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Guns N Roses, Trade Bootlegs

2020.10.02 17:32 Particular-Service18 Guns N Roses, Trade Bootlegs

I trade any kind of Guns N 'Roses bootlges, I have everything from 1986 to 2019 ..
I attach my list:
1986-01-18 - The Roxy, Hollywood, CA, USA
1986-03-21 - Fenders Ballroom, Long Beach, CA, USA
1986-03-28 - The Roxy, Hollywood, CA, USA
1986-05-01 - The Central, Hollywood, CA, USA
1986-07-11 - The Troubadour, Hollywood, CA, USA
1986-09-13 - Music Machine, Los Angeles, CA, USA
1988-02-02 - The Ritz, New York, NY, USA
1988-03-31 - Fox's Late Show, Los Angeles, CA, USA
1988-05-01 - Toledo Sports Arena, Toledo, OH, USA
1988-05-09 - Felt Forum, New York, NY, USA
1988-05-14 - Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Canada
1988-07-27 - Hilton Coliseum, Ames, IA, USA
1988-08-04 - Philadelphia Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA, USA
1988-08-07 - Orange County Fairgrounds, Middletown, NY, USA
1988-08-20 - Castle Donington Park, Donington, England
1988-12-07 - Nakano Sunplaza, Tokyo, Japan
1988-12-15 - Entertainment Centre, Melbourne, Australia
1989-09-06 - Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA, USA
1989-10-18 - Los Angeles Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA, USA
1989-10-19 - Los Angeles Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA, USA
1989-10-22 - Los Angeles Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA, USA
1990-04-07 - Farm Aid IV - Hoosier Dome, Indianapolis, IN, USA
1990-11-09 - Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA, USA
1991-01-20 - Maracana Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1991-01-23 - Maracana Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1991-05-16 - The Ritz, New York, NY, USA
1991-05-29 - Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville, IN, USA
1991-06-07 - CNE Grandstad, Toronto, Canada
1991-06-08 - CNE Grandstad, Toronto, Canada
1991-06-10 - Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA
1991-06-11 - Hershey Stadium, Hershey, PA, USA
1991-06-13 - Philadelphia Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA, USA
1991-06-17 - Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY, USA
1991-06-19 - Capitol Center, Landover, MD, USA
1991-07-02 - Riverport Amphitheatre, St. Louis, MO, USA
1991-07-16 - Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA, USA
1991-07-25 - Pacific Amphitheatre, Costa Mesa, CA, USA
1991-08-16 - Globen, Stockholm, Sweden
1991-08-17 - Globen, Stockholm, Sweden
1991-08-24 - Maimarktgelände, Mannheim, Germany
1991-08-31 - Wembley Stadium, London, England
1991-12-09 - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA
1991-12-16 - Philadelphia Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA, USA
1991-12-17 - Philadelphia Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA, USA
1991-12-28 - Suncoast Dome, St. Petersburg, FL, USA
1991-12-31 - Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, FL, USA
1992-01-28 - San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA, USA
1992-02-22 - Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan
1992-04-06 - Myriad Arena, Oklahoma City, OK, USA
1992-04-09 - Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, IL, USA
1992-04-20 - Wembley Stadium, London, England
1992-05-16 - Slane Castle, Slane, Ireland
1992-05-20 - Strahovsky Stadium, Prague, Czechoslovakia
1992-05-23 - Donauinsel Stadium, Vienna, Austria
1992-05-26 - Olympic Stadium, Berlin, Germany
1992-05-28 - Neckar Stadium, Stuttgart, Germany
1992-05-30 - Müngersdorfer Stadium, Cologne, Germany
1992-06-03 - Niedersachsen Stadium, Hannover, Germany
1992-06-05 - Hippodrome De Vincennes, Paris, France
1992-06-06 - Hippodrome De Vincennes, Paris, France
1992-06-16 - International Stadium, Gateshead, England
1992-06-23 - Feyenoord Stadium, Rotterdam, Holland
1992-06-27 - Stadio Delle Alpi, Turin, Italy
1992-07-02 - Alvalade Stadium, Lisbon, Portugal
1992-07-17 - RFK Stadium, Washington, DC, USA
1992-07-18 - Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ, USA
1992-08-08 - Stade Du Parc Olympique, Montreal, Canada
1992-09-09 - Pauley Pavilion, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA
1992-09-13 - Exhibition Stadium, Toronto, Canada
1992-09-17 - Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO, USA
1992-09-24 - Oackland Stadium, Oackland, CA, USA
1992-11-30 - Estadio El Campin, Bogota, Colombia
1992-12-02 - Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile
1992-12-05 - Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina
1993-02-06 - Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand
1993-03-06 - New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, CT, USA
1993-03-09 - Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT, USA
1993-03-12 - Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, Canada
1993-04-03 - ARCO Arena, Sacramento, CA, USA
1993-04-24 - Palacio De Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico
1993-05-29 - National Bowl, Milton Keynes, England
1993-05-30 - National Bowl, Milton Keynes, England
1993-06-10 - Valle Hovin, Oslo, Norway
1993-06-19 - Müngersdorfer Stadion, Cologne, Germany
1993-06-25 - Waldstadion, Frankfurt, Germany
1993-06-29 - Stadio Braglia, Modena, Italy
1993-06-30 - Stadio Braglia, Modena, Italy
1993-07-05 - Estadio Olimpico, Barcelona, Spain
1993-07-06 - Estadio Vicente Calderon, Madrid, Spain
1993-07-11 - Werchter Festival Ground, Werchter, Belgium
1993-07-13 - Palais Omnisports de Bercy, Paris, France
1993-07-17 - Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2001-01-01 - House Of Blues, Las Vegas, NV,USA
2001-01-15 - Rick In Rio III - Barra Da Tijuca, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2002-08-23 - Temple Newsam Park, Leeds, England
2002-08-24 - Pukkelpop Field, Hasselt-Kiewit, Belgium
2002-08-26 - London Arena, London, England
2002-08-29 - Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY, USA
2002-11-18 - Allstate Arena, Chicago, IL, USA
2002-11-21 - The Palace Of Alburn Hills, Detroit, MI, USA
2002-11-25 - Nation Wide Arena, Columbus, OH, USA
2002-11-27 - Pepsi Arena, Albany, NY, USA
2002-11-29 - Air Canada Center, Toronto, Canada
2002-11-30 - John Labatt Center, London, Canada
2002-12-02 - Fleet Center, Boston, MA, USA
2002-12-05 - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA
2006-05-12 - Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, NY, USA
2006-05-14 - Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, NY, USA
2006-05-15 - Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, NY, USA
2006-05-17 - Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, NY, USA
2006-05-18 - The Plumm, New York, NY, USA
2006-05-25 - Auditorio Parque Juan Carlos I, Madrid, Spain
2006-05-27 - Rock In Rio V, Bela Vista Park, Lisbon, Portugal
2006-05-31 - Laszlo Sportarena, Budapest, Hungary
2006-06-02 - Rock Am Ring, Nürburgring, Eifel, Germany
2006-06-04 - Gods Of Metal Festival, Idroscalo, Milan, Italy
2006-06-07 - Hammersmith Apollo, London, England
2006-06-09 - RDS Arena, Dublin, Ireland
2006-06-11 - Download Fest, Donington Park, Donington, England
2006-06-15 - Legia Stadium, Warsaw, Poland
2006-06-17 - Novarock, Pannonia Fileds II, Burgenland, Austria
2006-06-20 - Palais Omnisports de Bercy, Paris, France
2006-06-24 - Graspop Metal Meeting, Dessel, Belgium
2006-06-29 - Roskilde Festival, Roskilde, Denmark
2006-07-02 - Goffert Park, Nijmegen, Holland
2006-07-10 - Rockwave Festival, Terravibe, Malakasa, Greece
2006-07-12 - Kurucesme Arena, Istanbul, Turkey
2006-07-14 - Bilbao Live Festival, Bilbao, Spain
2006-07-18 - Hallam FM Arena, Sheffield, England
2006-07-19 - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England
2006-07-21 - Scottish Exhibition Conference Centre , Glasgow, Scotland
2006-07-23 - Manchester Evening News Arena, Manchester, England
2006-07-25 - NEC, Birmingham, England
2006-07-27 - Nottingham Arena, Nottingham, England
2006-07-29 - Cuckoo Club, London, England
2006-09-23 - KROQ Inland Invasion, Hyundai Pavillion, Devore, CA, USA
2006-10-24 - BankAtlantic Center, Sunrise, FL, USA
2006-10-29 - Jose Miguel Agrelot Coliseum, San Juan, Puerto Rico
2006-11-05 - Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford, NJ, USA
2006-11-10 - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA
2006-11-13 - 1st Mariner Arena - Baltimore, MD, USA
2006-11-18 - Colisée Pepsi, Quebec City, QC, Canada
2006-12-01 - Hilton Coliseum, Ames, IA, USA
2006-12-06 - Pengrowth Saddledome, Calgary, Canada
2006-12-07 - Rexall Place, Edmonton, AB, Canada
2006-12-17 - Gibson Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA, USA
2006-12-19 - Gibson Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA, USA
2006-12-20 - Gibson Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA, USA
2007-06-02 - Monterrey Arena, Monterrey, Mexico
2007-06-03 - VFG Arena, Guadalajara, Mexico
2007-06-05 - Palacio De Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico
2007-06-13 - Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, Australia
2007-06-23 - Acer Arena, Sydney, Australia
2007-07-18 - Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan
2009-12-11 - Taipei City Stadium, Taipei, Taiwan
2009-12-16 - Kyocera Dome, Osaka, Japan
2010-01-28 - Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada
2010-02-14 - Rose Bar, New York, NY, USA
2010-03-07 - Ginasio Nilson Nelson, Brasilia, Brazil
2010-03-13 - Palestra Italia, Sao Paulo, Brazil
2010-03-16 - Estacionamiento Da Fiergs, Porto Alegre, Brazil
2010-03-18 - Estadio Centenario, Montevideo, Uruguay
2010-03-20 - Movistar Arena, Santiago, Chile
2010-03-22 - Estadio Velez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2010-03-25 - Explanada del Estadio Monumental, Lima, Peru
2010-03-30 - Parque Jaime Duque, Bogota, Colombia
2010-04-04 - Praça Da Apoteose, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
2010-04-15 - Coliseo Roberto Clemente, San Juan, Puerto Rico
2010-06-05 - Käpylän Urheilupuisto, Helsinki, Finland
2010-06-06 - Ledovy Dvorets, Saint Petersburg, Russia
2010-06-08 - Olympiyskiy Stadium, Moscow, Russia
2010-08-27 - Little John's Farm, Reading, England
2010-09-05 - Mediolanum Forum, Milan, Italy
2010-09-13 - Palais Omnisport de Paris-Bercy, Paris, France
2010-09-14 - L'arc, Paris, France
2010-09-18 - Wiener Btadthalle, Vienna, Austria
2010-09-21 - Romexpo, Bucharest, Romania
2010-09-24 - Zagreb Arena, Zagreb, Croatia
2010-10-06 - Pavilhao Atlantico, Lisbon, Portugal
2010-10-10 - Velodromo De Anoeta, San Sebastian, Spain
2010-10-14 - O2 Arena, London, England
2010-10-23 - Palau Olimpic Badalona, Barcelona, Spain
2010-12-07 - Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, Australia
2011-10-02 - Rock City, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2011-10-05 - Movistar Arena, Santiago, Chile
2011-10-08 - Estadio Unico de La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2011-10-19 - Palacio De Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico
2011-10-31 - BI-LO Center, Greenville, SC, USA
2011-11-15 - Allstate Arena, Rosemont, IL, USA
2011-11-17 - IZOD Center, East Rutherford, NJ, USA
2011-11-26 - Susquehanna Bank Center, Camden, NJ, USA
2011-12-08 - Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN, USA
2011-12-21 - The Forum, Inglewood, CA, USA
2011-12-30 - The Joint, Las Vegas, NV, USA
2012-02-10 - Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY, USA
2012-02-12 - Terminal 5, New York, NY, USA
2012-02-15 - Webster Hall, New York, NY, USA
2012-02-16 - Hiro Ballroom, New York, NY, USA
2012-02-19 - House Of Blues, Chicago, IL, USA
2012-02-23 - The Fillmore, SilverSpring, MD, USA
2012-02-27 - Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA, USA
2012-05-11 - Stadium Live, Moscow, Russia
2012-05-17 - The O2, Dublin, Ireland
2012-05-19 - Nottingham Arena, Nottingham, England
2012-05-31 - O2 Arena, London, England
2012-06-05 - Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, France
2012-06-08 - Warsteiner Hockey Park, Monchengladbach, Germany
2012-06-11 - Zénith de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France
2012-10-20 - Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA, USA
2014-03-20 - HSBC Arena, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2014-03-22 - Esplanada do Mineirão, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
2014-03-25 - Ginásio Nilson Nelson, Brasilia, Brazil
2014-03-28 - Parque Anhembi, Sao Paulo, Brazil
2014-03-30 - Durival Britto Stadium, Curitiba, Brazil
2014-04-01 - Music Park, Florianopolis, Brazil
2014-04-06 - Estadio Ferrocarril Oeste, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2014-04-17 - Centro de Eventos de Fortaleza, Fortaleza, Brazil
Compilations:
7 Days In Rio
1988 - 1990
1988 - 2002 TV Compilation
A Night In The Jungle
Appetite For Destruction
Appetite For Destruction Live
April Fools
Argentina 1993 TV Report
Australia & New Zealand 1993 Tour Reports
Australia 2010 Compilation
Axl of Evil
Axl Rose In Court
Axl Rose, The Prettiest Star
Before Appetite
Behind The Music
Best Of Use Your Illusion Tour
Bio. The Biography Channel
Chinese Democracy Best Buy Promo Videos
Chinese Democracy World Tour 2010, Canada
Club Daze (1986)
Destruction, Lies & Illusions Part 1
Destruction, Lies & Illusions Part 2
Destruction, Lies & Illusions Part 3
Destructive Appetite Interviews
Destructive Illusions 1
Destructive Illusions 2
Destructive Illusions 4
Early Days
England Invasion
European Tour 2006
Flashback 2002 - MTV2 TV Special
Fox's Late Show 1988 & MTV VMA 2002
From Appetite To Illusion
Fuckin' Collections I
Fuckin' Collections II
Fuckin' Collections III
Fuckin' Collections IV
Fuckin' Collections V
Get In The Ring, Blue
Get In The Ring, Green
Get In The Ring, Purple
Get In The Ring, Red
Get In The Ring, Yellow
GNR Home Videos
GNR Live
Guns In France 2010
Guns N' Fockin' Roses
Guns N' Roses Family
Guns N' Roses On The Road With Tommy Stinson and DJ Asbha
Guns N' Stones - The Complete Collection
Harley Davidson Commercial, Black Sheep
Invasion In UK
Karaoke
Legends Never Die
Live '86 - '88
Live & Dangerous
Live & Rare Vol. 1
Live & Rare Vol. 2
Live & Rare Vol. 3
Live & Rare Vol. 4
Live Collection
Live Compilation 1988 - 2002
Live Era '87 - '93
Live Rarities
Makin' Fuckin' Videos
Makin' Fuckin' Videos Part I Don't Cry
Makin' Fuckin' Videos Part II November Rain
Makin' Fuckin' Videos Part IV Estranged
MTV 1991 Tour Kick Off
MTV Japan Special - Past, Present N' Future
MTV Lies Volume 1
MTV Lies Volume 2
MTV Rare & Uncut
MTV Uncut
MTV Weekend 1993
Much More Music, The Story of GNR
Oddities From The Past
On Film
Optic Delusion
Pick N' Mix
Promo Video Collection
Pro-shot Clips & Reports
Pure Rock
Rehearsals 2011
Rio de Janeiro
Rio Rehearsals
Rock N' Bio
Rockwave Mad TV Report - GNR Live in Greece 2006
Santiago, Chile 2010 TV Reports
Sex N' Drugs N' Rock N' Roll
Soundcheck - 2009-12-09 - Taipei, Taiwan
Spectrum And Middletown '88
Studio Rehearsal Rock In Rio II
Sweden 1993 TV Special
The best live
The Interview Sessions
The Lord Of Destruction
The Photographic History
The Rehearsals
The Unreleased Better Video
There Was A Time
Tokyo And Melbourne '88
TV Broadcasts The Prague Report
TV History Volume 1
TV History Volume 2
TV Report - 1993-06-05 - Stadspark De Goffert - Nijmegen, Holland
TV Reports & Promos 2006 - 2007
Two Classic Ambums Under Review
UK Video Scrapbook
Ultimate Clips
Ultimate Live Era
Vancouver 2002 Riot Reports
Venezuela 1992 Special
VH1LA - GNR Compilations
Video Killed The Radio Star
Videos That Rocked The World
Weapons Of Choice Collection
Welcome To The '90s


