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  1. People walk along food booths at the Florida State Fair in 2020. The fair returns for a 12-day run April 22-May 2.
  2. The Florida State Fair, pictured in February 2020, will kick off Thursday in Tampa.
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  4. Celebrities and fans turned out by the dozens at the Palladium in St. Petersburg for the Sunscreen Film Festival in 2017. Kirstie Alley was among the actors who came to the event.
  5. A scene from Jobsite Theater's production of Shakespeare's "Henry V."
  6. Justin Benson, left, and Tarpon Spring's native Aaron Moorhead, right,  arrive at Variety's 10 Directors to Watch and Creative Impact Awards Presented by Mercedes-Benz at the Parker Palm Springs in 2015.
  7. Starting Friday, May 28. the new acrobatic show, “Cirque Electric,” will be open at Busch Gardens with modified operations in the park’s theaters.
  8. This photo shows producers Steven Soderbergh, from left, Stacey Sher and Jesse Collins.  Soderbergh’s concept for the 93rd Academy Awards show on ABC, Sunday, April 25, 2021, which he’s producing with Sher and Collins, is to treat the telecast not like a TV show but a movie.
  9. Actress Helen McCrory arrives at the British Academy Television Awards in London on May 8, 2016. McCrory, who starred in the television show “Peaky Blinders” and the “Harry Potter” movies, has died.
  10. Lady Gaga plays Maurizio Gucci's former wife Patrizia Reggiani during the shooting of a movie by Ridley Scott, based on the story of the murder of Maurizio Gucci in 1995, in Rome, Thursday, April 8, 2021.
  11. "My Fair Lady" comes to the David A. Straz Jr Center for the Performing Arts as part of their 2021-22 Broadway series.
  12. Hinks and Elaine Shimberg at a theater event in 2007. The couple met in 1960 and were married the following year. “I took one look at her and knew she was special,” Hinks Shimberg said of his wife, who died on Wednesday at age 84.
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  14. Large letters that say Fairgrounds are being painted and will have glitter added to them during a sneak peek at the progress of Fairgrounds St. Pete, an interactive art-technology experience in the Warehouse Arts District.
  15. This June 2, 1953, photo shows Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Imperial State Crown and the Duke of Edinburgh in uniform of Admiral of the Fleet waving from the balcony to the onlooking crowds around the gates of Buckingham Palace after the Coronation.
  16. A conceptual drawing, by FleischmaGarcia Architecture, of the proposed New Tampa Performing Arts Center on Bruce B. Downs Boulevard across from the main entrance to Hunter's Green.
  17. Married artists Robert Stackhouse and Carol Mickett stand with their piece, “Currency: Climate Exchange,” which is on display in "Expanding Waters" at the Gallery at Creative Pinellas in Largo.
  18. Zola Mae Shaulis Kollock was called "one of the most interesting pianistic personalities of the day" by legendary pianist Arthur Rubinstein.
  19. Jon Moxley, on the ground outside the ring, during a professional wrestling match at "Bloodsport 6" at the Cuban Club in Tampa's Ybor City on April 8, 2021.
  20. Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Nights" becomes a multimedia experience in scenes from "Van Gogh Alive" at the Dali Museum. The museum was first North American stop on this international touring exhibition, and it's been a big hit. Few spots are left before it ends on June 13.
  21. Filmmaker George C. Romero, son of "Night of the Living Dead" creator, wants to build a film studio in Tampa.
  22. Tyler Gillespie's new book is "The Thing About Florida."
  23. Gale Massey's short story collection is "Rising."
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