We have a question: how is the Monday after the Super Bowl not a national holiday?
Originally President's Day was designated on the third Monday in February because it was the closest to George Washington's birthday, who was born on February 22nd. The holiday was originally called "Washington's Birthday" and that was fine, but now that it includes all Presidents... we can't move it back a couple weeks so we can celebrate the Super Bowl properly? How has this not happened yet??
Since ALL the Presidents are celebrated now, even the one that quit, can't we just designate Ronald Reagan (February 6th) or William Henry Harrison (February 9th) as the Presidential birthday to be celebrated? And isn't part of being President doing what is in the best interests of your fellow Americans? Wouldn't all 45 of them want this? For all of us?
Think about it, Washington D.C. You guys could use a bit of popularity lately.
But in the meantime, here are the Top 10 Things to Do in Tampa Bay this weekend.
Looking for where to watch the Eagles and the Patriots in the Super Bowl on this non-national holiday weekend? We've got a list of all the best sports bars in town and their specials right here!
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Hyde Park Healthy, a free fitness event series, continues in Hyde Park Village! Saturday at 9 a.m. the Yoga Circuit Blend will be taught by CAMP.
St. Pete Beach Seafood & Music Festival on Corey Avenue in Downtown St. Pete Beach. Blending delicious freshly-cooked seafoods, meats and vegetarian fare with great live musical performances!
Journey to The Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall – two of the best-selling albums of all time – for a night of Pink Floyd’s classic hits like Money, Comfortably Numb and Another Brick in the Wall.
Keep Saint Petersburg Local is proud to bring back Localtopia to Williams Park for its 5th year!