St. Petersburg Times: “Family-friendly Festival”


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Newspaper Jacket by Kim Buchheit for Exquisite Corpse

St. Petersburg Times book editor, ¬†Collete Bancroft, wrote an article praising Deep Carnivale as a “family-friendly festival” offering ” plenty of performances, games and activities for children all day Saturday”.

She was particularly enchanted with the appearance of Ybor City native son, Ferdie Pacheco,¬†“famed fight doctor, painter and raconteur”, who will read from his latest book,¬†Tales From the 5th Street Gym: Ali, the Dundees, and Miami’s Golden Age of Boxing, at 10 a.m. Saturday.

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