Five Things to Do Today

1. Brooker Creek Preserve Environmental Education Center presents Living Things We Love to Hate, a film that focuses on slugs, snakes, bats and other creepy creatures.

2. California-by-way-of-Cincinnati comedian Gary Owen brings his stand-up to the Tampa Improv for a single-night show.

3. On tonight’s episode of Project Runway, the designers must create a sports-themed outfit. See a preview here

4. Ophelia Project-Tampa Bay presents its third Conversations & Cocktails, part of a networking and social programming series.

5. The selection for this Wednesday’s St. Pete for Peace documentary screening is Toxic Sludge is Good For You. Narrated by Amy Goodman, the doc tracks the development of the public relations industry and reveals the amount of biased, PR-produced news and info that is fed to the general public via the media on a daily basis. The screening starts at 8:30 p.m. and is held at Café Bohemia in St. Petersburg; admission is free.

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