The weekends come and go. Some of them linger; others shoot by so fast we can hardly consider Friday before Monday's here. Let's not allow it all to slip past. Let's ruminate, shall we?
FRIDAY, MARCH 13:
Several members of the Tampa City Council voiced their displeasure over "attack ad" mailers bad-mouthing District 6 runoff candidate Guido Maniscalco by signing an angry letter. Someone will undoubtedly write something angry about their anger, which will incite the ire of another. And that's how politics works in America!
Members of the Florida Orchestra went above and beyond before their performance at All Children's Hospital in St. Pete by venturing into other areas of the hospital with their instruments and playing for some of the kids unable to attend the concert. It's nice to be nice.
SATURDAY, MARCH 14:
A Lakeland mom was arrested for intimidating a traffic guard at her child's school — for the second time in less than a week. Let's hope she at least got off a good line about her child "being crossed for the last time" as she did it.
Hunahpu's Day did a complete turnaround from last year's disaster. It's almost as if people are starting to realize the beer they paid $200 for wasn't meant to be chugged — or posted to eBay — on the spot.
SUNDAY, MARCH 15:
Jordan Spieth won the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook, beating out a field of competitors whose names I don't recognize because golf pros are all younger than me now so fuck them. Spieth's got an otherworldly short game, though.