December 13, 2020
East Tampa Fights to Maintain Its Identity
Gentrification brings in money and development to a previously depressed area, but its long-term residents struggle to keep their established community and culture.
November 3, 2020
20 Years Later, Florida Has Its Voting Act Together
Early voting options helped reduce Election Day lines. A ballot measure passes to raise the minimum wage despite low media coverage.
October 5, 2020
This School Won’t Be Slowed by COVID-19
Community continues rooting for local high school in the midst of changes due to pandemic, giving consistency, support, and a haven.
September 28, 2020
Friday Night Lights in Tampa: Something Familiar in a World of Different
“The players look up and see empty stands, no cheerleaders, no band. It’s just weird.”