Only mail:
[email protected]
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2020.06.13 22:03 autotldr [FL] Downtown St. Pete bars close after employees test positive for COVID-19

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The same day Florida broke its record for a single-day spike of new cases of coronavirus, three downtown St. Petersburg bars closed back down after employees tested positive for COVID-19.
On Friday, June 12, the Galley, Park & Rec DTSP, and the Avenue Eat + Drink let customers know via Facebook the bars were shutting down temporarily after at least one employee tested positive.
The Galley's owner, Pete Boland said the bar was closing "Out of an abundance of caution," after a few of the bar's employees testing positive for COVID-19.
"We will re-open when we are able to test all of our employees, not just those whom have experienced symptoms of the Novel Coronavirus," Boland said.
In a statement from owner Stephen Schrutt, both Park & Rec DTSP and the Avenue Eat + Drink said it will be temporarily closed and all employees would be tested for COVID-10.
"All restaurants, bars in St. Pete that have had an employee test positive should follow the lead of these places. Shut down, allow for contact tracing, test all employees, and reopen when safe. Residents must also do what is necessary to keep St. Pete safe," the mayor wrote in a Tweet Saturday morning.
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2020.03.17 17:37 mrtoddw Sarasota Guide V 2.0: CoVID-19 Edition

As our city's services start to close, I felt it was important to start a different kind of city guide. This is a live post and will be added to as more information is available. Please feel free to contribute information!! Let's get people the information they need!

