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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
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
Actor and candidate for congress in the 26th district of California Antonio Sabato Jr. talks to the media during Epiphany at Spring Bayou in Tarpon Springs, Florida on Saturday, January 6, 2017. The celebration in Tarpon Springs is often called the largest Epiphany celebration in the Western Hemisphere. FL  2018-01-06   ©Tampa Bay Times / Eve Edelheit / The Image Works
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Actor and candidate for congress in the 26th district of California Antonio Sabato Jr. talks to the media during Epiphany at Spring Bayou in Tarpon Springs, Florida on Saturday, January 6, 2017. The celebration in Tarpon Springs is often called the largest Epiphany celebration in the Western Hemisphere. FL 2018-01-06 ©Tampa Bay Times / Eve Edelheit / The Image Works
Richard Dreyfuss and Diane Keaton with their Best Actor and Best Actress Awards at the 50th Annual Academy Awards , USA 4 April 1978  Topfoto/ The Image Works
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Richard Dreyfuss and Diane Keaton with their Best Actor and Best Actress Awards at the 50th Annual Academy Awards , USA
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MAN OF THE MOMENT   Striking screen newcomer - 21- year - old John Derek - is being hailed as a modern successor to valentino . He was discovered by Humphrey Bogart , who immediately cast him for the key role in '' Knock on any door '' which is to be shown here soon by Columbia Pictures . John Derek is 5' 11and a half inches tall , has hazel eyes and jet black hair ; he was born in Hollywood and was in the U.S Army , served with the Japanese occupation forces and , after demobilisation , was spotted by Bogart .   28 April 1949  TopFoto/ The Image Works
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MAN OF THE MOMENT

Striking screen newcomer - 21- year - old John Derek - is being hailed as a modern successor to valentino . He was discovered by Humphrey Bogart , who immediately cast him for the key role in '' Knock on any door '' which is to be shown here soon by Columbia Pictures . John Derek is 5' 11and a half inches tall , has hazel eyes and jet black hair ; he was born in Hollywood and was in the U.S Army , served with the Japanese occupation forces and , after demobilisation , was spotted by Bogart .

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Personal aide Linda Saurini, left, leans in as Connor Carlisle gets a congratulatory fist bump from his private duty nurse, Yolanda Anderson, right, after Connor got a high score on his final exam in the media center at St Petersburg High School Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. Connor is a St. Petersburg High School freshman who has undergone more than 30 surgeries in his short life after being born with Cloverleaf Skull, Crouzon Syndrome, and Arnold Chiari Malformation. His family has traveled the country for surgeries. He recently printed out fliers and passed them out at school inviting his peers to see a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater. More than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL  2017-12-21   ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
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Personal aide Linda Saurini, left, leans in as Connor Carlisle gets a congratulatory fist bump from his private duty nurse, Yolanda Anderson, right, after Connor got a high score on his final exam in the media center at St Petersburg High School Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. Connor is a St. Petersburg High School freshman who has undergone more than 30 surgeries in his short life after being born with Cloverleaf Skull, Crouzon Syndrome, and Arnold Chiari Malformation. His family has traveled the country for surgeries. He recently printed out fliers and passed them out at school inviting his peers to see a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater. More than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL 2017-12-21 ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
Brodie Hislop, 15, greets Connor Carlisle, 16, with a hug in the hallway at St Petersburg High School Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. "He makes my day every day," said Hislop, who has been friends with Carlisle since preschool. "He's just a really sweet, uplifting person." Hislop attended a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater, where more than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL  2017-12-21   ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
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Brodie Hislop, 15, greets Connor Carlisle, 16, with a hug in the hallway at St Petersburg High School Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. "He makes my day every day," said Hislop, who has been friends with Carlisle since preschool. "He's just a really sweet, uplifting person." Hislop attended a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater, where more than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL 2017-12-21 ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
Kerry Carlisle helps her son, Connor Carlisle, with breathing therapy before dinner Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017. Connor is a St. Petersburg High School freshman who has undergone more than 30 surgeries in his short life after being born with Cloverleaf Skull, Crouzon Syndrome, and Arnold Chiari Malformation. His family has traveled the country for surgeries. He recently printed out fliers and passed them out at school inviting his peers to see a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater. More than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL  2017-12-20   ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
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Kerry Carlisle helps her son, Connor Carlisle, with breathing therapy before dinner Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017. Connor is a St. Petersburg High School freshman who has undergone more than 30 surgeries in his short life after being born with Cloverleaf Skull, Crouzon Syndrome, and Arnold Chiari Malformation. His family has traveled the country for surgeries. He recently printed out fliers and passed them out at school inviting his peers to see a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater. More than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL 2017-12-20 ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
