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Explore St. Petersburg’s vibrant arts and culture scene with Helium Radio. Discover renowned organizations like the American Stage Theatre Company, The Duncan McClellan Experience, and The Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum. Stay updated with St. Pete Life Magazine’s insights into local talent and events.

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American Stage: Story Tellers Past, Present and Future

>> Article originally published in St. Pete Life Magazine << As many of us who call St. Petersburg home know, American Stage Theatre Company is a crown jewel of performing arts right here in the heart of our city. Since 1977, American Stage has been producing both classic and cutting-edge theatre to the delight of its patrons and season subscribers, including the wildly popular “American  Stage in the Park”. Here […]

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The Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum — Art. Soul. Community.

>> Article originally published in St. Pete Life Magazine << When you first walk into the Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum (also referred to as the Woodson), you will always be met with the smell of simmering potpourri. It never fails, and I personally feel a sort of reassurance knowing there are some things you can just count on. It’s a small yet memorable thing that not only […]

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Webb’s City: The Musical — A Nostalgic Celebration of St. Pete’s Eclectic History

>> Article originally published in St. Pete Life Magazine << Dancing chickens? Mermaids swimming in a tank by the gift shop? Maybe you’d like a haircut and a shoe shine while having your prescriptions filled and new tires put on your car. Oh, and don’t forget the toothpaste and some socks. Sounds like the ultimate retail/entertainment fever dream, but as Dorothy would say about Oz, “It was a really truly […]

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“Can I Get a Witness” — Herb Snitzer’s Life of Activism

>> Article originally published in St. Pete Life Magazine << The history of Jazz and the history of civil rights in the United States are undeniably and profoundly intertwined. The images caught on film by iconic photographer Herb Snitzer, over a six-decade career, is sublime proof of this premise. Snitzer and his wife, artist Carol Dameron call St. Pete home, but their lives and careers have spanned the world, giving […]

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The Duncan McClellan Experience – “More Than a Gallery” – Made in St. Pete

>> Article originally published in St. Pete Life Magazine << Artist, teacher, mentor, philanthropist – All these and more, are adjectives that describe prolific artist and community advocate, Duncan McClellan. His three-decade body of work has become synonymous with excellence and beauty, coveted by collectors around the world. The Duncan McClellan Gallery, operating and ever expanding since 2009, has become the must-see destination of all who come to explore the […]

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Hearts in the Arts

>> Article originally published in St Pete Life Magazine << As Valentine’s Day approaches, it’s only natural for our thoughts to wander into romantic territory. Of course, love and romance mean different things to different people. It could involve commemorating a wedding, first date or first kiss. It could be a celebration of love for family, children, or close friends. Perhaps it could be love on a much grander scale […]

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