Sarasota County Updates

Text SRQCOVID19 to 888 777 for the latest CoVID19 updates from the county.
Thanks pj925/!

( 🚨03/26/2020 Gatherings with more than 10 people: Now second-degree misdemeanor🚨)

https://www.heraldtribune.com/news/20200326/coronavirus-florida-city-of-sarasota-to-issue-citations-for-gatherings-of-10-or-more?fbclid=IwAR1pmHnQqmdoPqYCwJrAsMeVdI8xIw-bcwwPMXJjpNfQd4U9GKe0fJMu_kU

( 🚨03/19/2020 Sarasota County will be closing its beaches starting at 6 a.m. Saturday, while Manatee County opted to close all public beaches effective 6 a.m. Friday. 🚨)

https://www.heraldtribune.com/news/20200319/coronavirus-florida-sarasota-and-manatee-counties-closing-beaches


Information on CoVID-19:

CDC:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Florida Case Tracker

https://fdoh.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html?fbclid=IwAR0HOj4kEKtoObyXV9-K93pcr_Urq8yI81cmQ-qAMAy4PgsxNaQRgrZKFhQ#/8d0de33f260d444c852a615dc7837c86

Symptom:
The following symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.\*
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html

Preventive Measures:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html

At this time, Hospitals are asking that you call ahead if you show symptoms of COVID-19. Listed below are the hospitals in the area long with phone numbers.

Hospitals ( ⛑️ )

Sarasota Memorial Hospital ( ⛑️ )
1700 S Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34239
Phone: (941) 917-9000

Manatee Memorial Hospital ( ⛑️ )
206 2nd St E, Bradenton, FL 34208
Phone: (941) 746-5111


Blake Medical Center ( ⛑️ )
2020 59th St W, Bradenton, FL 34209
Phone: (941) 792-6611


Doctors Hospital of Sarasota ( ⛑️ )
5731 Bee Ridge Rd, Sarasota, FL 34233
Phone: (941) 342-1100


Venice Regional Bayfront Health ( ⛑️ )
540 The Rialto, Venice, FL 34285
Phone: (941) 485-7711


Bayfront Health Port Charlotte ( ⛑️ )
2500 Harbor Blvd, Port Charlotte, FL 33952
Phone: (941) 766-4122


John Hopkins All Children's Hospital (Children/Special Needs) ( ⛑️ )
501 6th Ave S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Phone: (727) 898-7451


Florida Disaster Relief Loans:

https://floridadisasterloan.org/
Thanks pubsubforpresident


Reemployment Assistance

http://www.floridajobs.org/docs/default-source/ra-dua-documentation/dua-faqs-3-17-20-updates.pdf?sfvrsn=805543b0_4&utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf
Thank you meothe

Current list of Stores with Special Senior's Hours other than Detwiler's

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10107876072833737&set=a.10100656479531587&type=3&theater

Bars and Restaurants forced to close:

https://www.wlfi.com/content/news/568828772.html

Bars/clubs will not be allowed to be open. Restaurants will have reduced capacity to be open but they will permit pick up orders. We as a community can help with this as our entire economy runs on service. If you own a restaurant or know the details about your favorite restaurant, post it on the thread and we'll get a list of how customers can do pick up orders.

Delivery services:
BiteSquad: https://www.bitesquad.com/
Doordash: https://www.doordash.com/
Uber Eats: https://www.ubereats.com/


AMC & Regal closes all theaters:

https://www.usatoday.com/story/entertainment/movies/2020/03/16/amc-theaters-limit-screenings-50-people-amid-coronavirus-pandemic/5061688002/


Everything is canceled, here's a current list 03/17/20:

https://www.bradenton.com/news/coronavirus/article241243151.html

Target closes at 9pm and reserve first hour for elderly and people with health conditions

https://www.fox13news.com/news/target-to-close-at-9-pm-reserve-hour-for-vulnerable-guests-amid-covid-19-outbreak

Schools closed until April 15th

https://www.fox13news.com/news/florida-public-school-campuses-closed-until-april-15-state-cancels-all-testing-for-k-12-schools

Beaches not closed yet. Avoid groups of 10+ and stay 6 feet away from other groups.

https://bit.ly/2Qtnb74


Update 03/18/20:

Coronavirus cases jump, now more than 300 in Florida with almost half of counties reporting cases

https://www.mysuncoast.com/2020/03/18/coronavirus-cases-jump-now-more-than-florida-with-almost-half-counties-reporting-cases/


Publix further reduces hours across all of their stores

https://www.mysuncoast.com/2020/03/18/publix-further-reduces-hours-across-all-their-stores/
TLDR; The company says daily store hours are temporarily being adjusted to 8am-8pm and the in-store pharmacy hours from Monday through Saturday will be adjusted to 9am-6pm, with normal pharmacy hours on Sunday.
I believe the first hour for seniors/health problems is still in effect as well.


Detwiler's Opening early to Seniors or disabled


>Starting tomorrow (3/18/20) we'll be implementing priority shopping hours for the elderly (65+) along with anyone with a handicap or disability across all stores from 7a to 8a Mon-Sat, until further notice. We kindly ask that customers respect this measure and plan their shopping trips after 8am to allow those that are at-risk the ability to purchase the items they need. We continue to pray for peace and everyone's safety.
https://www.facebook.com/DetwilersMarket/photos/a.243020375720234/3083000358388874/

Update 03/19/20:

The Mall at University Town Center and Westfield Siesta Key and Sarasota Square will close until March 29.

https://www.heraldtribune.com/business/20200319/coronavirus-florida-sarasota-malls-closing-temporarily

62 new cases Thursday, 390 total

https://www.heraldtribune.com/news/20200319/coronavirus-florida-62-new-cases-thursday-390-total
Update 03/20/20

Restaurants ordered to close or go to carryout

https://www.bradenton.com/news/coronavirus/article241374456.html
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2020.03.04 10:58 djshannonc1 Top Female DJ In St. Petersburg, Florida.

Top Female DJ In St. Petersburg, Florida.

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HI,
I’m Shannon C.
A DJ, Entrepreneur, Radio Personality, and Business Owner dedicated to inspiring happiness and healing through music.
A Born and Raised Florida Girl with a Passion, a Laptop and a dream, I am honored to work in an industry where I can help people to experience joy, nostalgia, and escape through music. Through digital DJ services, customized performances, thoughtful song selection, and community education, I help people like you experience the joy of music when attending a DJ Shannon C event.
A Question that I’m Frequently Asked is
“How Did You Get Started as a Dj?”
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been completely in love with music. My grandmother started me on the piano at 5, and by 7 I could sit down and play songs I would hear on the radio. My musical ear was always very strong. I always gravitated to musical instruments, so it was no surprise that by age 12, I was the lead flutist in my middle school orchestra, and by 16, a lead trombonist in our high school symphony and jazz ensembles. I’ve always gravitated to drums and percussive instruments, experimenting with side rock and ska projects in high school. I also wrote musical arrangements for our 100 piece high school marching band.
Like I said, I was IN LOVE with Music.
I was also passionate about a multitude of seemingly unconnected things: teaching, psychology, entrepreneurship, creativity, dance, spirituality, fitness and philanthropy, just to name a few. I came to Tampa in 2002 to attend University of South Florida for Performing Arts and Dance. (I took a long break from music in my early 20’s as I was cultivating other interests and pursuing a corporate career.)
After USF, I hopped around between jobs, aggressively climbing the corporate ladder in a Training and Project Management capacity. I’ve trained for major companies including Medicare, Capital One, and JP Morgan Chase. And while I was very good at my job, a large part of me was very unfulfilled.
Then in 2013, everything changed…
I had been hosting Bar Trivia as a side job to allow me a sense of creativity. I was back in school studying Adult Education, and I was heavily pursuing a corporate career. Everything changed because I sustained several injuries to my body and my brain. Everything changed because I could no longer work a corporate job as I had to be in physical therapy 5 days a week. Everything changed because I was in a position where I had to completely rebuild my life.
On March 1st I was rear ended by a Semi Truck while stopped at a stoplight. And everything changed.
Which brings me to Djing…
The brain injury that I sustained impacted my motor functions. One day I sat down at my piano, which had also been an emotional outlet for me, and I couldn’t play. My fingers wouldn’t move to the keys liked they’d been trained for years before. This through me into a deep depression. In an attempt to help me feel better, my then boyfriend showed me some basics of Djing and put a mixtrack pro with virtual DJ in front of me. My DJ journey begins here.
I spent the next several months of my physical recovery learning about Djing, beat matching, using different software, different hardware, mixing different genres of music, etc. I dove in to the deepend, and it really helped me to progress through my injuries and depression.
In July 2013, a friend booked me to play for her sister’s wedding, and shortly after, a neighbor who often heard me practicing, booked me to play weekly at his venue at International Plaza. I also began networking and working under different mentor djs as I progressed into my DJ career. In late 2014 I produced and hosted my first Art and Music showcase to benefit The Tampa Crisis Center, and , I aligned with Scratch Events, an agency in New York City, who began booking me for corporate and fashion brands.
In 2015 I began working in nightlife, serving the LGBT community in both Ybor City, and St Petersburg, FL. I also did my first guest set with Jose Da Magician at Art After Dark in South Tampa, and I aligned myself with Trinity Cafe to play music for the homeless on the Holidays.
In 2016, I took on my first Out of State gig at the Georgia World Congress Center for the SalesForce connections tour. I began doing guest spots with other local djs including DJ Qeys and DJ Knox at Crowbar for Takeover Tuesdays, and DJ D2 at Top Golf. I did fashion work for Millenia Fashion with With Mall at Millenia and Rapid 3D Print for their 3D Print Fashion Show. I also began teaching DJ lessons to local teens.
In 2017, I was invited into my first DJ crew, affectionately gaining the title of the First Woman of the Sinister Syndicate. I also began working for 99 Jamz FM, the Berg with a Weekly Segment called Ladies Take Over Thursdays on the Big Show.
In 2018, I’m excited to launch my second company, Digital DJ Youth Academy, which offers one to many classes for youth at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. The classes allow students exposure to DJ culture and music while integrating core skills for each age group including leadership, team building, creativity, individual expression, tolerance and celebration of differences, as well as reinforcing familiarity with numbers and language. My goal is to get kids turned on to music early and show them a path for creating a hobby or even a profitable career in music. I want to use music to help my youth reach their fullest potential both in Djing and in life.
If you’re ready to hire a DJ for your next event and want to work with me, connect here.
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2020.02.07 05:42 1000000students Week 49 Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you’ll remember.

  1. At the Value Voter Summit, Trump ally and former adviser Sebastian Gorka told the crowd, “The left has no idea how much more damage we can do to them as private citizens.”
  2. BuzzFeed reported a subpoena was issued in March by Summer Zervos’ lawyer to Trump for documents about “any woman alleging” Trump touched her inappropriately. Zervos is suing Trump for defamation.
  3. Larry Flynt took out a full-page ad in the Sunday edition of WAPO offering to pay $10MM for “information leading to the impeachment and removal from office” of Trump.
  4. The New Yorker reported on “Duty to Warn,” a group of psychiatrists mobilizing behind the 25th Amendment, who claim Trump “suffers from an incurable malignant narcissism” which makes him unfit to serve and dangerous.
  5. The Editorial Board of the San Francisco Chronicle published an op-ed, “California burns: Where’s the president?” as Trump for a second week was silent on CA’s deadliest wildfire.
  6. The New Yorker reported on Pence’s extremism on social issues. In a meeting, when the discussion turned to LGBT rights, Trump pointed at Pence and said: “Don’t ask that guy — he wants to hang them all!”
  7. The media company of Trump ally Anthony Scaramucci ran a Twitter poll asking people to vote on the number of Jews killed in the Holocaust. Before it was taken down, 1 in 5 responded “less than one million.”
  8. Mic reported Army recruiters have been instructed to stop enlisting green card holders “until further notice.” Barring green card holders from enlisting is against federal law.
  9. A federal judge in HI blocked Trump’s revised travel ban, saying it “suffers from precisely the same maladies as its predecessor.”
  10. A federal judge in MD granted a nationwide preliminary injunction, saying the Trump regime has “not shown that national security cannot be maintained without an unprecedented eight-country travel ban.”
  11. White supremacist Richard Spencer spoke at the University of Florida in his first campus speech since the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville. His appearance was met with mass protests inside and outside the speech.
  12. FL Gov. Scott declared a state of emergency for Alachua County. University of Florida banned torches, masks, weapons, and athletic equipment that could be used as a weapon.
  13. Police announced three white nationalists were charged with attempted homicide after they argued with and fired a shot at a group of protestors following Spencer’s speech.
  14. A federal judge in KS denied bond for one of three men in a militia group “the Crusaders,” a group of Trump supporters who had plotted an attack against Muslims one day after the 2016 election to “wake people up.”
  15. On Friday, Mashable reported the EPA climate change website which was taken down in April, reappeared in part, but with all references to climate change removed.
  16. Forbes reported during the transition period, Wilbur Ross moved assets into family trusts, leaving more than $2 billion off his financial disclosure report. Forbes discovered the discrepancy based on magazine records.
  17. Ross’ moving of assets raises concerns of violating federal rules, and also, given his role as Secretary Commerce, potential for conflicts of interest.
  18. Rep. Elijah Cummings said “several” Trump aides have admitted to using private emails for government business and “confessed” that they failed to forward official records, in violation of federal record-keeping law.
  19. Rep. Trey Gowdy had joined Cummings in Week 46 to request details on private email use with an initial deadline of October 10. The WH did not fully respond. Now Cummings is concerned Gowdy is letting the WH slide.
  20. Trump will meet Philippine President Duterte on his upcoming trip to Asia. Duterte has come under international criticism for his brutal crackdown on drug trafficking, including thousands of extrajudicial killings.
  21. In a speech at the Heritage Foundation, Pruitt said the Trump regime plans to restrict scientists who get EPA grants from serving on the agency’s scientific advisory committees.
  22. Earlier this year, Pruitt failed to renew half of the membership of the 18-person Board of Scientific Counselors. He is considering more than 130 candidates who reject mainstream science on climate change.
  23. Trump nominee for drug czar, Tom Marino, withdrew from consideration after a WAPO/“60 Minutes” investigation detailed how he helped steer legislation that weakened the DEA’s ability to go after drug distributors.
  24. Anthony Alexis, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s enforcement chief, announced he is stepping down. Alexis is the highest-profile official to leave the agency since Trump took office.
  25. A federal judge ruled Trump’s pardon of Arpaio will not wipe out the guilty verdict she returned or any other rulings in the case. The Court had found Arpaio guilty of criminal contempt. Arpaio’s lawyer will likely appeal.
  26. Politico reported Trump personally interviewed at least two candidates for US attorney positions in NY. One potential nominee would have jurisdiction over Trump Tower, and could investigate the Trump regime.
  27. CNN reported Trump also met with Jessie Liu who he tapped to be the next US attorney for the District of Columbia, where Trump now resides.
  28. On Monday, Trump had a pair of Q&A sessions, first in the Cabinet Room and then in the Rose Garden with Sen. Mitch McConnell. The sessions covered a variety of topics and were filled with false statements.
  29. Trump bragged about his performance in office in all areas. Trump fabricated that James Lee Witt, a FEMA administrator under Bill Clinton gave him an “A-plus” for handling the hurricanes, including Puerto Rico.
  30. At the Cabinet room Q&A, Trump bragged his moves had ended Obamacare: “There is no such thing as Obamacare anymore.”
  31. A Yale Law School professor detailed how Trump admitting he is trying to kill Obamacare is illegal: “Modern American history has never seen as full-scale an effort to sabotage a valid law,” upheld twice by the SCOTUS.
  32. Also Monday, Trump said he and McConnell are “closer than ever before.” Bannon is waging a war on the GOP establishment, and has suggested opposition to McConnell as a litmus test for his support.
  33. When asked about his 12-day silence on US soldiers killed in an ambush in Niger, Trump claimed Obama and past presidents “didn’t make calls” to families of soldiers killed in duty. This is a false statement.
  34. On Tuesday, Trump evoked his chief of staff’s son to attack Obama, saying Obama “did not call Gen. Kelly after the death of his son.” Daily Beast confirmed WH officials signed off on this line of attack.
  35. CNN reported Kelly did not know Trump would use the death of his son publicly. Kelly and much of the WH were caught off guard.
  36. AP contacted the families of all 43 people who have died in military service since Trump took office and made contact with about 20 of them. More than half said they had not heard from Trump.
  37. Trump also complained how hard it was on him to make these calls, “It is a very difficult thing…it is a very, very tough day.” He, however, failed to mention the hardship on the families of fallen soldiers.
  38. Trump also claimed “absolutely no collusion” between his campaign and Russia, and blamed it as being an excuse by Democrats for losing. He also referenced Hillary repeatedly, saying he hoped she would run again.
  39. WAPO reported the Trump campaign spent $1.1 million in legal fees for the Mueller probe during the quarter ended September. In a sign of increased activity, $927K was spent during the first six months of the year.
  40. The Trump campaign and RNC continue to pay for Trump and Donald Jr.’s lawyer, but not for Trump campaign or WH staffers. Business Insider reported Veselnitskaya was acting as an agent for the Kremlin when she delivered a memo at the Trump Tower meeting. The same memo was given to Rep. Dana Rohrabacher at his Moscow visit in April 2016.
  41. CNN reported Senate investigators have spoken with some of the Russians present at the Trump Tower meeting. Sen. Richard Burr said he is “sequencing” interviews “before we know exactly what we want from Don Jr.”
  42. Yahoo reported on a Russian tv interview of an agent who worked in the English language department of a Russian troll farm. He was instructed: “We had a goal to set up the Americans against their own government.”
  43. The agents watched House of Cards to better understand American politics, and were instructed to repetitively post anti-Hillary comments about her wealth, private email server, and Bill Clinton’s administration.
  44. CNN reported House and Senate investigators are interviewing Matt Tait, a cybersecurity expert recruited by Republican operative Peter W. Smith, about Smith’s interactions with the Trump campaign.
  45. Tait has in the past said he believes Smith had connections with Flynn, Bannon, and Conway during the campaign. The Senate Intel Committee has also reached out to Eric York, another security expert enlisted by Smith.
  46. Business Insider reported Mueller has also interviewed Tait as part of the probe into the relationship between Peter Smith and Flynn, and their possible collusion with Russia to get Hillary’s deleted emails.
  47. Business Insider reported on tools used by a Cambridge Analytica intern which aid in targeting US voters on divisive issues. The tools were left unprotected online for a year, including the 8 months before the election.
  48. CNN reported based on documentation, Yevgeny Prigozhin, a Russian oligarch in Putin’s inner-circle, is thought to be behind the Russian troll farm in St. Petersburg called Internet Research Agency.
  49. On Monday, AL Republican Roy Moore’s Senate campaign said it does not know why more than 1K fake Twitter accounts originating from Russia started following Moore’s account, causing a spike in his following.
  50. In a letter, the lawyer for the founders of Fusion GPS said they are refusing to comply with Devin Nunes’ subpoena. Fusion GPS lawyers argued Nunes signed the subpoena “with no authority to sign it, as part of personal mission.”
  51. On Thursday, citing Fusion GPS’ refusal, Trump tweeted suggesting the FBI, Democrats and Russians as co-conspirators behind the “Fake dossier.”
  52. The Senate Intel Committee subpoenaed Carter Page for documents and testimony as part of its Russia investigation. In a dramatic shift, Page who earlier said he was eager to testify, will likely evoke the Fifth Amendment.
  53. Politico reported Spicer was interviewed by Mueller’s team on Tuesday. Reportedly he was grilled on the firing Comey and his statements, as well as about Trump’s meetings with Lavrov and Kislyak in the Oval Office.
  54. Mueller’s team is actively interviewing Trump’s former and current aides. Priebus and Keith Kellogg, interim NSA after Flynn, have been interviewed. Hicks and McGahan are expected to be interviewed shortly.
  55. Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a prominent exiled Russian oligarch, told MSNBC: “I am almost convinced that Putin’s people have tried to influence the US election in some way.”
  56. Khodorkovsky also said of Kushner’s meeting with VEB’s Gorkov last December, Gorkov was acting on behalf of the Kremlin. Kushner has said the meeting was to discuss business. Kushner added Charles Harder to his legal team. Vanity Fair speculated the addition may have come out of concern about Priebus’s testimony in Week 48, as relates to Kushner’s proximity to Trump’s decision to fire Comey.
  57. NYU journalism professor Jay Rosen noted Harder’s expertise: “defamation, reputation protection, privacy, media law, entertainment, intellectual property and business litigation.”
  58. Daily Beast reported Donald Jr. and Conway pushed tweets by the Russian troll farm Internet Research Agency, including allegations of voter fraud, the week before Election Day.
  59. Trump aides and allies Flynn, Flynn Jr., Stone, Gorka, Parscale, and Ann Coulter retweeted or tweeted Russian troll farm content. Clint Watts said Russia can declare success: Americans using content against Americans.
  60. Politico reported the Senate Intel Committee interviewed Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski on Wednesday. Lewandowski signed off on Page’s July 2016 trip to Moscow.
  61. The Senate Intel Committee announced it will postpone and reschedule its open hearing of Michael Cohen scheduled for Oct 25. In Week 45, the committee abruptly canceled their interview after Cohen breached terms.
  62. Politico reported a federal judge has tossed out a libel suit filed by Russian oligarch Deripaska alleging AP falsely implied he was paying Manafort to advance the goals of the Russian government and Putin.
  63. CNN reported RT is resisting the DOJ’s request that its American arm register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act. The DOJ deadline was October 17, but RT has not yet registered.
  64. McCain said the WH blocked its cyber czar, Rob Joyce, from testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee on US efforts to defend against cyberattacks. McCain signaled Joyce could be subpoenaed.
  65. During a panel hosted by the George W. Bush Institute, UN ambassador Nikki Haley called Russia’s interference in the 2016 election “warfare,” and added “we’ve got to fix it.”
  66. On Thursday, at a security conference in Washington, CIA director Pompeo made a false statement on Russia interference: “The intelligence community’s assessment is that the Russian meddling that took place did not affect the outcome of the election.”
  67. The CIA quickly issued a statement clarifying Pompeo’s remarks: “The intelligence assessment with regard to Russian election meddling has not changed.” Pompeo has a record of statements minimizing Russia.
  68. Putin entered American politics again, saying in an interview that Americans should not “disrespect” Trump. Putin also defended Trump’s voters and his nontraditional ways, and blamed the US media.
  69. The acting commissioner of Pennsylvania’s ObamaCare exchange said premiums are expected to spike by 31% for 2018 because of Trump’s decision to stop paying key subsidies.
  70. On Tuesday, at a news conference in the Rose Garden, Trump said he would support the Alexander-Murray deal, which would stabilize Obamacare insurance markets by restoring subsidies cut by Trump.
  71. On Wednesday, in an early morning tweet, Trump changed his positions: “can never support bailing out ins co’s who have made a fortune w/ O’Care.” He repeated his new position later in a tax reform meeting.
  72. On Wednesday, Sen. Lamar Alexander told reporters, “The president called me 10 days ago and asked me to work with Senator Murray to do this.”
  73. Gallup found, reversing a trend of the past three years when the rate of US uninsured declined from 18% to 10.9%, in the third quarter, likely as a result of actions by Trump and Congress, the uninsured rate rose to 12.3%
  74. In a speech Monday, McCain repudiated Trump: “spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems is as unpatriotic as an attachment to any other tired dogma.”
  75. On Tuesday, Trump threatened McCain, telling a radio host, “You know, I’m being very nice. I’m being very, very nice. But at some point I fight back and it won’t be pretty.”
  76. On Thursday, George W. Bush delivered a rebuke of Trump in a speech at the Bush Institute, without mentioning Trump by name. Bush called on America to “reject bigotry and white supremacy.”
  77. Bush added, “We’ve seen nationalism distorted into nativism. Bigotry seems emboldened. Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication.”
  78. After the speech, McCain tweeted his support of Bush: “Important speech by my friend, President George W. Bush today, reminding us of the values that have made America a beacon of hope for all.”
  79. McCain became the first Republican to sign onto a bill drafted by Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Mark Warner, the Honest Ads Act, which would increase the transparency of political advertisements on social media platforms.
  80. NPR revealed Trump National Golf Club, LA claims to have donated $5 million to charitable causes, and lists about 200 organizations. Many contacted said they never received the money, and only $800K was accounted for.
  81. WAPO reported in a June call, Trump offered a grieving military father $25K from his personal account, and said his staff would establish an online fundraiser for the family. The father said neither happened.
  82. Shortly after the WAPO story, the WH said Trump had sent a $25k check he promised to the father . Military families are privately concerned about a commander in chief writing checks to parents of fallen soldiers.
  83. On Wednesday, in a series of tweets, Trump suggested Comey exonerated Hillary “long before investigation was complete.” Trump threatened, “Where is Justice Dept?”
  84. On Wednesday, Sessions testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee during a five-hour, highly-contentious oversight hearing. Sessions repeatedly said his discussions with Trump were off-limits to lawmakers.
  85. When asked about his conversations with Russians during the campaign, he said he “could not recall” the specifics of the conversation, but “I don’t think there was any discussions about the details of the campaign.”
  86. Sessions acknowledged he discussed Comey with Trump before writing the letter that was used to justify the firing, but refused in questioning to share what Trump said to him about Comey.
  87. Sessions says he can’t “make a blanket commitment” not to jail journalists, and that he reserves the right to jail journalists “if we have to.”
  88. On Tuesday night, Rep. Frederica Wilson told CNN she had overheard Trump’s condolence call to Army Sgt. La David Johnson’s widow, Myeshia Johnson. Wilson said Myeshia “broke down” during the call.
  89. Wilson said when Myeshia hung up, she said “he didn’t even remember his name.” Wilson also said Trump basically told Myeshia, “I guess he knew what he signed up for, but I guess it still hurt.”
  90. Wednesday morning, Trump tweeted Wilson had fabricated what he said, adding “(and I have proof). Sad!” No proof has been given.
  91. Trump repeated his claim later when asked by a reporter about his statement: “I didn’t say what that congresswoman said; didn’t say it all. She knows it.” The WH did not confirm or deny Wilson’s account.
  92. Sgt. La David Johnson’s mother, Cowanda Jones-Johnson, who also heard the call told WAPO that Wilson’s account was accurate, and that Trump did tell Myeshia her husband, “must have known what he signed up for.”
  93. Chuck Hagel, former Sec of Defense under Obama and Republican senator, told USA Today Trump’s comments about the fallen troops “sickens” him, and were “beneath the dignity of the presidency.”
  94. Army Sgt. La David Johnson body wasn’t found until two days after he was killed in Niger. Johnson was one of four Green Berets killed in an ambush.
  95. Rachel Maddow reported Trump’s behavior may have been a diversion away from explaining what happened in Niger. Two weeks later there still has not been an explanation of the mission or the ambush.
  96. Politico reported staffers at the NSC drafted a Niger sympathy statement for Trump on October 5. Trump never released the statement.
  97. On Thursday, McCain, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee said the Trump regime has not been forthcoming about the attack in Niger, and that he may subpoena to get access to information he wants.
  98. LA Times reported that General Waldhauser, commander of U.S. Africa Command, asked for more military resources in March. CNN reported Sgt. La David Johnson’s body was found nearly a mile from the ambush.
  99. On Thursday, the Pentagon announced it has sent a team to Niger to conduct a “review of the facts,” of what happened on October 4. It is still not known with certainty what group carried out the attack.
  100. On Thursday, Kelly delivered an impassioned defense of Trump and his call to Johnson’s widow, evoking his own experience with the loss of his son and his experience in the military as a four-star general.
  101. Kelly drew ire for referencing that in his day women were “sacred, looked upon with great honor,” given Trump’s record with women, and for saying Gold Star families should be off-limits given Trump’s attacks of the Khans.
  102. Kelly attacked Wilson, saying he was “stunned” by her account, and she exhibited “selfish behavior.” Kelly chastised Wilson, “empty barrels making the most noise” for allegedly saying she helped get funding for a building.
  103. Late Thursday, Trump attacked Wilson on Twitter, calling her “wacky Congresswoman Wilson(D),” and said she “gave a total lie on content!”
  104. Miami Herald reported Kelly got his facts wrong attacking Wilson. Kelly claimed Wilson said “she got the money” for a new building during a 2015 ceremony. Wilson was not in Congress when the money was secured.
  105. On Friday, Sun Sentinel released a full video of Wilson’s remarks. Wilson took credit for securing approval for the naming of the building. She did not take credit for funding.
  106. On Friday afternoon, the WH stood by Kelly issuing a statement repeating the “empty barrel” assertion and attacking Wilson even though the video showed his claim was false.
  107. On Friday afternoon at the press briefing, press secretary Sanders said it’s “highly inappropriate” to get into a debate with a four-star general. WAPO listed several four-star generals Trump has publicly bashed.
  108. On Friday, Trump signed an executive order allowing the Air Force to recall as many as 1k retired pilots to active duty. The order is not specific to the Air Force, and could be used to call up more officers in other branches.
  109. Bennie Thompson, the ranking Democrat on the House Homeland Security Comm, called for an investigation of drinking water in Puerto Rico. As per Week 48, Puerto Ricans are drinking from a Superfund site.
  110. CNN reported only 33 of the 250 beds (16%) on the USNS Comfort are being used, nearly two weeks after the ship arrived. CNN reported one month after Hurricane Maria, 1 million Americans are still without drinking water and 3 million without electricity. One Puerto Rican commented, “Much of the island feels like it was hit by a storm yesterday.”
  111. On Thursday, at a press conference with Puerto Rico’s governor, Trump rated his handling of disaster relief as 10 out of 10. Recent polls show Americans give him a rating of 4 out of 10. Trump repeated his warning that FEMA could not stay forever. At some point, Trump said, “FEMA has to leave” and “the people have to take over.”
  112. The official death toll count remains at 48, but as per VOX in Week 48, the actual count could be hundreds more. Senators Markey and Warren, and Reps. Velazquez and Thompson have asked for an audit of the death count.
  113. On Thursday, Oxfam issued a statement saying one month in, “Without reliable water supply, electricity, phone service and other basic amenities, life in Puerto Rico is untenable.”
  114. On Wednesday, CREW started its case against Trump in the Southern District of NY, saying he violated the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution by continuing to own and profit from his businesses.
  115. Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan said Trump’s recent grudge against the NFL is because Trump’s bid to buy the Buffalo Bills in 2014 failed.
  116. On Thursday, Former CIA Director John Brennan said Trump has escalated tensions with N. Korea to a dangerous level, and that Cabinet members and senior officials may need to step in as “governors” to prevent war.
  117. A federal judge Wednesday barred the Trump regime from blocking an undocumented immigrant teen “Jane Doe” from getting an abortion. The judge said she was “astounded” the regime was trying to block the teen.
  118. A federal appeals court Friday said Jane Doe could get an abortion, but would need a sponsor. Trump’s HHS in March announced federally funded shelters are prohibited from providing abortion to unaccompanied minors.
  119. Politico reported Trump officials were blindsided and are scrambling to come up with an opioid plan after Trump’s off-script statement Monday where he promised to deliver an emergency declaration next week.
  120. Newsweek reported Sen. Ben Cardin, ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, joined House democrats in demanding Ivanka’s security clearance be reviewed given her failure to divest from her business empire.
  121. Daily Beast reported at the end of a tumultuous week, WH aides say Trump show zero remorse, and he “loved Kelly’s performance” and “considers the issue won.” Kelly however is looking more and more dispirited.
  122. On Friday in a tweet, Trump falsely blamed a 13% rise in UK crime on “Radical Islamic terror.” A report by the UK’s Office of National Statistics out Thursday said the increase was due to knife crime and sexual offenses.
  123. Forbes list of the 400 richest Americans 2017 list showed Trump’s wealth fell by $600 million to $3.1 billion. Trump fell from the #156 to #248
  124. Smithsonian reported on a survey which found a spike in fear. In 2017, Americans are afraid of five items, up from one in prior years. Americans also have “a great fear of some of the things happening in this presidency.” The most feared item is corruption of government officials (74%).
  125. As the week drew to a close, 32 days after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, just 16.6% of the island has electricity, and 71.7% drinking water.
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2019.09.17 16:50 funwithoutdrinking The spread of Kava culture

I'm pretty new to Kava within the last few months. I live in St. Petersburg, FL where there are tons of Kava bars. More than anywhere I've ever been. It's obvious that there's quite a strong "Kava community" here. You'll see lots of the same circles hanging out at the different kava establishments. People see this as an alternative to the bar scene.
Where else in the US has this strong of a Kava culture? It would be cool to see a list of "US cities ranked by their ratio of Kava bars to people"
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2019.09.01 18:24 spersichilli What are your favorite beer bars/beer centric restaurants?

Figure this would be a cool discussion question. I’ll list a few of my favorites across the US
Churchkey - Washington DC This actually might be my all time favorite. The distro laws (or lack of) in DC allow them to bring some really cool shit in. They have a draft system that allows them to serve beers at different temps and they also have a great diversity of styles. Stuff from The Veil, Triple Crossing, Aslin, Tired Hands, and many other great east coast breweries are abundant as well as a solid selection of international beers.
As Is - New York, NY (Manhattan) Aesthetically this place is so damn cool. Being in NYC they have access to a lot of great beers already. Hill Farmstead, Other Half, and Hudson Valley are frequent tappings. Selection is well curated and changes frequently
Toronado - San Francisco, CA The OG. Super historic beer bar, old school vibe, no bullshit, cash only. 3-4 taps of Russian River at all times, impressive on-site bottle list, and all of the best west coast beers you can find.
Apex - Portland, OR Actually very similar vibe to Toronado. My favorite beer bar in a super beer centric city.
The Masonry - Seattle, WA PIzza and Meatballs. Super unique curated wild ale bottle list. One of the only places in the PNW that gets kegs of Monkish occasionally, along with some other rare stuff.
Row 34 - Boston, MA Food here is incredible, and they have the best tap list in Boston. Good balance of wild ales, IPA’s, lagers, and other styles.
Hawthorne Bottle Shop - St. Petersburg, Florida This is by far my favorite bottle shop. The owners have great relationships with a lot of great breweries (J Wakefield actually brews a beer specially for them) and always down for bottle shares
Boxelder - Miami, FL Free shotguns every Friday at 4. Super cool events and tap takeovers, lots of brewers stop in for a drink if they’re in town doing collabs at J Wakefield or for a beer event.
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2019.08.20 16:45 plsrelocateme An East-Coast city that is walkable, affordable, and safe

I'm a 29M currently living in Baltimore and trying to find where to relocate to. I guess maybe the easiest way is to just write out my wishlist and maybe someone knows of a city that fits
Wishlist:
Some places that I've considered (and their limitations IMO) so far are:
So I guess let me know if you have any thoughts or suggestions. Thank you for any help or advice
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2019.08.13 18:21 OSUmountaineer Tampa/St Petersburg Meetup - Friday, August 16

It's time for another meetup! We will be at The Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge located at Albert Whitted Airport adjacent to downtown St. Pete. The bar has indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the tarmac, and there is generally ample parking.
Please express interest below if you are planning to attend, or if you can't attend this time but would in the future.
Place: The Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge
Address: 540 1st St S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Date: Friday, August 16
Time: 6 pm until at least 9 pm
Don't forget to check out USCreditCardGuide, our ongoing sponsor for this meetup.
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2019.04.16 16:09 OSUmountaineer Tampa/St Petersburg Meetup - Friday, April 19

