1. Stu Schwartz heading back to the locker room followed by a bloody Dick Murdoch.
  2. A view of the Showmen’s Rest Cemetery at 3541 N. North Blvd. in Tampa. A developer wants to buy an unused portion of Showmen's Rest Cemetery for circus and carnival workers and build up to 15 single family homes on the land.
  3. The Afterholic Speakeasy's “Haunted Tavern” in Ybor City.
  4. Angela Alderman has on a decade long search for her great uncle's grave in College Hill Cemetery that was located where the Italian Club Cemetery's parking lot is today. Alderman is holding her uncle's death certificate in the parking lot.
  5. Winter the bottlenose dolphin swims in a tank at Clearwater Marine Aquarium. Winter became widely known for having a prosthetic tail after being found entangled in a crab trap line in Mosquito Lagoon near Cape Canaveral on Florida's east coast on Dec. 10, 2005. Injuries from the crab trap resulted in the loss of her tail.
  6. Anthony Abramson holds a photo of his childhood friend Daniel Rosetti, farthest right, in front of the 9/11 memorial in Palm Harbor. Rosetti died when a plane hit the World Trade Center's south tower.
  7. “Doctor” Dave Messick, seen here at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay in 1981, was a fixture at the Tampa theme park for 30 years.
  8. The Tampa Tribune headline about the teenager who flew a plane into downtown Tampa's Bank of America building.
  9. Linda Simek and her husband, Greg, are the new owners of the famous real estate listing in Gulfport that showed a giant live oak tree in the middle of the kitchen and sprouting through the roof. She likes to cook, and has to navigate around the tree to get to items in the sprawling kitchen.
  10. A view of the Crescent Lake water tower overlooking the Huggins-Stengel Baseball Field in St. Petersburg. Nearly 40 years ago, eccentric New York author Byron Priess published "The Secret," a book of fairy tale-like cryptic paintings and correlating verses that double as clues in a treasure hunt he created for 12 jewels. So far, only three have been unearthed and the author died without providing more clues. But a Nashville father and daughter believe clues point to one being buried near Crescent Lake Park's Huggins-Stengel Field.
  11. (Left to right) Tony Panaccio, Reginald Roundtree, John Wilson and Paul Wilson are working on a book and movie about how Panaccio and John and Paul Wilson's coverage of Ted Bundy's execution forever linked their lives.
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    Joe Chillura poses for a portrait with a “Person of Vision” award, a recognition in 2002 from the Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission, at his Tampa home on Wednesday, August 25, 2021.
  13. The Sulphur Springs water tower near the I-275 Sligh Avenue exit
  14. Fans at Slipknot's Knotfest Roadshow watch the show at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre on Sept. 4, 2019. Concert promoter Live Nation, which produces shows at Tampa’s MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre, has announced that anyone attending or working at Live Nation events will have to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test starting Oct. 4.
  15. The closed down Beach Theatre along Corey Avenue in St.Pete Beach, FL on August 15th, 2013. After nine years sitting vacant, the property has been sold.
  16. Matt Loder Sr., CEO of the Original Crabby Bill’s, displays "Outlaw Trails," which was written by adventurer George Witten.
  17. West Tampa's Y. Pendas y Alvarez Cigar Factory, which the Boscaino family plans to restore into a winery and wine bar.
  18. J.C. Newman Cigar Company recently completed renovations. The historic cigar factory is one of six Ybor City wedding venues participating in Tie the Knot Ybor.
  19. Reba Bowens, 32, jumps high, hair flying, while playing capoeira at the Florida Center for Capoeira’s first annual belt ceremony, known in Portuguese as “Batizado,” at Kodawari Studios in Tampa on June 12, 2021.
  20. Parking lot 1 at Tropicana Field where Oaklawn Cemetery was once located on the corner of 16th street and 5th Ave. S.
  21. Laura Harrison, director of USF’s Access 3D Lab, poses for a portrait with a 3D model of Tampa Union Station.
  22. Petty Officer 1st Class Jessica Herrick joined the U.S. Coast Guard at age 19 and loves the job. “This was the right path for me,” she said.
Photo : Courtesy Petty Officer 1st Class Lisa Ferdinando
  23. The top of the Seminole Heights Baptist Church’s steeple is nown owned by Ella’s Americana Folk Art Cafe. It is currently in a lot across the street from the restaurant.