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  1. Rock star promoter has music industry stories to share

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    When you're a young boy growing up in Manchester, England, it's tough not to dream of one day becoming a world-class soccer player.

    Tony Michaelides is a British record promoter, now living in Pass-a-Grille, who has worked with some of the biggest names in music.
  2. Step by step: Hot or cool, yoga brings benefits

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    Hot yoga is hot — literally and figuratively.

    EXERCISE Demonstration:  Certified yoga teacher Ruben Vasquez of St Petersburg demonstrates Child's yoga position,  Tuesday, August 4, 2014. CHERIE DIEZ   |   Times
  3. Sky calendar: total eclipse of the moon in October

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    There will be a total eclipse of the moon — this happens when Earth's shadow falls upon the moon — the morning of Oct. 8. Here's how it will unfold:

  4. 5 Things to Do in October

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    Tampa Bay Wingfest

    Never met a chicken wing you didn't want to devour? While listening to music? And quaffing craft beers? Well, the inaugural Tampa Bay Wingfest is the place for you to be from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Oct. 4 in the special events building at the Florida State Fairgrounds. You'll be able to …

    Contestants perform the stein hoist at last year’s Oktoberfest Tampa. It’s a time to enjoy brew and entertainment along the waterfront.
  5. Mutating cancer cells find way to dodge chemotherapy bullets

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    Like all life on Earth, cancer cells evolve, which is why they eventually develop the ability to withstand chemotherapy, according to researchers at the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa.

  6. 1957 Pillsbury Bake-Off finalist had picture taken with Ronald Reagan

    Human Interest

    The first time 87-year-old Lorraine Edie saw color television, she was on it.

    Lorraine Edie wears the Pillsbury apron given to her in 1957 when she was the only finalist from New York.
  7. When it comes to senior moments, use your age wisely

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    The other day, I walked into the kitchen and noticed the cats' water dish was almost empty. I grabbed a glass out of the cupboard, walked over to the sink and filled it up.

  8. Apollo Beach couple takes a pass on the road for RVing at sea

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    Whenever we find ourselves filled with a wanderlust to see the world, it would do us well to remember that more than half of this planet is covered with water. For those with an itch and skills to sail and take their time at it, cruising means taking your trip aboard a sailboat big enough to have a galley, bathroom and …

    The Robbinses tour the Indian River in Dominica with their guide, Martin, rowing for them.
  9. Jane Goodall asks you to think about what you eat, buy and wear (w/video)

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    Jane Goodall no longer spends her days crouched on the floor of a rainforest studying chimpanzees making tools, raising their young or folding branch over branch to make nests in which to sleep high in the trees.

    FILE - In this photo taken Wednesday April 25, 2012, chimpanzee expert Jane Goodall holds a monkey doll she carries with her wherever she travels, in Pasadena, Calif. Jane Goodall, who turns 80 in 2014, knows how to work a crowd. In a packed auditorium, the elegant primatologist from Britain whooped like the chimpanzees she first studied in Tanzania in the early 1960s. She hugged an academic just like, she said, chimps do. She talked about her crush, as a "romantic little 10-year-old," on Tarzan, the fictional figure raised by apes. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, File) JOH101
  10. Lipstick is part of her makeup; generosity is part of his

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    Doc was shopping for shirts and ties back in the Big and Tall department.