himself incredibly short on cash, and his ex-attorney is afraid he’ll see this as an impetus to sell U.S. defense information or other national security data to hostile entities.