From Sept. 19 through Nov. 10, take your taste buds on a trip around the world to sample tapas-sized treats, learn culinary secrets and sip exotic beverages while touring World Showcase. Other events include Food and Wine pairing dinners, Wine "Schools'', the Eat to the Beat Concert series …
Today's Eat to the Beat concert features Rick Springfield.
Take a 90 minute, wheelchair-accessible, behind-the-scenes tour of the home of the Tampa Bay Rays. See the Rays' dugout, Press Box, Touch Tank, 162 Landing, the Hitters Hall of Fame and more. Still and video cameras welcome.
Price: $9, $8 ages 65 and older, $7 ages 3-14, 2 and younger free.
Cigar City turns the tasting room into a semi-traditional bier hall with 10 German style beers on tap and a limited supply of 1-liter Oktoberfest steins. Closes at 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 1 a.m. Friday through Saturday.
Price: No cover.
This networking series open to artists, performers and cultural organizations of all types will begin with a tour through participating Pinellas County art venue followed by a trip to the Dunedin Brewery for drinks and conversation. Guests are invited to bring business cards or event flyers to s …
A photography exhibition by Jennifer Greenwell and Chris Otten that intersects everyday life with the unusual. Greenwell takes an investigate approach to her pieces, while Otten lends a sense of nostalgia. Through October 9.
Passport to Argentina pairs wines with appetizers provided by Chef Ghada Jadallah, with a presentation on cruising to Argentina with Celebrity Cruise Line. Must be 21 or older. Limited seating, registration required. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Featuring dazzling tap dancing, love at first sight and a belly-full of laughs, this musical extravaganza is a celebration of the golden age of movie musicals. Two actors from Hometown, U.S.A. head to Broadway and become smash hits on the deck of a battleship that just happens to be passin …
This year's festival includes numerous feature length films and shorts that explore the love, lust and partnerships in the gay and lesbian lifestyles.
The second of two festival kick-off weeks features a screening of The Dog, an intimate portrait of John Wojtowicz, the inspiration behind Al Pacino's character in Dog Day Afternoon. $12.
Price: $12 single-film passes; multi-film passes $60-$500.
Learn how to create craft style cocktails from martinis to mules, at autumn-inspired, four course dinner that includes veal chop with 'drunk' fruit chutney, ribeye filet, fig sorbet with rum reduction. Limited seating, call to reserve.
Price: $100 general admission, $95 for VIP members.
In 1944 Brooklyn, two Jewish boys grow up five blocks and a world apart until Reuven and Danny play a heated game of baseball between rival yeshivas … and one is badly hurt. Through Sept. 28.