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Tomorrow at 10:00 – 05:00 pm

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa

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Upcoming Concerts at Amalie Arena in Tampa
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22AprUSF Emerging Playwrights: Staged Readings
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Today at 07:00 PM - 09:30 pm

USF Theatre 1

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22AprCRISTI MASSEY
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Today at 07:00 PM - 11:00 pm

Circles Waterfront Restaurant

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22Apr$10,000 Guaranteed Tournament at Silks 4/22
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Today at 06:30 PM - Apr 23, 01:00 AM

Silks Poker Room

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22AprTopgolf Tampa Spring Leagues
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Today at 06:00 PM - Jun 18, 09:00 PM

Topgolf Tampa

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Austin Hersh on La Villa River Hills.
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La Villa River Hills.
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They have some of the best authentic Mexican food in the bay area. I absolutely love their chicken burrito smothered in queso.

Holly Hargett on Armature Works
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Armature Works
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Armature Works is a mixed-use building full of restaurants, bars and retail stores. You'll find innovative eateries in a fun historic structure all on the water. They've also got event rental space and some co-working areas. Cool place!

Winnie Su on Club Prana
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Club Prana
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Great club, have different music in each floor!

Jon Keating on Armature Works
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Armature Works
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Cool atmosphere with a lot of buzz. Lots of eating choices so everyone can get what they want! I love Empemamas!

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Sake House
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22AprDyngus Day at The Landing
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Today at 11:00 AM - 11:30 pm

The Landing Bar & Grill

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Scott Conlon on Armature Works
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Great venue for not just dining but also events! So much going on at Armature Works all the time. The coworking offices are really cool too!

Pros: Delicious food with very fun atmosphere.

