Archive for March, 2002

03/1/2002

Street Talk

A thousand new downtowners? That’s the concept consultant Chris Brown laid out for the Sarasota City Commission recently-and no, he doesn’t work for the city, but for William Morris, who has developed some New Urbanism-style communities on Florida’s east coast. After a trio of Sarasota’s land-use lawyers, dressed in their best black suits, threatened “to […]

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03/1/2002

Garden Parties

Alley Cat Cafe is near downtown Sarasota but so tucked away that first-timers can get frustrated finding it. It’s worth the hunt. This is a place where you can make a garden party out of a meal. The setting is both lovely and calming, and the pace of service is Southern leisurely. Under rambling trellises […]

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03/1/2002

On the Edge

Whether it’s dance, music, theater, literature, or visual art, many people find themselves in Never-Never Land when experiencing contemporary work-especially those pieces that challenge pre-conceived notions of what art should look, sound, or feel like. When a work of art lacks a traditional subject, comfortable harmonies, a logical structure or challenges conventional rules, how do […]

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