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Brittany Gonzalez as Inga, left, Patrick Moran as Igor, center, and Brian Moran as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein perform in Richey Suncoast Theatre’s production of Young Frankenstein.MICHELE MILLER | Times

Musical version of 'Young Frankenstein' opens Sept. 10 at Richey Suncoast Theatre

NEW PORT RICHEY — Fans of Mel Brooks (The Producers, Blazing Saddles) will get a chance to see the musical version of what Brooks himself described as his best film, Young Frankenstein, at Richey Suncoast Theatre. It opens Sept. 10 and continues weekends through Sept. 27. The show is based on Brooks' 1974 film spoo …


  1. County mulls acquisition of sensitive Rocky Creek property along coast


    More than three decades ago, an Odessa couple wanted to take gulf-front property they owned and save it as a public park. If Pasco commissioners concur, the county plans to do just that by buying the island for $3.1 million.

    Failed housing development, due to a declining real estate market, on the Rocky Creek land along the coast allowed the Pasco County Commission to add the 65 acres to a project list in 2009. Now, commissioners may buy the land with proceeds from the original Penny for Pasco sales tax to turn it into a public park preserve.
  2. West Pasco Habitat's Kinship Urban Farm is designed to feed and teach

    Human Interest


    Eric Stewart walked out of the sun and into the shade on a path between vegetable patches.

    Farm Manager Eric Stewart, left, works with volunteers Cole Hawkins and Brianna Wiik, right, as they plant and water pepper plants Friday morning. Stewart is the farm’s only paid employee.
  3. Flood washes away southern entrance to Beacon Woods; no timetable for repairs

    Local Government

    HUDSON — You can get a quiche, Cuban sandwich, Greek salad, bowl of broccoli cheese soup or breakfast all day at the Cafe at CARES. The daily special even comes with a free brownie sundae.

    Plenty of tables. No waiting.

    And that's the problem.

  4. Bowen: Corcoran can empower voters with Tallahassee reforms

    Local Government

    The Twitter world around Tampa Bay lit up last week, and the topic of the chatter was stripped across Page 1 of the daily newspapers a day later: Tampa lands Johnson & Johnson coup.

    First thoughts?

  5. Coming elections will show how wise we are as voters


    Latest wrinkle in national politics: Donald Trump, an arrogant businessman, and Bernie Sanders, a self-proclaimed socialist, leading and advancing in the polls.

  6. The Festival of Flight, a fish fry and other Things to Do on the North Suncoast


    On screen

    A family-friendly feature film: Wear pajamas and bring a blanket for a family movie night at 5:15 p.m. today at the South Holiday Library, 4649 Mile Stretch Drive, Holiday. Free. Popcorn and refreshments will be provided. For information, including the movie's title, call (727) 834-3331.

  7. Pasco County real estate transactions for Sept. 4, 2015

    Real Estate


    34201 Kentucky Derby Pl., to Alice Harper & Kyle Thomas Harper by Jackie L. Robinson & Neyda Robinson, $519,500, 8/6/2015.