- The Tampa Natives Show
- Video recordings.
- video recording
- Video recordings
- University of South Florida Libraries -- Digital Collections
- Physical Description
- 1 online resource : illustrations ;
- Subjects / Keywords
- Manners and customs
- Tampa (Fla.)
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The Tampa Natives Show
The Tampa Natives Show has been capturing the imagination of its many fans and viewers from its inception. What began as a warm and inviting trip down memory lane, has evolved into a historic preservation project.
Hosted each week by Mario Núñez, Sally Núñez, and Steve Cannella, The Tampa Natives Show broadcasts LIVE, viewable on television and the Internet. The show is interactive with its many viewers. It displays photographs and videos, capturing oral history via caller questions and commentaries.
The format is simple, authentic and wondrously received. Tampa's little known history comes alive each week. It's recorded into perpetuity and preserved for posterity. It’s like opening the proverbial "treasure chest" each week.
It's been said that; "Everyone dies twice. Once when you die, and again when the last person says your name." The Tampa Natives Show hosts committed to keeping Tampa's history alive. Join us for what has become the unique experience of a lifetime.
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