It's time for another meetup! We are going to meet at The Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge located at Albert Whitted Airport adjacent to downtown St. Pete. The bar has indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the tarmac, and there is generally ample parking.
Please express interest below if you are planning to attend, or if you can't attend this time but would in the future.
Place: The Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge
Address: 540 1st St S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Date: Friday, April 19
Time: 6 pm until at least 830 pm
Don't forget to check out USCreditCardGuide, our ongoing sponsor for this meetup.
Geo
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2019.04.08 19:33 smithjanesmith budget breakdown st.pete, fl wedding 2/9

budget breakdown st.pete, fl wedding 2/9
I love reading the budget breakdown posts, so I'd thought I'd do one now the the dust has settled. (Pictures at the bottom of the post)

Total Cost $15k
Guest Count 45
Location St. Petersburg, Florida

Ceremony Venue $110
We used a local park and got a permit
Officiant $175
Luckily our friends got married a year before us and we decided we liked their officiant, so we booked him for ourselves and got a referral discount
Ceremony Chair Rentals $245
We didn’t need much for the ceremony because the park is small and had pavers that were really cute, so we just rented some simple white folding chairs
Flowers $930
I wouldn’t do real flowers looking back on it now. But, I got 6 bunches of ceremony flowers with rented columns for them to sit on, 1 bridal and 3 bridesmaid bouquets, 4 boutonnieres, 1 small cake topper. I also gave my flowers to someone else having a wedding the next day so they didn’t go to waste.
Reception Venue $3,900 (includes drinks and food and tips)
I really wanted to go for a “big family dinner” vibe instead of the wedding vibe and so we picked a local restaurant (that we loved and go to often) that had this perfect underground lounge that had a great 20’s vibe (it was built in 1922) and they only charged a $50 fee for the room and had a $2,500 food/beverage minimum which was easy to hit. We did an open bar (no liquor) and a buffet.
Photographer $1,500
My photographer was the first person I hired and was one of my favorite vendors. I found her on a Facebook group and she is seriously talented.
Videographer $550
By far the greatest value out of all my vendors - since we had a long engagement we booked a videographer early on. They ended up buying new equipment, and improved amazingly and their new packages started at $1,500 at the time of our actual wedding, so we had a great deal!
Band/DJ $950
I really wanted live music - I found my one man band at a bridal expo and he was great from start to finish. Super responsive and easy to talk to, learned two songs just for us, and had a great mix between live music and DJing.
Desert $145 (plus cost of cake supplies, maybe $10)
We both love donuts and there is a place near our house where we always go, so donuts were a given for our wedding. Also, I love baking and so I made our small cutting cake.
Coordinator $125
Another amazing vendor who I couldn’t have imagined the day without, she was so helpful and drove an hour to pick up our donuts for us the day of since the donut place didn't offer delivery. I would recommend to everyone to get a day of coordinator, it was like I was a guest at my own wedding.
Hair and Makeup $120 (bride) and $450 (bridal party)
I really wanted to treat my bridal party (3 bmaids and mom, MIL, SIL) to hair and makeup, but it was really expensive. I asked for recommendations on a local FB group and that’s how I found both stylists who were really great.
Invites $210 (and bulk text messaging $25)
I ordered gold foil flat invites with postage and return labels, addressing service, and envelopes. I also really wanted some way to schedule a few texts throughout the day such as, parking is here, ceremony starts in 15, etc - I ended up using simpletexting.com and it was super easy...used it for a month then canceled my subscription.
Decor $500
Gold votives, battery lights, signs, printing, paint, etc
The gold votives I got from my local fb groups and Target, lights from Amazon, and everything else from local antique stores, Home Depot, Ikea, and Walmart

At this point everything cost about $10k (everything else after this was for our outfits, rings, gifts, etc which we went a little crazy on)
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Dress $815
David's Bridal. I had a hard time nailing down the type of dress I wanted and did a bunch of shopping online. I finally found this dress and it was getting discontinued, but as soon as I put it on I knew it was perfect for me! It was twice what I budgeted but I don't regret it one bit.
Suit $800
Went to men's Warehouse and ordered a custom suit. We were going for something a little on theme but also something he could wear to work later as well so it wasn't fully frivolous.
Seamstress $90
Another great recommendation from a local Facebook group. She was friendly professional and quick and talented. I brought in my dress and in two weeks it was ready! Another place had quoted me over $400 for the same alterations
Accessories $550
We also bought a tie, pocket square, and shoes for him at men's wearhouse. I bought my earrings and hair piece on Etsy and shoes on Amazon.
Rings $2,230
I picked out a palladium ring from a shop in England that was $430 and he picked a platinum ring from a friend who is a jeweler for $1,800
Gifts $600
Parent gifts, wedding party gifts, etc

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The best parts:
  • Having a long engagement (we got some great vendors and good deals because of booking early)
  • Having our wedding in a touristy place - we never had to entertain anyone at all! We had our wedding in downtown St. Pete FL and it was so great because everyone had places to go and shop and eat and everything was in walking distance and the weather was fantastic. Made it really easy on us
  • Day of coordinator - I added this on last minute and I’m so glad I did. Mine was a freaking amazing work of art. I didn’t have to worry about the decor, chairs, flowers (she fixed a mistake my florist made), anything! I love her and it was like being a guest at my own party.
  • First look - I waffled back and forth on this, but am so glad I did it. I was really anxious as the ceremony got closer and I thought the first look won’t be anything great because we will have our photographer and videographer there, but honestly it was super amazing. I immediately felt so much more at ease and it was just really nice
What I would do differently:
  • Give bridesmaids more direction on mismatched dresses - I told my bridesmaids to just wear a black dress, but I don’t think that was really helpful. If I were to do it again I would say, pick one of these four black dresses. I honestly think it just stressed them out more to pick their own.
  • Collect emails and phone numbers of everyone more early on. People don’t read invites. At all. EVER. I wish I had collected more contact info earlier on so I could follow up with RSVPs and answer questions directly.
  • Our officiant didn’t apparently listen to us when we specifically requested our maid of honor and best man to be our witnesses and he submitted our license with no witnesses...not a huge deal but I’m still a little sad about it
  • Forgetting Things - I felt so prepared going into the big day, but I ended up forgetting all sorts of stuff - park permit, boutonnieres, my husband’s gift at our first look, etc and basically what I realized was it’s just not a huge deal and everything can be fixed or skipped as long as you end up married at the end of the day.
  • Public Park - We got a permit for a public park and a park ranger was there day of, but he didn’t kick people out so I had a few random strangers sitting on a park bench in all my pictures as I walked down the aisle, which was amusing, but a little annoying.
  • Buffet Pricing - so we did a buffet style meal at a restaurant in St. Pete and it was truly amazing, but they had a weird pricing thing. So usually the buffet pricing is by time or by person right? Well, when we ran out of one of our menu items during dinner I told a waiter and they replenished it - great, but they then charged us extra for it. So just check with your catererestaurant about the buffet pricing because being charged by the number of trays they put out was no where in the contract and was just a little unexpected (I still would have put the extra out, but it would have just been nice to know ahead of time).
  • Flowers: I wasn’t in love with my real flowers. They died really quickly, I had to deal with returning the columns to the florist (which was a pain and I’m not sure why I had to deal with that). Overall they were not worth the almost $1k I spent on them. I wish I hadn’t purchased ceremony flowers (they didn’t add anything to the already beautiful park) and also wished I had just gone fake with the personals since the real ones died so quickly.


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2019.03.05 05:16 ccon29 Skyway 10k - St. Pete, FL

Race information
What? Skyway 10k
When? March 2, 2019
How far? 10k
Where? St. Petersburg, FL
Website: https://www.skyway10k.com
Finish time: 1:14:34

Goals Goal Description Completed?
A <1:15 Yes
Photos My husband was not enthused at waking up early

Training
I saw a few friends on Facebook talking about signing up for this race and it looked cool so I signed up. Immediately after I started C25K and followed that for a few months. Life got in the way and I didn’t run for about a month. In January I started training using the Nike Run Club app. I probably pushed it a little too hard but I wanted to get my mileage up.
Pre-race
I woke up at 4:45 for my 6:45 bus wave. Ate a half of a granola bar and had some caffeine, got ready, and dragged my husband out of bed. We got a hotel a mile away so we walked to Tropicana field and didn’t have to worry about parking. Bus wave at 6:45 meant I boarded the bus at 6:10. They take you to the start line on the south portion of the bridge, you run, and they bus you back to Tropicana field.
Race
My wave started the race at 7am. There were a ton of walkers. I had to bob and weave the whole race. First mile went great. Mile 2 I slowed down a little. Mile 3 not so bad. Mile 4 is where the incline begins. Oh yeah it’s a 4% grade increase to the top of the bridge. My heart rate started to get really high about 1/3 of the way up so I walked probably the rest 2/3. Got to the top and it was all downhill from there. Well until about mile 5. I was hurting mile 5. Got a stitch in my side that I couldn’t shake. Called my husband right before mile 6 and told him I didn’t now if I’d beat my goal. He told me “shut up and keep running”. Right after that a lovely lady named Sarah encouraged me and I stuck with her the last quarter mile. She honestly helped me make it across the finish line under my goal time (barely).
Post-race
After crossing the finish line I got the bus back to Tropicana field. They had like a mock finish line chute set up which was nice. Got my medal, found my family, and had a sweet sweet Dr Pepper.

