Saturday, November 17, 2018

Arts

What’s happening in art: Pop art at the James Museum, Japanese woodblock prints at the Ringling

What’s happening in art: Pop art at the James Museum, Japanese woodblock prints at the Ringling

James Michaels gets a solo exhibition at the James Museum. Candace Knapp paintings reveal inspiration from nature. A woodblock print exhibit at the Ringling Museum teaches a history lesson.
Published: 11/14/18
Tampa Bay comic book artists and fans react to Stan Lee’s death

Tampa Bay comic book artists and fans react to Stan Lee’s death

Tampa Bay is home to comic book industry professionals and fans — even a superhero — who were impacted by the Marvel icon and his work.
Published: 11/14/18
Joggers, cyclists now wait to see where future of Upper Tampa Bay Trail leads

Joggers, cyclists now wait to see where future of Upper Tampa Bay Trail leads

Hillsborough commissioners are not recommending a realignment of the Upper Tampa Bay Trail to make room for a 300-unit apartment block. But whether trail users can claim victory is unsure.
Published: 11/13/18
Travis Scott postpones his sold-out show tonight at Amalie Arena

Travis Scott postpones his sold-out show tonight at Amalie Arena

Scott was scheduled to bring his Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour to Amalie Arena Monday. His management emailed the Times Monday afternoon.
Published: 11/12/18
Fluid Expressions, a new Tampa theater, debuts with Suzan-Lori Parks’ Topdog/Underdog

Fluid Expressions, a new Tampa theater, debuts with Suzan-Lori Parks’ Topdog/Underdog

The Pulitzer-winning play zeroes in on brothers named Lincoln and Booth. And a theater created by and for minorities gets off to a strong start.
Published: 11/12/18
Owner of The Brunchery in Valrico is bidding farewell to her 30-year labor of love

Owner of The Brunchery in Valrico is bidding farewell to her 30-year labor of love

VALRICO — On Tuesday, her first official day of retirement, Brunchery owner Kevyn Farley takes a seat in the restaurant she’s owned and operated for 30 1/2 years and the community connection she has established immediately becomes evide...
Published: 11/07/18
Updated: 11/12/18
Never before exhibited works from acclaimed Cuban artist Pedro Pablo Oliva on display at UT

Never before exhibited works from acclaimed Cuban artist Pedro Pablo Oliva on display at UT

TAMPA — Many never before exhibited works from a contemporary Cuban artist are on display at the University of Tampa’s Scarfone/Hartley Gallery.Pedro Pablo Oliva is an acclaimed artist residing in Cuba. Active since the 1960s, his work is a favorite ...
Published: 11/08/18
Kate Helms explores climate change, Mize goes mod and an art flip at the Studio@620

Kate Helms explores climate change, Mize goes mod and an art flip at the [email protected]

Artist Kate Helms’ installation of Victorian furniture encrusted with barnacles is a sobering visual of the effects of rising tides. At Mize, artists interpret the mod subculture of London on the 1960s, and the [email protected] has gently used artwork for sale.
Published: 11/07/18
Live music picks: Travis Scott, R. Kelly, Brian Wilson, Christina Aguilera, more

Live music picks: Travis Scott, R. Kelly, Brian Wilson, Christina Aguilera, more

Travis Scott launches 'Astroworld,' Brian Wilson retires 'Pet Sounds' and R. Kelly faces protests at USF. Plus: Christina Aguilera, Simple Minds, Tanya Tucker, Joe Diffie, (Sandy) Alex G and more.
Published: 11/07/18
What’s on stage this week: ‘Topdog/Underdog,’ and memories of the Holocaust

What’s on stage this week: ‘Topdog/Underdog,’ and memories of the Holocaust

Fluid Expressions wants to make theater more accessible to minority actors and audiences. The Florida Orchestra remembers Krystallnacht.
Published: 11/07/18
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