813Area has new update 14 hours ago Rays prospects and minor leagues: Lowe brothers combine for 3 homers
Durham and Montgomery lost Sunday, but it wasn’t due to a lack of power from Josh and Nate Lowe. Nate Lowe hit a lot of home runs last season, and Josh Lowe has quite a bit of power potential. However, Sunday was the first time in their professional careers that they homered on the same day. It likely won’t be the last. Triple-A Durham Bulls (6-10) An early 6-2 lead wasn’t enough in Durham’s 7-6 loss to Gwinnett. Nate Lowe opened the scoring in the first with an RBI single, and RBI doubles from Christian Arroyo and Kean Wong made it 4-0. The Stripers scored two in the second, but Lowe immediately responded with a two-run homer. However, the Bulls had just three hits in the final six innings. Andrew Moore allowed four runs in five innings, and the final three runs came off Austin Pruitt. 2B Nick Solak: 0-for-4, 1 R, 1 BB, 1 K (.788)1B Nate Lowe: 3-for-4, 1 R, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 1 K (1.051)DH Jake Cronenworth: 2-for-4, 2 R, 1 2B, 1 BB (1.013) RHP Andrew Moore: 5 IP, 4 H, 4 ER, 1 BB, 3 K (13.50)RHP Austin Pruitt: 2 IP, 4 H, 3 R (2 ER), 0 BB, 3 K (4.76) Double-A Montgomery Biscuits (9-7) Josh Lowe stayed hot, but it wasn’t enough in Montgomery’s 10-inning, 7-6 loss to Mississippi. In the fourth, his solo home run tied the game, and in the sixth, his solo home run gave the Biscuits the lead. Tristan Gray also homered, and the game was tied at three through nine innings. The Biscuits scored three in the top half of the 10th, but Matt Krook allowed four in the bottom half of the inning, including the winning run on a bases-loaded walk. Sam McWilliams allowed two runs in four innings. SS Lucius Fox: 0-for-5, 1 R (.728)CF Josh Lowe: 3-for-4, 3 R, 2 HR, 2 RBI, 1 BB (1.079)DH Brendan McKay: 0-for-3, 1 RBI, 1 BB (.522)2B Tristan Gray: 2-for-4, 1 R, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 1 BB (.756)C David Rodriguez: 2-for-3, 1 2B, 1 BB, 1 K (1.139)LF Miles Mastrobuoni: 2-for-3, 1 R, 1 BB, 1 K (1.230) RHP Sam McWilliams: 4 IP, 2 H, 2 ER, 4 BB, 2 K (4.00)LHP Matt Krook: two-thirds IP, 2 H, 4 R (3 ER), 2 BB, 0 K (12.60) Class A-Advanced Charlotte Stone Crabs (6-11) Charlotte was off. Class-A Bowling Green Hot Rods (9-8) Bowling Green was off. CLICK HERE FOR ALL BOX SCORES Monday’s games (probables courtesy of milb.com) Durham is off. Montgomery @ Mississippi 11:35 a.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream)Brendan McKay (0-0, 4.15) vs. Tucker Davidson (0-0, 1.00) Charlotte vs. Tampa 6:30 p.m. ET (radio stream)TBA vs. Frank German (0-1, 4.15) Bowling Green @ Fort Wayne 7:05 p.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream)TBA vs. Ryan Weathers (2-0, 2.16) *Listed as TBA on milb.com Scouting the opposition Mississippi Braves8-7 (T-2nd in SL South)Offense: 56 R (4th) .700 OPS (3rd)Pitching: 2.77 ERA (2nd) 1.36 WHIP (9th)Top-30 prospects: RHP Ian Anderson (2), OF Drew Waters (7), OF Cristian Pache (8), LHP Kyle Muller (11), LHP Joey Wentz (12), RHP Patrick Weigel (13), 3B CJ Alexander (18), RHP Huascar Ynoa (19), LHP Tucker Davidson (21), SS Ray-Patrick Didder (30) Tampa Tarpons (Yankees)6-11 (T-4th in FSL North)Offense: 76 R (2nd) .645 OPS (6th)Pitching: 4.22 ERA (11th) 1.42 WHIP (12th)Top-30 prospects: OF Estevan Florial (1), RHP Deivi Garcia (6), RHP Clarke Schmidt (13), C Jason Lopez (21), RHP Frank German (23) Fort Wayne TinCaps (San Diego)9-7 (T-2nd in MWL East)Offense: 76 R (3rd) .651 OPS (11th)Pitching: 3.55 ERA (9th) 1.31 WHIP (5th)Top-30 prospects: LHP Ryan Weathers (13), SS Xavier Edwards (21) Daily news and links Friend of the site Jason Collette asked an interesting question about the MLB ball in Triple A that I hadn’t considered: I could see it. Balance is the benefit of getting used to the ball vs. the confidence crushing 6.00 era that may come with the promotion.— JJ Cooper (@jjcoop36) April 20, 2019 Breaking down @milb pitching strikeouts by organization and level. pic.twitter.com/YDs1VPTUH8— Daren Willman (@darenw) April 21, 2019
813Area has new update 14 hours ago Quick Strikes: Burns, Giordano, and Hedman named 2019 Norris Trophy nominees
Let the posthumous award nominations for a tragically short season continue. Victor Hedman has joined Brent Burns and Mark Giordano as this summer’s Norris Trophy finalists -- Hedman’s third year in a row being nominated (he took the award home last summer). Back in January when the Professional Hockey Writer’s Association voted on “midseason” awards, the results were quite different -- Morgan Rielly got the nod alongside Giordano and Burns, not Hedman. The rationale for the change is pretty sound, and Lauren laid it out for us in her article at the end of March. Burns, Giordano, Rielly, and Carlson are still the top four in defenseman scoring as of [March 29], but Hedman has put up more points than the last three since the [All Star] break (albeit just one point). Although the Norris nominees have usually been those high in scoring among defensemen, it’s not the only thing considered for a nomination (at least, it shouldn’t be). Despite his overall point totals, Hedman is third in the NHL among defensemen in WAR (wins above replacement) behind Rielly and Carlson. Does Raw Charge think he’ll win? Not this year. Based on the seasons that past winners have had (as well as his current competition), Hedman probably hasn’t had a strong enough season offensively to really win the Norris this season (Giordano will probably win it this year). However, Hedman’s defensive game hasn’t faltered this season on a Lightning team who can sometimes struggle in their own end. Anyway, here’s the nomination press release: Hedman voted Norris Trophy finalist [Tampa Bay Lightning] The reigning Norris Trophy winner registered 12-42-54 in 70 games as the anchor of a Lightning defense that allowed the fifth-fewest goals in the League en route to tying the NHL record for wins in one season. Hedman topped Tampa Bay blueliners in average time on ice for the sixth consecutive season (22:46) while logging a +24 rating, tied for ninth among all League defensemen. He also scored 10-plus goals for the sixth straight year, tied for the longest such streak among NHL blueliners (w/ Burns, Giordano, Oliver Ekman-Larsson and Roman Josi). The other thing that happened yesterday in Tampa Bay Lightning news is this. The organization took out an apologetic advertisement in the Tampa Bay Times, signed