1. Greg Holland, president and CEO of the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts addresses the group Café con Tampa on Friday.
  2. S.A. Cosby's new novel is "All the Sinners Bleed."
  3. Danny Masterson and his wife Bijou Phillips arrive for closing arguments in his second rape trial, Tuesday in Los Angeles. Masterson is charged with raping three women at his Los Angeles home between 2001 and 2003.
  4. Robin Nicholson is the new executive director of The James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art in St. Petersburg. He starts on June 1, 2023.
  5. The quarter-mile-long rainbow flag being rolled up at the end of the Pride in Paradise Parade, with hundreds of people carrying the flag down the street in 2022.
  6. Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Adult Drug Court Judge Kimberly Todd, left, and her mother, Barbara Sheen-Todd, right, visit with Hope Ross, who is in recovery for crystal meth addiction, while attending a reception for the Art in Recovery exhibit on May 24 at the Gallery at Creative Pinellas in Largo.
  7. A still from "MerPeople," Netflix's four-part documentary series that revolves around mermaid culture. The series includes mermaids from Tampa Bay's own Weeki Wachee Springs State Park.
  8. Ted Peters Famous Smoked Fish is located at 1350 Pasadena Ave S, St. Petersburg.  Peters opened his restaurant  in 1951.
  9. Tampa Bay Times staffer Lane DeGregory is pictured in 2013.
  10. Luis Alberto Urrea's new novel is "Good Night, Irene."
  11. Tampa Bay Times reporters Gabrielle Calise and Helen Freund feel alive at Lassing Park in St. Petersburg.
  12. Broadway star Idina Menzel will perform at the St. Pete Pride Friday night concert, the day before the big parade.
  13. Madai Favaro, a museum educator with Tampa's Glazer Children's Museum, introduces Big John, the world’s largest documented fossilized triceratops skeleton, during a visit with kindergarten students from Booker T. Washington Elementary School in Tampa.
  14. An unidentified man walks past palm trees reflected in glass panels at the Dali Museum Friday, Nov. 22, 2019 in St. Petersburg. The Pinellas County Tourist Development Council recommended this week that the county fully fund the museum's request of $34 million in bed tax dollars to help with its planned expansion.
  15. Farah Haddouche-Miranda, left, hugs her big sister Iman Haddouche-Miranda as Iman shows off her Doodle For Google 2023 State Winner award along with her mother, Ellaine Miranda, in their home-school study room at their home in St. Petersburg.
  16. Bestselling fantasy author Christopher Paolini's new book is "Fractal Noise."
  17. Annette Kowalski and "The Joy of Painting" host Bob Ross met in Clearwater and agreed to become business partners over dinner at a Waffle House.
  18. The Jack Kerouac House of St. Petersburg, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving the writer's final home, is raising funds by welcoming fans into the house. A $250 donation and $100 cleaning fee gets you a night's stay.
  19. Booker T. Washington Elementary School student Zoey McCray, 6, gets a close look at Big John, the world’s largest documented fossilized triceratops skeleton, through a bubble dome at the Big John exhibit at the Glazer Children's Museum in Tampa.
  20. "Jobsite Theater's Alice" is a cabaret celebrating Lewis Carroll. It's being staged at Tampa's David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts through June 4.
  21. Artist John Curtis sits with people who come to the Unitarian Universalist Church of St. Petersburg for a meal for a conversation and a portrait sketch every Friday.
  22. Patti Callahan Henry's new novel is "The Secret Book of Flora Lea."
  23. T.C. Boyle's new novel is "Blue Skies."
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