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Patrick Sidwell

City Editor

Patrick is from London and traveled across the pond to Tampa several years ago. He went to the University of South Florida before working in radio news for iHeartMedia. You can find him at live events with a plate of good food, or exploring with his dogs, Arthur and Walter.

National Safe Boating Weeks runs Saturday, May 18 through Friday, May 24.
Adam Goldberg lunched AGoldPhoto Pet Photography in 2016.
It can be hard to get enough time off for a trip to Italy, but a new Tampa spot just made it easier.
The hotel is part of the quaint seaside city’s ongoing makeover.
We’re celebrating National Photography Month in TBAY style.
The food hall is set to open later this year.
It’s been 45 years since the Tampa Bay area experienced one of its worst ever storms.
The mayor spoke at this year’s event, and offered insight into the current + future landscape of our home.
Here’s a quick update on a vacant Snell Isle lot, new condos, and a for-sale B&B.
Make the most of (or just survive) the warm weather with this list of the best local events and activities happening this summer in Cowtown.
The annual event gives us all a chance to celebrate the small businesses that serve the Tampa Bay area.
Owners just released the game plan for the swanky neighborhood’s future.
Phoenix Rising is set to open at some point in 2024.
Both Tampa and St. Pete have seen average home prices double in recent years, according to a recent report.
It’s time to Be The Thunder.
Whether you want to pick up new plants for your garden or enjoy nature’s beauty, we’ve got you covered.
We’re dreaming of those Beaver Nuggets.
Zoo Tampa and Busch Gardens have both got some new (and cute) faces.
The Dalí Museum has launched an artificial intelligence-driven way to speak with the legendary figure.
Following the roaring progress of the 1920s, life in TBAY was not as rosy in the succeeding decade. We did some research.
It’s hard to keep up with all the food and restaurant news in our area. We’re here to help.
The Bulls are making progress in the ~$340 million project.
The county is here to help you fill in that summer calendar.
The area’s roads are often covered in water after heavy rainfall.
There won’t be another total eclipse in North America until 2033.
Not following the rules could result in fines, and a financial reward system is also in place.
Mayor Ken Welch gave the Burg’s first “State of the Economy” presentation since 2021.
The state-of-the-art facilities are set to help the aquarium’s conservation efforts.
A trio of Cigar City areas featured on the list by Niche.
The new structure is designed to save money, help efficiency, improve sustainability, and enhance safety.