Tampa’s Darryl Shaw, Manny Leto and Tom DeGeorge discuss latest changes in Ybor City

A ballet dancer in a yellow and red dress on city street
Tampa City Ballet has opened an office at the Kress Collective in Ybor City, Florida. / Photo by Dave Decker c/o Creative Loafing Tampa Bay.

Ybor City is in yet another season of change, and Tampa developer Darryl Shaw is on the forefront of headlines surrounding the transition. He—along with public historian and club owner Tom DeGeorge—join us on air to discuss. Listen to the show via wmnf.org.

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