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  1. Curator at Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg resigns unexpectedly

    Visual Arts

    ST. PETERSBURG — Jennifer Hardin, the longtime chief curator at the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, resigned Friday. The announcement, sent Friday via email to the museum's board of trustees, was unexpected.

    From left, Louise Reeves, registrar, Jennifer Hardin, chief curator, Dr. Kent Lydecker, director, and Seymour Gordon, past president of the board, look over photographic prints from Russia by Alexander Ustinov.
  2. Diggin' Florida Dirt: Readers share favorite veggies for Central Florida's summer gardens

    Home and Garden

    Gardeners new to Florida often get a harsh reality check when they attempt their first summer veggie bed. What they planted in late spring flourished through June, July and August back home. Not so much here!

    There are many varieties of eggplant, which are easy vegetables for Florida's summer gardens, says Robert Bowden. Eggplant 'Rosita' is one he enjoys both for the color and the flavor.
  3. Tell Me About It: Workaholic desires dating for the first time

    Relationships

    Q: I've just turned 30 and I'm starting to come around to the idea that being a fiercely independent workaholic with no life outside the office might not be all it's cracked up to be. This is the first time I've really thought about trying to date, so I've missed out on all the experience that everyone else my …

  4. Editorial cartoons for May 23-25

    Opinion

    These cartoons are from various Times wire services.

  5. Column: Is the American dream really dying?

    Columns

    Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, who's running for the Republican presidential nomination, issued a stark warning recently.

    Doyle McManus is a columnist for the Los Angeles Times. (Los Angeles Times/MCT)

    Gramaticas honor wounded veteran with new home

    The Gramatica brothers -- Martin with the Bucs, and Bill and Santiago at USF -- are a decade removed from their time as Tampa's place-kickers, but they're still making a huge impact on the community through their Gramatica Family Foundation....

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    Florida GOP's plan to win 2016

    Blaise Ingoglia, chairman of the Republican Party of Florida, writes about "Project 29" in the Tampa Tribune:...

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    Romero optioned back to Durham, another pitching coming

    After working 3 innings to save the bullpen from further use, LHP Enny Romero was optioned back to Triple-A Durham after the game....

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