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Tampa Bay Lightning fans are invited back to Channelside Bay Plaza tonight to cheer the team as it takes the next step toward the Stanley Cup finals.
NEW YORK – “Mad Men” will end its glorious run tonight not with a bang or a whimper, but a resolution that will ring true to the spirit of the series.
TAMPA — Counting down the days until she leaves, WFLA-TV news anchor Gayle Sierens says she is trying not to have a plan for retirement.
WINTER HAVEN — The long-awaited Legoland Florida hotel opened Friday, and aficionados of the brightly colored brick toys can now rejoice.
A new breed of celebrity is emerging on the global pop culture scene, one that presents itself in short bursts — a few minutes on YouTube, a couple of seconds on Vine, creating an undercurrent of short-attention-span sensations. A select few of them are on tour, appearing at Busch Gardens this weekend.
TAMPA — The all-female song-and-dance ensemble Entertainment Revue has served as a virtual farm team for Fox TV’s “American Idol” talent competition.
The Lightning will be hosting a watch party starting at 11 a.m. for the team's 1 p.m. game at New York in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.
The Friday Extra Concert Series show tonight at Lowry Park band shell has been postponed due to pending thunderstorms, organizers said today.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – U2 guitarist The Edge says he’s fine after falling off the stage at a concert in Vancouver.
Tribune entertainment editor Kim MacCormack talks weekend events with Jack Harris and Tedd Webb on 970-WFLA AM, including Singin’ in the Rain tribute at the Mahaffey and Straz, and John Fogerty at the Amphitheatre. For more things to do, check...