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Here’s where to get in free this weekend at select Tampa Bay museums

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Free museum this year is Saturday in downtown St. Pete and various other spots around Tampa Bay. (the best are in St. Pete because it’s more awesome.) Residents have the opportunity to peruse 20 museums for free or reduced admission as part of the Smithsonian Museum Day Live and St. Pete’s Arts Alive. Free and discounted entry to the museums runs from 10 a.m until 3 p.m. Each year the event packs participating museums. The city recommends parking in a…

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Today on Context Florida: 10 political questions, gerrymandering and the Belle Glade people

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Today on Context Florida: The Florida Supreme Court has ruled the state’s congressional maps don’t meet requirements of a voter-approved constitutional amendment prohibiting political lines drawn to favor incumbents or political parties. The court ordered the Legislature to redraw the maps. Peter Schorsch discusses 10 big questions looming over Florida politics, including: Will the Legislature appeal; what’s the timetable to redraw the lines; who’s driving the redistricting train and who will be hurt more by the decision, Gwen Graham or David…

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