Surprises are in store for visitors to Fairgrounds St. Pete, an immersive art experience opening soon in a 1,500-sq-ft. building on the outskirts of the Warehouse Arts District.
If your Christmas weekend usually includes a trip to the movies, you’re in luck this year — and you might not even have to leave the house.
The holidays are in full spin, including the opening of a major new arts center in St. Pete, live music at Ruth Eckerd and lots more. The Factory First Look […]
This season, with its Mount Crumpit-size challenges and uncertainty, could be a catalyst for a new kind of celebration
Last weekend the AMC and Regal chains re-opened some of their theaters, but judging from responses I saw on Facebook, folks were none too eager to rush in. But if […]
It’s tough right now for any of us to plan for the future, and that’s painfully true for the artists and arts organizations our area is known for. Performances cancelled […]
On the second floor balcony, there’s a man at his piano. He croons “Moon River” in a breathy baritone while accompanying himself on the keyboard. The sun is setting. People […]
In the middle of March, Michael Rubin began to realize how bad the COVID-19 situation was getting and decided he needed to do something. As fate would have it, that same […]
As our isolation continues, we’re using our devices more and more. And maybe they’re not giving us all that we want. We called our friend Rick Shook, owner of Rick’s […]
My amp died. Technically it was a Marantz SR5005 A/V Receiver. The black box had reliably driven my SurroundSound and audio systems for more than 10 years, so I couldn’t […]