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Tampa, Florida - May 15, 2011

Liquid Blue at the entrance to Ybor City, a historic neighborhood in Tampa, Florida. In 2008, 7th Avenue in Ybor City was recognized as one of the "10 Great Streets in America". BlueGirl Diana Ferrer tries to flirt with one of the locals, but he seems lifeless and stiff. For unspoken reasons, women tend to find vampires attractive, and Gypsy Gina is no exception. Ybor City was founded in the 1880s by cigar manufacturers and populated by thousands of immigrants. Today many old buildings have been renovated for new uses, such as for theaters and nightclubs. Liquid Blue dance band members enjoying authentic Cuban food at the Tropicana Cafe. Outside the Tropicana Cafe, Gypsy Gina finally finds her soulmate with matching shades. Liquid Blue meets Beckah Shae, the famous Christian-pop-worship singer and songwriter. The BlueGirls with singer and songwriter Beckah Shae in Ybor City of Tampa, Florida. The Purple Line is a trolley-like bus that covers most of the downtown Tampa attractions. The Rivergate Tower in the background is sometimes called "the beer can" by locals. The Glazer Children's Museum promotes learning through exhibits featuring hands-on, interactive play. Tampa was ranked as the 5th best outdoor city by Forbes in 2008. Sand sculpting is a popular art in Tampa, and many competitions are held. The Tampa Museum of Art exhibits contemporary art as well as Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities. Scott Stephens and Ellis Hall III get some excercise along the Hillsborough River. The Hillsborough River passes directly in front of downtown Tampa flowing toward the bay. The Tampa Riverwalk extends along most of the downtown Tampa waterfront. The Riverwalk is a 2.4 mile path connecting parks and attractions to several large hotels. Liquid Blue dance band in front of the Old Tampa City Hall, a national historic site. Another view of the 10-story Old Tampa City Hall on John F. Kennedy Boulevard. This silver dome used to sit on top of a red brick courthouse that was built in 1892. Gypsy Gina shows her love for the Freedom Sculpture at Courthouse Square in Tampa. Several large banks and telecommunications companies maintain regional offices downtown. Guitarist Michael Vangerove has discovered another Tampa attraction, Hooters waitresses. The city of Tampa operates over 165 parks and beaches. The Hillsborough River is Tampa's main source of fresh water. The St. Pete Times Forum is used for concerts, ice hockey, basketball and arena football games. Tampa Bay Lightning, of the National Hockey League, calls the St. Pete Times Forum home. The "heritage" transit system in Tampa features modern replicas of streetcars from 1923 to 1946.