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Live Coverage: St. Pete Pride
CHRIS URSO  |  TimesSt. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman waves as he makes his way to the parade route for the beginning of the St. Pete Pride Parade Saturday, June  23, 2018 in St. Petersburg.
Hold onto your beads — Florida’s largest LGBTQ celebration kicks off Friday. The rainbow flag has been raised and
Luz Rivera, 69, kisses Jaime Rodriguez, 78, after accepting his marriage proposal during the annual Senior Prom hosted by Hillsborough County Aging Services at the Regent in Riverview on Friday. 
Rivera and Rodriguez, both from Puerto Rico, met at the Town 'N Country Senior Center last year, where Rodriguez said he knew she was the one. [TAILYR IRVINE   |   Times]
Man, 78, proposes to newfound love at ‘senior’ prom in Riverview
Andrew Bustamante, Jihi Bustamante and their son, Sina, at home in St. Petersburg. [Courtesy of Andrew Bustamante]
St. Petersburg couple drive a minivan, volunteer at church and were CIA spies
LUIS SANTANA   |   Times
Volunteers lead the transgender flag down Bayshore blvd. during the Trans Pride march before the start of the St. Pete Pride parade.  [Saturday, June 24, 2017] [Photo Luis Santana | Times]
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