The Carlisle family, including (clockwise from left) Kerry, 16-year-old Connor, Connor's brother 18-year-old Reid, and Connor's father Reid, gather for a homemade pizza dinner Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017. Connor sits at the table and often reads, as he ingests through a feeding tube. Connor is a St. Petersburg High School freshman who has undergone more than 30 surgeries in his short life after being born with Cloverleaf Skull, Crouzon Syndrome, and Arnold Chiari Malformation. His family has traveled the country for surgeries. He recently printed out fliers and passed them out at school inviting his peers to see a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater. More than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL  2017-12-20   ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
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The Carlisle family, including (clockwise from left) Kerry, 16-year-old Connor, Connor's brother 18-year-old Reid, and Connor's father Reid, gather for a homemade pizza dinner Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017. Connor sits at the table and often reads, as he ingests through a feeding tube. Connor is a St. Petersburg High School freshman who has undergone more than 30 surgeries in his short life after being born with Cloverleaf Skull, Crouzon Syndrome, and Arnold Chiari Malformation. His family has traveled the country for surgeries. He recently printed out fliers and passed them out at school inviting his peers to see a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater. More than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL 2017-12-20 ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
Reid Carlisle, 18, left, plays an Xbox game with his brother, Connor, 16, before dinner Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017. Connor is a St. Petersburg High School freshman who has undergone more than 30 surgeries in his short life after being born with Cloverleaf Skull, Crouzon Syndrome, and Arnold Chiari Malformation. His family has traveled the country for surgeries. He recently printed out fliers and passed them out at school inviting his peers to see a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater. More than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL  2017-12-20   ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
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Reid Carlisle, 18, left, plays an Xbox game with his brother, Connor, 16, before dinner Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017. Connor is a St. Petersburg High School freshman who has undergone more than 30 surgeries in his short life after being born with Cloverleaf Skull, Crouzon Syndrome, and Arnold Chiari Malformation. His family has traveled the country for surgeries. He recently printed out fliers and passed them out at school inviting his peers to see a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater. More than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL 2017-12-20 ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
Connor Carlisle, 16, walks to lunch with his private duty nurse, Yolanda Anderson, at St Petersburg High School Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. Connor is a St. Petersburg High School freshman who has undergone more than 30 surgeries in his short life after being born with Cloverleaf Skull, Crouzon Syndrome, and Arnold Chiari Malformation. His family has traveled the country for surgeries. He recently printed out fliers and passed them out at school inviting his peers to see a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater. More than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL  2017-12-21   ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
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Connor Carlisle, 16, walks to lunch with his private duty nurse, Yolanda Anderson, at St Petersburg High School Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. Connor is a St. Petersburg High School freshman who has undergone more than 30 surgeries in his short life after being born with Cloverleaf Skull, Crouzon Syndrome, and Arnold Chiari Malformation. His family has traveled the country for surgeries. He recently printed out fliers and passed them out at school inviting his peers to see a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater. More than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL 2017-12-21 ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
Connor Carlisle and his mother, Kerry Carlisle, talk at the dinner table Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017. Connor sits at the table and often reads, as he ingests through a feeding tube. Connor is a St. Petersburg High School freshman who has undergone more than 30 surgeries in his short life after being born with Cloverleaf Skull, Crouzon Syndrome, and Arnold Chiari Malformation. His family has traveled the country for surgeries. He recently printed out fliers and passed them out at school inviting his peers to see a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater. More than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL  2017-12-20   ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
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Connor Carlisle and his mother, Kerry Carlisle, talk at the dinner table Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017. Connor sits at the table and often reads, as he ingests through a feeding tube. Connor is a St. Petersburg High School freshman who has undergone more than 30 surgeries in his short life after being born with Cloverleaf Skull, Crouzon Syndrome, and Arnold Chiari Malformation. His family has traveled the country for surgeries. He recently printed out fliers and passed them out at school inviting his peers to see a screening of the movie, Wonder, with him at the Sundial movie theater. More than 60 of his friends showed up. Wonder is a movie based on a young adult book with a main character who experiences bullying because he is living with a deformity. It is Connor's favorite book. St. Petersburg FL 2017-12-20 ©Tampa Bay Times / Lara Cerri / The Image Works
