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Danny Wimmer Presents Announces the New “Epicenter Festival” in North Carolina

  Epicenter Festival–a new 3-day destination music experience from premier independent U.S. music festival producer Danny Wimmer Presents–will debut in the heart of the Mid-Atlantic region, at the newly created Rockingham Festival Grounds in Richmond County, North Carolina on Friday, May 10, Saturday, May 11 and Sunday, May 12, 2019.   Epicenter Festival replaces Carolina […]

Wilcox and McGee First Teamers

The USF football team saw three players earn all-conference recognition Wednesday, including a pair returners and Bay Area natives, when the American Athletic Conference announced postseason honors as voted on by the conference’s head coaches.   Junior tight end Mitchell Wilcox (Tarpon Springs) earned first team all-conference honors, marking the second all-conference selection of his career after […]

Shamrocks in Oldsmar

Oldsmar, Fla.–Head coach Steve Dickenson addresses the Toronto Shamrocks at the end of the first period of their game against the Brandon Ice Blades  at the Tampa Bay Skating Academy in Oldsmar, Fl.      The Shamrocks which are out of the Chesswood Arena in Toronto are part of a tournament of 46 teams, eight […]

Bulls and Knights both Lose

Tampa, Fla. — It was the same old song and dance on Friday as the UCF Knights earned their 24th straight win, completing the team’s second consecutive undefeated regular season with a 38-10 victory over USF. “We’re not a very good football team,” Charlie Strong said. “You look at us and we’re very fortunate to […]

Parents in a Jam

This is just part of the parents traffic waiting to pick up their children at the Garrison-Jones Elementary School in Dunedin.  This problem will get even worse when the two parking lots at the Louis Vaneck Recreational Complex are closed down because the City of Dunedin Mayor and Commissioners gave the complex to the Toronto […]

Lightning Strikes Oilers Early

On a night where the NHL united in solidarity for their Hockey Fights Cancer initiative, the Bolts were able to return to Tampa and gather their 11th win of the season with a 5-2 victory over superstar Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers. “You have to have that quiet confidence that if you play the […]

Bulls Get Washed Away by The Green Wave

Article by USF Athletics TAMPA, NOV. 3, 2018 – USF dropped consecutive conference games for the first time since the end of the 2014 season with a 41-15 setback against Tulane on Saturday at Raymond James Stadium. Tulane (4-5, 3-2 in AAC) took control of the game with 34 straight points after USF (7-2, 3-2 […]

Dunedin Tree Car

It appears that when a tree grows in Brooklyn it also grows in Dunedin.  The abandoned car parked for the past three years at the Englebert Complex in Dunedin now appears to have a friend, a tree growing up against its front bumper.  This parking lot is used by the Toronto Blue Jays and its […]

An Ugly Win is Better than a Pretty Loss

Tampa, Fla. – If you were hoping for USF to finally return to form and steamroll UConn – the nation’s worst defense – on Saturday night, then I sure hope you didn’t tune in to the Bulls’ 38-30 victory over the Huskies. UConn opened the scoring early when RB Kevin Mensah punched in a 10-yard […]

Juan’s Kid – Marvin

CLEARWATER, FLA. –Marvin Guzman son of former Toronto Blue Jays hurler Juan Guzman is pitching for the Seminole State Raiders.  Shown here pitching against the St. Petersburg College Titans on Friday at Jack Russell Memorial Stadium in Clearwater. EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO