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Nicholas Day
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Vote for Your Favorite Ice Cream Shop in Tampa For National Ice Cream Month
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9JulThursday = Dollar Beers
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Today at 08:00 PM - Jul 10, 03:00 AM

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8Jul$1 Drink Wednesday's
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813Area has new update 19 hours ago Lightning Round: NHL post season tentatively begin on August 1, per McKenzie
Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports And the Habs could target ... Sergachev?! Per Uncle Bob, the NHL will tentatively begin playoffs on August 1, as long as COVID can be kept under control and Phase 4 of reopening takes place. If that date doesn’t get pushed back, as previously reported, teams could report to the Hub cities of Toronto (Eastern Conference) and Edmonton (Western Conference) on or about July 26 with meaningful games (Phase 4) to begin play on or about Aug. 1.— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) July 6, 2020 Here is when the Lightning will start training camp, playoff tournament [Bizjournals] Assuming the league does not run into any major issues, teams are expected to report to their hub cities, Toronto for the Lightning and remaining Eastern Conference teams and Edmonton for the Western Conference teams, on July 26. Play would then resume on Aug. 1, Bob McKenzie of TSN reported. With a tentative Aug. 1 date, the NHL is one of the last major sports leagues in Tampa Bay to resume its reason. Because the playoff bracket is going to involve a top-four round robin to gain seeding to play the bottom-seeded play-in team, every possible Eastern play-in team could potentially play the Lightning in the second round. (For a quick refresher, which I also needed, here’s the current plan.) Because of that, fans of teams like the Flyers are already trying to decide which player could properly kick Tampa’s butt. Top Five (Philly) Performers against Tampa Bay [Phillysportsnetwork.com] Because Columbus took us down, they all think they can, eh? Giroux also will likely show up on most of our top five pieces, which is perfectly okay if you ask me. He has played in 37 games against Tampa, where he registers over a point per game (38 points). His one goal against Tampa, as shown below, could easily bring him to the top spot alone, as he displayed his pure dominance in that play. He may be a -4 against them, but if the captain needs to give a little defensively to put up a point-per-game average, that’s a fair trade off. NHL, players’ union announce plan to resume play on Aug. 1 [Tampa Bay Times] The bad news? The cap is flat: The salary cap will be fixed at $81.5 million (this season’s figure) until hockey-related revenue returns to $4.8 billion (the amount projected for this season before the pandemic). Then the cap will be calculated using a new formula to address the difference between projection and realized revenue. The good news? Olympics! The league will make its players available for the 2022 and 2026 Games, pending negotiation with the International Ice Hockey Federation and the International Olympics Committee. Speaking of the flat cap, THW wrote about one possible free agent that the Habs could target. Canadiens Can Find Opportunity in a Flat Cap [THW] How does this benefit Montreal Canadiens’ general manager (GM), Marc Bergevin? A flat cap will hit hard the teams that are against the cap, as most if not all will have key players to re-sign or let go. The obvious target would be defenceman and former Canadiens draft pick, Mikhail Sergachev. While his impact on the PP is only marginally better than Dunn’s, his play at 5v5 and his overall potential is what Bergevin would be paying for. Sergachev could command a bridge deal worth $7 million per season. He would fit one of the Habs’ organizational needs perfectly at the ceiling of what they can afford. No, pls. Some late (good news) did come across the wire as the NHLPA’s Executive Board approved the tentative CBA and Return to Play protocols. Now the full membership of the NHLPA will vote on the agreement, a process expected to be completed within 48 hours. [NHLPA Twitter] Anyway. It’s Wednesday and it really should be Friday, so let’s imagine for a second.
Tampa Bay Business Journal has new update
19 hours ago Bank of America closes Tampa Bay area branches in response to Covid-19 surge
Bank of America has temporarily closed several of its branches in the Tampa Bay area, as Covid-19 cases continue to grow around the region and the state. Approximately 60 branches in the Tampa Bay region were closed, according to Bank of America's website. That accounts for about half of the 121 total branches the bank has in the region — tied for the most with Wells Fargo, according to the 2019 Book of Lists. Matthew Daily, a spokesman for Bank of America, said the reason the bank decided to…
10News WTSP has new update
20 hours ago Tampa restaurant voluntarily closes dining room to stop the spread of COVID-19
Gen X Tavern is now open for take-out only, a decision made after management realized COVID-19 will continue to affect their staff and customers.
10News WTSP has new update
20 hours ago Free face coverings available in Venice beginning Wednesday
The face coverings will be handed out at several locations around the city
Carmine's Restaurant & Bar - Ybor has new update
2 days ago
Special COVID Hours Published now. We are open inside and outside. Plus delivery!
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Matthew Strickland
Review 2 days ago
International Cafe
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Relaxed environment with excellent/friendly service and low prices. Definitely worth a visit!

