For more than 146 years, news has flowed to the journalists at The Florida Times-Union, who combined it first into a daily paper and ultimately into a website full of articles. The paper reports international news, as it has since it followed the trial of a handful of Irish revolutionaries in 1883. It also covers sports, entertainment, and money, with portions of the digital content devoted to videos and classifieds.
The Miami Herald has won 20 Pulitzer Prizes, the most recent awarded for Patrick Farrell's news photography. A team of more than 800 employees ensures that news is collected, prepared, and delivered fresh at its optimal serving temperature of 87ºF. Get impartial views about the sports teams you own from popular columnists such as Greg Cote, or follow award-winning writers such as Dave Barry and Carl Hiaasen.
Feet First is a specialty shop dedicated to running and walking?that?s why rows of athletic shoes line its walls. Working under this niche?s umbrella, the staff tends to a selection of shoes, athletic apparel, and accessories from brands such as Asics, Merrell, New Balance, and Nike. Customers can visit the Tampa or St. Petersburg location and peruse insoles and socks that are designed to help reduce the wear and tear on both human and shoe heels.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Free street parking
Reservations/Appointments: Not offered
Good for Kids: No
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
Most popular offering: E-cig starter kits and e-juice
Pro Tip: Come try any of the more than 300 flavors and 15 brands of e-juice at our tasting bar.
What sets your business apart from your competition?
We have a large selection of electronic cigarettes, vaporizers, hardware, e-juice and accessories. We also have a full tasting bar which allows for customers to try everything we sell.
What was the inspiration for starting this business?
We noticed that electronic cigarette popularity has been increasing, and that they may be safer and healthier that traditional cigarettes.
What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer?
Thank you for helping me quit smoking.
Armed with high-quality photo paper and photo-finishing equipment, Harmon Photo's staff transforms digital photos into tangible keepsakes. Memory-card images enter the real world in forms including standard 4"x6" prints, massive 40"x60" canvases, and plush pillows. Conversely, non-digital items—such as photos, drawings, and degrees—hop into a flatbed scanner to enter cyberspace, where they can be resized, restored, and emailed. Upon request, technicians enhance photos by adjusting color and brightness and cropping out cousins who turned out to just be escaped orangutans.