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For the 72nd year, that jolly old elf makes an early appearance today for a couple of hundred kids in downtown Tampa.
The two federal judges sitting next to me were doing their best “fa la la la las’’ trying to ignore the young faces immediately in front of them staring back in complete awe.
Even if you're not much for “firsts,” Molly Ferrara has a pretty impressive string.
About the only real news around our house today is whether dinner is going to be turkey soup or hot turkey sandwiches.
They are the forgotten, the ignored and most vulnerable among us.
In an increasingly secular world, it's understandable how a day set aside for giving thanks gets buried in the rush to Black Friday.
Maybe we don’t have time anymore to pause and give thanks for our blessings with the pressure to get out there and shop, writes columnist Steve Otto.
It can all change in an instant. Life is like that.
“I have found inner peace,” said a judge after tasting the Krewe of Zingaro’s chili, which scored a unanimous victory during Smoke on the Water at Curtis Hixon Park, writes columnist and judge Steve ...
The shooting in the Home Depot parking lot on North Dale Mabry on Wednesday reminded me that it’s probably already too late to do my Christmas shopping.
It’s said that if you remember the Sixties you weren’t really there.
Maybe it’s just me, but I have a feeling all of us are going to need that extra hour of sleep we picked up over the weekend.