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  1. Weather cancels First&&ABCENDABC;; Friday in St. Petersburg


    Friday's popular Get Downtown First&&ABCENDABC;; Friday event in St. Petersburg was canceled because of the weather, according to the event website. The monthly event that closes off part of Central Avenue downtown features live music and food, with proceeds from beer and wine sales benefiting area organizations. …

  2. Plan your weekend Oct. 21-23: Halloween parties, Mike Mills classical show, Stone Crab Weekend, MarineQue st and science fe stival


    Plan your weekend Concert …

  3. On your radar: First&&ABCENDABC;; Friday in St. Pete and an outdoors family flick


    Get Downtown First&&ABCENDABC;; Friday Music Series: The Tempests provide live music this month at the festivities between Second and Third streets on Central Avenue in downtown St. Petersburg. It starts at 5:30 p.m. Free. (727) 393-3597. …

  4. Bitter cold (of 50 degrees) cancels St. Pete's First&&ABCENDABC;; Friday


    Don't laugh, but St. Petersburg's First&&ABCENDABC;; Friday block party has been canceled because of the cold. …

  5. 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.

    Beth Crosa of St. Petersburg stops to say hello to a kitten as she heads in for a workout.
  6. Review: Pelican Pop Fe st highlights a busy First&&ABCENDABC;; Friday in St. Petersburg

    Sound Check

    On Friday, St. Petersburg got it right. …

  7. 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.
  8. Plan your weekend Oct. 14-16: Amy Schumer, Clearwater Jazz Holiday, Jurassic Que st, Pops in the Park


    Plan your weekend Comedy  …

  9. Stage planner: 'Il Trovatore' at St. Petersburg Opera Co., 40 whacks at the Straz



    Colleen Cherry plays the title role in Jobsite Theater’s rock musical, Lizzie. Photo by Pritchard Photography.
  10. 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. …

  11. 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. …

  12. 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: …

  13. Stage planner: Sunshine City Opera debuts, SPFe stival's many pop-up performers


    Sunshine City Opera, a new company, debuts this weekend, focused on new or rarely heard works. The company, founded by composer Erin Huelskamp, top, will present an hour's sampling of its vision at the Studio@620. …

    Wicked, the Tony-winning prequel to the Wizard of Oz, returns to the Straz Center in February.
  14. 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.
  15. Tampa launches first&&ABCENDABC;; Fourth Friday event along the Riverwalk


    TAMPA — With neon green bracelets on their wri sts and drinks in hand, a decent-sized crowd took to the Riverwalk on Friday night for Tampa's inaugural Fourth Friday. …

    Docent Linda Rice, of Lutz, lead a tour through the outdoor Jaume Plensa sculptures at the Tampa Museum of Art during the first Fourth Friday on March 25, 2016 in downtown Tampa. 

Fourth Friday is a monthly celebration of the arts in downtown Tampa. Museums, restaurants and bars have special offers. Participants could get complimentary rides on the Pirate Water Taxi along the Riverwalk. 

  16. 5 things to do under $5: Dive-In Movies, free Glazer Museum, Women's Golf Day


    1Dive-In Movies: The popular floating movie series returns to the St. Pete Beach Aquatic Center on Friday. Bring your noodles, floats and chairs and watch Frozen on a giant inflatable screen. Gates open at 8 p.m. and the movie starts after sunset. It's $4 at the pool at 7701 Boca Ciega Drive, St. Pete Beach. (727) 363-9264.  …

    It’s Dive-In Movies time at the St. Pete Beach Aquatic Center. Suit up Friday for a screening of Frozen.
  17. What you need to know for Friday, Feb. 5


    The clouds should clear today, but the temperatures will drop for the next few days, according to 10Weather WTSP chief meteorologi st Jim Van Fleet. Highs should be in the low 60s, with wake-up temperatures in the mid 40s. And it could be breezy, too. …

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  18. Things to do Planner: Renaissance Fe stival, Ma sters of Illusion, Undy Run


    HUZZAH! Bay Area Renaissance Fe stival …

    “Masters of Illusion” comes to the Mahaffey Theater stage in St. Petersburg on Friday.
  19. Plan your weekend: Mother's Day, WaZoo BeerFest


    Plan your weekend Call your mother …

    There will be more than 250 beers and beverages at the WaZoo BeerFest.
  20. Dancin' in the street


    LARA CERRI | Times  …

    Barbara and Ryan Beck of Philadelphia dance to the tunes of The Billy Rice Band during First Friday in downtown St. Petersburg June 6, 2014. The Central Avenue crowd danced and sang along to the band, who covered tunes by The Greg Kihn Band, The Doobie Brothers and Earth, Wind and Fire. The event is held between Second and Third streets South every first Friday of the month, from 5:30-10 p.m.

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