1. Bianco di Ampeleia, 2017, from Tuscany in Italy, is pure into a glass at Cru Cellars on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019 in Tampa.
  2. Depths of Wikipedia founder Annie Rauwerda photographed by David Kaminsky in 2023 in Brooklyn, New York
  3. Canadian Maurice Harquail of Ottawa gets a couple of pecks on his cheeks from friends Heidi Watson, left, and Kerry Kinsalla, both of Port Richey, while attending Flanagan's Irish Pub's 2015 St. Patrick's Day Street Festival on Tuesday in downtown Dunedin. The annual party is celebrated with live music, bagpipers, Irish step dancers, traditional Irish food and beer.
  4. Salt Shack on the Bay opened in 2019 at 5415 W Tyson Ave., just south of the Westshore Marina District.
  5. Scream-A-Geddon is back for a ninth season. Spread across 60 acres in remote Pasco County, the terror park has haunted houses, a zombie paintball fight and monsters who can kidnap you, with permission.
  6. Kandy, a friendly witch in training, is the star of Busch Gardens' kid-friendly Halloween event Spooktacular. It is included with admission.
  7. An artist's rendering of the proposed Rays Stadium and redevelopment of the historic Gas Plant District
  8. Outkast, featuring Andre 300, left, and Big Boi, right, perform at the 2014 Big Guava Music Festival in Tampa. Big Boi will have a free show on Oct. 10 as part of the Tampa Bay Lightning’s pregame party.
  9. A chicken crosses 7th Avenue in Ybor City on Friday, May 19, 2023.
  10. Morgan Zuch mixes up a cocktail at Mandarin Heights in Tampa.
  11. Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana will officially open at Epcot on Oct. 16. Guests can explore a walking trail that entertains with water in magical ways, like Moana did with the ocean. The new attraction is in the World Nature neighborhood of Epcot.
  12. The Cinderella Castle is seen at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. This weekend brings Destination D23, the official Disney fan club gathering, for three days of presentations on the company's projects and exclusive shopping opportunities.
  13. A standup paddle board yoga class moves into the Reverse Warrior pose while balancing on their boards as the towards the end of an evening on the water on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022 in Gulfport.
  14. The movie theater on Main Street in Lakewood Ranch.
  15. Cars wait in the cell phone parking lot, while looking at flight statuses at Tampa International Airport on Friday, Dec. 23, 2022, in Tampa.
  16. The lobby at Rosen Centre on May 16. The hotel is offering discount rates ahead of Idalia, which is expected to hit Florida's Gulf Coast as a major hurricane.
  17. Kimberly Platt, chef and owner of The Honu, a Tiki-themed bar and restaurant, attends to guests Thursday, April 20, 2023, in Dunedin.
  18. Norma Bauerschmidt visited the Sponge Docks at Tarpon Springs in December 2015 as part of her travels around the county. [Driving Miss Norma | Facebook]
  19. Shipwreck Beach is one of the most photographed sites, if not the most photographed site, on the Greek island of Zakynthos. The focal point is the MV Panagiotis, a ship that ran aground in 1980. Zakynthos, which is also known as Zante, is west of mainland Greece.
  20. NSYNC member Joey Fatone, left, and Backstreet Boys member AJ McLean, right, will host a '90s party at the Tampa Theatre on Sept. 15.
  21. Check out the funky public art at WhimzeyLand, also known as the "bowling ball house," in Safety Harbor.
  22. In Tampa on Wednesday, Beyoncé praised the crowd for their beautiful outfits and thanked them for supporting her for the last 25 years, allowing her to do what she loves the most.
  23. Dunedin Wines the Blues has been going on for 30 years and was almost canceled this year because it had grown too large. It will be held Nov. 11 in Pioneer Park.
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