ICYMI: Today on cltampa.com …

And here's some stories you may have missed from over the weekend:


Rand Paul takes on the prison industrial complex …


 Attention to detail: Linda Saul-Sena has put together an architectural quiz for sharp-eyed readers …


James Franco in Spring Breakers
  • James Franco in Spring Breakers
 It was an insane weekend at the multiplex, with Spring Breakers, Olympus Has Fallen, The Croods, Stoker and Admission all premiering while the Gasparilla International Film Festival was still going on …



Eli Crawford, of Eli's Bar B Que, has died at 71 …



Activists supporting Medicaid expansion march to Will Weatherford's office …


The 2013 Photo Issue contest finalists and winners have been revealed …

Happy Monday everyone. It's been a busy day here at Creative Loafing. Here's a rundown of today's top stories at cltampa.com and on Daily Loaf …

 Always be ranting: CL Contributor Kent Roberts chats with Dennis Miller, the comedian/talking head unloading in advance of his appearance at St. Pete's Mahaffey Theater this Sat., March 30.

Lighting Coach Guy Boucher has been fired. Good move or cheap scapegoating by a team desperate to regain championship form?

 Congresswoman Kathy Castor says economic sanctions against Cuba no longer make sense. (Cue the Rubio explosion in 3 … 2 … 1 …)

JPMorgan Chase to hold annual shareholder meeting in Tampa for the second year in a row. They like us, they really like us …

Times columnist Daniel Ruth is headed back onto the radio. Ruth will host his own show starting this Sat., March 30 at 10 a.m. on WWBA 820 AM …

 Mitch Perry declares Florida the center of basketball in America (for this week at least) …

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