Sunday May 12
A look back at the musical background of Brad Davis - part 1
When you go see your favorite local band performing at a bar or venue on the weekend, or buy a cd from your favorite local band, how much do you know about the musicians? Do you know how extensive their musical background is? The fact is, the Tampa Bay Music Scene is home to countless musicians who have devoted their entire life to a career in the ... (more)
Florida's Dali Museum celebrating artist's 109th birth anniversary
PanARMENIAN.Net - One by one, on a small stage in a room overlooking an elaborate garden and the bay beyond it, 80 people are taking turns reading excerpts from "The Secret Life of Salvador Dali," the artist's autobiography, in 15-minute increments, The Tampa Tribune said.
NACAC reports over 240 colleges still accepting applications for the fall
Back by popular demand, the National Association for College Admission Counseling annual "Space Availability Survey: Openings for Qualified Students" is now available.
The Hartford Courant
Reader Submitted: Five Teens Earn Eagle Scout Honors In Old Saybrook
Troop 51 in Old Saybrook has five new Eagle Scouts, who received Scouting's highest honor during a Court of Honor ceremony on April 6 at the First Church of Christ .
Catching fish 'bonus' on special excursion
Nearly 10 years ago, Eric Plage decided to attend St. Petersburg's Eckerd College because he had an interest in the marine environment.
Lancaster: Tyler Muryn, 4.0, mathematics major. Stoutsville: Bailey Harrow, 4.0, strength and conditioning major.
Preps Q & A: Softball a lifelong passion for Viera High senior
Viera High School senior Kaylee Nutting now has a spot on the Division II Eckerd College softball team, but her path there was somewhat unusual.
Tampa Bay Newspapers
Eckerd College appoints new female dean
Eckerd President Dr. Donald R. Eastman III announced April 23 the appointment of Professor Suzan Harrison, a 1978 alumna of the College, as the new Dean of Faculty and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Eckerd College.
Karma chameleons: What happens when Buddhists go to war
For Thailand's Queen Sikrisit, the 2007 attack on a minibus in southern Thailand's Yala province -- in which suspected Muslim militants shot eight Buddhists through the head in broad daylight -- was simply further proof of what she'd been saying for more than three years.
St. Petersburg Times
SPC offers summer camps; Eckerd College has new dean
St. Petersburg College and its community partners are hosting more than a dozen summer camps and programs for elementary, middle and high school students.