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 Dain Arnold, Liz Draper, and Gabe Barnett of Gabe Barnett and the Big House Rounders, perform for tips on the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota, during the 2014 4th of July celebration, Red, White and Boom at Father Hennepin Bandshell.

Dain Arnold, Liz Draper, and Gabe Barnett of Gabe Barnett and the Big House Rounders, perform for tips on the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota, during the 2014 4th of July celebration, Red, White and Boom at Father Hennepin Bandshell.

 Pastor Frank Jenkins and Natasha Clemons in the prayer line during service at Faith Temple in Palmetto on Sunday May 15, 2016. In June 2012, Rodney Mitchell was shot and killed by Sarasota County Sheriff’s deputies. Since then, his mother, Natasha Clemons, has pushed for the officers to be prosecuted. This image appeared with a a mini-doc in the Tampa Bay Times project,  Why Cops Shoot .

Pastor Frank Jenkins and Natasha Clemons in the prayer line during service at Faith Temple in Palmetto on Sunday May 15, 2016. In June 2012, Rodney Mitchell was shot and killed by Sarasota County Sheriff’s deputies. Since then, his mother, Natasha Clemons, has pushed for the officers to be prosecuted. This image appeared with a a mini-doc in the Tampa Bay Times project, Why Cops Shoot.

 Jeff Busciglio pauses for a breath in the old dairy parlor at Tower Dairy on February 8, 2017. After Jeff and his father Sammy Busciglio built a new milking parlor, this space became a garden. When they learned that they would have to move the garden fell into disrepair. Third generation Florida dairy farmer Jeff moved to Georgia with his dad, his wife, his kids and their 160 cow herd.  The last dairy farm  in Hillsborough County, Florida, was replaced by a housing development. The Busciglios farmed the nearly 250 acre plot, just 10 minutes outside of downtown Tampa, since 1950.

Jeff Busciglio pauses for a breath in the old dairy parlor at Tower Dairy on February 8, 2017. After Jeff and his father Sammy Busciglio built a new milking parlor, this space became a garden. When they learned that they would have to move the garden fell into disrepair. Third generation Florida dairy farmer Jeff moved to Georgia with his dad, his wife, his kids and their 160 cow herd. The last dairy farm in Hillsborough County, Florida, was replaced by a housing development. The Busciglios farmed the nearly 250 acre plot, just 10 minutes outside of downtown Tampa, since 1950.

 Joe Yeckley, hugs his son Tyler Yeckley, 5, while hanging out with friends at their home on Friday June 12, 2015 in Pinellas Park. Tyler was diagnosed with brain cancer shortly after Christmas 2014 and died July 23, 2015. Tyler and his mom, Kristen Yeckley, moved to Colorado so that he could have cannabis oil to ease the pain. Dad, Joe Yeckley stayed in St. Pete, working.

Joe Yeckley, hugs his son Tyler Yeckley, 5, while hanging out with friends at their home on Friday June 12, 2015 in Pinellas Park. Tyler was diagnosed with brain cancer shortly after Christmas 2014 and died July 23, 2015. Tyler and his mom, Kristen Yeckley, moved to Colorado so that he could have cannabis oil to ease the pain. Dad, Joe Yeckley stayed in St. Pete, working.

 Christian Sullivan, 9, of Tampa, watches the sun during a solar eclipse party on August 21, 2017 at the Museum of Science and Industry, in Tampa, Fla. Tampa experienced a partial eclipse.

Christian Sullivan, 9, of Tampa, watches the sun during a solar eclipse party on August 21, 2017 at the Museum of Science and Industry, in Tampa, Fla. Tampa experienced a partial eclipse.

 Sara Elisa Villa posed for a portrait on January 18, 2018 at Lettuce Lake Park, in Tampa, Fla. Villa said she was propositioned by Daniel Lipton, former artistic director of Opera Tampa, in 2015 while she was still a student. Lipton resigned in July 2017.

Sara Elisa Villa posed for a portrait on January 18, 2018 at Lettuce Lake Park, in Tampa, Fla. Villa said she was propositioned by Daniel Lipton, former artistic director of Opera Tampa, in 2015 while she was still a student. Lipton resigned in July 2017.

 Artist Patricia Cronin gazes up at her sculpture, Aphrodite Reimagined, on August 15, 2018 at the Tampa Museum of Art, in Tampa, Fla. The sculpture is part of Cronin's solo exhibition, Patricia Cronin, Aphrodite, and the Lure of Antiquity: Conversations with the Collection. The exhibition is on display August 16 through January 6, 2019.

