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Sustainable Collaboration at the Glass House benefits Pier Aquarium, Beth Morean Arts Center

St. Petersburg

Benefit for arts center, aquarium is Saturday

A Sustainable Collaboration at the Glass House, a benefit for the Pier Aquarium and the Beth Morean Arts Center, is 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday in the penthouse at 475 Second St. N. Bay area culinary experts will prepare appetizer-size offerings featuring sustainable seafood and locally grown and harvested produce. Wine pairings will be suggested by Brad Dixon, sommelier at Bern's Steak House in Tampa. Admission is $125. For information, call (727) 803-9799, ext. 206.

Pinellas Park

Health forum will be May 19 at arts center

A Health and Wellness Forum is 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 19 at the Pinellas Park Performing Arts Center, 4951 78th Ave. N. A panel of physicians will discuss the cause and prevention of illnesses such as heart disease, strokes, prostate and breast cancer. The forum is presented by the Pinellas Park Gateway Chamber of Commerce and Gateway Radiology. The cost is $10. Register at (727) 544.4777 or online at

St. Petersburg

Dunkin' Donuts set for 34th Street S

A new Dunkin' Donuts is going up on 34th Street S next to Denny's. The 1,797-square-foot restaurant at 4000 34th St. S is expected to open early next year. It will have a drive-through window.

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