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Review: More than 20 years later, 'RENT' still matters

Review: More than 20 years later, 'RENT' still matters

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Bar Review: Coffee Grounds serves coffee and cocktails

Bar Review: Coffee Grounds serves coffee and cocktails

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Bucs answer Trump's comments that NFL players should be 'fired' for anthem protests

President Donald Trump shared his thoughts Friday night on NFL players protesting during the national anthem, suggesting that NFL owners should "fire" players who kneel during the anthem in protest. His remarks are alreading drawing responses from many NFL players, including some Bucs. ...

Pepin Academies’ leader Craig Butz killed in boat crash; 4-year-old daughter critically hurt

CLEARWATER -- The executive director of the Pepin Academies charter schools was killed and his 4-year-old daughter was critically injured when the water scooter they were riding collided with a bo …

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  1. Chris Archer falters again as Rays lose 9-4 to Orioles

    Blogs

    BALTIMORE - Another short outing by Chris Archer led to another long afternoon for the Rays in a 9-4 loss to the Orioles.

  2. Pepin Academies’ leader Craig Butz killed in boat crash; 4-year-old daughter critically hurt

    Briefs

    CLEARWATER -- The executive director of the Pepin Academies charter schools was killed and his 4-year-old daughter was critically injured when the water scooter they were riding collided with a boat Saturday, authorities said Sunday.

    Craig Butz, executive director of Pepin Academies and former professional hockey player, died in a crash with a boat Saturday. His daughter Teagan, 4, remained in critical condition Sunday afternoon. [WILL VRAGOVIC   |   TIMES, 2013]
  3. Who took a knee? How each NFL team responded to Donald Trump's tweets about anthem protests

    Bucs

    NFL players, coaches and owners across the league reacted in various ways on Sunday to remarks from President Donald Trump speaking about NFL players who have protested during the national anthem.

    Bucs receivers Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson both kneeled during the national anthem in protest before Sunday's game at the Vikings. [LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]
  4. Florida State out of the AP Top 25 for the first time since 2011

    Blogs

    Florida State's first 0-2 start since 1989 has led to another low.

  5. From care center to purgatory to 'hellhole': How 11 frail elders died after Irma

    Hurricanes

    As she got ready to say goodbye to her mother at the Hollywood Hills nursing home, Rose Wyda's heart was sick. Hurricane Irma had been gone for nearly 48 hours, but the trail of shattered trees and broken, hissing power lines the storm left behind was still dangerously apparent. And the nursing home was part of the …

  6. Bucs' Mike Evans, DeSean Jackson kneel during national anthem

    Bucs

    Bucs receivers Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson both kneeled during the national anthem in protest before Sunday's game at the Vikings, two days after President Donald Trump made critical remarks about NFL …

    Bucs receivers Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson both kneeled during the national anthem in protest before Sunday's game at the Vikings. [LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]
  7. 'If anyone can hear us … help.' Puerto Rico's mayors describe 'horror in the streets'

    World

    SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO - In the northern Puerto Rican town of Vega Baja, the floodwaters reached more than 10 feet. Stranded residents screamed "save me, save me," using the lights in their cellphones to help rescue teams find them in the darkness, the town's mayor said.

  8. For starters: Rays at Orioles, with a different look to things

    Blogs

    UPDATE, 12:40: The Orioles said Bundy was scratched due to a left hamstring strain.

    The Rays are starting their All-Star pitcher, Chris Archer.
  9. My AP Top 25 ballot: FSU out, USF, Florida Gators back in

    Blogs

    Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher still thinks he can have a good team, as I wrote in today's Tampa Bay Times. Maybe he's right.

  10. Forecast: Scattered thunderstorms in Tampa Bay; Maria could affect Carolinas

    Weather

    Scattered thunderstorms will threaten the Tampa Bay area Sunday, but most of the area will see sunshine.

    Scattered thunderstorms threaten Tampa Bay on Sunday. [Courtesy 10News WTSP]
Vikings WR Jarius Wright reaches the ball over the pylon for a touchdown in Minnesota's win over the Bucs on Sunday.

Worst-Case scenario: Keenum, Vikings hand Bucs 34-17 loss

MINNEAPOLIS -- With key defensive starters out with injury, the Bucs were dominated by the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, with fill-in quarterback Case Keenum beating Tampa Bay for the third year in a row, 34-17, at U.S. Bank Stadium.

Keenum threw for 369 yards and three touchdowns, leading the Vikings (2-1) to a 28-3 lead early in the third quarter before the Bucs (1-1) saw their offense wake up.

Jameis Winston threw two touchdowns in the third quarter, but also had three costly interceptions in Minnesota territory to end other scoring opportunities. Winston threw for 328 yards -- three of the four highest yardage totals in his three-year career have come in losses to Keenum....

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The Rays are starting their All-Star pitcher, Chris Archer.

For starters: Rays at Orioles, with a different look to things

UPDATE, 12:40: The Orioles said Bundy was scratched due to a left hamstring strain....

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Sonequa Martin-Green in Star Trek: Discovery on CBS.

What to watch this weekend: 'Star Trek: Discovery,' 'DuckTales' returns

Boldly go: Star Trek: Discovery

It's been more than 50 years since the original Star Trek premiered, but the new CBS series is set 10 years before Kirk and Spock. Star Trek: Discovery explores the war between the Federation and the Klingons while following the USS Discovery, an exploratory vessel. The protagonist is Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green), the first officer on the Discovery. Harry Potter's Jason Isaacs plays Capt. Lorca. The full trailer suggests the Federation-Klingon war will feature prominently in the new series, but there are also hints of something stranger happening . In a break from the norm, CBS didn't allow critics to view episodes or review the new series before its premiere. It could mean it's terrible or it could just mean CBS really wants to keep spoilers under wraps. Here's hoping Trekkies are pleased. Premieres 8:30 p.m. Sunday on CBS; remaining episodes premiering on CBS All Access streaming....

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