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A rendering shows 3 Daughters Brewing's new pub at St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport. Announced in 2019, the bar and restaurant officially opened Wednesday.
The bar/restaurant follows Mazzaro’s as the second local landmark to open an outpost at the airport.
The lawsuit alleges Regal Cinemas, at the suburban mall for 23 years, stopped paying rent in 2020-2021.
Lawmakers say they were spurred by the deadly condo collapse in Surfside last year.
The overall tax holiday, which will last through June 10, is geared toward the June 1 start of hurricane season.

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  1. The federal government won't say how many people have received potentially lifesaving COVID-19 drugs such as Pfizer’s Paxlovid pill or whether they’re being distributed equitably.
  2. House Speaker Chris Sprowls, R-Palm Harbor, bangs his gavel Tuesday at the Capitol in Tallahassee. Legislators were there to work on property insurance reform.
  3. Part of the oceanfront Champlain Towers South condo, with more than 100 units, in Surfside, Florida, collapsed around 2 a.m. on June 24, 2021.
  4. A rendering shows 3 Daughters Brewing's new pub at St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport. Announced in 2019, the bar and restaurant officially opened Wednesday.
  5. Casey Sanders of St. Petersburg works in the rain to load hurricane supplies into the trunk of his car in the parking lot at Winn-Dixie, 3327 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. N. Floridians can save a few dollars on pet supplies as they stockpile other needs for the upcoming hurricane season.
  6. Citrus Park Town Center, formerly known as Westfield Citrus Park, is currently undergoing a makeover at a time when malls across America are changing to try to survive.
  7. Florida's weather and outdoor amenities, like St. Petersburg's Vinoy Park, are part of what has attracted remote workers during the pandemic, according to a new survey by freelance marketplace Fiverr. Tampa Bay, Miami and Orlando all rank among the nation's fastest-growing markets for independent workers since 2016.
  8. Britney Spears supporters celebrate outside a hearing concerning the pop singer's conservatorship at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, Friday, Nov. 12, 2021, in Los Angeles. A Los Angeles judge ended the conservatorship that has controlled Spears' life and money for nearly 14 years.
  9. Signs around Universal Studios in Orlando encourage guests to "skip the regular lines" with its Universal Express Pass, which starts at $79.99, to skip the line at most popular attractions at least one time. Theme park experts say line-cutting fees are becoming more of an issue as the busy vacation season approaches.
  10. It’s estimated that millions of people in the U.S. use period-tracking apps to plan ahead, track when they are ovulating, and monitor other health effects. Many fear this data could be used against women if abortion becomes illegal.
  11. From start to finish, the Legislature spent a total of three days in Tallahassee to address what most agree is a five-alarm crisis in the state’s insurance market.
  12. St. Anthony's Hospital’s new 90-bed patient tower, featuring all private rooms, is part of a $152 million expansion of the BayCare facility, which opened in 1931.
  13. Many immigrants such as Luis Quintero, 46, who was born in Venezuela, will be able to extend their work permits for up to 540 days to maintain their employment and avoid delays in immigration processes. The extension is "good news for working families who came to this country in search of a better future,” said Quintero, a full-time technician at eSmart Recycling in Tampa.
  14. A drone delivery hub at a Walmart in Farmington, Arkansas. The program is expanding to six states, including Florida, the retailer announced.
  15. View of the Brickell's skyline financial center, where business-commercial towers and luxury condos tower come together over Biscayne Bay. on Wednesday, May 30, 2019.
  16. Young guests enjoy seeing Winnie The Pooh, and Tigger, too, at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in May 2021 shortly after guests were allowed to go maskless in outdoor areas of the parks, but characters still maintained a social distance.
  17. Like almost all of MacKenzie Scott’s donations, the $122.6 million contribution to Big Brothers Big Sisters of America is unrestricted, so the charity can use it for programs, operations or any other purpose.
  18. Mark Bendell and his wife, Laurie, talk in their kitchen in Boca Raton on Monday. A stock market slump this year, which has taken big bites out of investors’ portfolios, including retirement plans like 401(k)s, is worrying Americans who are within a few years of retirement.
  19. The original and iconic Four Green Fields pub on its last day open in 2020. The green door has been relocated to its new incarnation in the Channel District.
  20. To celebrate the Magic Kingdom's 50th birthday, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse are dressed in sparkling new looks custom made for the 18-month event, highlighted by embroidered impressions of Cinderella Castle on multitoned, irridescent fabric punctuated with pops of gold.
  21. Novel Midtown Tampa, a 390-unit apartment complex at the heart of Midtown Tampa, has been sold to CBRE Investment Management.
  22. Early in the pandemic, Outback Steakhouses like this one in Palm Harbor quickly pivoted to delivery and takeaway, though many reopened just a couple of months later. Outback's parent company, Tampa-based Bloomin' Brands, is planning to open 100 new restaurants in the coming years, said CEO David Deno.
  23. Shawn Frazier, 61, checks tarps over his Tampa home's roof ahead of Tropical Storm Elsa on Tuesday, July 6, 2021.
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