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  1. A photograph from a 1976 Tampa Bay Times story detailing how a St. Petersburg Pier laser art installation did not go as planned.
  2. The Florida Holocaust Museum in downtown St. Petersburg will expand its operating hours beginning July 28.
  3. 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.
  4. A previous Cool Art Show at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg. The show returns July 24-25, 2021.
  5. "Riverside Heights Becoming"
  6. The Duke Energy Drone Light Show will celebrate the 1st anniversary of the St. Pete Pier with an aerial display of 300 drones equipped with LED lights. Photo courtesy city of St. Petersburg
  7. “This Blessed Plot, This Earth,” a mural painted by artist Elizabeth Indianos, is seen at the Tarpon Springs Cultural Center.
  8. New sculpture on Central Ave, St. Pete. on June 20, 2021
  9. Desmond Clark, Principal at St. Cate Fine Arts and “Curator at Large” poses with True Vine by Steve Prince. The James Museum is collaborating with the Carter Woodson Museum to present, "Reverberations."  The exhibition shares artwork from emerging and established Black artists who live and work in Tampa Bay and across the Southeastern United States. Through each artist’s own perspective, the exhibition challenges viewers with stories of structural racism and oppression, as well as celebrates hope and resilience.
  10. Hundreds of guests watch the "Happily Ever After" fireworks show in front of Cinderella Castle on July 30, 2018 at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. As part of its coronavirus limitations, the fireworks shows were ended when the park reopened last summer to prevent large crowds from gathering.
  11. An exterior shot of Articles/Leslie Curran Gallery and D-Gallerie, which have moved in next door to each other in larger spaces in the Historic Uptown neighborhood in St. Petersburg.
  12. A sculpture by Fernando Botero sits along Bayshore Boulevard in Tampa.
  13. Pride & Love is a mural by Chad Mize & Jay Hoff.
  14. Picasso, Pablo. "Le Baiser." Mougins, 26 octobre 1969. Huile sur toile. Musée national Picasso-Paris.
Dation Pablo Picasso, 1979. MP220.
  15. An ant crawls across the remains of a black racer on Wednesday, June 2, 2021, on the Osprey Trail at Honeymoon Island State Park in Dunedin.
  16. A look inside “Art of Changes: Jasper Johns Prints," featuring a lifetime of prints from the acclaimed American artist.
  17. Artist Dan Painter talks about his Tiny Town outdoor art studio in St. Petersburg on January 11, 2019.
  18. This July 31, 2018 photo shows actor  Gavin MacLeod during a panel discussion on the PBS special "Betty White: First Lady of Television" during the 2018 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif. Gavin MacLeod has died. His nephew told the trade paper Variety that MacLeod died early Saturday, May 29, 2021.
  19. New Era unveiled a Rays cap with an 813 area code (which is for the Tampa area) and not 727 (which is for St. Petersburg, where the Rays play). There was so much mockery of the caps that the company pulled them off their site within 12 hours Tuesday night.
  20. An exhibit based on the PBS Show "Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood" opens May 29 at the Glazer Children's Museum and runs through Sept. 6.
  21. Rainbow flags flying in front of local businesses or in shop windows, as well as art installations and other decorations during 2018's St. Pete Pride celebration.
  22. Actor Charles Grodin, shown here in 1994. died Tuesday at his home in Wilton, Conn., from bone marrow cancer. He was 86.
  23. An installation view of "Fresh Squeezed 5" at the Morean Arts Center in St. Petersburg.
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