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Tuesday's events include Christina Aguilera in concert and $10 admission at the James Museum.
Updated: 7 hours ago
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.
Updated: 11 hours ago
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.
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TAMPA — 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...
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. ...
You can see the writers Nov. 17 at the Times Festival of Reading at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg.
Historian Jack E. Davis recounts thousands of years of natural and human history on the Gulf of Mexico. In this excerpt, he describes the devastating impact of 19th century plume hunting on Tampa Bay.
Raymond Arsenault spent nine years researching and writing the book.
The Pulitzer Prize winner's second book centers on a true crime in Lake County.
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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