by all of the players, promising to “do all that we can this summer and throughout next season to ensure a better result for all of us in 2019-20.” From our players to you, as seen in today’s @tbtimes_sports. ?? pic.twitter.com/jrwX4PSdc0— Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) April 21, 2019 This off-season won’t just be a test for the players, but for Julien BriseBois too — it’ll be his first summer flying solo, with a lot of salary cap considerations to juggle. The TBTimes wrote this up, but Raw Charge will do our own treatment of this in a week or two. Salary-cap shadow looms over Lightning’s roster [Tampa Bay Times, paid content] Ryan Callahan, Braydon Coburn, Dan Girardi, Anton Stralman It’s probable that at least one of these players has worn his Lightning jersey for the last time. Callahan, Coburn and Girardi are the eldest on the roster at 34 (Girardi turns 35 on April 29), and Stralman is 32 (33 on Aug. 1). Forward Callahan, signed for one more season at $5.8 million, did not play as much as he has in seasons prior, partially due to injuries. Defensemen Girardi ($3 million) and Stralman ($4.5 million), who can be unrestricted free agents July 1, were out for much of the latter part of the season hurt. Defenseman Coburn ($3.7 million) also can be an unrestricted free agent. If the Lightning wants any of the free agents back, it’s possible that for family reasons they would take less money to stick around so they could finish their careers in Tampa Bay while making cap room. The Prospects After a painful loss in Game 2, the Syracuse Crunch are looking to take back the ice in Game 3. Watch this video from Spectrum Syracuse. We’re bringing this series back to Syracuse. #CalderCup | #RaiseIt pic.twitter.com/oTZIS4JfKu— y - Syracuse Crunch (@SyracuseCrunch) April 21, 2019 PHOTO ALBUM: @monstershockey at @SyracuseCrunch fr. 4/19/19. @TheAHL #CalderCup #Syracuse #Cleveland #hockey #sports #photography https://t.co/sezyfdcuDd pic.twitter.com/04ojlBqUr9— Scott Thomas (@sthomasphotos) April 21, 2019 And then there’s Connor Ingram. My bro has babies born on 6/9 and 4/20. Legend.— Connor Ingram (@CBIngram1) April 21, 2019 Playoff recap from JustinG.: Boston 4, Toronto 2 (Series Tied 3-3) Why would Toronto make things easy for their fans by actually winning Game 6 at home? Nope they have to torture them with another Game 7. Morgan Rielly opened the scoring for the Leafs before the Bruins scored the next three (Brad Marchand, Torey Krug and Jake DeBrusk). Auston Matthews made things exciting with his fifth goal of the series four minutes into the period, but Toronto could not find the equalizer. Marchand sealed the deal with an empty net goal. The series moves to Boston for the big finish. [Pension Plan Puppets] The Leafs haven’t been near the Bruins net enough. A lot of their shooting is point shots, and I don’t know why some fans believe in them so fervently, but that’s not a good sign. If the Leafs can’t bust through to the net on a cycle, then they need rush chances, and they aren’t getting them because their movement through the neutral zone and into the offensive zone is not great. Frederik Andersen are you kidding? #Leafs pic.twitter.com/cEF5nWjyhE— Omar (@OLW93) April 21, 2019 San Jose 2, Vegas 1 (2OT) (Series Tied at 3) Tomas Hertl scored shorthanded midway through the second overtime to send the series back to San Jose tied. His goal, and Martin Jones franchise-record 58 saves, kept the Sharks from becoming yet another higher seed eliminated in the first round. Logan Couture opened the scoring for San Jose while former Lightning Jonathan Marchessault was the lone Golden Knight who beat Jones. [Knights on Ice] It’s hard not to feel the gut punch that this game represented. Vegas had its second opportunity to put the Sharks away but failed to do so despite dominating the game early and often. Now both teams have the same number of victories and both stand one win away from advancing to round two. Shorthanded in double OT. That's all she wrote thanks to @TomasHertl48. #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/h2kkHRUv0i— NHL (@NHL) April 22, 2019
Tampa Bay Business Journal has new update
15 hours ago Meet Douglas O'Dowd, a 2019 CFO of the Year honoree
Douglas O'Dowd Chief financial officer College Hunks Hauling Junk & Moving What inspired you to become a finance executive? When I was an auditor for Deloitte years ago, I was always impressed at the interaction of the CFO with the other parts of the organization. It made me realize I could use my "accounting" background as a stepping stone to learning about other parts of the organization from contracts, HR, and operations. The job was much more than the debits and credits we learned in school…
Tampa Bay Business Journal has new update
15 hours ago Meet John Carradine, a 2019 CFO of the Year honoree
John Carradine Chief financial officer/chief operating officer A-LIGN What inspired you to become a finance executive? Like a lot of CFO's, I started my career in public accounting, at a predecessor firm to Ernst & Young. I pretty quickly determined that public accounting was not for me, so I moved to a mid-sized company that was going public. It soon became obvious to me that the pinnacle of my career would be to become CFO of a publicly traded company, and because I really enjoyed what I was…
Allison Koehler commented on Best Brunch in Seminole Heights
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Hi Bianca! Welcome to MyArea Network! Thanks for registering and taking the time to post your feedback. By no means to I claim to be an expert; I was assigned this topic by my editor and instructed to write it in "listicle" format. I researched using the restaurant web sites, as well as Facebook and Yelp reviews. I have been to many of these spots, however, this is not a blog format, which is why I did not inject any personal experience. Writers are constantly learning and I felt like I learned a lot putting this listicle together.
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Matthew Lumley on Cardinal Carports
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Cardinal Carports
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They were great to work with. We ordered but, had to delay the installation. They had no problem working with us. When they arrived we realized that we didn't need one of the sides. It was no problem to get them to revise the invoice. Great company to work with.

