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To help protect Everglades, feds ban import of four large constrictor snakes

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  1. Banish boring and add an edge to neutrals in home decor

    Home and Garden

    There are plenty of practical reasons to decorate with neutral colors. The shades we think of as neutral — whites, beiges, tans — don't clash with anything. They are calm, soothing and never go out of style.

    There's just one problem.

    A living room designed by Betsy Burnham features carefully chosen pieces of black furniture and black accents that bring out the beauty of the softer, neutral shades of white and tan.
  2. Creative decorating with houseplants, from floor to ceiling

    Home and Garden

    In homes where space and time are precious, the future of the humble houseplant may depend on whether it can earn its keep.

    The climbing vines of philodendron “Brazil” spread out across a wall, creating a living backdrop.
  3. Editorial: Real protection for water up to Florida Senate

    Editorials

    The water bill that the Florida House rammed through as its first order of business last week was lauded by supporters as a forward-looking, measured approach to managing the state's natural resources. It is no such thing. The legislation (HB 7003) is a relief act for farmers and developers masquerading as water policy …

    The water bill that the Florida House rammed through as its first order of business last week was lauded by supporters as a forward-looking, measured approach to managing the state’s natural resources. It is no such thing.
  4. Editorial: Florida gets F for test rollout

    Editorials

    State leaders who insisted on prematurely bulldozing ahead with Florida's first round of new standardized tests have given critics more ammunition: a weeklong confirmation that Florida was not prepared to administer the first Florida Standards Assessments. The students' performance won't be known for months, but the …

    State leaders who insisted on prematurely bulldozing ahead with Florida’s first round of new standardized tests have given critics more ammunition: a weeklong confirmation that Florida was not prepared to administer the first Florida Standards Assessments.
  5. MiraBay festival celebrates lure of dragon boats

    Events

    APOLLO BEACH — The lagoon at MiraBay's housing subdivision is more than a nice view for residents and an ideal hangout for wildlife.

    The MiraBay Dragon Boat Race Team will host a dragon boat festival Saturday at MiraBay.

    Bucs' Licht talks about Jameis Winston visit in video

    One of the more intriguing aspects of FSU's Jameis Winston visiting the Bucs this week was how much the team promoted the visit on their official site, with a photo gallery, video of his visit and even e-mails sent to some season-ticket holders to promote that content....

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    Sen. Bill Nelson: State shouldn't expect LIP money

    Florida lawmakers shouldn’t expect federal money for the Low Income Pool program to fill a $2 million hole in next year’s state budget, Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson said Friday, issuing a call for the state to instead expand Medicaid....

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    Evan Longoria was accommodating for his young shaver.

    Rays take some off the top to help Pediatric Cancer Foundation

    Dozens of Rays players and staff stepped up to help the Pediatric Cancer Foundation by sitting down for the fourth straight year to have their heads shaved before Friday's game. (Find more photos, video here)...

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