Put on your gowns. Get in line. Cue Pomp and Circumstance. Tampa Bay’s high school graduation season begins in earnest.
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“Did you drink from the water fountain over there?”
There is no Chickles High School. But on Friday, for one night only, through an unusual alignment of variables, there will be a Chickles High School Band. It all started because the band directors at the two schools are married. Keith and Amanda Griffis have conducted joint outings for their leaders — where the name “Chickles” was born — and they schedule practices at the same time so they can get home at night to spend time together.
The Bernie Sanders revolution came to Tampa Bay to help elect Andrew Gillum as the first unabashedly liberal governor in Florida history.
He actively shaped San Francisco’s late-’60s radical hippie movement; vintage posters and photographs detail his involvement with countercultural forces like Dr. Timothy Leary and the San Francisco Mime Troupe.
Patricia Cronin, Aphrodite, and the Lure of Antiquity: Conversations with the Collection is the inaugural exhibition in a biennial series exploring synergy between collections. The exhibit will open on August 16 and run through January 6, 2019.