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Arm the Teaching Populace

Many people question and wonder why schools are targets in horrific acts of violence.  The simple answer, which still remains, schools are soft targets. The inability of these places to defend themselves is exactly why they are targeted. Many lawmakers have used these shootings to push their anti-gun agenda, as gun grabbers simply believe that […]

39th Annual Toy Run

The SunCoast Brotherhood held its 39th annual Toy Run on Sunday the 15th to benefit needy children in the area.  Over 2000 motorcycles, almost all Harley’s, participated in the run that went from the Walmart on US 19 to American Legion Post 275 in Dunedin. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Bulls Get Run Over On Senior Day

The USF Bulls once again got off to a quick start against a ranked opponent in #18 Memphis but unfortunately for the Seniors on the team and the fans in the stands, the lead was fleeting. On Senior Day at Raymond James Stadium, Memphis attacked the Bulls with their five-headed monster at tailback for a […]

No Balls for the Kids, Booo-Jays

This photo shows a kindergarten class room of Curtis Fundamental Elementary School on the left and an uncompleted bar at  TD Ballpark spring training home of the Blue Jays in Dunedin on the right.  No only do the two sites share a common boundary but students can look up into the bar area while fans […]

Bulls Drop A Heartbreaker To Cincy On Last Second Field Goal

There are three phases in all levels of football and unfortunately for the USF Bulls, their special teams had some issues on Saturday Night at Raymond James Stadium against Cincinnati. After USF missed four goals and with the score tied at 17, Bearcats graduate-transfer kicker Sam Crosa hit a 37 yarder to give his team […]

Sarasota Raises Money For Veterans

          The Saturday before Veteran’s Day, May Lane in Sarasota was home to the first “Veteran’s Day Block Party.” Kicking off at 4PM, the smooth and calming sounds of yoga music performed by Enrique Casados and Iye Yassine flowed down the closed-off street, as people from across the Tampa Bay Area joined OWR President Kendra […]

Sarasota Raises Money For Veterans

The Saturday before Veterans Day May Lane in Sarasota was home to the first “Veterans Day Block Party”. Kicking off at 4PM, the smooth and calming sounds of yoga music performed by Enrique Casados and Iye Yassine flowed down the closed off street, as people from across the Tampa Bay Area joined OWR President Kendra […]

Outhouse Construction

They might just have thought of everything during the reconstruction of Dunedin Stadium at Grant Field spring training home of the Toronto Blue Jays.  This photo shows the construction of a rest stop on the walkway halfway  between the foul poles located behind the stadium’s batters eye.  Hopefully no one will any problems seeking relief  […]

Lightning’s Late Heroics Glove a Victory on a Special Night

It was a special night on the bright stage of NBC Sports with real American heroes and the iconic Doc Emrick on the call. With stage set the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Pittsburgh Penguins put on a show that was worthy. But before the Lightning and Penguins even went on stage, the real stars […]

Knockouts Galore at the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship 8 in Tampa

Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship once again made Tampa and the Florida Fairgrounds it’s home on Saturday night. Two big named ex UFC fighters headlined the 9 fight main BKFC PPV card with Antonio “Big Foot” Silva taking on Gabriel Gonzaga.  Both fighters have a combined 61 fights in the MMA and have never fought each […]