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Tampa Bay Times from St. Petersburg, Florida · B2

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Tuesday, November 27, 2018
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2B | Tuesday, November 27, 2018 | Tampa Bay Times **** MovieBingo: ForGiving Tuesday, theTampaTheatre hostsanightofmovie- themedbingo forprizes. Playasmanygamesasyou want.$5perbingocard.5-7 p.m.TampaTheatre, 711N FranklinSt.Formore local charities raisingmoney today, search thehashtag #GivingTuesday. $10Tuesdays: Themuseum isopen fromuntil 8p.m. everyTuesday, featuring$10 admissionall day.Todayat 6p.m.,GabrielleVail, profes- sorofanthropologyand indigenousstudies,discuss- esworks in thecollection that reflectNativeAmerican culturesand the importance of landscapeand thesky world increatingnarratives. Includedwithadmission. JamesMuseumofWestern andWildlifeArt,150Central Ave.,St.Petersburg.$10. (727)892-4200. MinusTheBear: Indie rock bandconsistingofcurrent and formermembersof Botch,Kill SadieandSharks KeepMovingwill perform.7 p.m.,RitzYbor,1503ESev- enthAve., Tampa.$25-$35 balcony. (813)247-2555. TampaBayLightning:vs. Anaheim: The five-game homestandseriescontinues with theDucks.7:30p.m., AmalieArena,401Chan- nelsideDrive,Tampa.Ticket pricesvarybygame. (813) 301-6600. USFSymphonicBand:On TheNatureOfLight: Acol- lectionofmusicalpieces exploring thewayweexperi- enceandperceive light. 7:30 p.m.USFConcertHall, 4202 E.FowlerAvenue,Tampa. $10-$15. MORETO EXPLORE Finddatenight ideasat tampabay.com/things- to-do. to Things Entertainment. Talk. Culture. Þ If you tell your fans tobe thinner, youdon’t loveyour fans.Youdon’t givea s--- about themor theirmentalhealthor selfworth. @JameelaJamil, speakingagainst celebritydiets. ÞMyfavorite! Youposted this topunish me forbeingon the road,didn’t you. @JohnLegend, responding toChrissyTeigen’s picofChickenPotPieStew. DVDS AVAILABLE THIS WEEK Searching (102minutes,PG-13):A father (JohnCho)combs throughhis missing teenagedaughter’s laptop fordigital clues toherdisappearance in this tale toldcompletelyviadevice screens. TheLittleStranger (111minutes,R): In1947,acountrydoctor (Domhnall Gleeson) iscalled to thehomeofa wealthy familywherehismotheronce workedanddiscoversa terrifyingcon- nection tohisown life. UPCOMING RELEASES Dec.4:TheHappytimeMurders,Mis- sion: Impossible—Fallout,Operation Finale,TheMiseducationofCameron Post,GodBless theBrokenRoad, PopeFrancis:AManofHisWord,The Nun Dec.11:Colette,TheEqualizer2,Pep- permint,Smallfoot,Unbroken:Path to Redemption Dec.18:Venom,TheHouseWitha Clock in ItsWalls,ASimpleFavor, The Predator, Life Itself,Assassination Nation, LittleWomen Dec.25:WhiteBoyRick New this week BOOKS NEW RELEASES Kingdomof theBlindby LouisePenny Trump’sEnemiesby CoreyR.Lewandowski TomClancyOathof OfficebyMarcCam- eron TheKingofStingby CoyotePeterson DestinyGrimoire Anthology,Vol IbyBun- gie Inc. MUSIC AVAILABLE THIS WEEK AlessiaCara,ThePains ofGrowing MeekMill,Champion- ships EarlSweatshirt,Some RapSongs JeffTweedy,WARM The1975,ABrief Inquiry IntoOnlineRelation- ships BY LIBBY HILL Los Angeles Times (TNS) I n news that only 2018 could provide, JerrySpringer has landed a new television gig,this time as a fake judge. Judge Jerry, starring the part-time Sara- sota resident and Florida man, is scheduled to debut in national syndication in fall 2019 and has already been sold to 75 percent of the United States via major station groups, according to the announcement made by NBCUniversal Television Distribution on Monday. “Judge Jerry will merge Jerry’s talent for connecting with people, his incredibly relat- able and funny personality and his legal train- ing and governing experience to bring view- ers a more entertaining court show,” Tracie Wilson, executive vice president of creative affairs at NBCUniversal TV, said in a state- ment. “We are so happy to continue our fantastic partnership with Jerry, who is a proven TV icon with a dedicated and broad fan base,” she con- tinued. Before he became synonymous with chair- throwing and animal weddings courtesy of The Jerry Springer Show, Springer was a practicing lawyer formore than 15 years. The eventual TV host then served five terms on the Cincinnati City Council— despite an inci- dent involving paying for sexual services via check—before being electedmayor. The Jerry Springer Show ceased production earlier this year after 27 seasons. “For the first time in my life, I am going to be called honorable,” said Springer in Monday’s statement. “My career is coming full circle and I finally get to put my law degree to use after all these years.” Who better, really, to decide whether you or your ex-boyfriend really owns your dog? Get ready for ‘JudgeJerry’ Jerry Springer will join the illustrious ranks of fake TV judges. RICHARD DREW | Associated Press (2010) MSNBC’s Joe andMika are officially wed JoeScarboroughandMikaBrzezinskiof MSNBC’sMorningJoearenowco-hostsand spouses. Thenetworksays thecouplewedSaturday inasmall ceremonyattendedby familyand friends inWashington. They tied theknotat theNationalArchives withU.S.Rep.ElijahCummingsofMaryland officiating. ScarboroughandBrzezinskiannounced theirengagement inMay 2017.Theydon’t talka lotabout theirpersonal relationshiponairbut have relaxedabout it over time. InaSeptember talk inNewYork forherbookKnowYourValue, Brzezinski teased that theweddingwascomingupand that itwas “going tobeawesome.”This isScarborough’s thirdmarriageand Brzezinski’s second.VanityFairwas first to report thewedding. Associated Press The Juice

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