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As the crowd shouts, claps and whistles Blanco Loco (Justin Coburn) falls to his knees and celebrates winning all five matches that evening. The Manor Pro Wrestling dinner theater at Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee, Fla., Friday, Dec. 22, 2017.  ©Tampa Bay Times / Willie J. Allen Jr / The Image Works
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As the crowd shouts, claps and whistles Blanco Loco (Justin Coburn) falls to his knees and celebrates winning all five matches that evening. The Manor Pro Wrestling dinner theater at Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee, Fla., Friday, Dec. 22, 2017. ©Tampa Bay Times / Willie J. Allen Jr / The Image Works
LITHIA - Chloe Leverington, 9, had a blast riding through the bike trails at Alafia River State Park. Leverington came with more than 25 other junior riders for the first meeting of the Alafia Junior Mountain Bike Riders, held Jan 7.    2018-01-06   ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Purks / The Image Works
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LITHIA - Chloe Leverington, 9, had a blast riding through the bike trails at Alafia River State Park. Leverington came with more than 25 other junior riders for the first meeting of the Alafia Junior Mountain Bike Riders, held Jan 7. 2018-01-06 ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Purks / The Image Works
LITHIA - Chloe Leverington, 9 (left), and Annika Brazinski, 11 (right) had a blast riding through the bike trails at Alafia River State Park. Leverington and Brazinski came with more than 25 other junior riders for the first meeting of the Alafia Junior Mountain Bike Riders, held Jan 7.   2018-01-06  ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Purks / The Image Works
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LITHIA - Chloe Leverington, 9 (left), and Annika Brazinski, 11 (right) had a blast riding through the bike trails at Alafia River State Park. Leverington and Brazinski came with more than 25 other junior riders for the first meeting of the Alafia Junior Mountain Bike Riders, held Jan 7. 2018-01-06 ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Purks / The Image Works
A potential mermaid swims to where her water tread test will take place during Weeki Wachee mermaid auditions in Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, FL, on Saturday, January 13, 2018. The mermaid hopefuls swam 300 yards with and against the current under 15 minutes, and tread water for 10 minutes.Weeki Wachee Springs State Park FL    ©Tampa Bay Times / Gabriella Angotti-Jones / The Image Works
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A potential mermaid swims to where her water tread test will take place during Weeki Wachee mermaid auditions
in Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, FL, on Saturday, January 13, 2018. The mermaid hopefuls swam 300 yards with and against the current under 15 minutes, and tread water for 10 minutes.Weeki Wachee Springs State Park FL ©Tampa Bay Times / Gabriella Angotti-Jones / The Image Works
Potential Mermaids  cautiously enter the 72 degree water during Weeki Wachee mermaid auditions in Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, FL, on Saturday, January 13, 2018. The mermaid hopefuls swam 300 yards with and against the current under 15 minutes, and tread water for 10 minutes.Weeki Wachee Springs State Park FL    ©Tampa Bay Times / Gabriella Angotti-Jones / The Image Works
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Potential Mermaids cautiously enter the 72 degree water
during Weeki Wachee mermaid auditions in Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, FL, on Saturday, January 13, 2018. The mermaid hopefuls swam 300 yards with and against the current under 15 minutes, and tread water for 10 minutes.Weeki Wachee Springs State Park FL ©Tampa Bay Times / Gabriella Angotti-Jones / The Image Works
This is what it looks like when you try to eat the federal recommendations for fruit and vegetables. This is one day's worth of both: 3 cups vegetables, 2 cups fruit.     2018-01-12   ©Tampa Bay Times / Michelle Stark / The Image Works
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This is what it looks like when you try to eat the federal recommendations for fruit and vegetables. This is one day's worth of both: 3 cups vegetables, 2 cups fruit. 2018-01-12 ©Tampa Bay Times / Michelle Stark / The Image Works
Rachel Villarreal, second from left, helps her son Bishop Namaste, 6, shield his candle from a light breeze during  a candlelight vigil was held honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018 in St. Petersburg, Florida.  ©Tampa Bay Times / Gabriella Angotti-Jones / The Image Works
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Rachel Villarreal, second from left, helps her son Bishop Namaste, 6, shield his candle from a light breeze during a candlelight vigil was held honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018 in St. Petersburg, Florida. ©Tampa Bay Times / Gabriella Angotti-Jones / The Image Works
Members of the Competitive Edge Dance Company of St. Petersburg, FL., hang out after the the 2018 The Martin Luther King Jr.  "Dream Big" Parade and celebration in downtown St. Petersburg on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. St. Petersburg Florida  ©Tampa Bay Times / Gabriella Angotti-Jones / The Image Works
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Members of the Competitive Edge Dance Company of St. Petersburg, FL., hang out after the the 2018 The Martin Luther King Jr. "Dream Big" Parade and celebration in downtown St. Petersburg on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. St. Petersburg Florida ©Tampa Bay Times / Gabriella Angotti-Jones / The Image Works
USAA members march in the 29th Annual City of Tampa Martin Luther King Day Parade on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018, in Tampa, Fla. The two-mile parade route started at Cuscaden Park and ended at Middleton High School in East Tampa. The parade included floats, cars, trucks, walking units and bands.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
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USAA members march in the 29th Annual City of Tampa Martin Luther King Day Parade on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018, in Tampa, Fla. The two-mile parade route started at Cuscaden Park and ended at Middleton High School in East Tampa. The parade included floats, cars, trucks, walking units and bands. ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
