Archive for July, 2005

07/1/2005

Summer Events

Shakespeare Spectacular For Robert Mansell, the world premiere of his musical Willm S at the Players of Sarasota in September is the fulfillment of nine years of research-but not necessarily the result of any lifelong fascination with the Bard of Avon. Mansell, a London native and a familiar face on local stages the past few […]

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07/1/2005

In the Swing

The Meadows, located just off 17th Street at 3101 Longmeadow Drive, prides itself on being "the closest private country club to downtown Sarasota." That’s definitely a plus-factor, but this first-class, well- established course community has a lot more to offer golfers, namely three 18-hole layouts: the par 72 Highlands course; the Groves, a shorter executive […]

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07/1/2005

Real Estate Go$$ip

Neighborhood Watch LEAFY GREEN LANDINGS Forty years ago at a gas station on Tamiami Trail, children begged their parents for a dime to look through a telescopic viewfinder machine and see eagle nests high in the pines in a wooded parcel of land west of U.S 41. This is how The Landings got its name, […]

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