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As museums throughout the region open their doors for free on Saturday, we want to know what you think about the area’s cultural scene.
Censorship is alive and well, as highlighted by Banned Books Week—and you might be surprised by who the most vocal challengers of books are.
We asked and you answered about the cultural scene in the Bay area.
Concerts will be held Oct. 11 and Oct. 14. Both performances will feature music from around the world.
Whether you love caped crusaders or just like stories told with pretty pictures, be sure to geek out with your favorite comics on this holiday.
Some very good causes happening around town this weekend. They need you!
Business, Arts, Breast Cancer Awareness
The fall season kicks off Sept. 21 with Oscar-winning film.
Volunteers in the News, Business, Sports, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
The multi-day ecotourism focused festival brings visitors to West Pasco parks and attractions.
The free movie series returns next week with "Hugo."
Lawrence Feeney is raising money online to make a film. Half the films's profits would be donated to civic groups in the New Port Richey area.
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