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Food trucks roll in; artist P. Buckley Moss; Talbots closing

Largo

Food Truck Rally parks in Pinellas on Saturday

The food truck rally craze comes to Pinellas on Saturday, as Tasting Tampa hosts the Pinellas Food Truck Rally. "Bring a lawn chair, bring your family and expect good food,'' said Todd Sturtz, owner of Tasting Tampa, who has lined up about 20 food trucks, including the Taco Bus, Wicked 'Wiches, Fire Monkey and Fat Tortillas. It will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the 500 block of East Bay Drive on the corner of the property that houses Barley Mow Brewing Co. Prices for food will start at $2.

St. Petersburg

P. Buckley Moss will sign art at gallery

Artist P. Buckley Moss will be at Finn Gallery at 176 Fourth Ave. NE on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Guests are invited to bring Moss pieces from their private collection for personalization or to just mingle with the artist and take in her art displayed at the gallery. She will be there Friday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Call (727) 894-2899 for information or go to finngallery.com.

St. Petersburg

Talbots on Fourth having a closing sale

The Talbots at 5004 Fourth St. N is closing Jan. 8. It is one of 100 smaller stores the chain is closing throughout the country. Clothes, shoes, accessories, furniture and fixtures are all on sale and will be continually marked lower until the store closes.

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