Jeanne and Kevin Milkey at the Dr. G. Carter Woodson African American Museum.

G is for Giving: Helping fight hunger and fund education

This year’s A to Z Issue celebrates people and businesses who have been successfully riding the turbulent waves of change and offering service and hope to the community at large. The print edition will be out in mid-July, but we’re teasing the content online, one letter at a time.  Crises raise consciousness — and funds. The […]

Driving Force: RV One's Don Strollo talks about the importance of giving back

Family is a subject that comes up a lot when you talk to Don Strollo.  And no wonder. He and his brothers, Matt and Mark Strollo, grew up in the family’s recreational vehicle business, which their father founded in 1984 in Albany, New York. After their parents’ retirement, Don bought the business and expanded into […]

Scholars with Jane Bunker’s painting “Stargazer.”

Painter Jane Bunker's crusade to help African-American scholars continues — with a few changes

NOTE: A version of this story appears in the print and digital editions of the Spring 2020 issue of duPont REGISTRY Tampa Bay, which went to press before the COVID-19 outbreak. The dates and other plans mentioned in that version of the story have since changed; the following contains updated information. Let’s see. What would […]