Price:Varies by game.
The public is invited to a series of free Bucs practices with discounted concessions, merchandise tents, appearances by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders and Captain Fear. There's also the Glazer Family Foundation Vision Mobile, the Street Team RV, the Women of RED Zone exhibit and autographs from Buccaneer players after each practice. Camp closes out with a pre-season night game against the Cleveland Browns.
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Frank Murphy Jr. invites young area athletes to join him at Bucs training camp. The day includes meet and greets with professional players, an NFL football for autographs, lunch, educational sessions and a goodie bag.
Price:Free (registration required).
Meet artist Jack Bond, who used re-purposed materials to demonstrate the ways humans use "masking" as a personal defense. Remains on display through Sept. 28.
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Tampa's well-deserved reputation as a strip club mecca is no doubt helped by the out of this world landmark known as 2001 Odyssey. The adult strip club is recognizable by its spaceship exterior (in reality, an old model house from the kitschy past). Part of an area of strip clubs known as the Bermuda Triangle on Dale Mabry, the Odyssey features private rooms, champagne rooms and VIP rooms. Beyond that, we can only say this is the place that the NFL warns its players about whenever the Super Bowl is in town because of its lap dancing policy. Consider yourself on notice.
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