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New Restaurants and Bars in Seminole Heights
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24AprMax Frost at Crowbar
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LOve hearing about the cool new places to try !
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Robert Berg Chief financial officer CoreRx Pharma What inspired you to become a finance executive? I started in college as a chemistry major but was exposed to a business/economics course which I really enjoyed, so eventually switched majors with the hope to work on Wall Street. My first job out of college was a junior accountant and I have worn many financial hats since then. What drives you to succeed? When I was younger I was very competitive and used to be a pole vaulter. I always worked…
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and the Bunch of Jerks survive. The Bolts We’ve rather quickly reached the summer mode of the Tampa Bay Lightning’s season, so there’s not much news going around the NHL squad. The one thing that is beginning is the 2019 IIHF Men’s World Hockey Championships in Bratislava and Kosice, Slovakia. Bolts rookie defenseman Erik Cernak will suit up in the red, white, and blue colors of Slovakia in his home country, which should be a very exciting experience for him. The tournament will begin on May 10th with 16 teams, including the USA, Canada, France, Italy, and England (for the first time!) taking part in the round-robin plus bracket-style affair. Cousins Erik ?ernák and Christián Jaroš will play for Slovakia at the 2019 IIHF World Hockey Championships in their hometown of Košice. pic.twitter.com/tkxrRkPjJt— Complete Hockey News (@CompleteHkyNews) April 21, 2019 The Prospects The AHL Syracuse Crunch are in Cleveland, Ohio at this moment, preparing for game three of their five-game series against the Cleveland Monsters. The Crunch are down 0-2, and are fighting elimination, but hope always springs eternal. Cleveland, OH#RaiseIt pic.twitter.com/j54q9G43lJ— y - Syracuse Crunch (@SyracuseCrunch) April 22, 2019 It has been a very successful regular season for the Crunch, but not for a few players. Daniel Walcott, Michael Bournival, and Kevin Lynch all suffered severe injuries and barely got a chance to help their team all year. Here is their stories. [Syracuse] All three veterans pushed through the months and months of rehab required to fight their way back to playing shape. And then all three endured the demoralizing twists of additional injuries that set them back long-term, making them spectators as Syracuse battles Cleveland in a North Division semifinal series. Crunchman took the day with the Upstate University Hospital spreading awareness for Earth Day and healthy living with some other mascot friends. We’re celebrating #EarthDay at @UpstateNews’s Kick Butts event. pic.twitter.com/lMQZhjf2W5— y - Syracuse Crunch (@SyracuseCrunch) April 22, 2019 And finally, it’s pretty cool to see Mike McKenna still carry around his Syracuse Crunch bag at home. He was a hero for the Crunch in his time with the team and an even bigger hero in the Calder Cup Finals last spring against Toronto. Hopefully he gets a chance at either Cup sometime soon. What can I do but laugh? pic.twitter.com/f6Y3CzqWJ6— Mike McKenna (@MikeMcKenna56) April 22, 2019 The Game The Dallas Stars completed the upset over the higher-seeded Nashville Predators in six games. Former Bolt Ben Bishop stopped 212 of 218 shots, including 47 in the game six overtime win to send the Preds home. [Defending Big D] Without another heroic effort by starting netminder (and Vezina finalist) Ben Bishop, this game would have had a much different outcome. However, that’s been the story of the Stars all season. They just find a way to win those close games and make most of the huge efforts of their netminders stand up. Just as they did again tonight. Dobby saw no one was hugging Bishop so he decided to change that. #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/2VgnrSvEdy— NHL GIFs (@NHLGIFs) April 23, 2019 In the East, the Washington Capitals and Carolina Hurricanes are heading to game seven after the Canes won 5-2 at home in Game six. Another potential upset? [Canes Country] The Canes had a bit of a slow start early in the first. A rare lapse in judgement from Sebastian Aho early on in the first period allowed for Nick Dowd to receive a pass in front of the net unhindered, and he made easy work of Mrazek as he shelved a puck to the glove side to give the Caps a 1-0 lead. The obvious narrative at this point was that the first goal scorer in the past five games of the series went on to win the game. But this game, things changed. .@JustinWilliams has a habit of coming up big pic.twitter.com/S8MwxxayLE— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) April 23, 2019 If you look on the NHL website (I don’t know why anyone would), but you could see for years that the NHL had a tab that said “NHL Green” and it never really had anything of substance on the site. Today, the logo came back and the NHL announced that they will pay the monetary equivalent of using approximately 2,000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide emitted into the air. It essentially donated the money to the Bonneville Environmental Foundation. [NHL dot com] Today, the National Hockey League (NHL) announced it will purchase carbon offsets in an effort to shrink its environmental footprint. This marks the first time the League will offset carbon emissions caused by air travel for games during the Stanley Cup® Playoffs. As part of its commitment to sustainable business practices, and in celebration of Earth Day, the NHL® will purchase carbon offsets for all four rounds of the postseason, equaling approximately 2,000 metric-tons of CO2 emissions. NHL to offset player air travel during 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs to celebrate Earth Day. Details: https://t.co/eobVRzjzSf #EarthDay #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/edOZOAFdPS— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) April 22, 2019 The Boston Bruins are really good at playing dirty and trolling the world to think it is not they that are the bad guys. Like an evil older brother. This “breaking news” from the Boston-area media is something else. Bruins bring complaint to series supervisor about Maple Leafs' tripping tactics @HackswithHaggs https://t.co/dgq0CiMw9x pic.twitter.com/BJvOLJK4Zf— NBC Sports Boston (@NBCSBoston) April 22, 2019 And finally, which is a better landing spot for Artemi Panarin: the New York Rangers or Florida Panthers? [Blueshirt Banter] Regardless of what happens with the Blue Jackets in the postseason, Panarin will become a free agent on July 1. He and Erik Karlsson — if he gets there — will be the two most-desired players on the market. Both are players who can alter the fate of a franchise, which means that they will have no shortage of suitors. Highlight of the Night: The Stars OT winner. .@johnklingberg wins it in OT and the @DallasStars advance! #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/M24T5lFRSS— NHL GIFs (@NHLGIFs) April 23, 2019
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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.

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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!

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Great club, have different music in each floor!

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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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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.

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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.

Wednesday Specials in Tampa

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 LUNCH BUFFETT 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 2-4-1 drinks

District Tavern

116 N 12th St , Tampa FL, 33602
Happy Hour Drink & Food Specials 4-7 PM
All You Can Wine, Starting at $20 From 7-9pm