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Mary and Jim to the End

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Produced by: Robert Farley, Scott Keeler, Richard Bockman, Desi

Before Jim Morrison became famous with the Doors, he and Mary Werbelow were soul mates. In the never-ending procession of Morrison biographies, she is mentioned briefly but never quoted. Google her, and not a single photo appears. She has never spoken publicly about their three years together - until now. More…


Hurricane Katrina Photo Gallery from St. Petersburg Times

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Produced by: The Times staff

The St. Petersburg Times' coverage of Hurricane Katrina with story archive and photo galleries. More…


Remembering WWII

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Produced by: St. Petersburg Times Staff

For six long years, 1939-'45, few people could escape the effects of a world at war. A generation was tested as perhaps none had been tested before. The impact would be felt for decades. This year, the 60th anniversary of the war's end, we look back to pay tribute to those involved and to learn from its enduring lessons. More…


The Man Who Would Be THE KING

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Produced by: Edmund Fountain, Desiree Perry

It's now or never for Kenny Grube, who has always wanted to be a rock star. He hopes to reach the promised land by impersonating Elvis. More…


A Day in the Life of Fort DeSoto Park

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Produced by: Don Morris, Desiree Perry and Lee Glynn

Stephen Leatherman, better known as "Dr. Beach," last month put Fort DeSoto Park's North Beach at the top of his annual list of America's best beaches. Don Morris decided to spend 24 hours in the Pinellas County park, beginning at 6 p.m. on a Friday, sketching its remarkable life. More…


Vanishing Wetlands

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Produced by: Craig Pittman, Matthew Waite, Lara Cerri and Lee G

Despite a presidential policy of "no net loss," Florida has lost at least 84,000 acres of wetlands in the past 15 years. How hard is it to get permission to destroy these "protected" areas? Just ask. More…


A Pipeline to Promise, or a Pipeline to Peril

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Produced by: Candace Rondeaux, Desiree Perry, Michael Guillén

The United States is betting the future of energy lies in the hard-to-reach Caspian Sea. With the $3.6 billion pipeline about to open it remains to be seen if the investment will show a return. More…


In Search of His Successor

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Produced by: Jeff Goertzen, Lee Glynn

As his six predecessors did, John Paul II left explicit instructions for choosing his successor in a document titled Universi Dominici Gregis. Building on centuries of tradition, the document instructs the cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church to gather at the Vatican no sooner than 15 days and no later than 20 days after the pope's death. More…


One Fine Day

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Produced by: Willie J. Allen Jr., Desiree Perry

Along more than 20 miles of sand, a day at the Pinellas County beaches takes on many connotations for people who are drawn there. From sunrise to sunset, our writers and photographer offer snapshots of the people who live, work and visit the shorelines by chronicling "A Day in the Life" of the beaches. More…


Art Angels, The

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Produced by: Don Morris, Desiree Perry

Art Angels: One is a nun, another a former nurse. One is a part-time clerk at Target, and one worked for the VA in Washington, D.C. They don't see their art as recreation. They see it as vital in helping treat cancer patients. All work part-time as artists-in-residence for the Arts in Medicine program at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute in Tampa. More…