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 TAMPABAY.COM: May 19, 2000
Entertainment News, Reviews from the Times

Cover story
Riding the Heatwave
[Times art: Jeff Goertzen]
The diverse sounds of a couple dozen bands gather Saturday night for "The Best Party In Town" -- Tropical Heatwave Story

Today's headlines

  • DJ draws in listeners for daily fake out
    For all you folks who only listen to Glenn Beck's WFLA-FM 970 radio show after 5 p.m., the joke is on you.
  • Thirteen new series in works for fall TV season on Fox, UPN
    In sports, they call it a rebuilding year.
  • Performing arts center plans busy new season
    Mark your calendar for March 2001, as Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center presents the world premiere of an opera written by famed conductor Anton Coppola.

    On Screen
    Dinosaur' is no 'Lion King'

    The visuals are stunning, but the talking dinosaurs don't say much that speaks to a 21st century audience. Story

    'Small Time Crooks' is vintage Woody
    Writer-director Woody Allen returns to the caper comedy in his latest movie, a tepid effort that's likely to please his fans but won't draw any new ones.

    [Photo: DreamWorks]

    photo
    Tracey Ullman and Woody Allen star in Small Time Crooks.

    Dishing with the directors
    Thanks to Emery's interviews and subsequent books arising from then, fans can rest assured that most words from, say a Martin Scorsese, will not be lost to posterity.

    Movies on the Edge
    From the edge

    Pop Beat
    'N Sync: 'They are what music is about'
    'N Sync has fans galore. Here's what two of them have to say.

    Still a wild and crazy guy
    Comic Bobcat Goldthwait has built his career on spontaneity. It seems to have worked.

    Stereolab conducts an interesting experiment
    Critically lauded British band Stereolab brings its gorgeous experimental electronic music to the State Theater, 687 Central Ave. in St. Petersburg, at 8 p.m. Thursday.

    Pop shorts
    The music fill flow

    On Stage
    She's having a ball playing the 'fool'
    Ann Morrison and company take to the stage tonight in Twelfth Night Fever.

    Mozart's 'Requiem,' true to form
    Larry Kent is conducting Mozart's Requiem the way the work might have been heard when it was composed at the end of the 18th century.

    Art Beat
    Printmakers line up to exhibit
    The exacting art of printmaking brings together artists for whom a single line can hold a message.
     printmaking

    Refreshing showers of modern art
    For years I've been griping that we don't get enough good shows of contemporary art in the bay area.

    TimeOut
    'So Mote It Be'
    As pop culture embraces more positive roles of witches, area Wiccans see their numbers growing. And each year, the coven from the Tampa Unitarian Universalist Church shares its ways with the public during the Full Moon Circle Mayfest.

    Put on your armor and live history
    Experience what it was like way, way back when at the Medieval Living History event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday in Largo Central Park, at East Bay and Seminole Boulevard.

    Web site we like
    Surfin'

    Audio Files
    Classical audio file
    Frankly A Cappella: The Persuasions Sing Zappa (Earthbeat) -- The Persuasions and Frank Zappa?


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