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Tickets for Brad Paisley in Tampa on sale Friday

Tickets for Brad Paisley in Tampa on sale Friday

Country fans will surely be crushin’ it this summer with the extensive lineup for the Country Megaticket.
Updated: 2 months ago
Dixie Chicks announce supporting acts, expands summer tour

Dixie Chicks announce supporting acts, expands summer tour

American rhythm and blues band Vintage Trouble has been added to the highly anticipated Dixie Chicks DCX MMXVI Tour.
Updated: 2 months ago
Audience becomes voyeur, co-conspirator in Jobsite’s titillating ‘The Maids’ at The Straz

Audience becomes voyeur, co-conspirator in Jobsite’s titillating ‘The Maids’ at The Straz

TAMPA – Solange and Claire, two sisters working as chamber maids, live in a tenuous reality, a place where their only comfort comes within the pampered confines of a boudoir, a sanctuary where they can secretly enact fantasies and plot revenge...
Updated: 2 months ago
5 Tampa-area bookstores celebrating Independent Book Store Day on Saturday

5 Tampa-area bookstores celebrating Independent Book Store Day on Saturday

On Saturday, book lovers can spend the day shopping limited-edition arrivals unique to their favorite indie bookstores for Independent Book Store Day. Stores around the Tampa region are offering discounts, unique items, performances, and meet-and-gre...
Updated: 2 months ago
Beyonce will build on her legacy during concert in Tampa

Beyonce will build on her legacy during concert in Tampa

Beyonce was already a star by the time she shared the Grammy stage with Prince in 2004, but the former focal point of Destiny’s Child moved up an echelon after that performance.
Updated: 2 months ago
‘The Maids’ means to spark debate among Straz Center audiences

‘The Maids’ means to spark debate among Straz Center audiences

Jean Genet’s play “The Maids,” released in 1947, was inspired by a famed French murder trial of two sisters who killed two women, their employer and her daughter, while working as maids in the early 1930s.
Updated: 2 months ago
Tampa native BK Jackson talks about touring with Prince

Tampa native BK Jackson talks about touring with Prince

It’s been one week since the world lost pop icon Prince.
Updated: 2 months ago
Ra Ra Riot headlining the new-look Tropical Heatwave in Ybor

Ra Ra Riot headlining the new-look Tropical Heatwave in Ybor

As Tropical Heatwave steams up Ybor City for the 35th year on Saturday night with 40-plus bands, WMNF Program Director Randy Wynne wonders about the future of Tampa’s longest-running musical festival.
Updated: 2 months ago
Review: Multilayered ‘Mr. Burns’ is some excellent theater

Review: Multilayered ‘Mr. Burns’ is some excellent theater

An episode of “The Simpsons” achieves mythical status and eventually becomes high art in a musical comedy opening Saturday at the freeFall theatre in St. Petersburg.
Updated: 2 months ago
Beyonce slays at Miami tour opening, offers no insight into album

Beyonce slays at Miami tour opening, offers no insight into album

MIAMI — Whether scorned woman or confident seductress, Beyonce moved seamlessly between the two on the opening night of her Formation World Tour in Miami, offering no insight into the rumors of marital infidelity fueled by her latest album.
Updated: 2 months ago