The Carrollwood Cultural Center will present “Telephone,” a screendance documentary that highlights the important art form of audio description for dance.
Audiences won’t be able to resist jumping up and dancing to the rhythm and music as Compañía Irene Rodríguez takes the stage at Carrollwood Cultural Center this weekend.
This holiday season, Carrollwood neighbors are spreading joy by putting out their Christmas lights. Driving by these homes while listening to Christmas music to see these cheery displays can be an uplifting way to spend the holidays.
The ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is here to tell you that the Carrollwood Players is bringing back everyone’s favorite classic Christmas story to the stage this month.
TAMPA — Hillsborough County commissioners resolved a years-long dispute with the Bearss Groves produce stand Thursday, agreeing to a revised zoning designation to allow the retail agricultural store to continue operating.
CARROLLWOOD — A world-renowned musician will be hosting a public workshop before his performance at the Carrollwood Cultural Center this month.
TAMPA — On Oct. 21, at least two lives were forever changed, and a milestone was recognized, as the 100,000th pet since 2012 was adopted out of the Michael S. Merrill Pet Resource Center.
Perched high atop a throne of hay, 969 pounds of gigantic gourd gleam under the Florida sun. In the weeks leading up to Halloween, hoards of autumn lovers are expected to make the pilgrimage here to admire “Florida’s largest pumpkin.” At least, that’s the title the social media person at Bea…
The public is invited to celebrate Carrollwood Village’s 50th anniversary during its Fall Fest on Saturday, Oct. 22, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Road, Tampa.
There are countless benefits to taking up gardening and more Hillsborough County residents are seeing improvements for their mental health as well.
In school, musician Daniel Kelly chased his passion for composing and playing music. Today, he tours around the world, evoking a range of emotions with his concerts.
Entering the Halloween season, there are spooktacular events around every corner, and this year the Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation brings back a favorite activity that includes fun for your doggy companion as well.
TAMPA - Tampa VA Main Hospital Specialty Clinics, Outpatient Clinics, and Services, to include COVID-19 drive-thru vaccinations, will be closed or suspended in advance of Hurricane Ian Wednesday, September 28, and Thursday, September 29.
CARROLLWOOD – Due to storm preparations for the oncoming Hurricane Ian, the Carrollwood Cultural Center will be closed through Thursday. A decision for Friday will be made later in the week.
CARROLLWOOD — The Carrollwood Village homeowner associations will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its community during the inaugural Fall Fest outdoor community event Oct. 22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Carrollwood Cultural Center.
New events coming to the Carrollwood Cultural Center will highlight Blind Awareness Month in October and enhance the experience for those blind and visually impaired.
Judging by the first round of feedback for a study of school boundaries, Hillsborough County parents and homeowners are opposed to sweeping changes.
There’s a certain ‘Welcome (I wish this was my) home’ feel that comes with walking into Picture Perfect Kitchen Designs’ new Carrollwood storefront.
TAMPA — The Carrollwood Cultural Center will offer audio description of all Center-produced theatrical performances starting with opening night of the musical “First Date” on Sept. 16.
Reducing patients’ pain and discomfort will always be goal No. 1 at St. John-Clark Pain Treatment Center, but helping reduce a little vehicular frustration has been satisfying, as well, said Kelly Dobson.
At one Tampa church, pets are part of the family. The third Sunday of each month is a Pet-Friendly Sunday at St. Clement’s Episcopal Church at 706 W. 113th Ave. All people and pets are welcome to attend the 8 and 10 a.m. services, where pets receive blessings — and treats. On Aug. 21, the ch…
The nine-month whirlwind that is the school year began last week. Prior to Wednesday’s first day of class, however, a group of local business owners took a moment to appreciate those who will be teaching the youth of the community.