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#BikeYourBucketList – Visit An Ice Cream Parlor

Is there anything better on a hot summer’s day than a towering cone of ice cream? Sure, most of it ends up dripping down your arm, but that’s part of the fun. When it comes to ice-cream, there are two types of people: the ones who stick to the classics (soft serve vanilla in a • Read More »


Tampa’s First Street Mural Completed

Friends and neighbors congregated in Seminole Heights on Saturday to complete Tampa’s first street mural. The community received approval from the City of Tampa to paint the intersection of North River Boulevard and West Louisiana Avenue in 2016, in the hope it would act as a traffic calming measure as well as creating a unique • Read More »


Cycling Through History: Tampa’s Archives Awareness Week

The City of Tampa is celebrating Archives Awareness Week with exhibits taking place at local archives throughout the week of July 9, 2017 – 15, 2017 (also the city’s 130th birthday). As well as a busy program of events, some 30,000 photos of daily life have been made available to the public for the first • Read More »


#BikeYourBucketList – How will you spend 74 days of summer?

What are some of your favorite memories of summers past? Sand-between-your-toes, huge slabs of watermelon in picnic baskets, strawberry-flavored ice-cream, fireworks, barbeques and balmy evening bike rides with friends? Every year we vow to make the most of the season and every year the seemingly endless summer days slip away that little bit faster. This • Read More »


10 Tampa Bay Events To Coast To In July

Thursday, July 6 – Tampa Bay Rays VS Red Sox in St. Pete. Nothing says summer like a hot dog at the ballpark. Tickets for this game include a discounted seat in the lower level with $5 from each ticket donated to The Florida Holocaust Museum. Saturday July 8 – Second Saturday Art Walk in • Read More »


5 Father’s Day Gifts For The Tampa Bay Dad

Still shopping for Father’s Day? No guilt trips here. Thankfully, there are a few days left to stock up on thoughtful gifts from local businesses. Buy something Dad will love, and support the community’s economy while you’re at it. Epicurean Hotel Spa Dads need pampering too. Treat them to the Hot Whisky Scour massage at • Read More »


New Restaurant Round-Up: 6 New Restaurants Opening in Tampa

Foodie? You’re in luck, with six new restaurants poised to open within biking distance of Downtown Tampa. Burgerim Ever get stuck on which burger to order from the menu? No longer. Burgerim, opening at 800 N Franklin St in Tampa in July, will offer diners a selection of customizable mini burgers. Try a duo, trio • Read More »


The World’s Largest Free LEGO Exhibition Coming To Tampa

Last year the Vinik Family Foundation brought us The Beach at Amalie Arena, a free immersive art installation featuring a 10,000 square foot, beach with an ‘ocean’ of 1.2 million recyclable white balls. This summer, thanks to the Foundation, guests can experience another free exhibition – The Art of the Brick – the world’s largest • Read More »


100,000 trips, and rolling! 

You all pedaled your way to the major milestone, crossing 100,000 trips, Friday afternoon with a ride from Curtis Hixon Park to  MacDill Park in Tampa. This comes just two days after the City of Tampa was designated a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists. Coast reached the 100,000 mile • Read More »


Coast’n Design Week in Channelside

It’s fall in Tampa, and that means it’s time for one of the more creative, week-long events, Tampa Bay Design Week! In its third year, Design Week “brings designers, enthusiasts, leaders, and citizens together to celebrate and explore how design improves the quality of our lives and our community.” In an effort to promote commuter • Read More »