TAMPABAY.COM: May 26, 2000
Entertainment News, Reviews from the Times
Call me a traditionalist. Movie critics have been called much worse. Story
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Even when Time Code gets on your nerves, it is obvious that director Mike Figgis is accomplishing something special.
The star proves his appeal in Shanghai Noon, a cheeky Eastern-Western. Story
Movies on the Edge
Run-D.M.C., Sir Mix-a-Lot and Tone Loc helped rap and hip-hop get heard over the airwaves.
White Springs' annual festival is growing and improving. This year's lineup includes a tribute to Diamond Teeth Mary.
Loverboy working this weekend
Their 1980s hit Working for the Weekend is still a radio anthem every time Friday 5 p.m. rolls around. Saturday the Canadian band Loverboy plays after the Mutiny Kansas City Wizards game at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The match starts at 4:30 p.m.
Sizzling hot sounds
This weekend is hot, hot, hot for Tampa Bay area musicians, with benefits, tributes and a long-lost act returning home. The time is right to check out fine local acts.
Summer festival season moves into high gear
The summer music festival season gets under way early in Florida with the 36th annual edition of the Sarasota Music Festival. More than 80 student musicians arrive this weekend to begin rehearsals, and the first concert is on Thursday.
Great depth of spirit
Three artists contribute to a provocative show of figurative paintings at the Arts Center.
Celebrating women in the arts
From the art beat
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Surfing . . .
Masaryktown Festival basks in the sun
As the summer sun turns up the heat, area outdoor weekend activities are slowly becoming scarce, but there are places where you can still brave the sun and be entertained.
Italian gimmickry, garlic and goombahs
Get past the chain restaurant's theme, and you'll find surprisingly high-quality food.
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