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Superstitions on display at the Bricks and ‘junk’ sales abound

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  • Feeling Lucky: The Art of Superstition – – It’s that time of year when all things spooky, or even just mysterious, are on the brain.
  • The Art of Superstition features the work of Blaine Haverty, who will explore bad luck, and Theresa Crout, right, who will handle good luck.
  • We’re all in luck this weekend, with two “junk” sales to help us satisfy our pickers’ itch.
  • The Belleair Garden Club is hosting its biennial Junk and Jewels sale, with a presale event from 4:30 to 7 tonight ($5 entry).
  • The City of Safety Harbor is holding a Junk in the Trunk garage sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Safety Harbor Community Center.


Feeling Lucky: The Art of Superstition It’s that time of year when all things spooky, or even just mysterious, are on the brain. That notion is being celebrated in an art event Friday (the 13th

Feeling Lucky: The Art of Superstition

It’s that time of year when all things spooky, or even just mysterious, are on the brain. That notion is being celebrated in an art event Friday (the 13th!) at the Bricks Ybor. The Art of Superstition features the work of Blaine Haverty, who will explore bad luck, and Theresa Crout, right, who will handle good luck. Crout is the artist behind the VooDood, cool little themed sculptures that she usually creates by challenging herself to make a number of them for her birthday. For this exhibit, she has made a limited edition of 13, including a Ganesh VooDood and an Evil Eye VooDood, and they’re all presented in shadowboxes. Haverty’s illustrative works explore occult, religion, fantasy and surrealism. Sounds like the perfect event to get you in the Halloween spirit. Free. 7-10 p.m. 1327 E Seventh Ave., Tampa.

Trash or Treasure? “Junk” Sales

Do you, like me, love the thrill of the hunt, a good bargain and the element of surprise? Then you probably enjoy shopping at resale shops, flea markets and garage/estate sales. We’re all in luck this weekend, with two “junk” sales to help us satisfy our pickers’ itch.

The Belleair Garden Club is hosting its biennial Junk and Jewels sale, with a presale event from 4:30 to 7 tonight ($5 entry). The sale continues Friday and Saturday, from 9 a.m….

Superstitions on display at the Bricks and ‘junk’ sales abound

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