Good morning. It's Thursday, May 29, 2014, and here are your seven clicks to start the day:
1. The Bucs' owner died. The Times' John Romano says Malcolm Glazer was the best thing to happen to sports in Tampa Bay. In 1995, when he bought the team for $192 million, that was a record. Now? It's crazy.
2. Alex D. Brickler, the director of obstetrical services and training at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital's family medicine residency program, in his "Florida Icon" interview in the June Florida Trend: "I used to be a backyard astronomer. It broadens your mind and makes you understand how insignificant you are. I had a little telescope at home, and then FSU built some practice fields around our place, and the light pollution got so bad that I gave it to my son, who lives in the mountains in Virginia."
3. The Times' Dan Ruth: Animal House's Faber College dean Wormer comes off as a pillar of intellectual curiosity compared to FSU's presidential search that stretched from the campus all the way up the street to the Capitol.
4. Here's Times book editor Colette Bancroft on Maya Angelou.
5. Florida loses the equivalent of three preschool classrooms to drowning every year.
6. A report from America's Health Rankings 2014 ranks Florida No. 28 in America for the health of seniors, which may raise some concern since Florida's senior population growth is on the rise. Click.
7. New College in Sarasota is considered a pretty good place to get an education. At least by most people. Just not by Florida.