1. A view of Clearwater Beach on Friday, Mar 10, 2023, off Pinellas County.
  2. A small stroke briefly robbed Roy Peter Clark of his words.
  3. Outside the Publix at 3617 W Gandy Blvd. in Tampa, the first of Publix's prototype stores the brand is focusing on as it steers away from GreenWise Markets.
  4. Cirque du Soleil BAZZAR is coming to St. Petersburg.
  5. Jacob Pursifull was arrested days after he entered the alligator enclosure at Busch Gardens and posted video of it on social media, Tampa police said.
  6. Artists Natalie Tyler, left, and Kiki Dufault, unveil their collaborative glass sculptures from a kiln in front of an audience at the Duncan McClellan Gallery on Saturday, May 6, 2023, in St. Petersburg.
  7. The exterior of the 1914 Plant City High School Community Center in Plant City.
  8. Country artist Luke Combs performs at the 2022 CMA Music Festival in downtown Nashville, Tenn.
  9. Performances such as this silk act can be seen in the Summer Circus Spectacular in Sarasota.
  10. John Lind, once among the world’s most renowned female impersonators, performed in Tampa in 1917.
  11. Guests at Playa Largo Resort and Spa in Key Largo can roast marshmallows by a beachside fire pit.
  12. Fifth Avenue in downtown Naples, Florida is known for its high-end shopping.
  13. Carmen Barkett poses for a portrait at ArtsiPhartsi in Tampa.
  14. Joe's Stone Crab in Miami Beach ships stone crabs throughout the United States.
  15. In 1982, San Antonio, Fla., officials were sworn in to office. From left: Ted Schrader, Marguerite Limbrechet and Ralph Jones. Jones was born and raised in San Antonio and, after returning from the Korean War, developed several businesses that still operate today.
  16. Greg Holland, president and CEO of the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts addresses the group Café con Tampa on Friday.
  17. People visit the Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., April 18, 2022. A federal judge overseeing the First Amendment lawsuit that Walt Disney Parks filed against Gov. Ron DeSantis and others is disqualifying himself, but not because of bias claims made by the Florida governor.
  18. Summer Camp St. Pete announced Friday, June 2, 2023 that it will open in the Grand Central District this year.
  19. A pair of American bald eagle chicks sit in their nest atop a cellular communications tower Tuesday at U.S. 19 North near Drew Street in Clearwater.
  20. The St. Petersburg Yacht Club is seen in this Google Earth image.
  21. Curtis Stokes, chairperson of the Tampa Bay History Center board of trustees, looks at items on display before the ribbon-cutting ceremony as he walks through the new permanent Black history exhibit at the center. The new exhibit, Travails and Triumphs, chronicles over 500 years of Black history in the Tampa Bay area.
  22. S.A. Cosby's new novel is "All the Sinners Bleed."
  23. A statue of Walt Disney and Micky Mouse stands in front of the Cinderella Castle at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista in 2019. Tens of thousands of LGBTQ+ people are flocking to Florida's theme parks and hotels to go on thrill rides, dance at all-night parties and lounge poolside in a decades-long tradition known as Gay Days.
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