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Sundial launches Friday Night Summer Music Series

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Sundial, downtown St. Petersburg’s high-profile retail, dining and entertainment center, will offer guests a special treat all summer, with its Friday Night Summer Music Series which begins this Friday. Each Friday from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. artists will entertain shoppers, happy-hour enthusiasts, and diners. The series showcases some of the best local talents in the Tampa Bay region, with a different musical experience each week. Acts include DJs, singer-songwriters, folk artists and jazz ensembles. For updates and a schedule,…

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Aerialist Rick Wallenda to skywalk over Sundial St. Pete Feb. 11

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St. Petersburg will get a rare opportunity to experience the Flying Wallendas this week with a death-defying stunt over downtown’s Sundial luxury shopping center. World renowned aerialist Rick Wallenda will cross over Sundial by tightrope Saturday, Feb. 11 at 5 p.m. The event, which is open to the public, will benefit Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County. As part of the Wallenda family tradition, the third-generation performer will cross the courtyard on a cable no thicker than an index finger,…

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Ansley Z Kids Co. joins Sundial

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Today The Edwards Group announced the addition of Ansley Z Kids Co. to the Sundial lifestyle center. Ansley Z will feature children’s clothing, accessories, shoes, toys, gifts and more, and will take over the space formerly occupied by L.O.L. Kids. Ansley Z Kids Co., owned and operated by Jackie Zumba, will be a compliment to Sundial’s highly successful Jackie Z Style Co., also owned by Zumba. Zumba made her name in fashion retailing after opening Jackie Z Style Co. on Sarasota’s Main Street. The shop…

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St. Pete rocks it in Creative Loafing’s 2015 Best of the Bay

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St. Pete fared pretty well in Creative Loafing’s Best of the Bay. In perhaps her biggest honor, the Sunshine City was tapped by “reader’s choice” for the best city, beating out Tampa. “Just learned we won Best City (of course!). Best city, best people. Thank you, St. Pete,” Mayor Rick Kriseman wrote on his Facebook page. But it was St. Pete’s eclectic food and booze scene that really stood out. Though Tampa is well on its way with incredible spots…

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