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Tuesday, May 26, 2015
3,000 pay their respects at Bay Pines Memorial Day service
Pinellas, St. Petersburg, 5-25-15---People react during the Bay Pines Memorial Day Ceremony at the Bay Pines National Cemetery on Monday.  ANDY JONES/STAFF
Hailed as the largest Memorial Day service in the bay area, the event attracts thousands of people each year, and this time was no exception.
The Tampa Bay Lightning logo is seen projected on the Rivergate Tower Building Tuesday, May 19, 2015 in Tampa. Photographer Lance Raab took this image. According to the Tampa Bay Lightning's spokesman Bill Wickett the projected sign was a grass roots idea that took hold. The sign will be projected on the side of the Rivergate Tower through Sunday but may continue if the Lightning make it to the Stanley Cup Finals. The logo is projected using a large lens placed on a projector that is run by a generator in the back of a truck. The Lightning have dubbed the giant sign
Column: Bolts help make Tampa a better place to live
Firefighters cleaned up the flags and put some of them on display in front of the station. TAMPA FIRE RESCUE
Firefighters outraged to find American flags in the trash
Tampa Bay Rays' Jake Elmore lines a double off Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Roenis Elias during the sixth inning of a baseball game Monday, May 25, 2015, in St. Petersburg, Fla.  (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
Odorizzi gets little support from Rays bats in loss to Mariners
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Opinion

When needed most, Bolts’ Bishop trumps King

Martin Fennelly No deep thinking needed from Ben Bishop, Martin Fennelly writes, just good, reliable goaltending, with bounce-back play in front of Bishop to match. The Lightning got that, and are now on the verge of the Stanley Cup finals.

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