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Joe Redner hopes to be allowed to grow his own cannabis as early as next week
In lawsuit against the Florida Department of Health, Tampa strip club owner Joe Redner says he has a right to own marijuana plants for medicinal uses. Redner, 77, is a lung cancer patient. [OCTAVIO JONES   |   Times]
Joe Redner, Tampas outspoken strip club owner and cancer patient, is hoping hell be able to legally grow his own marijuana plants soon. Redner, 77, made his case against the Florida Department of Health in a Tallahassee courtroom Wednesday on why...
Ken Brandon Jr. walks around the confederate monument, relocated earlier this month from the old Hillsborough County Courthouse to the Brandon family cemetery. The cemetery, at Brandon Boulevard and Lithia Pinecrest Road, was picked to appease opponents of the statue. [JAMES BORCHUCK  |  Times]
Confederate monument has quiet start at new Brandon home
Phil Hughes watches the Lightning play the Sharks last November on his laptop while on vacation in Bora Bora. (Photo by Phil Hughes)
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Photo by Rob Moorman
Floral designer Walter Bowen's interpretation of an art piece from 2017's Art in Bloom.
Catch LightHeaded before it closes, Art in Bloom returns

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Lottery changes 'Luck Yeah!' campaign over profanity concern
The New Hampshire Lottery Commission has replaced its "Luck Yeah!" ad campaign with "Win Time" over concerns that the original phrase sounded like profanity
The white horse inside this South Beach nightclub wont shut it down forever
Nightclub shut down after event with live horse to reopen
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