A vigil surrounding a plaque of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  outside a chamber concert at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018 in St. Petersburg, Florida.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Gabriella Angotti-Jones / The Image Works
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A vigil surrounding a plaque of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. outside a chamber concert at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018 in St. Petersburg, Florida. ©Tampa Bay Times / Gabriella Angotti-Jones / The Image Works
(1/19/2013 Tarpon Springs, Fla.) Yuridia Baxcajay (cq), 8, center, carries a sign while marching with Miciah McCray (cq), 9, left, and other children with the Union Academy Family Center in the Martin Luther King Day parade on Pinellas Avenue in Tarpon Springs Saturday morning. The parade kicked off the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship and Events Foundation Celebration held at Dorsett Park.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
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(1/19/2013 Tarpon Springs, Fla.) Yuridia Baxcajay (cq), 8, center, carries a sign while marching with Miciah McCray (cq), 9, left, and other children with the Union Academy Family Center in the Martin Luther King Day parade on Pinellas Avenue in Tarpon Springs Saturday morning. The parade kicked off the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship and Events Foundation Celebration held at Dorsett Park. ©Tampa Bay Times / Will Vragovic / The Image Works
Mentor Carolyn Muro, left, looks on as Keisha Walters, 32 of Tampa, holds her six month-old daughter Zeeva Goldsmith during a visit to the Foundations of Life Pregnancy Center operated by Catholic Charities Diocese of St. Petersburg, Inc., Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017 in Tampa. The center offers pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, adoption services and general counseling for women who find themselves in an unwanted or unscheduled pregnancy. Tampa FL  2017-12-19   ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Mentor Carolyn Muro, left, looks on as Keisha Walters, 32 of Tampa, holds her six month-old daughter Zeeva Goldsmith during a visit to the Foundations of Life Pregnancy Center operated by Catholic Charities Diocese of St. Petersburg, Inc., Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017 in Tampa. The center offers pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, adoption services and general counseling for women who find themselves in an unwanted or unscheduled pregnancy. Tampa FL 2017-12-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
Keisha Walters, 32 of Tampa, smiles at her six month-old daughter Zeeva Goldsmith during a visit to the Foundations of Life Pregnancy Center operated by Catholic Charities Diocese of St. Petersburg, Inc., Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017 in Tampa. The center offers pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, adoption services and general counseling for women who find themselves in an unwanted or unscheduled pregnancy. Tampa FL  2017-12-19   ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Keisha Walters, 32 of Tampa, smiles at her six month-old daughter Zeeva Goldsmith during a visit to the Foundations of Life Pregnancy Center operated by Catholic Charities Diocese of St. Petersburg, Inc., Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017 in Tampa. The center offers pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, adoption services and general counseling for women who find themselves in an unwanted or unscheduled pregnancy. Tampa FL 2017-12-19 ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
Rose Llauget, director of pregnancy and adoption services with Catholic Charities Diocese of St. Petersburg, Inc., replaces a doll which represents the early stages of fetuses development at her office in Tampa Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017. Llauget oversees five pregnancy centers in the Tampa Bay area that are operated by Catholic church. The centers offer pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, adoption services and general counseling for women who find themselves in an unwanted or unscheduled pregnancy.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Rose Llauget, director of pregnancy and adoption services with Catholic Charities Diocese of St. Petersburg, Inc., replaces a doll which represents the early stages of fetuses development at her office in Tampa Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017. Llauget oversees five pregnancy centers in the Tampa Bay area that are operated by Catholic church. The centers offer pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, adoption services and general counseling for women who find themselves in an unwanted or unscheduled pregnancy. ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
Overall of FL Senate from President's desk. Tallahassee FL  2018-01-10   ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Keeler / The Image Works
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Overall of FL Senate from President's desk. Tallahassee FL 2018-01-10 ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Keeler / The Image Works
Florida Governor Rick Scott addresses a joint session of the Florida Legislature at the Capitol in Tallahassee. Tallahassee FL  2018-01-09   ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Keeler / The Image Works
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Florida Governor Rick Scott addresses a joint session of the Florida Legislature at the Capitol in Tallahassee. Tallahassee FL 2018-01-09 ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Keeler / The Image Works
Sprinklers run as the sun rises on Friday January 5, 2018, on Wish Farms strawberry fields at Sewell Farm, in Plant City, Fla. When the temperatures drop below freezing ice helps insulate the berries and protect them from damage. The fields were picked yesterday so there are not many red berries left on the plants.  Plant City Florida  2018-01-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Monica Herndon / The Image Works
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Sprinklers run as the sun rises on Friday January 5, 2018, on Wish Farms strawberry fields at Sewell Farm, in Plant City, Fla. When the temperatures drop below freezing ice helps insulate the berries and protect them from damage. The fields were picked yesterday so there are not many red berries left on the plants. Plant City Florida 2018-01-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Monica Herndon / The Image Works
