There are some things to get out of the way. Before you finish the wine, you have to do dealbreakers. I killed a man in Cincy. I collect clown socks. I have a lower back Gwar tattoo.
This story appeared in the pages of the St. Petersburg Times on January 5, 1958. What follows is the text of the original story, interspersed with photos of the event taken by Times staff photographer George Trabant.
The 160 cows were milked and corralled into four 18-wheelers before the morning light struck the fifth-generation Florida dairy farm. As it traveled north on Interstate 75 — passing one-time farmland that had long ago given way to houses, offices shopping malls — the bovine caravan marked the departure of …
LAS VEGAS — Kara McCullough, a scientist working for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, has been crowned Miss USA.
This story appeared in the pages of the St. Petersburg Times on November 26, 1972. What follows is the text of the original story, interspersed with photos of the event (and a few from the blast off on Dec. 7) taken by Times staff photographer Tony Lopez.
By Times …
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In the years after they left the reform school, the former wards learned how to bury their shame. They learned to cry themselves to sleep, to sleep through nightmares, to sleep with the lights on. They found outlets for their anger at the end of a thrown fist and relief for their pain at the bottom of a bottle.
CLEARWATER — It's Joseph Schwartz's 85th birthday.
Alfonso Soriano, a former New York Yankee and World Series Champion visited students at Crestwood Elementary School in Tampa. Soriano who shares the same experiences like some of the students at Crestwood as an immigrant from the Dominican Republic. Encouraged them to work hard in school and remain model citizens in …
Tampa has a flag.
It's flying over Old City Hall and Water Works Park and Tampa Police headquarters, and it was there hanging limp behind Mayor Bob Buckhorn as cameras rolled during his recent State of the City Address.