Do It Today: Relax with Friends, Redefining Landscape at USF, or a class on crepes

Artist Katia Setti addresses the visual environment[image-1] effects of coal mining and offshore drilling in Redefining Landscape: Processes of Intrusion and Destruction (pictured), her series of paintings depicting tactile, abstracted landscapes. On display through July 9. Centre Gallery, Marshall Center, University of South Florida, Tampa.

Publix Apron’s Cooking School gives a crash course on crepes. The paper-thin French pancakes aren’t just satisfying for the sweet tooth; branch out from your All-American weekend with a foray into the Francophile fave. Today’s menu includes manicotti crepes; corn crepes with cumin lime chicken; buckwheat crepes with smoked salmon; and lemon cheesecake crepes. 6 p.m., Mon., July 5, 7835 Gunn Highway, Tampa, $40, 813-926-4465.

I'll tell you what I'll be doing on my day off today: a whole lotta nothing. If I'm feeling ambitious, maybe I'll pack up a bottle o' wine and head to the beach; more likely, I'll head to my biffle's backyard pool, slather on some sunscreen (still gotta maintain that vamp-like pallor), tip back a few Yuenglings, and continue our mission of watching all 10 seasons of Friends in one summer. If you simply must get outta the house and work off some post-Independence Day energy, here are a few options:


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