Sprinklers run as the sun rises on Friday January 5, 2018, on Wish Farms strawberry fields at Sewell Farm, in Plant City, Fla. When the temperatures drop below freezing ice helps insulate the berries and protect them from damage. The fields were picked yesterday so there are not many red berries left on the plants.  Plant City Florida  2018-01-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Monica Herndon / The Image Works
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Sprinklers run as the sun rises on Friday January 5, 2018, on Wish Farms strawberry fields at Sewell Farm, in Plant City, Fla. When the temperatures drop below freezing ice helps insulate the berries and protect them from damage. The fields were picked yesterday so there are not many red berries left on the plants. Plant City Florida 2018-01-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Monica Herndon / The Image Works
The Aquaponics farm at Mote Aquaculture Research Park is seen from the mangroves greenhouse on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2017, in Sarasota, Fla. Aquaponics is a sustainable aquaculture system in which fish and plants are grown together. The solid waste from the fish is used to fertilize these mangroves.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
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The Aquaponics farm at Mote Aquaculture Research Park is seen from the mangroves greenhouse on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2017, in Sarasota, Fla. Aquaponics is a sustainable aquaculture system in which fish and plants are grown together. The solid waste from the fish is used to fertilize these mangroves. ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
Senior scientist and director for the marine and freshwater aquaculture research program at Mote Aquaculture Research Park shows the Aquaponics system used to grow sea purslane plants at the park on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2017, in Sarasota, Fla. Aquaponics is a sustainable aquaculture system in which fish and plants are grown together. The water used to grow fish in tanks is filtered and used to farm plants hydroponically. The same water is then recirculated back to the fish tanks.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
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Senior scientist and director for the marine and freshwater aquaculture research program at Mote Aquaculture Research Park shows the Aquaponics system used to grow sea purslane plants at the park on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2017, in Sarasota, Fla. Aquaponics is a sustainable aquaculture system in which fish and plants are grown together. The water used to grow fish in tanks is filtered and used to farm plants hydroponically. The same water is then recirculated back to the fish tanks. ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
The Aquaponics system at Mote Aquaculture Research Park on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2017, in Sarasota, Fla. Aquaponics is a sustainable aquaculture system in which fish and plants are grown together. The water used to grow red drums in the fish tanks, foreground, is then filtered and used to farm sea purslane plants, background, which are grown hydroponically. The same water is then recirculated back to the fish tanks.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
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The Aquaponics system at Mote Aquaculture Research Park on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2017, in Sarasota, Fla. Aquaponics is a sustainable aquaculture system in which fish and plants are grown together. The water used to grow red drums in the fish tanks, foreground, is then filtered and used to farm sea purslane plants, background, which are grown hydroponically. The same water is then recirculated back to the fish tanks. ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
Sprinklers run as the sun rises on Friday January 5, 2018, on Wish Farms strawberry fields at Sewell Farm, in Plant City, Fla. When the temperatures drop below freezing ice helps insulate the berries and protect them from damage. The fields were picked yesterday so there are not many red berries left on the plants.  Plant City Florida  2018-01-05   ©Tampa Bay Times / Monica Herndon / The Image Works
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Sprinklers run as the sun rises on Friday January 5, 2018, on Wish Farms strawberry fields at Sewell Farm, in Plant City, Fla. When the temperatures drop below freezing ice helps insulate the berries and protect them from damage. The fields were picked yesterday so there are not many red berries left on the plants. Plant City Florida 2018-01-05 ©Tampa Bay Times / Monica Herndon / The Image Works
Elizabeth Randall, 16, of Carterville, IL, plays the ukulele at SunWest Park on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017, in Hudson, Fla. Hudson FL  2017-12-29     ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
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Elizabeth Randall, 16, of Carterville, IL, plays the ukulele at SunWest Park on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017, in Hudson, Fla. Hudson FL 2017-12-29 ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
Elizabeth Randall, 16, of Carterville, IL, plays the ukulele at SunWest Park on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017, in Hudson, Fla. Hudson FL  2017-12-29   Tampa Bay Times   ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
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Elizabeth Randall, 16, of Carterville, IL, plays the ukulele at SunWest Park on Friday, Dec. 29, 2017, in Hudson, Fla. Hudson FL 2017-12-29 Tampa Bay Times ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
A debutante holds a bouquet of roses backstage  before the Debutante Ball at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Thursday, Dec. 28, 2017. College sophomores were presented to their friends and family at the event.    2017-12-28   ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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A debutante holds a bouquet of roses backstage
before the Debutante Ball at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg on Thursday, Dec. 28, 2017. College sophomores were presented to their friends and family at the event. 2017-12-28 ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works

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