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  1. Saturday is Free Museum Day, and more art to see this weekend

    Visual Arts

    Priceless: Free Museum Day

    We're incredibly fortunate to be a community with so many wonderful museums to visit and be inspired by. We're even more fortunate that many of them will open their doors for free Saturday, in celebration of the Smithsonian's Museum Day Live and St. Petersburg's Arts …

    Jamie Bates observes the paintings on display during free museum day at the Museum of Fine Arts, which is offering free admission on Saturday
  2. This week's best Tampa Bay concerts: Arcade Fire, Zac Brown Band, Cardi B and more

    Music & Concerts

    FINALLY: Arcade Fire

    Does it matter that Tampa's long-awaited first concert from Arcade Fire is coming in support of Everything Now, their worst-reviewed album? Not in the slightest. The Montreal indie rock collective's stellar live reputation comes from years of exuberant anthems like …

    Handout photo of the Zac Brown Band, performing at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa on 9/24/17. Credit: Shore Fire Media
  3. Reschedule, regroup, recharge: Ways to spend the weekend after Irma

    Features

    Well, it's safe to say some of your recent weekend plans got disrupted.

  4. 5 things under $5 Sept. 21-27: Snooty memorial, free Glazer Museum, actor Jackie Cruz, Talk Like a Pirate Day

    Events

    1 Remembering Snooty: This public memorial was postponed by Hurricane Irma, but on Sunday the community gets a chance to honor Snooty, the beloved 69-year-old manatee at Bradenton's South Florida Museum. The museum will be open to the public for free for a day of remembrance from noon to 5 p.m. 201 10th St. W, …

    7/15/2011 - Bradenton, FL - Snooty, the worlds oldest manatee on record, will celebrate his 63rd birthday on Saturday, at the South Florida Museum in Bradenton. Staff Photo by JIM HOCKETT
  5. 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' is exhausting, crass and too long

    Movies

    Kingsman: The Golden Circle is a tarnished sequel demolishing the original's balderdash charm in a torrent of tumble-dry camera moves, CGI slosh and Elton John f-bombs.

    Taron Egerton stars in Twentieth Century Fox's "Kingsman: The Golden Circle," also starring Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Channing Tatum, Mark Strong, Elton John, Halle Berry and Jeff Bridges. (Giles Keyte/20th Century Fox)