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TAMPA — For many young people in the 1970s, there was just one place to be on weekends: the Sweetheart Roller Skating Rink.
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Smallpools has hit the big time quickly. Shortly after forming in Los Angeles two years ago, the quartet embarked on its first tour, a club jaunt. Months after collaborating, Smallpools was riding the wave of its catchy synth-driven single “Dr...
GRiZ is pumped. The musician/electronic producer just finished off a well-received set at ACL, Austin City Limit’s festival. GRiZ, aka Grant Kwiecinski, is sweaty, tired but excited.
A love triangle involving a shy Chinese-American woman, an outgoing, streetwise African-American man and a troubled gay ex-convict is at the heart of “Lights Rise on Grace.”
Tedeschi Trucks Band will be the headline act for the fourth consecutive year as the Sunshine Music Festival announced its lineup for the January event in St. Petersburg.
Christo has been called the “Evil Knievel of modern art,” a label that seems to fit this internationally recognized artist. He’s known for taking great leaps of faith, even describing his own works as “totally irrational.&...
For anyone following the Florida Orchestra over the years, harmony often gave way to the sour notes of distress. Mounting debt, frozen payrolls, and shortened seasons did little to inspire music making, much less convince audiences that the state...
Zombies stumble amok in Victorian England when the undead mash-up with Oscar Wilde in “The Importance of Being Ernest with Zombies” in preview Friday night and opening Saturday at the freeFall Theatre in St. Petersburg.
In 1980, three Air Force buddies bought a little beer joint north of Tampa. They sold beer for a $1. Local musicians jammed there on Sundays and people danced in the sand under the oaks. Now, Skipper’s is a cultural cornerstone of Tampa’s music scene.
One of the reasons to like Tampa Repertory Theatre is its willingness to tackle projects that are deep and sometimes dark. That’s what it did here with Lillian Hellman’s disturbing and, at times, distraught “The Children’s...
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