Pokemon: Symphonic Evolutions

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Dr. Phillips Center presents Pokemon: Symphonic Evolutions produced by Princeton Entertainment

Back by popular demand!
Public On-Sale: 12 p.m., Friday, June 10, 2016
Dr. Phillips Center Members get Pre-Sale Access.

Show date: Sunday, April 30, 2017
Show times: 2 p.m.
Tickets start at $26.00
Walt Disney Theater


Brought to life by the Orlando Philharmonic performing all new arrangements and carefully-timed visuals from new and classic Pokémon video games, Pokémon: Symphonic has become the must-see video game concert, giving fans and newcomers of all ages a chance to experience the evolution of the Pokémon franchise like never before, while specifically providing a great introduction to the symphonic world for children and adults alike. Don’t’ miss this family-fun event.

“Young or old, your Poké journey begins and it’s glorious! Go experience this one-in-a-lifetime event.” – iDigital Times

“Diehard fans will relish in seeing their beloved childhood memories played out in front of them.” – Game Music Online

“It’s something purely magical that you just need to experience firsthand.” – Hardcore Gamer

Life in prison for man who murdered Tampa drag performer

By : Jeremy Williams
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Tampa – Deandre Tolliver was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of well-known Hamburger Mary’s drag performer Anthony Lee at the Hillsborough County Circuit Court July 22.

Tolliver chose not to speak after Judge Kimberly Fernandez delivered the sentence.

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MC Film Festival closing shop after 26 years

By : Greg Stemm
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Tampa – Talking to Carrie West about the impending closure of the MC Film Festival, the venerable shop he started with Mark Bias, his partner of 38 years, is like taking a 26-year walk though the history of the Tampa Bay LGBT community.

The shop in Ybor City at the corner of 8th Avenue and 15th Street is set to close soon.

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Egypt acquits 26 men arrested in gay bathhouse raid

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CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian court on Jan. 12 acquitted 26 men arrested in a televised raid last month by police looking for gays at a Cairo public bathhouse, a ruling that set off deafening cheers and jubilation inside the courtroom as some of the defendants uncovered their faces and wept openly in relief.

Others, however, kept their faces hidden behind jacket hoods and scarves, still traumatized by the humiliation they and their families had endured during the highly publicized case, which caught the public’s attention after a pro-government TV network aired scenes of half-naked men being pulled from the bathhouse by police during the Dec. 7 raid.

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