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5 things I think about today’s St. Petersburg Times — and, yes, I did ‘out’ the new food critic

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Just another bad day for the St. Petersburg Times, which failed to convince a federal judge that the city of St. Petersburg new ban on street solicitation should be blocked while the mater winds its way through the courts.  Judge Lazzara said there was no question in his mind that the ordinance was content-neutral, narrowly tailored and that a significant government interest was at stake. The Times lost in court.  And it is also losing — badly, I might add —…

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5 things I think about today’s St. Petersburg Times — and, yes, I did ‘out’ the new food critic

in Peter/The Bay and the 'Burg by

Just another bad day for the St. Petersburg Times, which failed to convince a federal judge that the city of St. Petersburg’s new ban on street solicitation should be blocked while the matter winds its way through the courts.  Judge Lazzara said there was no question in his mind that the ordinance was content-neutral, narrowly tailored and that a significant government interest was at stake. The Times lost in court.  And it is also losing — badly, I might add —…

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Wednesday’s Food and Wine reader

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But first, the bad news: the nation’s economic crisis has catapulted the number of Americans who lack enough food to the highest level since the government has been keeping track, according to a new federal report, which shows that nearly 50 million people — including almost one child in four — struggled last year to get enough to eat. Laura Reiley, the wonderful food critic at The St. Petersburg Times, wrote a must-read post on her blog (appropriately titled “Restaurant…

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