TAMPA - Here are five things you need to know happening in Florida on Tuesday, July 16.
(1) The Wrecking Crew radio hosts surrender to police
The co-hosts of The Wrecking Crew radio show in Sarasota will surrender to police at noon on Tuesday for violating a state law that prohibits electronic gaming devices.
Sherman Baldwin and Evan Bacallao say the law was created to close down private internet gambling operations. However, they claim it was poorly written and inadvertently makes the use of all computers, tablets and smart phones illegal.
A Miami law firm has filed a lawsuit to get the law struck down.
"HB 155 means you are breaking the law if you are using any device connected to a network which could access a game of chance," said Justin Kaplan, lead attorney in the lawsuit.
Baldwin and Bacallao do not expect to be arrested. Instead their stunt is being coordinated to show the law needs to be rewritten.
(2) FPL Port Everglades power plant demolition
Florida Power & Light demolished its half-century-old Port Everglades power plant in Ft. Lauderdale early on Monday.
The plant was known along Florida's East Coast for its four iconic candy-cane-striped smokestacks.
Crews demolished the plant's four boiler units and smokestacks at 6:45 a.m. using 450 pounds of explosives. The plant is the third aging, oil-burning power plant that FPL has razed in the last few years.
FPL is replacing the old plant with a new one that burns only natural gas. The new plant will cut carbon dioxide emission in half and reduce overall emissions by 90 percent. The new plant is expected to go online in 2016.
(3) NASA spacewalk
Two astronauts will conduct their second spacewalk outside the International Space Station in one week on Tuesday.
American Chris Cassidy and Italian Luca Parmitano are preparing the ISS for a new Russian module that will be installed later this year.
The new module will serve as a research facility, docking port and airlock for future Russian spacewalks and will replace the Pirs module.
The spacewalk is scheduled to last 6 1/2 hours and will begin at 8:10 a.m. You can watch it live at nasa.gov/tv .
(4) Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure will be screened at The Dali Museum in St. Petersburg as part of the Cult Classic movie series.
The 1989 film stars Keanu Reeves as Ted "Theodore" Logan and Alex Winter as Bill S. Preston -- two high school slackers who travel through time to pass a history presentation. The film also co-stars comedian George Carlin as Rufus, the teens' mentor.
The joke is 700 hundred years into the future, the world is a utopia due to the wisdom and music of Bill and Ted. However, when Rufus finds the teens their music is awful and they have no clue about philosophy.
Through training and finding historical figures in the past, Bill and Ted find love, pass their presentation and save the future.
The movie will be shown on The Dali's patio beginning at sunset. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. There will be a cash bar, popcorn and a food truck.
The screening is free and open to the public.
(5) 2013 MLB All-Star Game
Two Tampa Bay Rays are in New York to take part in the 84th Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Citi Field on Tuesday.
Starting pitcher Matt Moore is an All-Star for the first time. He replace injured pitcher Yu Darvish on the roster.
Ben Zobrist is an All-Star for the second time in his career. He was also named an All-Star in 2009.
The game is scheduled to begin at 8:00 p.m. It will be broadcast on FOX-TV.
The Rays are hoping the American League will win tonight's game. If the A.L. wins the game and the Rays win American League pennant, they would host games 1 and 2 of the 2013 World Series.
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