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Things To Do in St. Pete and Clearwater This Weekend | January 21st - 23rd
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Today at 05:30 PM - 07:30 pm

Sketching In The Galleries
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Yoga on the Beach at Caddy's Treasure Island
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Black History Month Writing & Artwork Contest
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10News WTSP has new update
19 hours ago Meet the Tampa Bay area rescue dogs participating in Puppy Bowl XVIII
All three superstar athletes have found their fur-ever homes since pre-taping the game.
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19 hours ago How Martin Luther King Jr.’s time in Florida helped pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964
President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 into law on July 2, with King present.
727area has new update 1 day ago Buccaneers to play winner of Cardinals-Rams game
Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Many eyes will be watching Monday night, The Tampa Bay Buccaneers advanced to the divisional round of the playoffs following their 31-15 win over the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday. We know that they’ll be moving on, however, we just don’t know who they’ll be hosting. The San Francisco 49ers defeated the Dallas Cowboys Saturday afternoon. That means San Francisco will now be traveling to Green Bay to take on the NFC’s No. 1 seeded Packers next weekend. So Tampa Bay will wait for the winner of Monday night’s game between the Arizona Cardinals and Los Angeles Rams to know who they will be playing next. Los Angeles is currently favored by 3.5, according to DraftKings. The NFL should be sending out the schedule later on this evening. Several believe the Packers will most likely play Sunday, which may mean the Buccaneers play host to their next opponent on Saturday. But that would give Tampa Bay’s opponent a short week to prepare so it’ll be interesting to see how the league views that situation if that were to be true. Regardless, we’ll be sure to provide an update once the league makes the schedule official. UPDATE: The NFL released the schedule for next weekend, and the Buccaneers will host either the Rams or Cardinals next Sunday at 3:00 PM (ET).
727area has new update 1 day ago Notes and stats from the Buccaneers 31-15 win over the Eagles
Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Milestones reached in this home playoff game. - The Buccaneers defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, 31-15, to advance to the Divisional Round of the 2022 NFL Playoffs. Tampa Bay has now won five consecutive playoff games and has scored 30-or-more points in each of those contests dating back to last season. The Buccaneers joined the New Orleans Saints (six consecutive games, 1/16/10-1/14/12) and Kansas City Chiefs (five consecutive games, 1/12/19-2/2/20) as the only teams in league history to score 30-or-more points in at least five consecutive playoff games. - Tampa Bay’s 16-point win marked the fifth-largest postseason win in franchise history. LARGEST POSTSEASON MARGIN OF VICTORY – BUCCANEERS HISTORY Rank (Opp., Date) Margin 1. vs. OAK, 1/26/03 +27 2. vs. SF, 1/12/03 +25 3. vs. KC, 2/7/21 +22 4. at PHI, 1/19/03 +17 5. vs. PHI, 1/16/22 +16 - Tampa Bay capped off its opening 12-play, 75-yard drive with a two-yard rushing touchdown from RB Giovani Bernard – his first rushing touchdown as a member of the Buccaneers and the first playoff rushing touchdown of his NFL career. - QB Tom Brady completed 29-of-37 passes in the game for 271 yards and two touchdowns, with no interceptions, earning a 115.2 passer rating. - Brady is the NFL’s all-time leader in both playoff passing yards and passing touchdowns. MOST POSTSEASON PASSING YARDS – NFL HISTORY Rank Player Yards 1. Tom Brady 12,449 2. Peyton Manning 7,339 3. Brett Favre 5,855 4. Joe Montana 5,772 5. Ben Roethlisberger 5,757 MOST POSTSEASON PASSING TOUCHDOWNS – NFL HISTORY Rank Player TD 1. Tom Brady 83 2t. Joe Montana 45 2t. Aaron Rodgers 45 4. Brett Favre 44 5. Peyton Manning 40 - Brady’s 271 passing yards were the third-most in a single game in Buccaneers playoff history. MOST POSTSEASON SINGLE-GAME PASSING YARDS – BUCCANEERS HISTORY Rank Player (Opp., Date) Yards 1. Tom Brady (at WAS, 1/9/21) 381 2. Tom Brady (at GB, 1/24/21) 280 3. Tom Brady (vs. PHI, 1/16/22) 271 4. Brad Johnson (at PHI, 1/19/03) 259 5. Brad Johnson (vs. OAK, 1/26/03) 215 - Brady’s 115.2 passer rating on Sunday was the second-best in a postseason game in franchise history. HIGHEST SINGLE-GAME POSTSEASON PASSER RATING – BUCCANEERS HISTORY Rank Player (Opp., Date) Rating 1. Tom Brady (vs. KC, 2/7/21) 125.8 2. Tom Brady (vs. PHI, 1/16/22) 115.2 3. Tom Brady (at WAS, 1/9/21) 104.3 4. Tom Brady (at NO, 1/17/21) 92.9 5. Brad Johnson (at PHI, 1/19/03) 82.8 - WR Mike Evans led the team with a franchise playoff record nine receptions for 117 yards and one touchdown, surpassing teammate Chris Godwin (232) for the second-most postseason receiving yards in franchise history. MOST POSTSEASON RECEIVING YARDS – BUCCANEERS HISTORY Rank Player Yards 1. Keyshawn Johnson 375 2. Mike Evans 321 3. Chris Godwin 232 