Artist Patricia Cronin gazes up at her sculpture, Aphrodite Reimagined, on August 15, 2018 at the Tampa Museum of Art, in Tampa, Fla. The sculpture is part of Cronin's solo exhibition, Patricia Cronin, Aphrodite, and the Lure of Antiquity: Conversations with the Collection. The exhibition is on display August 16 through January 6, 2019.

 (center) Gracie Gordy, 13, hugs Kaylee Pompey, 13, both John Hopkins middle school students, at the opening night of Through Our Eyes: Midtown and Beyond on Friday November 6, 2015 at Studio 620 in downtown St. Petersburg. 

The exhibit features photographs and multimedia work of students from Melrose Elementary, John Hopkins Middle, and Lakewood High School. 

On Sunday November 8, at 3pm, there will be a poetry slam in the exhibit at Studio620

(center) Gracie Gordy, 13, hugs Kaylee Pompey, 13, both John Hopkins middle school students, at the opening night of Through Our Eyes: Midtown and Beyond on Friday November 6, 2015 at Studio 620 in downtown St. Petersburg. The exhibit features photographs and multimedia work of students from Melrose Elementary, John Hopkins Middle, and Lakewood High School. On Sunday November 8, at 3pm, there will be a poetry slam in the exhibit at Studio620

 Dancers take ballet class at the barre on October 22, 2012 at the Thomas Armour Youth Ballet in Miami, Florida.

Dancers take ballet class at the barre on October 22, 2012 at the Thomas Armour Youth Ballet in Miami, Florida.

 Latoya Jackson tickles her son Benny, 11 months old, in front of her apartment at Massalina Memorial Homes on December 4, 2018 in Panama City, Fla. Jackson rode out Hurricane Michael in a closet in her two-bedroom apartment with her two kids. Everyone in the complex was asked to relocate even though some units suffered minimal damage. Jackson cannot afford to leave.

Latoya Jackson tickles her son Benny, 11 months old, in front of her apartment at Massalina Memorial Homes on December 4, 2018 in Panama City, Fla. Jackson rode out Hurricane Michael in a closet in her two-bedroom apartment with her two kids. Everyone in the complex was asked to relocate even though some units suffered minimal damage. Jackson cannot afford to leave.

Dain Arnold, Liz Draper, and Gabe Barnett of Gabe Barnett and the Big House Rounders, perform for tips on the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota, during the 2014 4th of July celebration, Red, White and Boom at Father Hennepin Bandshell.

Pastor Frank Jenkins and Natasha Clemons in the prayer line during service at Faith Temple in Palmetto on Sunday May 15, 2016. In June 2012, Rodney Mitchell was shot and killed by Sarasota County Sheriff’s deputies. Since then, his mother, Natasha Clemons, has pushed for the officers to be prosecuted. This image appeared with a a mini-doc in the Tampa Bay Times project, Why Cops Shoot.

Jeff Busciglio pauses for a breath in the old dairy parlor at Tower Dairy on February 8, 2017. After Jeff and his father Sammy Busciglio built a new milking parlor, this space became a garden. When they learned that they would have to move the garden fell into disrepair. Third generation Florida dairy farmer Jeff moved to Georgia with his dad, his wife, his kids and their 160 cow herd. The last dairy farm in Hillsborough County, Florida, was replaced by a housing development. The Busciglios farmed the nearly 250 acre plot, just 10 minutes outside of downtown Tampa, since 1950.

Joe Yeckley, hugs his son Tyler Yeckley, 5, while hanging out with friends at their home on Friday June 12, 2015 in Pinellas Park. Tyler was diagnosed with brain cancer shortly after Christmas 2014 and died July 23, 2015. Tyler and his mom, Kristen Yeckley, moved to Colorado so that he could have cannabis oil to ease the pain. Dad, Joe Yeckley stayed in St. Pete, working.

Christian Sullivan, 9, of Tampa, watches the sun during a solar eclipse party on August 21, 2017 at the Museum of Science and Industry, in Tampa, Fla. Tampa experienced a partial eclipse.

Sara Elisa Villa posed for a portrait on January 18, 2018 at Lettuce Lake Park, in Tampa, Fla. Villa said she was propositioned by Daniel Lipton, former artistic director of Opera Tampa, in 2015 while she was still a student. Lipton resigned in July 2017.

