1. Reba Bowens, 32, of North Carolina, jumps while playing capoeira at the Florida Center for Capoeira’s first annual belt ceremony known in Portuguese as “Batizado” at Kodawari Studios in Tampa on Saturday, June 12, 2021.
  2. St. Petersburg-based actor, writer and director Erica Sutherlin is making her network directorial debut with "Kirk Franklin's A Gospel Christmas" on Lifetime.
  3. Victor Gimenez was previously executive director of the OUTShine LGBTQ+ Festival in Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
  4. A float and a balloon in the Holiday Parade during a nighttime preview event of Christmas in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Universal's Holiday Parade featuring Macy's.
  5. Designer Virgil Abloh walks backstage prior to his Off-White ready to wear Fall-Winter 2019-2020 collection, that was presented in Paris, Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019. Abloh has died after a private battle with cancer. He was 41.
  6. Activists with the Sunrise Movement join International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) members and entertainment industry worker supporters during a news conference outside the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on Nov. 11, calling for fundamental changes in the entertainment Industry to protect workers.
  7. Bob Dylan's new series of paintings, "Deep Focus," are part of an exhibit of his visual art opening Tuesday at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at Florida International University in Miami. "Retrospectrum" will showcase more than 180 of Dylan's acrylics, watercolors, drawings and ironwork sculptures, including new pieces that will be shown for the first time.
  8. Bid on a virtual visit to your book club by Carl Hiaasen at the First Amendment Foundation auction.
  9. San Francisco multimedia artist Jim Campbell will bring a light art installation titled "Three Arcs" to a public space outside the Thousand & One office building in Water Street Tampa.
  10. Enchant Christmas at Tropicana Field returns Nov. 26, turning the baseball field into a massive holiday winter wonderland.
  11. Robert Bly speaks during an interview in 2008, in Minneapolis. Bly, one of the most prominent American poets of the last half century and author of the bestselling men's movement classic "Iron John," has died. He was 94. His daughter, Mary Bly, said her father died Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021, at his home on Minneapolis after suffering from dementia for 14 years. (AP Photo/Jim Mone, File)
  12. Shelby McIntyre searches for a horror movie title at his store, Viper Video, during the business’s opening day at 706 W MLK Jr Blvd.
  13. For the week of Nov. 8 to 14, Season 3 of "Narcos: Mexico" ranked first on Netflix for English-language TV with 50.29 million hours viewed. The Korean-language thriller "Squid Game" dominated for non-English TV, with 42.79 million hours viewed. The top English-language film last week was the action movie Red Notice, starring Gal Gadot, with 148.7 million hours viewed.
  14. From left, Deputy Editor for Photography Boyzell Hosey stands with fellow 2021 Griot Drum Journalism Honorees Jenise Griffin, Ernest Hooper and Eric Deggans.
  15. A school of silhouetted bull sharks circle for food near the ocean's surface. National Geographic will film in St. Petersburg in December.
  16. Justin Long, left, and, Christian Long, the actor and directors of “Lady in the Manor," pose for a portrait at the Gasparilla International Film Festival for the movie premiere at Tampa Theatre on June 10, 2021, in Tampa.
  17. Ann Patchett's new book is the essay collection "These Precious Days."
  18. Tampa's Ashlyn Jade Lopez, left, and James McCraken appear in 'Christmas Again.'
  19. "CENTCOM," the spaceship shaped like a Twistee Treat in the Everglades Arena at Fairgrounds St. Pete.
  20. Thousands of lights decorate Busch Gardens as part of their annual Christmas Town event.
  21. Katrina Stevenson, Spencer Meyers, Colleen Cherry and Kasondra Rose in Jobsite Theater's production of "Shockheaded Peter."
  22. Cars ride through a tunnel of Christmas lights at the Nights of Shimmering Lights display at the Hillsborough County fairgrounds.
  23. It is not all movie magic. Sylvester Stallone, left, took some real punches from Dolph Lundgren during the making of the 1985 film "Rocky IV."
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