Food and Wine Tasting, Art Exhibit
and Silent Auction Saturday, Feb. 6, 2010
Enjoy the best of small vineyard wines from around the world, delicious foods and desserts and silent auction. Plus a fine art exhibit and sale of specially selected works of renowned local artists, all in support of Suncoast Hospice and King of Peace Metropolitan Community Church (MCC).
Individual tickets $35.
Wine and Artist’s Dinner Friday, Feb.5, 2010
Guests at the Wine, Art and Heart Wine and Artist’s Dinner will enjoy specially selected wines, a catered 5-course meal and engaging conversation with local artists. This event grows in popularity each year! At the Gathering Place in Suncoast Hospice, St. Petersburg, Florida.
From Rocky the Bull stomping out a giant cigarette to high school students finding out what they might look like twenty years from now if they smoked, USF Health rolled out all the stops at a recent event formally banning smoking on its part of the Tampa campus. This week’s University Beat on WUSF-TV has more on the decision and how it came about.
On the radio
While USF doesn’t have a film school, it has about one hundred students in the “University Film and Video Association.” That group is now raising money so some of them can go to the Sundance Film Festival next month. This week’s University Beat on WUSF 89.7 FM takes a look at the future Fellini’s.
WHO: RICHARD SMITH & JULIE ADAMS
with GLEN HINES opening
WHEN: Friday Jan 29, 2010 TIME: 8:00 pm
COST: $15 at the Door --- $12 Advance
INFO: 813- 988-8188 www.uutampa.org (click on concerts)
WHERE: Unitarian Universalist Church of Tampa (UU Dome)
11400 Morris Bridge Rd, Tampa, FL 33636
Meet a man who joined the circus as a teen, another who was part of Tampa’s first day of integrated dining in the 1960s, and a woman whose family went to meetings and picnics in Ybor City supporting the Spanish Republic during that country’s civil war. This week on Florida Matters, we’ll visit with the past through excerpts of oral histories from the Bay area. And we’ll talk about why these recordings -- and ones that you can make with your family -- matter.
Young father Joel can't afford to buy his five-year-old daughter the bicycle she's expecting from Santa Claus, creating a crisis of confidence for him in his role as a father, husband and family breadwinner. In this uplifting holiday movie, a family learns that a happy Christmas doesn't depend on material gifts.