1. A pair of American bald eagle chicks sit in their nest atop a cellular communications tower Tuesday at U.S. 19 North near Drew Street in Clearwater.
  2. The quarter-mile-long rainbow flag being rolled up at the end of the Pride in Paradise Parade, with hundreds of people carrying the flag down the street in 2022.
  3. A still from "MerPeople," Netflix's four-part documentary series that revolves around mermaid culture. The series includes mermaids from Tampa Bay's own Weeki Wachee Springs State Park.
  4. Broadway star Idina Menzel will perform at the St. Pete Pride Friday night concert, the day before the big parade.
  5. In October, the St. Pete Pier event attempted to break the world record for the largest hammock hangout. The Hammock Festival returns June 10.
  6. Watch as area chefs attempt to build a world record-setting 280-foot-long Cuban sandwich at the annual Cuban Sandwich Festival in Ybor City on Sunday. The sandwich is expected to feed around 700 people experiencing homelessness.
  7. Madai Favaro, a museum educator with Tampa's Glazer Children's Museum, introduces Big John, the world’s largest documented fossilized triceratops skeleton, during a visit with kindergarten students from Booker T. Washington Elementary School in Tampa.
  8. Ed Sheeran performs during his Subtract Tour at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater on Friday, May 19, 2023. On May 20, he will headline a show at Raymond James Stadium, a concert he said has already broken the tour's ticket record.
  9. Pinellas County property appraiser Mike Twitty performs on stage with band Code Red at the Oldsmar Days festival on March 26. “He’s a straight up rockstar when he’s on stage,” said Twitty’s son and band mate, Sam.
  10. Farah Haddouche-Miranda, left, hugs her big sister Iman Haddouche-Miranda as Iman shows off her Doodle For Google 2023 State Winner award along with her mother, Ellaine Miranda, in their home-school study room at their home in St. Petersburg.
  11. A display of Pride flags wave in the air during the Tampa Pride Diversity Parade at Ybor City on Saturday, March 25, 2023, in Tampa. Tampa's fall Pride on the River event has been canceled due to the the political climate in Florida.
  12. The Jack Kerouac House of St. Petersburg, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving the writer's final home, is raising funds by welcoming fans into the house. A $250 donation and $100 cleaning fee gets you a night's stay.
  13. Booker T. Washington Elementary School student Zoey McCray, 6, gets a close look at Big John, the world’s largest documented fossilized triceratops skeleton, through a bubble dome at the Big John exhibit at the Glazer Children's Museum in Tampa.
  14. Cauiau Davis-McKinney, 18, celebrates after collecting his diploma during Gibbs High School’s commencement ceremony at Tropicana Field on Monday in St. Petersburg.
  15. Fairgrounds St. Pete’s new installation, "Shrimpfinity" by Milagros Collective includes a 6-foot tall shrimp cocktail sculpture, projections, a shrimp disco ball and a soundtrack. The exhibit remains open through May 29.
  16. The crowd at a previous Tampa Pig Jig, which featured headliner Darius Rucker.
  17. Martha Joy Rose, 66, is pictured in the Museum of Motherhood Art Annex at her St. Petersburg home. In the background are the Mother Tree statue, left, and the vulva door. Rose wants to build a Museum of Motherhood in St. Petersburg. It would be the only facility in the world devoted to the subject of mothers, mothering and motherhood.
  18. Pianist Sergei Kossenko and violinist Olga Ferroni perform as a duet during the Candlelight: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac concert on Friday, May 5, 2023, at First Baptist Church of St. Petersburg.
  19. The "Partners" statue, featuring Walt Disney holding the hand of Mickey Mouse, sits in front of Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom on Wednesday, May 1, 2019, at Disney World in Orlando. The copper statue was created by Blaine Gibson in 1993.
  20. You can treat Mom to a Mother's Day meal at dozens of restaurants serving up something special just for her on Sunday. American Social is offering a brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  21. Horror film fans won't want to miss the inaugural Sunshine City Scare horror convention at St. Petersburg's Coliseum this weekend.
  22. Lady Guy smiles as she rolls down 30th Street North in the back of a convertible while waving to onlookers during the 10th Annual St. Pete Pride Street Festival & Promenade in the Grand Central District of St. Petersburg in 2012.
  23. A litter of red wolf pups made their public debut on April 9 at ZooTampa.
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