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June 14, 2002

Can Ybor get respect in the morning?
[Times photo: John Pendygraft 2001]
After a hard night of drinking and dancing, Ybor awakes as a quiet underused neighborhood by day. City leaders hope to change that.
Can't we all just get along
PSST. Yoo-hoo.

An invitation to 'everlasting beauty'
The latest trend in age-defying treatments is Botox injections delivered at fancy parties.

Couple fuses cultures in renovation
TAMPA -- It's easy to see why Karyn Sbar and Karim Tahiri fell in love with their lot in South Tampa.

Splashy fun at aquarium wine bash
SOMETHING FISHY GOING ON: Human barracudas dove for food and wine at Sea Grapes, a new event put on by the Florida Aquarium's "Fish out of Water" committee.

Waterfront properties don't have to cost a small fortune
In Town 'N Country, water-loving homebuyers are finding great deals. But real estate agents say they're going fast.

Flying high through life
Colette Eddy's successful aerial photography business employs nine and last year brought in $1.3-million.

She was at home on three continents
Maryse McKeon, born in France and a member of the French Resistence, lived in Europe and Africa and died in the United States.

What's in a name? Sam M. Gibbons United States Courthouse
A federal courthouse stands as a monument to a man with a spotless career in Congress.

Program aims to lure apartments to recycle
A pilot project gives complexes six months of recycling service for free in the hope that apartment dwellers will pitch in.

Reading the rumors: What will fill Jacobson's?
Word that a corporate bookstore may move into part of the 50,000-square-foot space in Hyde Park Village has some nearby independent book sellers worried.

Volunteer efforts help club to open
After four years of strenuous work, the new Nick Capitano Boys & Girls Club is set for a dedication ceremony today.

In hidden roadside stand, there's honey of a business
Grand opening is the first weekend in July, but a "soft opening" is planned for June 27, with special 1940s pricing.
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