Do It Today: Queer Eye's Carson Kressley hosts Fashion Funds the Cure, Sherwood onstage at Crowbar and more

Bucs, Lightning and Rays athletes. Spend your Tuesday night noshing on haute cuisine from The Palm, Fleming's, The Melting Pot and more while you rub elbows with the stars -- all for a good cause. Visit fastercure.org for more info. 6-9 p.m. Tues., March 9, Saks Fifth Avenue, 258 Westshore Plaza, Tampa, $100.


Myspace Records signed Sherwood in 2006 after the popularity and multi-plays of their ’05 debut, Sing, But Keep Going. The band cites influences ranging from Jimmy Eat World to Beach Boys, their music an upbeat blend of alt rock riffs and power pop melodies. Black Gold and Hot Chelle Rae open; visit crowbarlive.com for more info. 7 p.m. Tues., March 9, Crowbar, Ybor City, $10-$12. -- Leilani Polk


The Fanfare Concert Winds 65-piece ensemble offers a free performance on HCC Ybor's main stage tonight that showcases a sampling of their repertoire, from classic to modern. Selections include Robert H. Pearson's "Repercussion," Gioacchino Rossini's William Tell Overture, Igor Stravinsky's Berceuse & Finale and more. Visit fanfareconcertwinds.org for more info. 7:30 p.m. Tues., March 9, HCC Ybor Mainstage Theater, Performing Arts Building, Tampa.

You might have thought Ted Allen was the last Queer Eye standing, and that the rest of the flamboyant team had faded into the rum-soaked pages of reality TV history. Well, you'd be wrong. Everyone's fave blonde bombshell, Carson Kressley, former Queer Eye guy and now host of Lifetime's How to Look Good Naked, hosts tonight's Fashion Funds the Cure fundraiser for pediatric cancer research. Models — some professionals, some cancer survivors themselves — storm the runway in spring's latest styles; there's also a silent auction with the usual array of vacation packages, restaurant certificates and memoribilia, and more celeb appearances by

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