4. Cameron Brate 204 5. Joe Jurevicius 197 MOST POSTSEASON SINGLE-GAME RECEPTIONS – BUCCANEERS HISTORY Rank Player (Opp., Date) Rec. 1. Mike Evans (vs. PHI, 1/16/22) 9 2. Warrick Dunn (at PHI, 1/12/02) 8 3. Joey Galloway (vs. WAS, 1/7/06) 7 4t. Mike Evans (vs. WAS, 1/9/21) 6 4t. Rob Gronkowski (vs. KC, 2/7/21) 6 4t. Keyshawn Johnson (vs. OAK, 1/26/03) 6 4t. Keyshawn Johnson (at PHI, 12/31/00) 6 - Evans’ 117 receiving yards in the game are the second-most in a single postseason game in team history. MOST POSTSEASON SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING YARDS – BUCCANEERS HISTORY Rank Player (Opp., Date) Yards 1. Mike Evans (at WAS, 1/9/21) 119 2. Mike Evans (vs. PHI, 1/16/22) 117 3. Chris Godwin (at GB, 1/24/21) 110 4. Keyshawn Johnson (at PHI, 12/31/00) 106 5. Jimmie Giles (at DAL, 1/2/82) 98 - Evans and TE Rob Gronkowski, who made five receptions for 31 yards and one touchdown on Sunday, each have three postseason touchdowns with Tampa Bay – the most in team history. MOST POSTSEASON RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS – BUCCANEERS HISTORY Rank Player TD 1t. Mike Evans 3 1t. Rob Gronkowski 3 3t. Antonio Brown 2 3t. Keenan McCardell 2 5. Many Players Tied 1 - With his totals on Sunday, Gronkowski surpassed Cliff Branch (1,289) for the fourth-most receiving yards in NFL postseason history. MOST POSTSEASON RECEIVING YARDS – NFL HISTORY Rank Player Yards 1. Jerry Rice 2,245 2. Julian Edelman 1,442 3. Michael Irvin 1,315 4. Rob Gronkowski 1,304 5. Cliff Branch 1,289 - Gronkowski has also recorded the second-most playoff touchdown receptions in league history with 15. MOST POSTSEASON RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS – NFL HISTORY Rank Player TD 1. Jerry Rice 22 2. Rob Gronkowski 15 3. John Stallworth 12 4t. Fred Biletnikoff 10 4t. Larry Fitzgerald 10 4t. Antonio Freeman 10 4t. Randy Moss 10 4t. Hines Ward 10 - RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn led the team on the ground with 17 rushes for 53 yards and one touchdown. He ran it in from the one-yard line with 25 seconds remaining in the opening quarter, scoring his first career playoff touchdown. - Tampa Bay totaled 349 net yards of offense on Sunday – the fourth-most in Buccaneers postseason history and the most in a home playoff contest. MOST POSTSEASON SINGLE-GAME NET YARDS – BUCCANEERS HISTORY Rank (Opp., Date) Yards 1. at WAS, 1/9/21 507 2. vs. OAK, 1/26/03 365 3. at GB, 1/24/21 351 4. vs. PHI, 1/16/22 349 5. vs. KC, 2/7/21 340 - The Buccaneers shut out the Eagles in the opening half, marking the second time the Buccaneers have pitched a first-half shutout in a playoff game (also, 1997 Wild Card vs. Detroit). - Tampa Bay’s defense generated three takeaways in the game – tied for the fourth-most in a single game in Buccaneers playoff history. Dating back to last season, the Buccaneers have recorded multiple takeaways in each of their last four postseason games. Over the last two postseasons, Tampa Bay has notched 12 turnovers over the five-game stretch. MOST POSTSEASON SINGLE-GAME TAKEAWAYS – BUCCANEERS HISTORY Rank (Opp., Date) TA 1t. vs. SF, 1/12/03 5 1t. vs. OAK, 1/26/03 5 3. at NO, 1/17/21 4 4t. vs. PHI, 1/16/22 3 4t. at PHI, 1/19/03 3 4t. at LAR, 1/23/00 3 - S Mike Edwards intercepted a Jalen Hurts pass in the end zone to preserve Tampa Bay’s first-half shutout, claiming his second postseason interception and his fourth overall this season. - The Buccaneers second takeaway of the game came on a muffed punt, which was recovered by DB Ross Cockrell – the second playoff fumble recovery of Cockrell’s career. - In the third quarter, OLB Shaquil Barrett picked off a pass from Hurts, securing his first postseason interception and his third overall in his NFL career. - NT Steve McLendon and S Antoine Winfield Jr. each recorded 1.0 sack in the game for Tampa Bay – both marking the first of their postseason careers.
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Must Visit Bars in St. Pete and Clearwater During 2022
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Our Favorite Pinellas County Local Chains
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Things To Do in St. Pete and Clearwater This Weekend | January 14th - 16th
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Top 10 Places To Eat Eggs in St. Pete and Clearwater | Scrambled, Fried, and Over-Easy
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Caddy's John's Pass has added new photos
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Could you get drinks at some random restaurant? Sure... but they won’t have a view like ours!
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Caddy's Treasure Island has added new photos
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Participants of the Clearwater Running Festival get 20% off their tab at any of our Caddy’s locations all through January!
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Nicholas Day
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St. Pete Beer, Bacon & BBQ Festival Set For January 15th & 16th at Vinoy Park
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Things To Do in St. Pete and Clearwater This Weekend | January 7th - 9th
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Tuesday Specials in St Petersburg & Clearwater

