1. Ethan Rich and Nicole Abisinio in a scene for  streaming series "The Advocate" that was filmed throughout Tampa Bay.
  2. 3 hours ago• Life & Culture
    Art Keeble was the executive director of the Arts Council of Hillsborough County for more than 30 years. "If you look around Hillsborough County, anything and every related to the arts, most likely it’s because of this man," said friend and Ybor City Market director Lynn Kroesen.
  3. Paul Wilborn will talk about his novel "Florida Hustle" at the Studio@620 on Feb. 7.
  4. Comedian Jim Gaffigan will brin "The Dark Pale Tour" to Tampa's Straz Center Feb. 9-11 for four shows that will be filmed for his next TV special. Photo courtesy Straz Center for the Performing Arts.
  5. Fossil restorers Elia Smaniotto, of Trieste, Italy, left, and Tomas Stark, of Sezana, Slovenia, remove the skull of Big John from a crate on Wednesday at the Glazer Children's Museum in Tampa. The complete triceratops skeleton will be the center of an exhibit opening Memorial Day weekend.
  6. Heiress owners Erica Luedtke and Finn Schult are pictured during the St. Petersburg gallery's opening of "An Ouroboros of Looking" on Jan. 13, 2023.
  7. Salman Rushdie is the author of "Victory City."
  8. Death Cab for Cutie singer Ben Gibbard performs in front of a sold out crowd in St. Petersburg at Jannus Live on Tuesday, January 31, 2023.
  9. A copy of Toni Morrison's "The Bluest Eye" inside a Little Free Library in Crystal Beach on Jan. 26.
  10. Fall Out Boy is coming to Tampa.
  11. A poster assembled by St. Petersburg police shows Franklin Delano Floyd and several aliases he is known to have used. Floyd died last week after 20 years on Florida's death row.
  12. “Family Trinity” is displayed in the “Imagine Blackness” exhibition by artist McArthur Freeman II and sociologist Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman at Creative Pinellas on Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2023, in Largo.
  13. A copy of Toni Morrison's "The Bluest Eye" inside a book box in Dunedin on Jan. 26, 2023. Pinellas County school officials have removed the book from all high schools.
  14. Tampa Bay indie band Speak Easy plays on stage at the Destination Okeechobee competition at The Factory in St. Petersburg, Fla., Jan. 21, 2023, for a chance to play at Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival.
  15. Troy Meyer, of Tampa, is seen in this undated image from
  16. Journalist Philip Bump's first book is "The Aftermath."
  17. Peter Kageyama
  18. Maggie Duffy, Tampa Bay Times arts and music reporter, is shown here when she recently took part in the "Dream Tapestry" interactive experience at the Dali Museum. She won this year's MUSE Award for literary arts from the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance.
  19. The Dalí's "Dream Tapestry" is an interactive experience powered by OpenAI’s DALL·E. It transforms peoples' dreams into individual art pieces and combines them with six other dreams to form a collective tapestry.
  20. Stephanie Hsu, left, Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan in "Everything Everywhere All At Once."
  21. The Wei Mei Dance Group prepares for their folk dance performance during the Chinese New Year Celebration at Water Works Park in Tampa.
  22. Four generations show what it's like to toss beads from the Royal Float of Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla. From left are Hudson Clarke (Bryan Clarke's 10-year-old son and a royal page), Richard S. Clarke Sr., 95, Richard S. Clarke Jr., 69, and Bryan T. Clarke, 38, a Tampa veterinarian. They will all participate in the Gasparilla parade Jan. 28.
  23. Charla Cribb was a journalist, an artist, a musician and a community builder.
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