Arts and Music
LOS ANGELES —The Stone Temple Pilots accuse former frontman Scott Weiland of misusing the band's name to further his solo career and want a judge to strip the rocker of his ability to use the group's name or songs.
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The coal miner’s daughter is coming to St. Petersburg.
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Art Alexakis sent Santa Claus a letter asking for a guitar, an organ and drums when he was 4 years old.
The Florida Orchestra finishes its season this weekend by performing a piece that caused a Paris riot a century ago, "Rite of Spring."
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Randy Jackson didn't waste any time finding a new venture now that he's off “American Idol,” promoting his new line of patriotic-themed guitars being sold through HSN.
The photograph, “The Catch,” captures a trapeze artist in mid-air.
The idea of Michael Douglas playing Liberace might seem nearly as outrageous as Liberace himself.
When artist Mike Parker set to work on “American Journey,” an enormous mural capturing the history and culture of Ybor City, he started by getting to know people who live and work there.
R&B singer and reality TV star Toni Braxton is coming to the Mahaffey Theater.
The Beach Boys are bringing their sunny sounds to Tampa for a summer show at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
For a sense of the random oddities that dot Daft Punk's strange, funky, cosmic new album, “Random Access Memories,” consider a partial discography of the musicians employed by the two Frenchmen in service of its creation.
The Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks echoed with the sounds of live music, tourists with foreign accents and bustling shopkeepers Sunday afternoon, but just days before it was a din of sirens and crackling flames.
A collection of interviews with Bruce Springsteen shows his refreshing candor, and how he enjoys the tussle in an interview and responds with intelligent, insightful thoughts
“American Idiot” is a big, loud swirl of simulated sex, drug use, vulgar language and middle fingers continuously raised at everyone and no one.