Ferg's Sports Bar
Bar & Restaurant
1320 Central Ave., St Petersburg FL, 33705
Tuesday's Apps and Crafts
$3 Craft Beer from 3pm-3am
Half Price Appetizers 3pm-11pm

Happy Hour from 3-7pm
Excluding Rays Home Games
$1.50 Ferg's Light Draft
$2 Domestic Drafts
$2.50 Domestic Bottles
$3 Well Drinks
$3.50 House Wine
Campanella's Italian Restaurant
Restaurant
7420 49th St N, Pinellas Park FL, 33781
Express Lunch 11-2 PM Pick 3 just $9.95
Pick your beverage
Pick your Entree: Choice of Pizza Dough Burger, 6 Chicken Wings, Sub Sandwiches, or Caesar Salad
Pick a Side
Daiquiri Shak
Bar & Restaurant
14995 Gulf Boulevard, Madeira Beach FL, 33708
1/2 Price Apps Monday - Thursday 4pm-6pm

$5 Select Lunches Monday - Thursday 11am-2pm
Tuesday - Salads
Omnia Blue Gentlemens Club
Bar
340 1st Avenue North, St. Petersburg FL, 33701
Tito's Tuesday!
$100 Bottles Bottles of Tito's Vodka. If you don't want a bottle, we also feature $5 Tito's cocktails.

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