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  1. This is not the puppy that Roy Peter Clark helped to save, but you have to admire its moxie.
  2. A float and a balloon in the Holiday Parade during a nighttime preview event of Christmas in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Universal's Holiday Parade featuring Macy's.
  3. Enchant Christmas at Tropicana Field returns Nov. 26, turning the baseball field into a massive holiday winter wonderland.
  4. Angelica Steinker, owner of Courteous Canine, Inc. in Lutz, poses with Power, one of her three dogs. (photo by Kendra Bailey)
  5. Donovan Dykes, the grandson of Roy Peter Clark.
  6. The Peppa Pig Theme Park coming to Winter Haven in February is working with the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards to achieve the designation as a certified autism center.
  7. Guests get an early start at the Winter Village ice skating rink at Curtis Hixon Park on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2020 in Tampa.
  8. Lendo Snipes Jr., 52, right, owner and operator of Brainstorm Truckers, delivers mats of tubing that will distribute glycol to make ice at the rink. At left is Robert Perry, 20, the venue manager for Ice Rink Events. The nearly 4,000-square-foot rink will be set up next to Spa Beach Park. The rink will be open Nov. 20-Jan. 17.
  9. Thousands of lights decorate Busch Gardens as part of their annual Christmas Town event.
  10. Cars ride through a tunnel of Christmas lights at the Nights of Shimmering Lights display at the Hillsborough County fairgrounds.
  11. Monica Braithwaite, 10, sheds a tear near a memorial to Winter at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium Saturday, November 13, 2021. She and her mother, Maritza Braithwaite come to the aquarium several times a week. Last Wednesday they were told Winter’s tank was empty and the dolphin was seeing a doctor, “I had to tell her eventually,” Maritza said.
  12. Flowers and drawings rest at a memorial site for Winter the dolphin on Friday at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. The 16-year-old Atlantic bottlenose dolphin, the star of "Dolphin Tale," died Thursday.
  13. Aidan Schmitz who was 10 at the time, prepares to give Winter a fish as trainer Abby Stone directs the dolphin at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium in 2011. Aidan has Fibular Hemimelia and was born with only one bone in her lower leg. As a result, she had to have her foot amputated and now has a prosthetic leg.
  14. The original poster for "Dolphin Tale" previewed the movie's release in 2011. It became a hit and spawned a sequel that you can see on streaming services right now.
  15. "Sesame Street" character Big Bird said he had gotten his COVID-19 vaccination shot, prompting backlash from some conservatives.
  16. Friends navigate a course at TreeHoppers Aerial Adventure Park in Dade City. There are nine courses full of obstacles and zip lines.
  17. Clearwater Marine Aquarium staff tend to Winter the dolphin Thursday.
  18. Winter, the stranded dolphin who was the star of the hit movie "Dolphin Tale," has been sick. Clearwater Marine Aquarium suspects she is fighting a gastrointestinal infection.
  19. Broc Turner, 16, of Tampa, slides down a single lane of the Snowy Slopes attraction with his cousin, Bishop Griffin, 4, of Jacksonville, while visiting the Snowcat Ridge alpine snow park during opening day on Wednesday in Dade City.
  20. The United Way Suncoast is holding virtual sessions over the next few weeks to teach nonprofits how to apply for its community investment grants. A pot of $6 million has been set aside.
  21. Universal Orlando has announced a buy one, get one day free ticket deal for Florida residents that is good through February at its theme parks. It’s a value of at least $164 for park admission.
  22. An airboat out of Camp Mack in Lake Wales takes you into the heart of the headwaters to the Everglades.
  23. Illusionists Chris, left, and Ryan Zubrick, far right with their assistant, Analise Williams, at the Zubrick Magic Theatre in St. Petersburg.
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