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  1. Top things to do in Tampa Bay for March 5

    Events

    Piper Kerman: The author of the acclaimed memoir Orange is the New Black and prison reform activist will give a free talk in the gymnasium. 7 p.m., Eckerd College, 4200 54th Ave. S, St. Petersburg. Free.

    Piper Kerman, author of Orange is the New Black will speak at Eckerd College as part of this spring’s Presidential Events Series, a free series of intellectual talksopen to the public. Kerman, whose best-selling memoir was turned into the award-winning Neftlix series of the same name, will discuss her work as a prison reform activist during her talk on March 5 at 7 p.m. 

in a scene from Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black” Season 2. Photo credit: Ali Goldstein for Netflix.
  2. Editorial: Voters wisely stick with incumbents on Tampa City Council

    Editorials

    Tampa voters chose vision and maturity over populism Tuesday, re-electing incumbents to the Tampa City Council and setting a strong course for the next four years. The stable leadership will help the city as it moves to further redevelop downtown, diversify the economy and improve the region's transportation system.

    Tampa voters chose vision and maturity over populism Tuesday, re-electing incumbents to the Tampa City Council and setting a strong course for the next four years.
  3. Tell Me About It: Friend is unsure how to handle a dreamer

    Relationships

    Q: I'm a nose-to-the-grindstone type with a steady job, on track with savings for a comfortable retirement. I have a very dear and close friend who's kind of the opposite — flits from job to job and career to career, lives hand-to-mouth, and is barely making it. She dreams of striking it rich someday with a …

  4. Things to do in north Pinellas

    Events

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    Tommy Emmanuel: The two-time Grammy-Award winner and acoustic guitarist returns to the historic theater for two performances. 8 p.m. $45. Capitol Theatre, 405 Cleveland St., Clearwater. (727) 791-7400.

  5. Find A Friend: TinkerBell the cat

    Pets

    Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center

    TinkerBell is petite and curious, but unlike her mischievous namesake, this sterling-colored stray with Irish eyes is one of the calmest and most patient kitties at the Hillsborough County shelter. Check out the party hat pose. TinkerBell (ID A25025395) is easygoing and gets …

    Marcus Mariota, left, and Jameis Winston, right, will appear on Jon Gruden's QB Camp segment on ESPN.

    Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota coming to Jon Gruden's QB camp

    Two of the Bucs’ possible targets for the No. 1 pick will be on ESPN’s Jon Gruden QB Camp later this spring....

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    Aides to Gov. Scott, Cabinet clash on agency heads' job reviews

    Facing a pending lawsuit alleging violations of Florida's open meetings law, aides to Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet members refused Wednesday to discuss how to make their work more transparent. The decision came at a meeting of nine Cabinet aides in advance of the next Cabinet meeting March 10....

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    Video: Cobb on being named Rays opening day starter

    Pitcher Alex Cobb on being named the Rays' starter for the April 6 season opener against Baltimore at the Trop:...

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