Arts & Music
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The last time there was an emphatic and dramatic change in pop music was when grunge broke. When Nirvana and its serious, flannel-clad contemporaries became reluctant rock stars, the hair metal bubble burst.
Cuban-inspired recording group Gente De Zona will be the opening act at the Hispanic Heritage Concert, Oct. 11 at Coachman Park in Clearwater.
Marred by dark, dank spaces and unlovingly constructed from large concrete slabs, parking garages have long been the bane of city planners looking to beautify urban areas.
The Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg has appointed a new chief curator.
TAMPA — Nostalgia inspires the most famous line from “Jersey Boys,” the Broadway play and Hollywood biopic about Frankie Valli and his band of close friends, The Four Seasons.
A lot has changed for The Weeknd since he performed at Tampa’s Straz Center in 2013.
David Paich is feeling it again. When Toto’s vocalist-keyboardist-songwriter wrote hits such as “Rosanna” and “I Won’t Hold You Back” a generation ago, he knew that he knocked it out of the park.
The Dali Museum welcomes a special exhibition of M.C. Escher’s work, including an array of many of his most recognizable works, including “Drawing Hands,” “Waterfall” and “Reptiles.
NEW YORK — The 17th Teen Choice Awards threw its full support behind the hit series “Empire,” honored late “Furious 7” star Paul Walker and paid homage to a respected elder: Britney Spears. ...
A middle-age couple with an empty nest get tangled in a romantic love-hate triangle when a frisky dog comes into their lives in “Sylvia,” a comedy doing an encore performance at Stageworks Theatre.
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