This post was generated using the new race-reportr, powered by coachview, for making organized, easy-to-read, and beautiful race reports.
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2019.01.29 17:08 DestinationUptown What kind of businesses have you seen in other cities that you think would fit well in St. Pete?

I ask this question on here every couple of years. Here's the link to my post from 4 years ago and another from about 2 years ago. You'll see some of these have come true since then.
I still think we need a higher end hookah bar, or at least some sort of nice cozy lounge that offers hookah. I'm surprised the hookah culture hasn't really permeated St. Pete yet. I found out recently that both Habibi and that hookah lounge that was next to The Galley both shut down. They were both extremely traditional lounges that didn't really put any effort into appealing to western culture in my opinion. Authentic is great sometimes however good service, events, a nice sound system, draft beer and crafted cocktails are all things that need to be incorporated to survive in this growing city in my opinion.
I've seen lounges that are fun and exciting places to be. In Germany it was the place to go before going out drinking and after to relax. I'm assuming we haven't seen a nice one because it's probably not a profitable enough business model to be right downtown. Lots of these bars require a flow of people buying drinks instead of a few people hanging out and taking up space for a few hours. Anyways I would love to open one at some point so we'll see if I can make it work one day.
What do you wish was in St. Pete or if it's already here, could be done better?





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2019.01.07 16:17 OSUmountaineer Tampa/St Petersburg Meetup - January 11 (Friday)

It's time for another meetup! We are going to meet at The Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge located at Albert Whitted Airport adjacent to downtown St. Pete. The bar has indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the tarmac, and there is generally ample parking.
Please express interest below if you are planning to attend, or if you can't attend this time but would in the future.
Place: The Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge Address: 540 1st St S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701 Date: Friday, January 11 Time: 6 pm until at least 830 pm
Don't forget to check out USCreditCardGuide, our ongoing sponsor for this meetup.
Geo
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2018.12.23 15:29 mostepicoctopus Difficulty Finding My Place in 3rd Wave

I moved from upstate NY to St. Petersburg, FL about two years ago. The Tampa Bay Area has a small but growing niche of 3rd wave shops, but I cannot seem to get hired anywhere. I have applied at least once to every shop in the area but only once was I able to secure an interview. It failed, the reason being cited as “had too much prior work experience, poor job retention.”
At home, I was a shop manager with significant responsibilities. I have a good palette, can dial in espresso with multiple recipes, have familiarity with most major brewing methods, great customer service skills, urgency, strong work ethic.
I’m wondering if anyone knows how to break the 3rd wave crust and find a job in a serious shop? I understand that shorter job retention reflects poorly on me, but the service industry is fickle and I have never been dismissed from a job, I move on when I believe I am moving up.
It doesn’t help that I’m pushing 30, very petite in size and stature (bluntly, I’m short and thin so no T or A) and probably not “conventionally” attractive. I realize that it’s a tourist town, with a young population, and males will often work the bar while attractive young women provide customer service. However the turnover rate it always high (of course it is! It’s service!!)
Has anyone else had trouble finding their place in craft coffee? Hiring managers, what do you look for on a resume and in person? Serious baristas, how did you secure your position? I know this may not be the best forum for this questions but I am desperate. The shop I work for is failing, and coffee is really all I know how or want to do. Any response is welcomed.
Love you guys. At least I’m pouting over a V60 pour of onyx Ethiopia Bensa so it could be worse!
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2018.12.10 16:12 agupps9 Inter-generational visit -- FL first time for grandparents from abroad

Hi all:
I'm planning a trip to FL for Dec 27-Jan 1 for six people. It will be me (27 yo guy), my brother (20 yo), my parents (in their 50s), and my grandparents who have recently come in from India (in their 80s). I wanted to take my grandparents somewhere warm in particular so that's why I was looking to FL. I am looking for an area that might combine aspects of beach + history / museums + nature -- we're not looking for nightlife / bars or Disney. We'd look to stay in an airbnb and cook ourselves probably so restaurants not too important. I was thinking of the following:

Option 1 -- Space coast area: Kennedy Space center (GrandF and bro are mechanical engineers and I think would love it!) + nearby Melbourne / Cocoa beaches + Merritt wildlife refuge
Option 2 -- Northeast FL: St. Augustine (looks beautiful!) + nearby beaches and wildlife reserve
Option 3 -- Keys: Key west + Everglades + Ft. Lauderdale
Option 4 -- West: Tampa + St. Petersburg + Sanibel island / Sarasota

Any thoughts? I was leaning towards option 1 given the space center, but I've heard it can be a mixed experience?
Also, thanks in advance. I can imagine you get sick of vacation advice posts, but it's really helpful given FL has so many great options. It is kind of overwhelming planning a trip!
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2018.11.11 21:44 sswelgin Moving to Austin from Florida

I'm going to be moving to Austin in the next couple of months but I'm having a hard time figuring out where I want to live. I'll be working in the Domain area. Currently I live in St. Petersburg, Fl. I've very close to DT in a very walkable neighborhood with shops, restaurants, bars and parks nearby. I dont mind something a little rough around the edges as long as it on the up and up. So I want to know 1, where is the "gayborhood" 2, what are some of the cooler neighborhoods and 3, are there any cool spots near the Domain.
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2018.11.01 14:18 OSUmountaineer Tampa/St. Petersburg Meetup - November 6 (Tuesday)

It's time for another meetup! We are going to change it up this time and meet at The Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge located at Albert Whitted Airport adjacent to downtown St. Pete. The bar has indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the tarmac, and there is generally ample parking.
Please express interest below if you are planning to attend, or if you can't attend this time but would in the future.
Place: The Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge Address: 540 1st St S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701 Date: November 6 (Tuesday) Time: 6 pm until at least 8 pm
Don't forget to check out USCreditCardGuide, our ongoing sponsor for this meetup.
Geo
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2018.10.18 17:23 Lake_Erie_Monster Visiting for a Wedding

Hello Redditor

I'll be visiting St Pete for a wedding and the wife and I have Friday all to ourselves. I've put together things to do relatively close to our hotel that we can explore and I wanted to get some feedback from you guys to see if there is anything we may have missed!
Thanks!
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2018.10.15 18:01 Fleyeswattr New Tour Dates Announced

Pulled from Facebook:
UPDATE!! NEW TOUR DATES ADDED!! If you didn't see your city listed on the first announcement, please check again, as a number of dates have been. See you soon.
10.23 - Austin, TX @ Beerland
10.26 - Dallas, TX @ One Night Only (Record Release)
10.27 - Houston, TX @ Insomnia Gallery
10.28 - New Orleans, LA @ Bank Street Bar
10.29 - Memphis, TN @ 831 S Cooper
10.30 - Lexington, KY @ Green Lantern Bar
10.31 - Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter^
11.01 - Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery^
11.02 - Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church^
11.03 - Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bazaar^
11.04 - Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus^
11.05 - Harrisonburg, VA @ The Golden Pony
11.06 - Athens, GA @ Krux House
11.07 - Gainesville, FL @ Loosey's
11.08 - Jacksonville, FL @ Nighthawks
11.09 - St. Petersburg, FL @ Fubar
11.10 - Atlanta, GA @ The Earl (Echosynthetic Fest)
11.11 - Asheville, NC @ Static Age Records
11.13 - Providence, RI @ AS220
11.14 - Montreal, QC @ Turbo Haus
11.15 - Ottawa, ON @ Happy Goat
11.16 - Toronto, ON @ The Baby G
11.18 - Detroit, MI @ The Sanctuary
11.19 - Cincinnati, OH @ The Mockbee
11.20 - St. Louis, MO @ FUBAR
11.21 - Kansas City, MO @ Union Library
11.22 - Des Moines, IA @ The Fremont
11.23 - Minneapolis, MN @ Eagles 34
11.24 - Chicago, IL @ Subterranean Downstairs
11.25 - Omaha, NE @ Pop 20
11.26 - Tulsa, OK @ T.A.F. Studios
11.27 - Denver, CO @ Streets of London
11.28 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Diabolical Records
11.29 - Boise, ID @ The Shredder
11.30 - Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios*
12.01 - Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey*
12.03 - San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop*
12.04 - Fresno, CA @ Strummers*
12.05 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo*
12.06 - Santa Rosa, CA @ Arlenes Francis Center*
12.08 - San Diego, CA @ Casbah+
12.09 - Phoenix, AZ @ Rebel Lounge
12.10 - El Paso, TX @ Rockhouse Bar
^ with Daughters
“*” with Uniform, The Body, Author & Punisher
“+” with Author & Punisher, Lingua Ignotta
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2018.10.09 21:57 hemplifet11 St. Petersburg demolition companies

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Pier Resort Pier Resort is ideally located at 253 2nd Avenue North St. Petersburg, FL 33701. Its location is true inside the coronary coronary heart of the premier waterfront district of downtown Florida. It is near the St. Petersburg Pier and diverse native museums.
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