Spring Training is in full swing, and that means that baseball fans are descending upon our Gulf shores to watch their favorite players pitch and hit. There are the big celebrity athletes (like Derek Jeter) competing against no names, who are hoping to make it to the Big
Although it is still a month off, preparations are underway for the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. The prestigious IndyCar race will zip by our city’s landmarks (such as the Dali museum, Progress Energy Center for the Arts and Albert Whitted Airport) at breakneck speed from March
Jon Secada and Valentine’s Day go together like Lindsay Lohan and vodka. Joking aside, this romantic pairing is taking place tomorrow night in Sarasota from the Chill Lounge group. If you’ve never experienced one of the Chill Lounge events, you are in for a treat. Imagine chic patio
She’s one of HSN’s top sellers. And a sexy comedian to boot. Welcome to Rhonda Shear’s world, where being fabulous means taking advantage of your curves and your cackles. The bra entrepreneur actually began her career as a beauty queen and hostess of USA’s Up All Night show.
As I drove up to the Jaguar ALIVE Driving Experience at Derby Lane in my Prius, I had a momentary twinge of anxiety. I had never been on a racetrack, never owned a performance car, rarely driven fast. In high school, I was the one in the backseat
Out of respect for our great national holiday the Super Bowl, no events in the five-pack take place on Sunday. Louder Than Ever Before iPad Concert, Friday at the USF Concert Hall, Tampa Campus — I doubt words can do this one justice. Five guys from the USF School
Here’s some good news, smart news and odd news from the local music scene: Bill Edwards, whose company runs the Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg, has done away with service charges on tickets at the venue. That includes ones purchased at the box office, online or by phone.
The first thing I would say by way of describing Tony Rifugiato is that for someone of such smallish physical stature—he’s a fit 5-foot-4—the man has a big presence. The London native has wavy hair, flecked liberally with gray, and a ruggedly handsome face that melds the England
When I first heard yesterday morning that a guy was going to walk a tightrope across U.S. 41—180 feet up, 500 feet across—in Sarasota, I almost drove down to check it out. It’s a nice day, I thought, I could sing along to Leon Russell’s “Up On a