Steve OttoTribune staff
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LARGO — So there was Ed Droste, smooth as silk, moving his Phyllis around the dance floor to the sounds of Don Juceam’s big band at the Royal Palm last Saturday night, celebrat...
It seems, in our ever-shrinking world, that we are surrounded by trauma.
You might call it a “half-baked” solution; a plan to save the planet before it’s completely baked.
Listen, it’s OK. I’ve been down this road. I know what to do.
Thank you Tony and Katie. It was a good day.
For a moment I thought it was a rerun of the Super Bowl halftime show, with its dancing sharks and wretched excess.
Pirates aren’t what they used to be.
The night before she was canned by four members of the Hillsborough County School Board, Superintendent MaryEllen Elia showed up for an awards ceremony at the Columbia Restaurant in Ybor City.
“We will always have Paris,” Humphrey Bogart whispered in those closing scenes of “Casablanca.”
There was a time when that ground-shaking, dish-rattling roar over South Tampa was so common nobody paid much attention.
It was bad enough choking down some warmed over New Year’s black-eyed peas and rice while watching a Florida State football team getting disassembled by a West Coast team dressed in leprechaun green.
Funny, the things we keep for whatever reason.
New Year’s Day!