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The Weeknd gets STD from gator bite

Super Bowl Halftime-performer The Weeknd has contracted Hepatitis B after getting bit by an alligator on the Summer Heights Golf course in Pinellas. The singer, who had decided to spend an extra week in the city after doing so well in the Super Bowl, was invited to go play golf by a man who dances…

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BUCS! booked for Ruth Eckerd Hall

Bucs Live at Ruth Eckerd

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed an agreement to adapt their 2020 season into a multi-media musical theatre presentation to be performed at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater. “We’re so excited to bring the spectacular magic and pageantry of this incredible Tampa Bay Buccaneers football season to the stage”, said Bobby Rossi, CPO/Executive Vice President…

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St. Pete improv troupe welcomes new member

Improv Troupe

The Sketch Fetchers, one of St. Petersburg’s less reviled and therefor most popular improv comedy troupes has added a new cast member. Derek Flivers, the troupe’s leader made the introduction at their “Comedy Improv Throwdown Blast Jam” show Friday night. “Everybody, please welcome our latest addition, Elizabeth from Knoxville!”, said the group’s leader. The audience,…

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Cuties to play at Tampa Theatre

Cuties at Tampa Theatre

In a controversial move, the Tampa theatre will be showing the movie “Cuties” A film that has sparked international outrage over the sexualization of young girls. “We just wanted to remind people that we still existed” said Tampa theatre Head of content Curation Moe V. “Ever since Covid we haven’t been able to show films…

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City of Tampa sells “Back The Blue” street mural

The highly controversial, pro-police, illegally painted “Back The Blue” street mural has been sold to a wealthy French art collector. Jean-Pierre Malbec delivered a personal check for $14 million to Mayor Jane Castor late yesterday afternoon. “Please, please, please. My friends call me JP”, he said, introducing himself to local media at a press conference…

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Art critic offers unsolicited appraisal

Tampa’s Doug Festel, an amateur critic who specializes in unsolicited criticism and appraisals has placed a monetary value on a piece of contemporary art on display at the Three Coins Diner on North Nebraska Avenue.  “It’s worth exactly $5.31”, he declares.  “See, there’s a quarter, a nickel and a penny glued to it”, he explains…

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Mayor Kriseman announces statue initiative in St. Pete

At a press conference in the ballroom of the the St. Petersburg Hyatt, mayor Rick Kriseman announced a bold and comprehensive new plan to address the recent trend of statues of historical figures being toppled, associated with demonstrations of civil unrest taking place across the country. “Legos”, he said. “Thanks for coming.” As he started…

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Local filmmaker wishes his latest masterpiece was Korean


A Tampa Bay artist who goes by the name ‘Qliquebait’ (“It’s ironic, get it? You probably don’t get it”, he says) is regretting that his latest short film is not Korean. “This Korean director has stolen my thunder”, he says. “Anybody can make the next Harry Potters, superficial feel-good movies designed to please the sheep…

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