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  1. The Barrel-Aged Ramble Tamble spends time resting in bourbon barrels from St. Petersburg’s Horse Soldier Bourbon. Photo courtesy of Geneva Johnson
    The Tampa brewery’s American wheatwine spends some time in bourbon barrels.
  2. Nov. 21• Arts & Entertainment
    Roll-up shutters create an open-air format in a space evenly divided between indoor seating and a patio. Photo courtesy of Salt Public House
    The Indian Rocks Beach venue’s casual atmosphere belies its elevated food and drink. | Bar review
  3. Bar Chinchilla in downtown St. Petersburg offers eight beers on tap, a well-rounded selection of bottled beers, wines and canned cocktails. Justin Grant  |  tbt*
    The tiny downtown bar has more than 50 wines available by the glass and a thoughtful beer selection. | Bar review
  4. Marian Anderson performs on the steps of Washington's Lincoln Memorial in 1939 after she had been refused permission to perform in Washington's Constitution Hall by the hall's owners, the Daughters of the American Revolution. ANONYMOUS  |  AP
    Palladium concert honors the famous contralto 80 years after her historic Lincoln Memorial concert
  5. Two of the creative drinks are the Loaded Bear Claw and the Blame it on the Juice. Photo courtesy of Geneva Johnson
    The venue near USF features the creative cocktails and drink specials needed for a go-to college bar. | Bar review
  6. Nov. 7• Arts & Entertainment
    Lullaby Rye Courtesy of Geneva Johnson
    The unique tasting-room selection should help raise a brewery’s profile. | Local craft beer of the week
  7. Oct. 31• Arts & Entertainment
    Bike Trail Pale Ale Courtesy of Eric Richardson
    St. Pete brewery taps into the lighter side of ale. | Local craft beer of the week
  8. Oct. 31• Arts & Entertainment
    Cowboy Corral Bar & Grill is a good spot for enjoying truly cheap drinks, playing pool or watching the race on Sundays. The Clearwater bar has a cozy dining area and offers a full menu filled with Tex-Mex fare. Photo courtesy of Geneva Johnson
    Cowboy Corral Bar & Grill brings a little faux Texas to town. | Bar review
  9. During a recent rehearsal of 'In the Heights,' Gulf Middle student Dominic Nitz gets a toss in the air with help from Noah Mederios (left) and Jay Woodson (right). Michele Miller
    It’s a mature stretch for middle school students, but teacher Peter Nason says that’s what it’s all about
  10. Hard Pumpkin Cider, Two Henrys Brewing Company Justin Grant  |  tbt*
    The Plant City product drinks like a spiced cider with a side of pumpkin pie. | Local craft beer of the week
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