1. Actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was involved in an auto accident in Brentwood, California, on Friday. [Associated Press]
  2. Candymaker Mars is giving a makeover to its six M&M's characters in an effort to promote inclusivity.
  3. Kale pesto and avocado "toasties" are served at The Works, a new plant-based cafe in St. Petersburg's Historic Uptown from the owner of Squeeze Juice Works.
  4. NBCC fiction finalists
  5. Louie Anderson, shown in this 2018 photo, has died at 68.
  6. Busch Gardens Tampa Bay will open Iron Gwazi, the world’s fastest and steepest hybrid coaster, for passholder previews Feb. 11 and will officially open March 11.
  7. Construction is underway, including two new rides in the background, at Adventure Island in Tampa. The park is undergoing its biggest enhancement in 30 years.
  8. It is time to go to Ballast Point with hoods up!
  9. Meat Loaf performs at a concert in New York's Madison Square Garden, in 2007. Meat Loaf, whose "Bat Out Of Hell" album is one of the all time bestsellers, has died at 74.
  10. “This Blessed Plot, This Earth,” a mural painted by artist Elizabeth Indianos, is seen at Tarpon Springs Cultural Center in June.
  11. Chip and Slinkie are two of many dogs hoping to find loving homes for Valentine's Day.
  12. A statue of The Beatles in Liverpool, England. Their songs have special meaning to Roy Peter Clark.
  13. In this undated  photo possibly taken during prohibition the late-Ellis Clifton, far left, the head of the Hillsborough County Vice Sqaud the 1950s,  John Hawrsk, a state beverage agent during that time, an unidentified man, and a pigeon pose with several jugs of moonshine.  [Photo courtesy of the Hillsborough county Sheriff's Office]
  14. The Tampa Sports Authority announced it is bringing the Tampa Taco and Margarita Festival to Raymond James Stadium on March 12. But Tampa organizers say they have learned from the past mistakes of the event's promoter and are taking measures to control the event.
  15. The 700 block of N Florida Avenue in 1935.
  16. A wooden cross bearing cloth is pictured next to hand sanitizer and masked parishioners during Easter mass at Sacred Heart Catholic Church on April 4, 2021, in Tampa. The Florida Legislature is considering bills that would prevent churches from being forced to close during future emergencies, like they were in the early days of the pandemic.
  17. This piece is by Lilian Delgado, one of the exhibiting artists at Art Festival Beth-El, which returns in person in St. Petersburg Jan. 30-31.
  18. Corey Greenan, Eric Chambliss, Jon Hacker and Michael Milton in "Jersey Boys," which is scheduled to come to Ruth Eckerd Hall in February 2021 as part of their Broadway series.
  19. French actor Gaspard Ulliel died Wednesday after a skiing accident in the Alps.
  20. Max Salebra, 10 and from Madeira Beach, won his age group for "American Ninja Warrior Junior."
  21. André Leon Talley, a former editor at large for Vogue magazine, speaks to a reporter at the opening of the "Black Fashion Designers" exhibit at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016. Talley, the towering former creative director and editor at large of Vogue magazine, has died. He was 73. Talley's literary agent confirmed Talley's death to USA Today late Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022. (
  22. British artist Lucy Sparrow poses for a portrait at "Tampa Fresh Foods" in Water Street Tampa. The new exhibition, presented by the Vinik Family Foundation and Art Production fund, is an immersive art experience of a grocery store made from felt, open to the public through Feb. 20.
  23. Exterior photo of Radiant Health Care of Brandon, formerly Consulate Health pictured on Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022 in Brandon.

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