Do This: The Weekend Top 10

Cool indoor art and shopping, laughs from Wendy Williams and Tony Rock, Trashion Fashion, furry-friend-lovin' drag queens, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Caturday fun and bid happy birthday to Snooty the manatee!

100 SPF fun in St. Pete: The 27th Annual Cool Art Show keeps growing, offering contemporary and traditional art from 80 local and statewide artists. Handcrafted visual and functional works will be available for sale in paint, wood, ceramics, photography, metal, glass, mixed media and jewelry. Presented by PAVA, a nonprofit collective that has been in existence for more than 28 years. Pictured: Drawing by Candace Richey Ripoli. Sat. and Sun., July 18-19, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. On Saturday, at the Nova 535, The St. Pete Indie Market Bazaar has it made in the shade this month for a large pet- and family-friendly indoor market. Some vendors will be set up in the venue's bamboo garden, and food trucks and mobile shops will also be on site. Summertime cocktails, pastries and other sweets are among the food and drink highlights. Click here for updates.

Sea senior: Sing Happy Birt hday to the world’s oldest living manatee at a free outdoor festival and get more than half off indoor admission to the South Florida Museum, where beloved Snooty lives.  Snooty’s 67th Birthday Bash and Wildlife Festival celebrates the first manatee born in captivity. All-day reduced admission prices to the Museum, Aquarium and Planetarium are $9 for adults, $8 for seniors (65 and over), $7 for children ages 4-12; under 4 are free with a paying adult. Sat., July 18, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 201 10th St. W., Bradenton, 941-746-4131
Sun, Swimsuits, and Suds Pub Crawl Sport your bathing suits and tropical wear at 15 Ybor bars 3-9 p.m. Saturday. Costume contest and after-party will be held at Crowbar with DJs and music by Reggae greats Tribal Style. $20 in advance, $25 day of. More info at

ArtPool's 8th Annual Trashion Fashion Show  More than 30 artists repurpose unorthodox materials to create avant garde clothing designs that will be strutted on a makeshift runway. All ages can attend this trashy event. (Never thought I'd say that in writing.) After party at Enigma. 8 p.m.-midnight on Saturday, $20 general admission, $45 VIP. 2030 Central Ave. 727-324-3878.

Live music: Great sounds from DieAlps!, Good Graeff, the WMNF Americana Fest at Skipper's and more. Check Leilani's Music Week listing here.

Wendy Williams Hailed by the New York Post as “Daytime TV’s favorite guilty pleasure,” the outspoken celeb headlines the Mahaffey Theater, bringing comedy, audience interaction and segments of her talk show. 8 p.m., $39-$79,

Tony Rock Our comedy contributor, Mike Murillo, praises Chris’s lesser-known brother for his adult content and racial topics, highlighted by strong material and a casual storytelling style that can be either laid-back or more animated when necessary. Catch a video here. $15-$17. Shows Thursday-Sunday. Tampa Imrov, Find out about more comedy shows from Murillo by reading his Laugh Tract. 

Tampa Theater Summer Classics: Breakfast at Tiffany’s Traipse Manhattan and sing “Moon River” with flighty Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) and the neighbor she’s determined not to fall in love with (George Peppard,) in America's favorite bohemian-glam 1962 Truman Capote adaptation. Henry Mancini's score, pristine shots of New York at 5 a.m. Le sigh.  $10. Sun., July 12, 3 p.m. Tampa Theater, 711 N Franklin Street, Tampa.

Because we heart critters: On Caturday, err, Saturday, July 18, from 3 to 6 p.m., The Animal Coalition of Tampa and Blind Tiger Cafe will co-present Tampa’s First Cat Cafe. The Pop-up Cat Cafe will feature cats from Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center, the county’s shelter, at The Blind Tiger Cafe, 1901 E. Seventh Ave., Tamp  The sassy performers at Hamburger Mary’s in Tampa will host a bingo night benefiting Friends of Strays animal shelter. Hosted by Miss Melanie Minyon, Drag Queens Unite for Homeless Animals invites you to play 10 games of bingo for $10. All proceeds from the game will go to the critter-lovin’ nonprofit, which rescues and cares for 100 stray and abandoned companion animals on a daily basis while working with the community to find each one that sashays through their doors a loving, forever home. 5 p.m., July 19, 1600 E Seventh Ave., second Floor, Ybor City.