The Bradenton Blues Festival spreads out along the town's scenic Riverwalk, and headliners offer a healthy mix of traditional and contemporary sounds. Highlights include right-as-rain singer guitarist Johnny Rawls (pictured), saxophonist Eddie Shaw and the Wolfgang; Trampled Under Foot, an up-and-coming sibling act led by Danielle, Kris and Nick Schnebelen; and powerhouse vocalist Shemekia Copeland.
Brought to you by The Fashion Movement, Bow Ties and Clutches makes its return to the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts after its triumphant debut last year — and not to mention earning itself a Creative Loafing Best of the Bay award.
Talk about a win-win, right?
Oftentimes we hear about all the children around the world who need help, but what about the children who need our help in our very own back yard?
Since 2003, Clothes to Kids has provided more than 80,000 wardrobes to low-income and in crisis school-age children, all free of charge. More than 53,000 students in Pinellas County qualify for free or reduced price lunch and these are the kids that can “shop” at Clothes to Kids. A complete wardrobe consists of five new pairs of underwear, five new pairs of socks, five tops four bottoms, a pair of shoes and fun accessories as available.
Since Jack Skellington sauntered on the big screen, Halloween and Christmas have been morphing into one big long scary shopping season.
Here's a nifty fashion version of such a Franken-holiday beastie.
Designer and CL 25 Under 25 honoree Dolly Donshey has rallied her Monstruosite team to put on a fun and unique holiday sample sale and trunk show at Don Me Now — Styling and Clothing Lounge l in Hyde Park Village today.
The seventh annual Halloween-themed event — which, as you guessed, combines Woodstock and Halloween themes — presents Captain Cannabis, an activist superhero, at 7 p.m. to educate attendees about the petition process for the Medical Marijuana legislation slated for the 2014 election and give interested registered voters the opportunity to sign the petition.