Tampa Bay Times : 2019-02-11

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2B | Monday, February 11, 2019 | Tampa Bay Times **** Entertainment. Talk. Culture. Today Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday This week’s birthdays Sheryl Crow Jennifer Aniston is 57. Michael McDonald Stockard Channing Jerry Springer Meg Tilly Rob Thomas is 59. is 47. Jane Seymour is LeVar Burton Ice-T Elizabeth Olsen is 62. Michael Jordan is 67. is 75. 68. is 56. is 61. is50. Arsenio Hall is 63. is Lynn Whitfield is Paris Hilton Ed Sheeran is 38. is 28. Danai Gurira is 41. 75. 66. Brandy is40. is30. Watch this By Chuck Barney, East Bay Times TODAY Studio 54,10 SERIES PREMIERE p.m., A&E: Documentary series recalls the heyday of the Manhattan nightclub and its fall. TUESDAY Boomerang, SERIES PREMIERE new comedy series from Lena Waithe and Halle Berry picks up roughly 25 years after the film of the same name. 10 p.m., BET: The Times Staff Writer Ticket deals are springing up all over for Florida residents to catch a break at Sunshine State theme parks, including a number of buy one, get one free options. It may feel awfully early to think about Halloween (seven months early, in fact) but for the first time, Universal is selling a buy one, get one offer on the 2019 Halloween Horror Nights. It is only available through June 5, but you get one night for regular price ($81.99) and then another for free, Saturdays not included. See universalorlando.com for details. SeaWorld’s Aquatica water park is running a $29.99 Valentine’s special with the option of adding $20 for allday dining. The offer ends Feb. 17 and you must visit by March 14. The normal online price is $39.99 and $65 with dining. See aquatica.com and click Valentine’s Day Special to purchase. SeaWorld also just announced a deal that throws in a free pass to Aquatica of you buy an Annual Pass at SeaWorld, which start at $131.88 per pass. Offer ends Feb. 18. In case you missed it, Busch Gardens is still running its special on its $104.99 Fun Card that gets you a Miracle SERIES PREMIERE Workers, 10:30 p.m., TBS: Can picture Steve Buscemi as God? This heavenly workplace comedy casts Daniel Radcliffe as a low-level angel responsible for handling all of humanity’s prayers. Unfortunately, his boss has pretty much checked out. you WEDNESDAY The Masked Singer, 9 p.m., Fox: Are you still riveted by this blast of TV weirdness? The remaining celebrity singers merge into one group and again perform anonymously. J.B. Smoove joins the fun. free Adventure Island water park pass, worth $59.99. The offer ends March 31. Note that block-out dates apply to both parks for some weeks of spring break and summer. And you can register online for a Preschool Card that gives kids 5 and younger a free ticket to the parks. Purchases can be made online at buschgardens.com. And Walt Disney World is still running its deal that lets Florida residents purchase a three-day Discover Disney ticket for $175, valid for admission to one theme park per day. You can also add a fourth day for $20. Tickets are valid through June 30 with no block-out dates. Tickets may be used on nonconsecutive days. To purchase, go to DisneyWorld.com/ DiscoverDisney. — through Feb. 23 at Woody Woodpecker’s KidZone at Universal Studios Florida. The naked Guy dances at the theme park with fully clothed trolls Branch and Poppy before turning his rear toward the crowd to shoot a cloud of sparkles. He is based on the popular character from the 2016 animated movie. In the film, Guy was voiced by actor Kunal Nayyar from THURSDAY The Top Greatest Valentine Movies of All Time, 8 p.m., The CW: Dean Cain hosts this Valetine special that features some of cinema’s best love stories, including Trolls Sleepless in Seattle, Love Actually The Notebook. and The Big Bang FRIDAY Theory. Social media, as expected, has some thoughts. Reactions ranged from the “best meet and greet ever” to @KarenWhyte on Twitter saying the sight squashed any desire to visit again, because “there is no way you’re getting a dime of my family’s hard-earned money if you think a naked glitter-farting-Troll roaming about is acceptable.” Proven SERIES PREMIERE Innocent, The new legal drama follows a law firm led by Madeline Scott (Rachelle Lefevre) who, at 18, was wrongfully convicted of murder. Now, she works alongside the lawyer (Russell Hornsby) who helped set her free. Meanwhile, her arch rival is a prosecutor (Kelsey Grammer) who still believes in her guilt. 9 p.m., Fox: Trolls Sparkling attraction Orlando, the character turns his well-defined bare bottom toward guests and fires off a plume of glitter from his rear. Visitors can see the characters six times a day — 10 a.m., 11:05 a.m., 12:15 p.m., 1:55 p.m., 3:05 p.m. and 4:15 p.m. Like a living disco ball, the Guy Diamond character from the Dreamworks movie sheds glitter when he dances. And in the new meet and greet of Troll dolls at Universal Trolls Trolls Q&A > Customer info What does this merger mean for me? For now, the banks say, continue to bank as normal. The changeover will take place toward the end of 2019, assuming that regulators and shareholders approve the merger. Once that happens, the banks plan to reach out directly to customers about any steps they will need to take. Will I have new account numbers? Details on that are expected to come closer to when the deal is finalized. Meanwhile, consumers can check https://thepremierfinancialinstitution.com/ for updates. What will happen to my branch? About a quarter of the banks’ branches are within 2 miles of each other, giving SunTrust and BB&T the highest degree of branch overlap of any two banks with $50 billion to $500 billion in assets. So some branches will close, executives say, and that will save the combined bank money. Still, the banks say they’re committed to being “active members of our communities, and local branches will continue to play a key role in the combined company.” Executives say any changes won’t take place until after the merger closes. “We have to be very careful about closing branches,” King said. “Clients are very sensitive. They love technology, but they still love their branches. So we’ll be very careful and methodical about that.” severe weather alerts Download the tbo weather app

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