Artist Patricia Cronin gazes up at her sculpture, Aphrodite Reimagined, on August 15, 2018 at the Tampa Museum of Art, in Tampa, Fla. The sculpture is part of Cronin's solo exhibition, Patricia Cronin, Aphrodite, and the Lure of Antiquity: Conversations with the Collection. The exhibition is on display August 16 through January 6, 2019.

(center) Gracie Gordy, 13, hugs Kaylee Pompey, 13, both John Hopkins middle school students, at the opening night of Through Our Eyes: Midtown and Beyond on Friday November 6, 2015 at Studio 620 in downtown St. Petersburg. The exhibit features photographs and multimedia work of students from Melrose Elementary, John Hopkins Middle, and Lakewood High School. On Sunday November 8, at 3pm, there will be a poetry slam in the exhibit at Studio620

Dancers take ballet class at the barre on October 22, 2012 at the Thomas Armour Youth Ballet in Miami, Florida.

Latoya Jackson tickles her son Benny, 11 months old, in front of her apartment at Massalina Memorial Homes on December 4, 2018 in Panama City, Fla. Jackson rode out Hurricane Michael in a closet in her two-bedroom apartment with her two kids. Everyone in the complex was asked to relocate even though some units suffered minimal damage. Jackson cannot afford to leave.

 Dain Arnold, Liz Draper, and Gabe Barnett of Gabe Barnett and the Big House Rounders, perform for tips on the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota, during the 2014 4th of July celebration, Red, White and Boom at Father Hennepin Bandshell.
 Pastor Frank Jenkins and Natasha Clemons in the prayer line during service at Faith Temple in Palmetto on Sunday May 15, 2016. In June 2012, Rodney Mitchell was shot and killed by Sarasota County Sheriff’s deputies. Since then, his mother, Natasha Clemons, has pushed for the officers to be prosecuted. This image appeared with a a mini-doc in the Tampa Bay Times project,  Why Cops Shoot .
 Jeff Busciglio pauses for a breath in the old dairy parlor at Tower Dairy on February 8, 2017. After Jeff and his father Sammy Busciglio built a new milking parlor, this space became a garden. When they learned that they would have to move the garden fell into disrepair. Third generation Florida dairy farmer Jeff moved to Georgia with his dad, his wife, his kids and their 160 cow herd.  The last dairy farm  in Hillsborough County, Florida, was replaced by a housing development. The Busciglios farmed the nearly 250 acre plot, just 10 minutes outside of downtown Tampa, since 1950.
 Joe Yeckley, hugs his son Tyler Yeckley, 5, while hanging out with friends at their home on Friday June 12, 2015 in Pinellas Park. Tyler was diagnosed with brain cancer shortly after Christmas 2014 and died July 23, 2015. Tyler and his mom, Kristen Yeckley, moved to Colorado so that he could have cannabis oil to ease the pain. Dad, Joe Yeckley stayed in St. Pete, working.
 Christian Sullivan, 9, of Tampa, watches the sun during a solar eclipse party on August 21, 2017 at the Museum of Science and Industry, in Tampa, Fla. Tampa experienced a partial eclipse.
 Sara Elisa Villa posed for a portrait on January 18, 2018 at Lettuce Lake Park, in Tampa, Fla. Villa said she was propositioned by Daniel Lipton, former artistic director of Opera Tampa, in 2015 while she was still a student. Lipton resigned in July 2017.
 Artist Patricia Cronin gazes up at her sculpture, Aphrodite Reimagined, on August 15, 2018 at the Tampa Museum of Art, in Tampa, Fla. The sculpture is part of Cronin's solo exhibition, Patricia Cronin, Aphrodite, and the Lure of Antiquity: Conversations with the Collection. The exhibition is on display August 16 through January 6, 2019.
 (center) Gracie Gordy, 13, hugs Kaylee Pompey, 13, both John Hopkins middle school students, at the opening night of Through Our Eyes: Midtown and Beyond on Friday November 6, 2015 at Studio 620 in downtown St. Petersburg. 

The exhibit features photographs and multimedia work of students from Melrose Elementary, John Hopkins Middle, and Lakewood High School. 

On Sunday November 8, at 3pm, there will be a poetry slam in the exhibit at Studio620
 Dancers take ballet class at the barre on October 22, 2012 at the Thomas Armour Youth Ballet in Miami, Florida.
 Latoya Jackson tickles her son Benny, 11 months old, in front of her apartment at Massalina Memorial Homes on December 4, 2018 in Panama City, Fla. Jackson rode out Hurricane Michael in a closet in her two-bedroom apartment with her two kids. Everyone in the complex was asked to relocate even though some units suffered minimal damage. Jackson cannot afford to leave.