1. Industrial metal makers Ministry brings their supposed final tour (inanely dubbed âC U LaTouRâ) to Jannus Landing tonight.
2. Two old broads find love and a new lease on life in Bermuda Avenue Triangle; the national tour stops at Ruth Eckerd Hall for an afternoon and evening show.
3. CLIP Film Series presents a screening of The World Unseen at Muvico Baywalk in St. Petersburg.
4. Amani Africa President Gasana Mutesi talks about her experiences â growing up in a Rwandan refugee camp, losing both her parents to the genocide at age 16, raising her five siblings while attending college and becoming the youngest and most influential human rights activist in the region, and heading up Amani Africa, a grassroots sustainable peace organization that focuses on the children and youths of Central Africaâs post-conflict communities. This presentation at the Studio at 620 precedes two upcoming Amani Africa fundraisers in Tampa.
5. A collection of dresses owned by the late Princess Diana are paired with related films and displays in Dresses for Humanity II at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. The 10-day exhibition opens today.