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  1. Vendors, shoppers find a niche at open markets across bay area

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    PORT RICHEY

    Mary Jo Rodriguez had been up at the crack of dawn baking bread with the hope that locals would venture out for the Sunday afternoon opening of the Market on the Bayou.

    Annie Christensen of Annie’s Sweet Organics, center, waits on customers while Mary Jo Rodriguez takes inventory at Market on the Bayou in Port Richey.
  2. Wearable art show bringing wacky designs to Dunedin

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    DUNEDIN — When Tarpon Springs resident Julian Hartzog saw his first Wearable Art Show at the Dunedin Fine Art Center six years ago, the 77-year-old wanted to join the ranks of the creative designers who have used materials including raw meat, veggies, balloons, lamp shades and condoms to adorn the human body.

    From left, models Rachel Reed, Kate Coggin and Felicia Landis try on Julian Hartzog’s stainless steel space designs that he described as having intergalactic elegance.
  3. Plan your weekend

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  4. Play Tampa Bay video: Rococo Steak in St. Pete serving up unique shots

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    In this week's video, Michelle and Sarah head to a steakhouse in St. Pete for a look at a unique cocktail. Rococo is just one of the picks in our annual ultimate bar guide; see the whole thing at tampabay.com/bars.

  5. North Pinellas entertainment calendar, Aug. 22

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    Hawaiian Luau: Dine and dance Hawaiian style at CSA Palm Harbor's Parks and Recreation luau, with coconut shrimp, pineapple glazed ham and entertainment. 5-8 p.m. $10. The Centre of Palm Harbor, 1500 16th St. (727) 771-6000.

  6. Top things to do in Tampa Bay for Aug. 21

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    Sharknado 2: The Second One: If you missed the sensational shark-infested cyclone (or if you just want to live it again), SyFy's campy reply to Shark Week is coming at 8 p.m. to Pinellas Park's Park Place Stadium 16, Brandon's Regency 20, Tampa's Citrus Park Stadium 20 and Oldsmar's Woodlands Square 20. …