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Friday, Mar 06, 2015
‘Cut for a cure': Rays shave heads for cancer research
Joshua Fisher, 6, just finished treatment for leukemia in August 2014 and is cutting Rays third Baseman Evan Longoria’s hair during “Cut for a Cure” in Port Charlotte.
Some Tampa Bay Rays players and team officials went under the clippers again today to raise money and awareness for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation.
Alan Rosenman was a navigator on a B-17 during WWII. After 70 years, he looks over the B-17 Aluminum Overcast, the WWII heavy bomber the Experimental Aircraft Association is touring. It is currently at the Lakeland Linder Airport until March 8 and will be at the Zephyrhills Municipal Airport March 13, 14, and 15.  JIM REED/STAFF
History is on tour aboard the B-17 Flying Fortress
William Shakespeare author, the famed playwright's works are hot in Hollywood these days, but not in florida's public universities.
Best Bets: Fun things to do in Tampa Bay area this week
The Florida Avenue Goody Goody location on Florida Avenue operated from 1930 until Nov. 30, 2005.
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO
Marc Zudar to run Goody Goody brand
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Winston’s smile lights up Bucs’ world

Martin Fennelly Rescuing kittens? Forging a stadium agreement? Probably not, but Martin Fennelly offers a few fun scenarios as Jameis Winston — and his electric smile — visited the city he could one day own.

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