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Saturday, Dec 20, 2014
Fleetwood Mac reunion a landslide hit in Tampa
Hillsborough, Tampa, 12-20-14----Stevie Nicks dances in the shadows as Lindsey Buckingham plays as Fleetwood Mac wows a sold out Amalie Arena Saturday during their last show of the year. ANDY JONES/STAFF
The classic lineup of Fleetwood Mac — reunited with keyboardist Christine McVie for the first time since 1998 — played a sold out concert at Amalie Arena.
Shoppers walk throughout the mall as holiday shopping goes on at the Westshore Mall in Tampa , FL on December 20th, 2014. LUKE JOHNSON/STAFF
‘Panic Saturday’ in full swing
In this photo taken Friday, June 15, 2012, a mixed breed puppy peers out of his cage while sitting on an airplane in Greenville, Ala.  Jeff Bennett, a volunteer ilot for the non-profit charity Pilots N Paws picked up 23 dogs that were scheduled to be euthanized and flew them back to Florida, where they will be put up for adoption.  (AP Photo/Tamara Lush) ORG XMIT: FLCO102
Hometown Heroes: Tampa pilot flies unwanted pets to safety
Jeff Tedford, right, who was named coach of the British Columbia Lions, shakes hands with general manager Wally Buono during an introductory news conference Friday in Surrey, British Columbia. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Tedford: Was healthy enough to coach Bucs in October
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