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Keeping History Alive in West Tampa

The Fort Homer W. Hesterly Armory opened in December 8, 1941, the day after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.

14 Years and Going Strong

IAStage recently completed at courtesy inspection at Tampa Preparatory School.

Fly Guy's Musings on ABX 2016

The ABX show is now over. Thank you Boston for dishing up some talented architects and designers.

New Cultural Center for Miami

The Sandrell Rivers Theatre is set to open November 19th as part of Liberty City’s new Audrey Edmonson Transit Village. The venue will serve as a new cultural center for the Miami area.

Jumping for a Purpose VIII

Last week, we posted a press release about Combat Wounded Coaltion's event Jumping for a Purpose. October 15 was the eighth jump organized by CWC.

Jumping for a Purpose VIII

(Chesapeake, VA, October 13, 2016) – More than a dozen wounded warriors and Gold Star family members will participate in the Combat Wounded Coalition’s (CWC) Jumping for a Purpose VIII on October 15.

Tyler's JumpZach's jump

Wise Words from Inspector Eric

Here at IAStage, we’re proud that we have 12 ETCP certified riggers on staff, including 1 Recognized Trainer, and 1 Recognized Subject Matter Expert. Inspections are an important part of the services we provide. IAS Project Manager and ETCP Certified Rigger, Eric McAfee, recently completed an inspection at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts. We sat down with Eric to find out what exactly an inspection entails as well as the benefits of having them.

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