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March 1, 2003

Editorial: Group safety
The recent tragedies in Rhode Island and Chicago should put nightclub owners and patrons on alert.

Editorial: Tampa's cautious contenders
You'd think Tampa's mayoral candidates would take advantage of any opportunity to say something -- anything -- to the large undecided vote. But Pam Iorio, Bob Buckhorn and Frank Sanchez have been doing the opposite, refusing to stake ground or to challenge their opponents on their record or their plans for the city. For example, at a televised debate last weekend, it was left to the two candidates regarded as trailing in the polls, Don Ardell and Charlie Miranda, to show any personality or sense of conviction.

Letters: Concentrate on education, not on racial ratios
Re: Burden still on black students Feb. 22 and Balancing the choices, Feb. 19.

 

Columns today
Sandra Thompson: What's not said about Pam speaks volumes
Maybe you've noticed this already, but underneath the stale responses to the same old questions, there's something refreshing about this campaign for mayor.

March 1, 2003: An inspiring wake-up call; a new Fox TV fix-up audition
Accountant Anne Nymark finally got me to attend a Brandon Rotary Club meeting Friday.

Lucy Morgan: Session will bloom into garden of discontent
For better or worse, Florida lawmakers arrive in the state capital this weekend for a last round of partying and fundraising before their annual session begins Tuesday.

 

Perspective
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