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  1. A bicylist rides along one of the nature trails that circle the 269-acre lake at Lake Rogers Park, which reopens to the public on May 26. [PEASE, MIKE  |  Times (2000)]
  2. Sunset Beach at Treasure Island on Saturday morning. By Sunday the crowds were showing up early to avid the dark clouds on the horizon that threatened to dampen the afternoon. Monday is expected to be rainy for Memorial Day. [Megan Reeves]
  3. Bria Stubbins, left, supervises a Relief Camp program for the children of essential workers, including, from left, Malaki Ward, 8, Izaya Murphy, 9, Nathan Costa, 11, and Jayda Virolas, 14, at the Bardmoor YMCA in Largo on May 18. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD  |  Times]
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  5. A past exhibit from the Glazer Children's Museum. The museum will reopen to the public June 6, 2020. [GLAZER CHILDREN'S MUSEUM  |  Glazer Children's Museum]
  6. Universal Orlando's two theme parks, Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios, are slated to reopen to guests on June 5. [JOHN RAOUX  |  AP]
  7. Karan Komurdoji, 8, plays surgeon at the Surgery 101 table at the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) in Tampa in 2017. [Times (2017)]
  8. Memorial Day ceremonies around the Tampa Bay area are shifting to virtual or social-distancing formats. Many readers say they plan to honor fallen service members while staying home or keeping their distance. Some, not so much. [Tampa Bay Times]
  9. Outside the Victoria's Secret at WestShore Plaza. The store is one of nine in Tampa Bay. The retailer announced 250 are set to close down. (Times 2013) [VAN HOUTEN, CAROLYN  |  Tampa Bay Times]
  10. The Pier 1 Imports store along U.S. Highway 19 is seen Tuesday in Palm Harbor. Pier 1 Imports Inc. is permanently closing all its retail stores in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. [CHRIS URSO  |  Times]
  11. ZooTampa at Lowry Park will open to the public on May 29, for the first time in two months. [Times (2013)]
  12. Servers wear face masks as patrons enjoy outdoor dining while crowding Beach Dr. on Friday, May 8, 2020 in St. Petersburg. Restaurants and patrons begin to adapt to the new rules set forth by Governor Ron DeSantis during phase one of re-opening of the state of Florida. [LUIS SANTANA  |  Times]
  13. Hope, left, and Winter the dolphin with a prosthetic tail at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium in 2012. [Times (2012)]
  14. 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, tread365.com]
  15. Children at the J.P. Gills YMCA Summer Adventure Lil Tykes camp play a game of capture the flag at Chestnut Park in Tarpon Springs in 2008. The program plans to reduce its summer camp plans by half this year because of coronavirus concerns. [Times (2008)]
  16. The Tampa Bay History Center. [SANTANA, LUIS  |  Times (2012)]
  17. Barr and Co. hand sanitizer, sold at Cleanse Apothecary. [Courtesy of Greg Curtis]
  18. The Pirate Water Taxi will debut a 100-passenger vessel and two smaller taxis as part of an expansion of the company's routes and coverage of Tampa's waterfront. It plans to resume operations Friday. [Yacht StarShip]
  19. Universal Orlando's two theme parks are still closed but the CityWalk shopping and restaurants district will open on Thursday with limited hours. Guests will be required to wear masks and have temperatures checked at the entrance. [JOHN RAOUX  |  AP]
  20. The Corey Avenue Business District on St. Pete Beach in 2017. [Courtesy of Daniel Veintimill]
  21. Hope, left, and Winter swim together at Clearwater Marine Aquarium. A 2011 movie about Winter sent ticket sales at the aquarium skyrocketing. [Tampa Bay Times (2014f)]
  22. Shanghai Disneyland reopened to visitors on May 11. [SAM MCNEIL  |  AP]
  23. Sweetfields Farm is a small family farm owned south of Brooksville in the town of Masaryktown, has changed its annual May sunflower maze into a you-pick sunflower farm, available by appointment only for social distancing reasons. [JONES, OCTAVIO  |  Times (2013)]
  24. Dawn Sousa, 48, and her 13-year-old daughter, Makenna, visit the The Florida Aquarium on Mother's Day.  The Tampa aquarium is among the first aquariums to reopen in the country following widespread shutdowns caused by COVID-19. [LUIS SANTANA  |  Times]
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