On the Radar: The City Scramble, St. Pete's own version of The Amazing Race

the use of digital devices? Teams have to take a picture at every spot (there is a 20-minute penalty if they don’t), and it’s recommended that at least one team member have a phone that connects to the Internet and shoots photos. If you don’t, prepare to phone a friend with a computer. The first to finish the race gets $500, a free race entry and a medal. Proceeds benefit Creative Clay.  (Pictured: Racers map out a route at Orlando’s City Scramble) Sat. May 29, 9-9:50 a.m. check in time, race starts at 10 a.m., race starts at Savannah’s Café, 1113 Central Ave., St. Petersburg, $45 per person, thecityscramble.com.

Welcome to On the Radar, where we preview upcoming arts events to mark your calendars for. Saturday's City Scramble is The Amazing Race, St. Pete-style. The five-mile race pits teams of two people (no more, no less) against each other to scamper around St. Petersburg (strictly by foot) looking for clues and completing challenges.

And what’s a scavenger hunt/race these days without


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