Author Archives: Rob Woithe (Photography Editor)

Tampa Helicopter Crash Kills Passerby

Tampa Helicopter Crash Kills Passerby

The emergency landing of a Robinson R-44 helicopter near Palm River Road and South 50th Street shortly after 2:00 pm on April 4 ended in the unfortunate death of 72 year-old, Deodat Gangapersaud in the passenger’s seat of a truck driven by his 35 year-old son, Ryan Persaud, who suffered minor injuries. According to Hillsborough Sheriff Chad

Spotify and Hulu’s New Relationship

According to their company blog, music streaming service Spotify will offer a complimentary Hulu subscription to members of Spotify Premium. Hulu, a TV and movie streaming service that recently reduced their monthly subscription price to $5.99 in response to competitor Netflix‘s price hike. Additionally Spotify and Hulu’s joint plan, (formerly $12.99) has had a price drop

Have You Tried Turning It Off And Back On Again? It Worked Pretty Well For NASA.

On Friday, October 5th, 2018, NASA’s favorite Hubble Space Telescope lost its last remaining old-style gyroscope  used to detect and measure the telescope’s pointing and rotation, leaving it with only two functional gyroscopes and forcing its operators to place it into safe mode. This is definitely not the first time the Hubble has lost a gyroscope.

The Best Pizza You Will Ever Eat.

Why would I make a pizza from scratch when I could just call Dominoes and get one delivered? I’m glad you asked. This masterpiece of a pizza will make any pizza you can buy taste like cardboard by comparison. Also, it is cheaper, more customizeable, and more enjoyable than anything you could buy. With all

What Falcon Heavy Means For Us

On February 6th, the biggest rocket in the world rumbled to life just 100 miles to the east of us. The Falcon Heavy, the newest edition to the innovative space transportation company SpaceX’s fleet of rockets, could be seen from Palmetto with a pair of binoculars as it blasted skyward at 3:45 on Tuesday. The

Hurricane Maria’s Damage To Puerto Rico

After successive, incapacitating hits from hurricanes Irma and Maria, the commonwealth of Puerto Rico is struggling to recuperate and keep themselves safe with their infrastructure crippled from the two storms. The entire island of Puerto Rico is currently without electricity, and optimistic estimates predict that it will be at least 6 months before power is

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