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Tampa Bay students voice opinions on gun laws during school walkouts
From left in front, Canterbury School of Florida students Alana Welch, 17, Patience McKenzie, 17, and Mia Liyanearachchi,17, hold a banner which included the names of those killed in school shootings since the Columbine High School shootings in 1999. The students participated in a rally against gun violence on the steps of St. Petersburg City Hall on Friday. [SCOTT KEELER   |   Times]
Nicole Leary and Taylor Redington stood outside St. Petersburg High School on Friday morning with parents and protesters who had gathered with bullhorns and signs. In a few minutes they would lead about 70 students on a walk to City Hall, joining...
Timothy and Hyun Kim of St. Petersburg pose outside of their new home,  which has multiple construction defects and code violations. The couple wanto move from the house, which has
Owners say new house is a disaster; developer accuses them of ‘online terrorism’
Courtesy of Lindsey Humburg, Mainsail Art Festival
Donald Gialanella's metal sculptures will be on display at the Mainsail Art Festival.
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Superstar DJ Avicii brought a massive stage setup to the Tampa Bay Times Forum on June 7, 2012. He became the first DJ to headline Tampa's largest arena. (Luis Santana | Times)
RIP Avicii, an EDM superstar who helped break rave culture in America

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