Performers from the Korean Traditional Dance of Choomnoori entertain revelers as they celebrate the new year at First Night at the high school in Morristown on Sunday evening.  12/31/2017   ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Performers from the Korean Traditional Dance of Choomnoori entertain revelers as they celebrate the new year at First Night at the high school in Morristown on Sunday evening. 12/31/2017 ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Performers from the Korean Traditional Dance of Choomnoori entertain revelers as they celebrate the new year at First Night at the high school in Morristown on Sunday evening.  12/31/2017   ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Performers from the Korean Traditional Dance of Choomnoori entertain revelers as they celebrate the new year at First Night at the high school in Morristown on Sunday evening. 12/31/2017 ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Performers from the Korean Traditional Dance of Choomnoori entertain revelers as they celebrate the new year at First Night at the high school in Morristown on Sunday evening.  12/31/2017   ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Performers from the Korean Traditional Dance of Choomnoori entertain revelers as they celebrate the new year at First Night at the high school in Morristown on Sunday evening. 12/31/2017 ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Performers from the Korean Traditional Dance of Choomnoori entertain revelers as they celebrate the new year at First Night at the high school in Morristown on Sunday evening.  12/31/2017   ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Performers from the Korean Traditional Dance of Choomnoori entertain revelers as they celebrate the new year at First Night at the high school in Morristown on Sunday evening. 12/31/2017 ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Bethel, New York:  Woodstock Festival 1969.  ©Tom Miner / The Image Works
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Bethel, New York: Woodstock Festival 1969. ©Tom Miner / The Image Works
Theo Georgiou an employee with EverGreene Architectural Arts, bottom, works on part of a column in the lobby of the Tampa Theatre Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017 in Tampa. The 91-year-old downtown historic theatre closed November 6 to undergo $6 million in renovations so it more closely mimics its original 1926 look.Tampa FL     ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Theo Georgiou an employee with EverGreene Architectural Arts, bottom, works on part of a column in the lobby of the Tampa Theatre Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017 in Tampa. The 91-year-old downtown historic theatre closed November 6 to undergo $6 million in renovations so it more closely mimics its original 1926 look.Tampa FL ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
Work continues inside the Tampa Theatre Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017 in Tampa. The 91-year-old downtown historic theatre closed November 6 to undergo $6 million in renovations so it more closely mimics its original 1926 look.Tampa FL    ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Work continues inside the Tampa Theatre Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017 in Tampa. The 91-year-old downtown historic theatre closed November 6 to undergo $6 million in renovations so it more closely mimics its original 1926 look.Tampa FL ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
Slade Tanner, bottom, an employee with EverGreene Architectural Arts, works on part of the birdcage sculpture in the lobby of the Tampa Theatre Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017 in Tampa. The 91-year-old downtown historic theatre closed November 6 to undergo $6 million in renovations so it more closely mimics its original 1926 look.Tampa FL    ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Slade Tanner, bottom, an employee with EverGreene Architectural Arts, works on part of the birdcage sculpture in the lobby of the Tampa Theatre Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017 in Tampa. The 91-year-old downtown historic theatre closed November 6 to undergo $6 million in renovations so it more closely mimics its original 1926 look.Tampa FL ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
Mike Davis, with Creative Contractors, works to paint part of the floor beneath seats in the Tampa Theatre Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017 in Tampa. The 91-year-old downtown historic theatre closed November 6 to undergo $6 million in renovations so it more closely mimics its original 1926 look.Tampa FL    ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Mike Davis, with Creative Contractors, works to paint part of the floor beneath seats in the Tampa Theatre Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017 in Tampa. The 91-year-old downtown historic theatre closed November 6 to undergo $6 million in renovations so it more closely mimics its original 1926 look.Tampa FL ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
Comedian Todd Barry performs as an opener for Yo La Tengo on Dec. 12, 2017, on the first night of the band's Hanukkah shows at Bowery Ballroom in New York City.   ©The Star-Ledger / Matt Smith / The Image Works
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Comedian Todd Barry performs as an opener for Yo La Tengo on Dec. 12, 2017, on the first night of the band's Hanukkah shows at Bowery Ballroom in New York City. ©The Star-Ledger / Matt Smith / The Image Works
Comedian Bob Odenkirk performs as an opener for Yo La Tengo on Dec. 12, 2017, on the first night of the band's Hanukkah shows at Bowery Ballroom in New York City.   ©The Star-Ledger / Matt Smith / The Image Works
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Comedian Bob Odenkirk performs as an opener for Yo La Tengo on Dec. 12, 2017, on the first night of the band's Hanukkah shows at Bowery Ballroom in New York City. ©The Star-Ledger / Matt Smith / The Image Works
Bethel, New York:  Woodstock Festival 1969. ©Tom Miner / The Image Works
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Bethel, New York: Woodstock Festival 1969. ©Tom Miner / The Image Works
Bethel, New York: Woodstock Music Festival. Hog Farm Area. Saturday, August 16, 1969©Tom Miner / The Image Works
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Bethel, New York: Woodstock Music Festival. Hog Farm Area. Saturday, August 16, 1969©Tom Miner / The Image Works

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