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Paying top dollar for cars!

Bianca Silverton commented on Best Brunch in Seminole Heights
5 days ago
*world. I'm just saying as someone that was born and raised in Seminole Heights, the fact you dismissed these beloved places as if they were chain restaurants is sad. You are cleaely new to the area and need to do a bit more research before acting as if you are an expert....frustrated to say the least.
Bianca Silverton commented on Best Brunch in Seminole Heights
5 days ago
Was searching this site for good Brunch places for my girlfriends and I and happened upon this article. Frankly, it sounds like youve never set foot in half if not all of these places. Id expect some personal accounts, which is why I came to this type of site. These are generic descriptions that could be about ANY place ANY place in the work

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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

Seasons 52 Wine Bar & Grill

204 N Westshore Blvd , Tampa FL, 33609
Join us for Sunset at Seasons, our happiest hour, for chef-inspired $5 small plates, signature cocktails, and 52 wines by the glass. M-F 4-6:30pm.

Hush Gentleman's Club

3260 W Hillsborough Ave , Tampa FL, 33614
Free entry 12:00pm - 8:00pm
2-4-1 drinks every day from 12:00pm to 7:30pm

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Silks Poker Room

11225 Race Track Rd , Tampa FL, 33626
Daily Tournaments at 1 and 7 PM, or 1 and 6:30 PM