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  1. Top things to do in Tampa Bay for May 6

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    Flogging Molly: The seven-piece Irish band combines punk, rock and folk to create hits like Swagger and Devil's Dance Floor. 6:30 p.m., Jannus Live, 200 First Ave. N, St. Petersburg. $29.50 advance, $32 day of show.

  2. 5 ways to have fun giving back today for Give Day Tampa Bay

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    Today is Give Day Tampa Bay, a 24-hour giving event that benefits 550 local nonprofits. You can find your favorite charity and give them a boost at givedaytampabay.org. We found five off-beat ways to have fun while giving back:

  3. Free and cheap fun: 5 things to do under $5 May 7-13

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    1 John LeVique Pirate Days: Pirates invade Madeira Beach for a three-day festival that celebrates the discovery of John's Pass. There will be a Pirate's Ball Friday night, a sea battle and boat parade at noon Saturday, a family treasure hunt, adult and children's costume contests, merchandise, a pub crawl, artisans and …

    Pirate performers practice their routine before the 2010 John LeVique Pirate Days at John’s Pass. This year’s event is Friday through Sunday in Madeira Beach.
  4. Top things to do in Tampa Bay for the week of May 4-10

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    Cinco de Mayo: It's a low-level Mexican holiday on Tuesday, but in Dunedin, there's a street festival and dance party starting at 4 p.m. in front of Casa Tina, 365 Main St. And in St. Petersburg, Pale Horse Lucha will have a wrestling and arts experience at Nova 535 to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. $15 online, $20 at …

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  5. Top things to do in Tampa Bay for May 5

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    Cinco de Mayo: Lots of Mexican-themed parties all over the area today, including a street festival in Dunedin. 4 p.m., Casa Tina Gourmet Mexican & Vegetarian, 365 Main St., Dunedin.

  6. May the Fourth be with you: Star Wars shopping and events popping up today

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    Today is Star Wars Day, so prepare to be greeted with "May the Fourth be with you," by your nerdiest friends.