1. Chihuly Collection's assistant retail manager Jesse Revning patriotically poses in the gallery as reopened to the public on Memorial Day weekend. [Courtesy of the Chihuly Collection]
  2. The Fairgrounds team: Olivia Mansion, Haris-Adele Peteranecz, Tyson Johnson, Liz Dimmitt and Mikhail Mansion. [Courtesy of Liz Dimmitt]
  3. Author Michael Connelly's latest novel is "Fair Warning." [Mark DeLong]
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  5. Mural artist Derek Donnelly of Pinellas Park paints a mural of his dog Lov, a male pitbull mix, on a pillar under I-375 near the intersection of I-275 in Kenwood Dog Park in St. Petersburg on Thursday, May 21. The mural project was started by St. Petersburg resident Tim Huff in 2018 to beautify the area. [SCOTT KEELER  |  Times]
  6. The house at 5169 10th Ave. N, St. Petersburg, was Jack Kerouac's home in his final years. [Times (2017)]
  7. Packets of art kits for the St. Pete Postcard Project, started by local artist Sara Norine. People will decorate postcards, write messages to the community and mail them back. They will be posted in the windows of the Morean Arts Center and Articles Art Gallery. [Courtesy of Sara Norine]
  8. Aneka Ingold's "Silent Foreboding" is on display in "I've Come to Look for America" at the Dunedin Fine Art Center through Aug. 16, 2020. [Courtesy of the Dunedin Fine Art Center]
  9. The Tampa Museum of Art will reopen soon. [Times (2009)]
  10. The Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota. [JAMES BORCHUCK  |  St. Petersburg Times]
  11. Cover of "The Portrait of a Lady" [Macmillan]
  12. Big Cat Rescue founder Carole Baskin models a leopard-print face mask. The masks are being sold to benefit big cats. Portions of the proceeds also help first-responders. [Screenshot,]
  13. A screen shot of the Creative Clay Connects class taught on Zoom. [Courtesy of Kim Dohrman]
  14. Bill Buford is the author of "Dirt: Adventures in Lyon as a Chef in Training, Father, and Sleuth Looking for the Secret of French Cooking." [Thomas Schauer]
  15. Interior shot of the theater and stage inside the American Stage building in downtown St. Petersburg. [Courtesy of American Stage]
  16. This 1950 Tampa Tribune article reports on how law enforcement arrested Ybor City ax murderer Victor Licata who escaped a mental institution five years earlier. The story of Licata might now be made into a feature film. [Times (1950)]
  17. The mural "Come Out St. Pete" is reflected in a puddle on Oct. 21, 2019. [SCOTT KEELER  |  Tampa Bay Times]
  18. Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'South Pacific' is scheduled to come to Ruth Eckerd Hall in 2021 as part of the performing arts center's Broadway series. [MONA LUAN  |  Courtesy of Ruth Eckerd Hall]
  19. Alexandra Stoddard wrote "Your Are Your Choices" and many other books. [Bank Square Books]
  20. "Mall People" by Jack Barrett. The Leslie Curran Gallery will feature Barrett's work during Virtual Art Walk. [Courtesy of the Leslie Curran Gallery]
  21. Mimi Galvin, right, with all 12 of her children in front of their house in Colorado Springs. [Penguin Random House]
  22. Ybor City's famed chickens strut down a nearly empty Seventh Avenue sidewalk outside the Ritz Ybor in Tampa on May 5, 2020. The Ritz hasn't hosted a concert since March. As the coronavirus pandemic stretches into summer, it's unclear when venues like it will reopen for business. [JAY CRIDLIN  |  Tampa Bay Times]
  23. A portion of the Enigma, the 75-foot-tall glass entryway at the Dali Museum, is illuminated with blue light on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, in downtown St. Petersburg. The surrealism-inspired structure bows into the museum's courtyard which remains unattended in the wake of coronavirus. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD  |  Times]
  24. The Florida Bjorkestra, featuring singer Jonathan Harrison, center, created a virtual performance of "Walk Through the Fire" from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" in April 2020. Music director Jeremy Douglass (just below Harrison, fourth from right) compiled the performance from 26 individual video recordings. [YouTube]