Archive for January, 2004

01/1/2004

The Top 100

Last year, vice president of Sarasota County’s Committee for Economic Development Kathy Baylis said this about Sarasota’s corporate landscape: "I don’t consider the forecast bleak, I just don’t think it’s going to get much better too soon. This could last well into 2003." What a difference a year makes. Says Baylis today: "I kept waiting […]

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01/1/2004

Hot Tickets

Art Tampa Museum of Art. Continuing through Jan. 11: Toulouse-Lautrec: Master of the Moulin Rouge, featuring posters and lithograph prints. Opening Jan. 25 to run through April 11: Selections from the Neuberger Berman Corporate Collection, which includes photographs by Vik Muniz and Tracey Moffett as well as paintings by Robert McCurdy and Mary Heilman, among […]

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01/1/2004

Lemur Love

Just like humans, apes, and monkeys, lemurs are primates. More specifically, they are prosimian (literally pre-monkey) primates, the group with the deepest roots of the primate evolutionary tree. These deep roots mean that lemurs and humans shared their last ancestors nearly 70 million years ago and learning about lemurs gives us some insight into how […]

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