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Ant and the Aunts

A Tampa rock and roll band has found themselves banned from playing a number of live music venues following one disastrous gig at Fisherman’s Pub. “It sucks that these places just can’t deal with our realness,” said Antoni ‘Ant’ Antininon, lead singer for Ant and The Aunts. “Censorship is alive and well in Tampa. At…

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Hubble telescope takes job as grocery bagger at Publix

Hubble at Publix

Now that NASA’s new James Webb Space Telescope is operational and transmitting spectacular, incredibly detailed infrared light images of a nearby, young, star-forming region called NGC 3324 in the Carina Nebula, the Hubble Space Telescope has been rendered basically obsolete. “Yeah, I guess they don’t need good ol’ Hub anymore,” said the Hubble with a…

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Best Things to Do on Nebraska Avenue Tampa

Best Things to Don On Nebraska Avenue

5. Drive The world-famous Nebraska Avenue runs North and South from Lutz to Downtown Tampa, ending abruptly just outside of Channelside. Much of the road is a single lane each way, accompanied by a barrier-free bike lane, occasional bus stops, and merge lanes that can be used to overtake the competition.  Once drivers cross Hillsborough…

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Nebraska Avenue Crack House to Reopen as Luxury Hotel

Nebraska Avenue Crack House to Reopen as luxury hotel

The infamous drug den that was shut down after police got tired of responding to calls in the area, is reopening its doors as one of the finest places to get some sleep in the city’s most well-known street. “We’ve given this crack house one hell of makeover,” said project lead architect Uris Monglo while…

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Tampa freelance sex entrepreneurs feel tax increases on prophylactics

Tampa – Nebraska Avenue – Wednesday, 1.23.2019 Entrepreneurs in Tampa’s North Nebraska Avenue area are feeling the crunch from the tax increases that took effect on January 1st. As part of the referendum approved by voters in November, which also brought the sales tax rate to 8.5%, The County and City governments will be collecting…

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