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‘Holding their breath’: Piney Point spill sparks red tide concerns, POLITICO

Florida’s billion-dollar fishing industry struggles after Hurricane Ian, POLITICO Pro

The Science of Hunting TraditionsField & Stream

South Africa’s sex education aims to reduce gender-based violence, Medill News Service

Egg quality: It’s no yolk, Medill News Service

Tampa deli owner, adopted at birth, discovers five siblings at age 53, Tampa Bay Times

Field & Stream

The Science of Hunting Traditions

A Father and Daughter Reunite for Their First Hunt in Nearly a Decade

5280 Magazine

Ice Diving Might Be Colorado’s Chilliest Sport

How to Get Hooked on Ice Fishing This Winter

How 2020 Has Affected the Way We Manage Relationships


‘Holding their breath’: Piney Point spill sparks red tide concerns

How the pandemic upended Florida’s seafood industry

Biden asks food makers to crack down on salt

Local News Initiative

How Newsrooms Are Building Better Paywalls

Daily Yonder Seeks to Cover Rural America Without Stereotyping It

How Covid-19 Has Changed Beat Reporting

Reporters Navigate Remote-Work Challenges During Pandemic

Beyond Diversity: Journalists Say Ultimate Goal Is Inclusivity

Chicago Becomes a Hotbed for News Collaboration Rather Than Competition

Sex education at Albany area schools remains an ongoing conversation

Medill Reports

Community Drives Three Independent Bookstores to Thrive Despite Digital-Heavy Environment

Egg quality: It’s no yolk

Advice you didn’t know you needed from a sex therapist in the #MeToo era

Ernest in our time: The Hemingway Birthplace Museum and the woman aiding its growth

The 1619 Project curriculum taught in over 4,500 schools — Frederick County Public Schools has the option

Education Week

Pre-Course Prep for Online Learning Yields Few Benefits, Study Finds

Congress Heightens Emphasis on K-12 Cybersecurity During COVID-19

School Districts’ Reopening Plans: A Snapshot

Reopening Schools: Here Are Some Districts’ Plans for the Fall

Tampa Bay Times

Tampa deli owner, adopted at birth, discovers five siblings at age 53

Congress seeks relief for Florida’s struggling agriculture industry

Congress moves to make monkey trading illegal across state borders

New Hyde Park Village taking shape with a year of barricades and dust ahead

Online is where to contribute when Give Day Tampa Bay returns May 2

Tampa seminar modeled on child-abuse prevention gathering 40 years ago

It’s up to Rick Scott now: Should local governments be allowed to regulate Uber?

Piquant owners close Hyde Park site but plan to keep baking those French pastries

Hillsborough giving away mosquito fish Saturday to fight pesky insects

UT starts work on six-story academic building, its biggest

Back-to-back fires require razing 1904 Ybor City building, owner says

Second fire in a week at vacant gay bathhouse in Ybor

Tampa police credit community involvement with decline in 2016 crime

Closing Davis Beach at night scatters car lovers, but has it cut street racing?

Tampa police to partner in crime-fighting with neighborhood network Nextdoor

FBI points to right path through junior agent program at Madison Middle

83 Degrees Media

Placemaking in Tampa: The Hall on Franklin opens to rave reviews, big crowds

Transformational change underway in North Hyde Park, West Tampa


The Spirit and Beauty of St. John Beckons

Look Who’s 40! Check Out the Scarfone/Hartley Anniversary Show

Exuberance, Color, Joy… The LoveLife Exhibition

Meet the ‘Wiz’ Who Painted the Yellow Brick Row Mural

Join the Cult… of Classic Cinema Lovers

Artist Profile: Tara Zanzig

The Minaret, The University of Tampa’s student newspaper

Potential Ban on Uber and Lyft in Tampa

Transportation Commission Head Found Working with Cab Companies

Flakka: A New Synthetic Drug on the Rise

Public Health Majors Work on $23.5 Million Grant

Fall Season Prompts Homesickness

Misconceptions Paint a Dim Perception of Ybor

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