Pinellas County,

Red tide on Pinellas Beaches

High concentrations of red tide were detected today along the Pinellas County coastline from Indian Shores down to Pass-A-Grille. Despite the conditions, beachgoers really made the best of it today. FOX 13's Justin Matthews reports.
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New Port Richey,

No Red Tide Here: Water Adventure In New Port Richey

Head to New Port Richey and check out Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park. 4,000 Acres and 4 miles of pristine mangrove lined Gulf Of Mexico coastline. Found some friendly folks insde the park. You can paddle to the Springs, or to the Stilt Houses in the Gulf. Or, both. Meet...
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Pinellas County,

High concentrations of red is not turning away beachgoers

MADEIRA BEACH, Fla. - The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission detected high levels of karenia brevis (red tide) from Indian Shores to Pass-A-Grille, and low to medium levels in other Pinellas County beaches. The county sent out a reminder on Friday about the ongoing health alert for respiratory irritation...
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Where's Jubes Coming Soon to Downtown St. Pete

Beer aficionados and downtown revelers will have a new Australian Brewpub to experience late this summer. The new concept, “Where’s Jubes” Aussie Brewpub & Grill is midway through construction with anticipation of opening doors in late August. The brewpub is located at 277 Central Ave, St. Petersburg, FL 33701.
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Free Attraction in St. Pete | Things to do in St. Petersburg Florida on a Budget | Kopsick Arboretum

Many people don't realize that there is a beautiful and FREE 2-acre arboretum near downtown St. Pete. In this video, we take you along with us as we tour this amazing St Petersburg FL attraction. The free Gizella Kopsick Arboretum offers a collection of over 500 palms and cycads representing over 150 species. It is located in North Shore Park along Tampa Bay in St. Pete. We hope this video will help you to experience the beauty of the Gizella Kopsick Arboretum, and maybe even plan your own visit. More information on the park can be found here: <a href=""></a>/ For more Florida travel ideas and tips be sure to follow our channel. -- Music Credit: Scandinavianz -Journey <a href=""></a> Music promoted by <a href=""></a> Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License <a href=""></a>
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3 Amazing Food Truck Spots in Tampa

Tacos Las Californias is a California-Mexican Style Food truck specializing in all of your favorite Mexican street items such as tacos, burritos, loaded fries, and quesabirrias!!. Located out on N. Armenia, this food truck is a permanent spot that you will always know where to find. On the menu they have a bit of everything:
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3 Places to get the Best Thai Fried Rice in Tampa

As you probably can tell, I love Thai restaurants, especially their fried rice. Slightly different than traditional Chinese Fried Rice which uses soy sauce and white long/medium grain rice, the Thai restaurants use the longer Jasmine rice grain and are often flavored with fish sauce and oyster sauce. Similarly, though they are always spiced with onion, garlic, and green onion for the perfect Asian trinity of flavor. There are tons of good Thai restaurants here in Tampa bay but here are 3 of my favorites for fried rice specifically. They have huge menus so don't be afraid to order some other entrees as well and share with the whole family.

Here’s the dogs available for adoption in Tampa

TAMPA, Fla. (Stacker) — When looking at the makeup of American families today, it’s rare to see a home where a pet isn’t part of the family. According to the most recent data from the APPA National Pet Owners Survey, 67% of households—or around 85 million homes—own a pet. Of these households, dogs and cats top the list of most popular pets, with 63.4 million and 42.7 million households owning dogs and cats, respectively.
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Skipper's Smokehouse Tampa's Iconic Live Music Venue

Skipper's SmokehousePhoto Source: Skipper's Smokehouse Facebook. Skipper's Smokehouse is an iconic live music venue located in the heart of Tampa, Florida. This 5-star smokehouse is known for its fantastic food and lively atmosphere and its diversity of music. Established in 1980, the origin of Skipper's is rich in history and delicious seafood. I think I'll have a double dose of both.
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Restaurants to get Quesabirria Tacos in Tampa

The quesabirria is all the rage right now. Birrias originated in Mexico as "street food" but soon became the hot trendy menu items for all Taco places, a foodie's dream. Two tortillas are dipped into a beef broth consome before they are fried on the grill. As the tortillas are sizzling on the grill, they are then loaded with cheese and shredded beef (birria) and then a little cilantro and onion to top it off. They are served with a side of the same consome that you can dip your tacos in for a little extra flavor before digging in. The quesabirria tacos were originally served with goat meat but they have expanded into all of the classic taco fillings including pollo, carne asada, pork, and even sometimes fried fish. If you're drooling right now then keep reading because I have the best places in Tampa for you.

Shaq Performing Saturday at WTR in Tampa

What’s up doc, can we rock? It looks like Diesel aka Shaquille O’Neal will be spinning at WTR Pool and Grill, Tampa’s ultimate seaside retreat. Overlooking beautiful Tampa Bay, WTR provides guests with a memorable experience of poolside luxury and fun. For Tables and Cabana Reservations : 813-265-1234 / TEXT...

Journeys of Discovery: Life saving Paws for Patriots

Correspondent Tom Wilmer reports from Tampa, Florida where he learns about the life-saving mission of Southeastern Guide Dogs and their adjunct Paws for Patriots. Bobby Newman, owner of J.C. Newman Cigar Company in Ybor City, and board member of Southeastern Guide Dogs, shares fascinating insights with Wilmer and Tampa Bay Economic Development Council representative, Laura Fontanills about the two-year process of training guide dogs.