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Meet the sandsculpting masters or catch Andrew Dice Clay's standup
Tuesday's events include Christina Aguilera in concert and $10 admission at the James Museum.
Restaurant review: New St. Petersburg hot spot Dr. BBQ delivers on flair and solid, elevated barbecue
The folks behind Datz teamed up with Dr. BBQ himself, Ray Lampe.
The Pulitzer-winning play zeroes in on brothers named Lincoln and Booth. And a theater created by and for minorities gets off to a strong start.
TAMPA ó Eighty years ago this weekend, Nazi rioters unleashed a wave of antisemitic violence and rage. Whipped up by the propaganda minister and aided by the Gestapo, they killed scores of citizens, burned hundreds of synagogues, and vandalized or de...
Tampa Bay Times Festival of Reading: The festivalís 26th year brings authors including Ace Atkins, (The Sinners), above, Jeff Klinkenberg (Son of Real Florida: Stories From My Life) and Lisa Unger (Under My Skin) to USF St. Pete on Saturday. Free. f...
Immediately after announcing it had booked Hamilton, the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts had to revise its automated phone greeting. Fans calling about Hamilton could press 1.Everyone wanted to know when tickets were going on sale. ...
R. Kelly: Donít be surprised to see protesters outside tonightís concert by the popular singer, songwriter, producer who crowns himself as the "King of R&B" who is bringing along R&B sensation Keyshia Cole and Adina Howard. 8 p.m., Yuengling Center (...
Ribfest: This final day of music, ribs and fair food brings headliners Los Lonely Boys and Barenaked Ladies. Opens at 12 p.m., Vinoy Park, 501 Fifth Ave. NE, St. Petersburg. $20. (727) 528-3828; ribfest.org.Shakespeare in the City: The St. Petersburg...
Need a stress reliever? ZooTampa at Lowry Park is celebrating the births of seven rare African painted dogs, and they are awfully cute.The multi-colored pups are the first of this endangered African species to be born at the Tampa zoo. They also are ...
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