Things To Do
With daily temperatures exceeding 90 degrees and breezes few and far between, we’ve hit the time of year when air conditioning is on the checklist that helps determine our weekend activities.
When World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) invades Tampa for a live broadcast of its pay-per-view event “WWE Battleground” on Sunday, it will be homecoming for a number of its performers.
Small, remote town pulls every trick in the book to land itself a much-needed town doctor. The locals are always colorful and quirky; the new doc, a Big Medicine cynic.
“Planes: Fire & Rescue” is roughly twice as good as its predecessor, “Planes,” which was so story-and-laugh starved it would have given “direct-to-video” a bad name. Yes, there was nowhere to go but up.
For starters, the name of the hotel is pronounced “Ah-LOFT,” as in to take flight into the sky, not “A loft,” as in a cool loft apartment in Brooklyn.
Machine Gun Kelly is known for literally bringing the house down when he visits Tampa.
Weird Al Yankovic is blowing up the internet this week like a big, wacky atom bomb filled with frizzy hair and scraps of Hawaiian shirts.
Bradenton teenager Sam Woolf says he grew up watching “American Idol” and now he’s living a dream come true, singing on the “American Idol Live!” tour.
Jason Aldean is bringing his Burn it Down Tour to Tampa this fall.
TAMPA — Like many children who grew up playing baseball, Tom Parnell dreamed of one day pitching in Yankee Stadium.