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Briefs: Art projects focus on tea as medium, subject

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Art projects focus on tea as

medium, subject

The Hooker Tea Co. and Creative Clay have begun a series of tea-inspired art projects using tea as a medium and subject. Participants meet at Creative Clay on Thursdays through May 8 to create art before a final event May 23 at the Hooker Tea Co. when the artwork and a new tea, benefiting Creative Clay, will be unveiled. Activities include tea tasting, dying paper with tea, and making mandalas of tea leaves and tea-leaf bottle cap magnets. Visit or call 894-4832.

St. Petersburg

EVOS offers sips, slurps on Earth Day

EVOS restaurants plan to shake things up on Earth Day on Tuesday by offering free organic, low-fat milkshakes to customers. EVOS, which is based in Tampa, is a fast-food restaurant with healthy, green overtones. The company's corporate philosophy is "Earth Day. Every Day." EVOS has three Tampa locations and one in St. Petersburg, at 2631 Fourth St. N. Visit


Cool Tech 2008 will

show off technology

The Tampa Bay Technology Forum seeks technology for its Cool Tech 2008 event June 12 at the Tampa Convention Center. The event includes technology exhibits; a presentation by Russell Romanella, director of the international space station at NASA's Kennedy Space Center; networking opportunities; and Cool Tech awards. TBTF seeks exhibitors in clean or green tech, aerospace, marine technology, consumer technology, biotech and medical, and emerging technology. Applications are accepted through May 12. Visit or call (813) 341-8283.

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