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Outdoor Escapes in St. Pete/Clearwater, Florida

With 35 miles of beaches to choose from, you’d be forgiven for thinking St. Pete/Clearwater is just a place to spend a day on the beach. But look beyond the more well-know beach hangs and there is a wealth of outdoor...

Best Hidden Gems in St. Pete/Clearwater, Florida

There are the classic must-see places – Clearwater Beach and St. Pete Beach, John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk, Central Ave. – and then there are the lesser-known spots in St. Pete/Clearwater, Florida. What most people don’t know about this Gulf Coast...

Central Avenue in St. Pete/Clearwater from Sunrise to Sunset

At its simplest, Central Avenue is the beating heart of St. Pete’s downtown. This walkable avenue is packed with chef-led restaurants pushing the culinary scene to glass blowers making a name for themselves as part of Florida’s “Glass Coast” and one-of-a-kind...

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Love Boat (Episode 107)

Life's Rewards - Love Boat (Episode 107) Dan discovers pregnant Maria crying over her wedding plans and enlists hotel staff - and the rest of his cash - to rescue the nuptials The event takes an unexpected turn while crossing the Tampa...

Red Card (Episode 106)

Life's Rewards - Red Card (Episode 106) After Dan apologizes to his estranged brother, Paul hits him up for babysitting his precocious niece and nephew. Dan’s childish prank at a Tampa Bay Rowdies’ soccer game results in panic and payback.

Even Playboys Get the Blues (Episode 105)

Life's Rewards - Even Playboys Get the Blues (Episode 105) Dan and Jared’s friendship continues to grow as Jared properly introduces Dan to the Blues. Listening to a local singer, Dan learns about Jared’s war experience. Leaning into his depression, Dan inventories...

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