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Saturday, Apr 19, 2014
Lightning in playoff hole as Canadiens win
Canadiens Rene Bourque beats Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Anders Lindback for a 2nd period goal Friday night at the Forum.
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As promised, the Lightning looked better in Game 2 against Montreal than they did in Game 1.
James Loney hits a two-run double off New York pitcher Hiroki Kuroda during the fourth inning.
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Rays break out of doldrums with 11-5 win over Yanks
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Work on the Falcon's Fury drop tower ride to open at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay has been underway since last summer. 
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Opening of new Busch Gardens ride delayed

Opinion

Vouching for vouchers?

I’ll admit it. During my time in the Florida Legislature I was generally supportive of school vouchers. I bought into the argument that vouchers were similar in effect to the GI bill and the Florida Resident Access Grants, better known as FRAG.

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Washington Times features Buckhorn on RNC plans

Posted Jul 19, 2012 by Dennis Joyce

Updated Jul 19, 2012 at 01:23 PM

The Washington Times is among media organizations that picked the brain of Mayor Bob Buckhorn during his swing this week through New York and Washington to tout Tampa in advance of the Republican National Convention.

Here’s the lead of the Times story, by former Tampa Tribune reporter Sean Lengell: “Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn isn’t going to lose much sleep over the threat of violent protesters marring the Republican National Convention in his city next month. After all, dealing with annual invasions by pirates and Mother Nature have battle-hardened this city for big-time events.”

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