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Tampa beat Philadelphia. We’re not talking about the Lightning, Rays or the Bucs, especially the Bucs. This is about Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers concerts.
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TAMPA — The third floor of the Glazer Children’s Museum was full of happy white noise on Sunday afternoon, when excited children’s voices blended with a tinkling xylophone, clapping cymbals and a honking trombone.
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TAMPA — Jimi Hendrix, hailed by Rolling Stone magazine as the greatest guitarist of all time, was a lefty but played a right-handed instrument, sometimes behind his back or even with his teeth.
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NEW YORK – The young-adult adaptation “The Maze Runner” raced to the top of the box-office with $32.5 million, giving a budding franchise a quick start out of the gate.
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TAMPA — When “Dog Day Afternoon” ends, John Miller’s story begins.
ST. PETERSBURG — It felt vaguely like fall Saturday morning with a cool, cloudy blanket covering the sky, the right kind of weather for this downtown neighborhood’s annual German beer festival.
OCALA — Actor John Travolta is spending time with Ocala electrical line workers while preparing for an upcoming movie role.
ST. PETERSBURG — To the uninitiated, Frank Zappa’s musical catalog doesn’t appear to extend beyond such novelty-rock tracks as “Valley Girl” and “Don’t Eat the Yellow Snow.” ...
Sabor, in Spanish, means flavor, so food remains at the heart of the Festival del Sabor. And what would the leading celebration of Hispanic heritage in the Tampa Bay area be without an arroz con pollo contest?
It’s in our DNA, the need to feel fear, to sense our adrenaline building and to allow ourselves to get lost in a moment of sheer terror.
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