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  1. Busch Gardens has made its new end-of-night show “Spark” a nightly event that can be viewed every evening through Aug. 8. The show will then switch back to weekends only through Labor Day. “Spark” is Busch Gardens’ largest fireworks display ever, with lasers, pyrotechnics and water elements.
  2. Tampa Bay Rays right fielder Manuel Margot celebrates Randy Arozarena's grand slam in the seventh inning of the June 13 game against the Baltimore Orioles at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg.
  3. Kenny Chesney, shown here performing at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium in 2018, will kick off his 2022 tour there next April.
  4. A shirt recognizes the importance of Juneteenth during a recent celebration.
  5. A server hands over a Pina Colada and a Strawberry Daiquiri at Frenchy's Rockaway Grill on Monday, May 4, 2020, on Clearwater Beach.
  6. A rendering of OCC Road House and Museum, a new motorcycle-themed restaurant and entertainment venue co-owned by 'American Chopper' star Paul Teutul Sr. in Pinellas Park. The restaurant is slated to open June 25.
  7. 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.
  8. Young guests enjoy seeing Winnie the Pooh, and Tigger too, at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World after Disney eased face mask requirements. Guests are now allowed to go maskless in the parks, though Disney transportation at the resort all still require masks.
  9. Pamela Aubrey, 66, and her teenager, Leslie Aubrey, 17, of Venice, attend their first Tampa Pride 2021 Street Festival in Ybor City on May 22.
  10. Dusty Hill, left, and Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top perform in Tampa in 2010.
  11. Chelsea Handler will appear at St. Petersburg's Mahaffey Theater at 7 p.m. Oct. 27.
  12. Jess Carson, from left, Mark Wystrach and Cameron Duddy, of Midland, pose in the press room with the award for new vocal duo or group of the year at the 53rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in 2018, in Las Vegas. The band was supposed to perform in Tampa but the show has disappeared from its official tour schedule
  13. Three-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Eric Clapton is coming to Tampa’s Amalie Arena at 8 p.m. Sept. 25. He’ll be joined by special guest Jimmie Vaughan.
  14. Bottles of scotch and bourbon are ready for the Beer, Bourbon and Barbecue Festival at Curtis Hixon Park on Saturday.
  15. A Charlie Chaplin comedy classic will be presented in its original format with live accompaniment at Tampa Theatre.
  16. The new VelociCoaster ride opened Thursday.
  17. Looking up at a Hibiscus bush at the Florida Botanical Gardens in Largo.
  18. SeaWorld will hold Howl-O-Scream for the first time ever this year.
  19. The new VelociCoaster ride at Universal Orlando.
  20. Patton Oswalt, shown in his Netflix special "Patton Oswalt: Annihilation," will perform at the Bilheimer Capitol Theatre in Clearwater on Dec. 30.
  21. "The Lego Movie," with Wyldstyle (voiced by Elizabeth Banks), Emmet Brickowski (voiced by Chris Pratt) and Batman (voiced by Will Arnett), is among the $1 movies offered in the Regal summer movie series.
  22. The Wittmaak family - from left, Selby, 2; Steve; Sebastian, 8; and Stefanie - pose for a portrait at Maximo Park in St. Petersburg. Steve transformed the family's Kia Soul into an Ecto-1 from the movie "Ghostbusters."
  23. Take advantage of increased capacity at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg this week when the Tampa Bay Rays play the Washington Nationals and the Baltimore Orioles.

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