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  1. Colleen Cherry as Harriet, the little girl who played with matches, in Jobsite Theater's production of "Shockheaded Peter." The company will reprise the production in their 2021-22 season.
  2. One of the multimedia features in Freefall Theatre's "The Rose and the Beast," which runs through Aug. 8.
  3. Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj has been named American Stage's next producing artistic director.
  4. Producer Elayne Schneiderman Schmidt on the Dunedin set of the romance film 'A Taste of Love.'
  5. A photograph from a 1976 Tampa Bay Times story detailing how a St. Petersburg Pier laser art installation did not go as planned.
  6. The McDonald's restaurant, at 347 S Gulfview Blvd on Clearwater Beach, is among the “nonstandard” locations.
  7. Smoke billows off the Jose Gasparilla pirate ship as it carries members of Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla along Seddon Channel for the 2020 parade in Tampa. After canceling Tampa’s signature event this year because of COVID-19 concerns, the Gasparilla parades will sail on in January of 2022, with advance tickets going on sale this week.
  8. Billionaire money manager Jeffrey Epstein was arrested in July 2019 on federal charges of sex trafficking of minors. He died a month later in his jail cell.
  9. The cast of "Romeo and Juliet in America," presented by theater company American Stage, held at William Park in St. Petersburg through Aug. 1, 2021.
  10. A camera crew films a manatee rescue at ZooTampa for season one of the "Secrets of the Zoo: Tampa" series.
  11. Fans at the 2016 Metrocon pose for a photo at the Tampa Convention Center. The convention for anime fans was canceled last year but returns July 23-25.
  12. Director Julia Ducournau, winner of the Palme d'Or for the film 'Titane' poses for photographers during a photo call following the awards ceremony at the 74th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Saturday, July 17, 2021.
  13. Judy Lisi, President and Chief Executive Officer, Straz Center for the Performing Arts.
  14. The Florida Holocaust Museum in downtown St. Petersburg will expand its operating hours beginning July 28.
  15. On the left is "The Sun on The Edge," a sculpture on 11th Street N and Central Ave N, St. Petersburg. On the right is artist Ilan Averbuch.
  16. "The Intrinsic Culmination of Sensuality" by Michael Fait is on display at the Blue Goose in St. Petersburg through Aug. 7.
  17. Actor Martin Kove of 'Cobra Kai' fame is starring ina movie that is being made in Pinellas County.
  18. Actress Emeraude Toubia acts in a scene for the movie "Love in the Sun" shot at Fort De Soto State Park.
  19. Lead singer Nicholas Petricca and the Ohio alt-pop band Walk the Moon perform at the State Theatre in St. Petersburg in May 2014.
  20. Author Lenore Skenazy created the book, blog and movement called Free Range Kids that urges parents to give kids more independence, similar to what they had as kids. She has updated her book in the wake of three states passing laws to protect parents from legal issues.
  21. A juvenile alligator shows off its teeth and mouth while it rests along the banks of Lake Maggiore at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve in St. Petersburg. A newly opened exhibit at the Sulphur Springs Museum and Heritage Center in Tampa explores our enduring fascination with the alligator and the alligator’s symbolic role in Florida history.
  22. From left: Virginie Efira, director Paul Verhoeven and Daphne Patakia pose for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film "Benedetta" at the 74th international Cannes Film Festival on July 9.
  23. In July 1998, Hillsborough County deputies escort Valessa Robinson, then 15, as she is returned to Tampa after being captured in Texas to face charges in the murder of her mother, Vicki Robinson.
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