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5JunFriday $10 Open Bar
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Today at 07:00 PM - Jun 6, 03:00 AM

MacDinton's Irish Pub

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5JunFriday Night Heights
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Today at 07:00 PM - Jun 4, 12:00 AM

The Brew Bus | Tampa Bay

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5Jun$10 Laser Tag @ Laser Ops
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Today at 07:00 PM - 11:00 pm

Laser Ops Extreme Gaming Arcade - Tampa

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Learn How Your Business Can Survive & Thrive During Uncertain Times
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4JunThursday = Dollar Beers
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Jun 4 at 08:00 PM · Jun 5, 03:00 AM

MacDinton's Irish Pub

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Jon Keating on Keel & Curley Winery at Keel Farms
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Keel & Curley Winery at Keel Farms
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Keel & Curley is a true local destination winery. They have awesome wines, craft beers & ciders, and some really good food!

Pros: A great place to put your phone down and really connect with your friends & family.

813Area has new update 22 hours ago Lightning Round: With anti-racist protests continuing, some NHL players take action
Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images P.K. Subban and Patrice Bergeron made a donation to civil rights organizations It’s been almost a week since the protests against police brutality started in Minneapolis. Since that time, a lot of hockey players have spoken out on their social sites regarding this situation, but some of the biggest names have stayed silent for too long. The two biggest names are Sidney Crosby and Connor McDavid, who are considered as the greatest hockey players of modern hockey. But yesterday, these players also joined in and expressed their feelings. A message from Sidney Crosby: pic.twitter.com/33CQA5WjKF— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) June 3, 2020 pic.twitter.com/l6SpDq6rSK— Connor McDavid (@cmcdavid97) June 3, 2020 We still cannot say if these words are really sincere or it’s just something coming from their PR managers, but these statements are at least a first step toward the two best players in the NHL making better use of their platform. In case if you’re wondering how these statements really help, I really recommend you to read this article from a blogger of the Toronto Maple Leafs blog Pension Plan Puppets, who’s sharing his experience on this situation Blake Wheeler. Jonathan Toews. Logan Couture. Steven Stamkos. Tyler Seguin. Jason Zucker. Braden Holtby. You have no idea what it means to read what you have written. You’ve used your platforms to speak out against anti-Black racism and the countless issues in society that perpetrate hatred and inequity. Auston Matthews. Morgan Rielly. Frederik Andersen. The Toronto Maple Leafs organization as a whole. You have shown me that you are trying to understand the issues embedded in the times we live in, and that you are willing to make the effort to try to change them. More and more players are not only publishing their statements on Twitter or Instagram, but participating in some real actions. One of them is Patrice Bergeron who recently donated $50,000 to civil rights organizations in Boston and Quebec. A statement from Patrice Bergeron.To those who wish to support:NAACP Boston: https://t.co/uXXPUDXivOCentre Multiethnique de Quebec: https://t.co/aS9a57RWOi pic.twitter.com/IVKU1hMNd6— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) June 3, 2020 Forward Jimmy Vesey also donated money to the NAACP, adding a very self-reflecting statement about being a white man in America. I don’t usually speak out on social media, but it’s been hard to remain quiet. I put a lot of consideration into this, and these are my genuine thoughts. pic.twitter.com/ALvGq9YmEo— Jimmy Vesey (@19Vesey) June 3, 2020 P.K. Subban not only donated $50,000 to the daughter of George Floyd himself, but also contacted NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman who agreed to match this donation. Change The Game?? pic.twitter.com/otPpYIBkJx— P.K. Subban (@PKSubban1) June 3, 2020 Other News and Links According to the NHL’s return to play plan, some of the teams which have already been eliminated might be out of the game until next January. Pierre LeBrun from the Athletic shed a light on some options for this teams So what do you do if you’re those seven teams? One idea that’s popped up is holding a mini camp of sorts in the middle of it all. To that end, some of those seven teams, sources confirm, have already begun talking internally about what an NHL camp might look like at some point later in the summer or early fall. You get the logic. These players might need that in the middle of a 10-month hiatus.
Tampa Bay Business Journal has new update
22 hours ago The week in Tampa Bay bankruptcies: Gainesville Road Community Trust and Pharmacy of Tampa Inc.
Tampa area bankruptcy courts recorded two business filings - including one with total debt above $1 million - during the week that ended May 29, 2020. Year to date through May 29, 2020, the court recorded 62 Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 business bankruptcy filings, a 7 percent increase from the same span the prior year. Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection typically provides for the liquidation of a business’ assets to satisfy creditor claims, while Chapter 11 protection enables a business to restructure…
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1 day ago 'SNL' star Chris Redd launches COVID-19 relief fund for protesters
It's aimed, in part, to help people who contract the disease while protesting against racial injustice in the aftermath of George Floyd's death.
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1 day ago Uptown developers: Vision, investments will begin to address inequity issues
Former Hillsborough County Commissioner Mark Sharpe, now Chief Potential Officer at !p, and Christopher Bowen, the developer of University Mall, assess what moving forward looks like in the Uptown neighborhood of Tampa despite recent rioting prompted by the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
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Where to Live in Plant City, FL
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Tampa Greyhound Track Poker & Racebook Reopens With Cash Games & Simulcast Wagering
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Nyolie Daniella on Franklin Manor
Review 2 days ago
Franklin Manor
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Owner is very racist and refers to black people as the n-word

Pros: No pros this is a disgusting establishment

Cons: Racism

Matthew Strickland on JF Kicks
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JF Kicks
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Solid food with great service and a good selection of drinks in a relaxed environment.

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Where to Live in Wesley Chapel, Florida
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Outdoor Places to Eat in Plant City
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Outdoor Places to Eat in Wesley Chapel
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Daniel Serrano on Living Harmony Healing Center
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Living Harmony Healing Center
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I'm terrified of needles, but Living Harmony has made acupuncture an enjoyable experience for me. Kind, professional care in a clean, relaxing atmosphere. I look forward to treatment in the future.

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Friday Specials in Tampa

Terra Gaucha Brazilian Steakhouse Tampa

1108 S Dale Mabry Hwy , Tampa FL, 33629
Monday - Friday Lunch :
Full RODIZIO Experience*-------$28.95
GOURMET SALAD AND HOT BAR--$15.95
LIGHT lUNCH**----------------------$19.95

The Blind Goat Food and Drink Co.

4106 Henderson Blvd , Tampa FL, 33629
Monday - Friday
3pm - 7pm
$3 PREMIUM WELLS!
$4 GOBLETS OF ALL
LOCAL CRAFT BEERS!
$5 COCKTAIL & FOOD SPECIAL OF THE DAY!
$5 HOUSE WINES

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