Piccola Italia Restaurant
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Staff is just incredible. They treat you right, they let you know if there's a delay (which rarely happens), and they are just so incredibly friendly. I recommend starting off with the combo appetizer of eggplant, calamari and zucchini, all breaded and deep fried. I usually go with the lasagna, but the tour of italy is a great option to try more delicious offerings.


Nicholas Day
Article 5 days ago
Moving to Wesley Chapel | Neighborhood Guide and Things to Know
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Vinny DeMarco on Exotic Cutz Barbershop
Review 5 days ago
Exotic Cutz Barbershop
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Check out Isaac a true professional and perfectionist

Pros: Book in advance

Elling Falconer
Article 1 week ago
Things To Do In SouthShore
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Jon Keating on Tampa Pizza Company | South Tampa
Review 1 week ago
Tampa Pizza Company | South Tampa
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Love the pear & gorgonzola pizza for a twist. The spicy sausage pizza is right up your alley if you like your mouth on fire like me!

Holly Hargett on Dough Nation | North Dale Mabry
Review 1 week ago
Dough Nation | North Dale Mabry
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This is some yummy ice cream! Infused with cookie dough, lots of flavors to pick from and everyone is always friendly!

Breanna Flynn
Article 1 week ago
Local Candidates Encourage the Tampa Community to Support Small Business Saturday Every Week
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Roy Strunin on BrandUp Strategy
Review 1 week ago
BrandUp Strategy
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If you are looking to grow a B2B business, it is worth speaking with BrandUp Strategy. Great insights and support

ray stru on BrandUp Strategy
Review 1 week ago
BrandUp Strategy
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BrandUp Strategy helped us grow our business and generate new sales. Excellent service, business insights, and responsiveness.

Pros: Service, Results and solutions designed for My business

Melody Javier on Johnson BBQ
Review 1 week ago
Johnson BBQ
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Racist place

Pros: None

Cons: Everything

Elisa Young on Lolis Mexican Cravings | Benjamin Road
Review 1 week ago
Lolis Mexican Cravings | Benjamin Road
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Amazing and absokutely delicious! Tacos are on made-on-site corn tortillas! Must try avocado sauce, it is to die for!!!!! Love love love!

Pros: FOOOOOOOD IS AMAZING!!!!

Cons: Parking limited

Thursday Specials in Tampa

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
6719 N Nebraska Ave , Tampa FL, 33604
Enjoy $1 off all alcoholic beverages from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday at this veggie-friendly Seminole Heights spot
6283 W Waters Ave , Tampa Fl, 33634
$15 STEM DAY
$15 per Student
3 Hour STEM Field Trip
Includes Pizza and Drinks per Student, 1 Hour of
STEM Education and 2 Hours of Open Play


Open-5 PM $20.00 Summer Fun Deal - Includes 1 Hour Tactical Laser Tag, 1 Hour Arcade Time Play Card, 1 Personal Pizza, 1 Fountain Soft Drink

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