October 22, 2002
A gorgeous streetcar -- but are we there yet?
I found myself Monday morning on Tampa's new streetcar with a woman from San Francisco, Susan Willms, who must have strange tastes. She could have been shopping and spending at International Plaza.
How could Lou love Tampa Bay?
New York writers fling zingers at the Rays' audacity in competing with the Mets to lure manager Lou Piniella.
Aisenberg legal bills await a price tag
Prosecutors think the Aisenbergs should get about $1-million. The couple's lawyers want five times that.
Schools target choice stragglers
Though most declarations have been returned, principals send out the troops to rally full participation.
Schiavo case doctor target of complaint
The doctor, who holds out hope for the woman in a vegetative state since 1990, has been accused of deceptive advertising.
After 46 years, man comes back to 'true love': radio
Under Dayle A. Greene's picture in his 1966 high school yearbook, his career ambition is listed as "radio announcer."
Ex-Eckerd College leader in Pakistan
The former president takes on a delicate transfer of power at Forman Christian College.
Ralph Galloway, furniture guru, at 86
When Becky Cormier was hired to work at Galloway's Contemporary Furniture and Interior Design, she was warned about the store's owner.
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