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 TAMPABAY.COM: June 30, 2000
Entertainment News, Reviews from the Times

Cover story
Red, white and you

Where will you celebrate the Fourth of July? Story

  • Your fireworks guide
    This brief guide tells you only when and where to go for the fireworks. Some times are a little vague, but that won't really matter, since you'll need to get there well before dark in order to find parking and a good spot to sit. Consult the main list for details.

On Screen
When last we left our heros...
"How Our Cartoon Heroes Come Back from the Brink of Obscurity," or, "If Boris is Badenov, Moose and Squirrel are Back for Good." Story

Perfect Storm 'Perfect Storm' imperfectly told
Special effects occasionally drown out the real-life story behind this tragic tempest.

'Perfect Storm': A better book or movie?
Perhaps its brutal finality is better comprehended on the page than on the screen.

Friday's headlines
Tampa company helps launch askoj.com

Competition heats up for Jazz Holiday billing

Seize The Day
Friday's best bet

Last show for the 28th Street Drive-In

Tonight marks the end of an era in St. Petersburg when the 28th Street Drive-In presents its last picture show.

On Stage
Calming the gag reflex
Neil Simon attempts a more serious comedy in his newest play, Proposals, at American Stage.

A musical dervish sets down at the Blossom Festival
Think you'd like to be a jet-setting symphony orchestra conductor? Here's Florida Orchestra music director Jahja Ling describing his recent itinerary, speaking from his sister's house in New Jersey on Monday morning:

Pop Beat
Those beautiful box sets
Want to watch a music lover salivate? Give her a compact disc box set by her favorite artist. Big, gorgeous box set collections are the pride and joy of music freaks, testament to their love of a particular act. A box set on the CD shelf is proof that we're willing to shell out the big bucks to get our greedy hands on anthologies and unreleased rarities.

Audio files
Significance is a noble goal in popular music, and, as dimwits throughout the music's history have proven, you had better have the smarts to carry it out, and you had better not let the urge to feed that mind overwhelm the impulse to jack that body.

Trace Adkins knows of which he sings
Heartbreak is no stranger to the up-and-coming country crooner, who performs at Raymond James Stadium Saturday night.

TimeOut
PrideFest celebrates with style
From concerts to theater performances to an expo, arena football and a picnic at the beach, PrideFest 2000 has it all. Did we mention the parade?

Web site we like
http://www.driveways.com

The Diner
Zazarac is off to a stylish start
The newly launched Outback cousin isn't just another link in the chain. It's a sophisticated relative from New Orleans that you'll look forward to visiting again and again.
food

Art Beat
A powerful pairing
DUO AT DUNEDIN -- Few Florida artists have attained the stature of Hiram Williams, retired University of Florida professor emeritus and member of the Florida Artists Hall of Fame. His powerful yet delicate works, from the collection of the LeMoyne Art Foundation, reflect his ongoing theme of human despair.

A message in their medium
The fourth "underCURRENT/overVIEW" show brings women's voices to the fore.


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