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  1. On your radar: free Edwin McCain show, First&&ABCENDABC;; Friday in St. Pete and 'Jaws' on a pool float


    Edwin McCain: The singer-songwriter from South Carolina, known for his ballad I'll Be performs a free concert at 7 p.m. at the Venue, 2675 Ulmerton Road, St. Petersburg. …

  2. Review: Pelican Pop Fe st highlights a busy First&&ABCENDABC;; Friday in St. Petersburg

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    On Friday, St. Petersburg got it right. …

  3. See photos from First&&ABCENDABC;; Friday in downtown St. Petersburg

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    Were you dancing in the streets la st night in downtown St. Petersburg? Lots of other folks were, and photographer Andrea Lypka captured photos of the monthly outdoor party,  Get Downtown. Take a look, see who was letting loose on Friday night: …

  4. All Eyes gallery: SPCA stages pet adoption day at St. Pete YMCA (w/video)


    The SPCA of Tampa Bay teamed up with the Jim and Heather Gills YMCA for a pet adoption event outside of the YMCA on First&&ABCENDABC;; Avenue S in St. Petersburg on Friday. In addition to dogs, they brought along kittens, gerbils, rabbits, guinea pigs and a ferret.

    Elaine Hoffman stops to say hello to a kitten as she comes out from a workout at the Jim and Heather Gills YMCA in St. Petersburg Friday morning. When asked if she was going to adopt a pet today, Hoffman said to the kitty, "I doubt it, although I'd like to take you home." Hoffman said her home already includes two cats and a dog.
  5. Stage Planner: Toa sting the new year with ballet, waltzes and theater


    Even if the new year makes some of us feel a little old, here's one way to finish 2016 on an upbeat note. The State Ballet Theatre of Russia on Friday performs Swan Lake, which has given composer Tchaikovsky a breath of immortality. …

    Salute to Vienna.
  6. 5 things to do under $5 Sept. 1-7: Museum discounts, cactus show, Celebrate Oldsmar


    NOTE: The Celebrate Oldsmar event li sted below has been changed since this item was first&&ABCENDABC;; posted. To avoid the rain from the tropical weather system, Friday events were moved to Sunday.  …

    Palm River Elementary students try to catch bubbles after a bubble art session at the Glazer Childrens Museum in 2012.
  7. Music Planner: Party with Colt Ford, the Sh-Booms; Busch Gardens launches music series



    For music planner on 1/5/17: Handout photo of Shirelles singer Shirley Alston Reeves, performing at Busch Gardens the week of Jan. 9-14. Credit: Courtesy of Busch Gardens.
  8. Tracy Morgan talks recovery, return to comedy and more

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    Thursday is Tracy Morgan's 48th birthday. No longer the wild man who wanted to take the world around the back of a middle school and get it pregnant, he says he ju st wants to celebrate quietly, "something simple at my house with my family." …

  9. Plan your weekend Sept. 2-5: Labor Day parties, Dog Day at the Rays, First&&ABCENDABC;; Friday


    Plan your weekend Labor Day Long weekend: As we say goodbye to summer, cities around Tampa Bay are celebrating the long Labor Day weekend. …

  10. Things to do


    Animals/Pets Jack Hanna's Into the Wild The four- time Emmy Award winning animal expert introduces animals as he shares stories and film footage from his travels around the world. $29.50-$47.50. Mahaffey Theater, 400 First&&ABCENDABC;; St. S, St. Petersburg. (727) 893-7832. 3 p.m. Sunday. Benefits D.A.N. Run …

  11. Stage Planner: Junkyard percussion, 'Pirates of Penzance' in space, tickets on sale for Legend of Zelda concert


    If you check out Recycled Percussion on YouTube, it's impossible to avoid one conclusion: These guys are having fun. …

    Recycled Percussion guitarist Matt Bowman.
  12. Weekend concert roundup: Mary J. Blige, Lil Wayne, John Lydon, Warrant, Ratt and the Florida Orche stra

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    It was a major weekend for live music in Tampa Bay. Maybe you couldn't get to all the big shows in town, or maybe you stayed firmly on the couch with Netflix. No worries. Check out these reviews from our pop music/culture critic Jay Cridlin and correspondent Jim Harper, and you'll feel like you were there. …

    Angling for a "Get out of jail free" card, it's John Lydon at the State Theatre.
  13. How did Jannus Live in St. Petersburg become a hub for reggae-rock bands like SOJA, Rebelution and Sublime With Rome?

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    Eric Rachmany is trying to count how many times he's played St. Petersburg. "Oh, man," says the singer of Santa Barbara, Calif. group Rebelution. "I'd say, like, 15 times, maybe?" …

    Sublime With Rome during a two-night stint at Jannus Live in 2010.
  14. Wedding Week Shopping Planner: Perusing is for lovers

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    Are you somebody's better half? If so, this week's edition of Shopping Planner is for you. Perhaps you've noticed that it's Wedding Week here at Deal Divas HQ, but prepare to have your minds blown because it is also Valentine's Day Week. Here are some darling love-centric events coming up this weekend and beyond: …

    Designer Yuki Osada will sell her line of handmade, screenprinted paper goods and home goods at the St. Pete Indie Market on the rooftop of Station House St. Pete this weekend.
  15. This week in Tampa: Darius Rucker, 'Weird Al' Yankovic, Gogol Bordello and more

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    It's June, so it's officially summer concert season. …

  16. This week in Tampa: Dierks Bentley, G-Eazy, 98 Degrees, Bret Michaels and more

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    It's a busy weekend at Tampa's MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre has a busy weekend coming up. …

  17. This week in Tampa: Slipknot, Flo Rida, Nicky Jam, Culture Club, Vans Warped Tour and more

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    As we enter a three-day weekend, we find ourselves overloaded with music options. …

  18. This week in Tampa: Pearl Jam, Tampa Bay Blues Fe stival, USF Bull stock, Dawes and more

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    One of Tampa Bay's bigge st fe stivals flies back into town this weekend, as the Tampa Bay Blues Fe st gets going with Aaron Neville, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Walter Trout, JJ Grey and Mofro and more. …

  19. This week in Tampa: Cannibal Corpse, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Ru sted Root and more

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    March is normally one of the busie st months on the concert calendar. But after back-to-back weekends of fe stival insanity, we can all take a step back with a relatively light weekend or two. Of course, if you're into metal, this is one of your busie st weeks of the year, as the Ritz Ybor will ho st concerts by Nightwish (above), Cannibal Corpse, Obituary, Abbath, Skeletonwitch, High On Fire, Sonata Arctica and more.  …

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