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Kriseman submits his proposed budget to City Council

St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman submitted his proposed budget to City Council Tuesday, eight days before a newly-revised deadline. ...

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  1. Warrior Bash, a wine fest and other Things to Do on the North Suncoast

    Events

    On stage

    What happens in Vegas: Michael Mathews will perform a Vegas-style show, "The Legendary Bobby Darin," at 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday at Jimmy Ferraro's Studio Theatre, 5732 Main St., New Port Richey. Tickets are $25. For information, call (727) 409-0293.

  2. Stage West's 'Dorothy in Wonderland' a whirlwind of a mashup

    Stage

    SPRING HILL — Everyone knows the classic story of Dorothy Gale's amazing journey in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. And who doesn't remember Alice's trip through Wonderland? But does anyone know what happens when their two worlds collide?

    Kyle Parker is Tweedle Dum, Louis Romeo is the Lion and Wyatt Washington plays Tweedle Dee in the Stage West Community Playhouse production.
  3. Want to make a cocktail? Try an app

    Bars & Spirits

    A Negroni, anyone? Or maybe a Jack Rose? Knowing how to make good cocktails is a great party trick and almost always more interesting than serving wine or beer to guests. And even if you are a complete cocktail novice, you can deliver delicious drinks, as long as you have the right app.

    Cocktail apps are shaking up mixology. New York Times
  4. Editorial: Pushing ahead with Pier Park

    Editorials

    Mayor Rick Kriseman will ask the City Council on Thursday to approve design and construction contracts for St. Petersburg's new municipal pier, as well as a demolition contract for the old inverted pyramid. Over the next three years, city officials must keep costs within the $33 million construction budget and make sure …

    Mayor Rick Kriseman will ask the City Council on Thursday to approve design and construction contracts for St. Petersburg’s new municipal pier, as well as a demolition contract for the old inverted pyramid.
  5. Editorial: A new opening to Cuba

    Editorials

    Tuesday's announcement by Carnival Corp. that it would offer cruises to Cuba marks the latest advance in a promising new era between the island nation and the United States.

    My Outfit Monday, vacation style edition: Three cities, three outfits

    I just got back from a one-week escape up the East Coast, a road trip up to Williamsburg, Va., with side trips to Richmond and Washington, D.C. It was relaxing. It was fun. It was, most of all, not Florida, with temperatures hovering in the low 80s for the most part and a glorious breeze. I wish I were still there....

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    Hillary Clinton: Jeb Bush 'doesn't believe in a path to citizenship'

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton declared herself "very disappointed" at Donald Trump -- a past supporter of her U.S. Senate campaign -- over his now-infamous remarks in which he claimed Mexican immigrants who cross the U.S. border are often criminals and rapists....

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    Matt Andriese was called up from Triple-A Durham, under the 26th man rule for doubleheaders, and will start the night game.

    For starters, Rays at Royals, twice, with Jaso back

    UPDATE, 6:36: RHP Andrew Bellatti was in the clubhouse after Game 1 and a locker was being set up, but the Rays did not immediately announce a roster move....

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