Archive for June, 2010

06/1/2010

Homefront

LEAD-BASED PAINT MyGreenBuildings, the Tampa Bay Area’s leader in green construction, offers information and services regarding new laws for construction and renovation. Lead-based paint has been used for hundreds of years because it’s durable and produces vivid colors. But when it deteriorates or is disturbed during construction, it contaminates the environment with lead. Lead has […]

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06/1/2010

Healthfront

BACK PAIN BE GONE   Until recently, pain medication, steroid injections and invasive surgeries were the only options available for back pain sufferers. But with the very latest in innovative technology, Coastal Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, which has been serving the Sarasota-Bradenton area for more than 30 years, is the first on Florida’s west coast […]

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06/1/2010

Good Deal

The Place: Blue Dolphin Cafe, 470 John Ringling Blvd., St. Armands; (941) 388-3566. The Fare: Breakfast and lunch daily from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Drill: Pick a cozy booth or, my favorite, a seat at the counter, where watching the pros at work is an education and a pleasure. The Bottom Line: Breakfast […]

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06/1/2010

Food & Wine

Here’s Looking at You, Kid Chef Ammal beamed as an order of bisteeya was delivered to our table at Morocco, his winsome restaurant on the South Trail. “In Morocco,” he said with an infectious smile, “we call this dish happiness.” Our first bite of the delicacy showed us why. In fact, happiness pretty well summed […]

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06/1/2010

Sense of Place

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06/1/2010

June Calendar

Art Side by Side Juxtapose, an exhibit focused on comparing and contrasting images, continues at State of the Arts Gallery through the month. Shown: Serenity Totem and Artifact, both by David Steiner. Dabbert Gallery. Sculpture, Metal, Marble and More, featuring the sculpture of Eric Boyer, Richard Hager, Candace Knapp, Gert Olsen and Thyra Davidson-Wexler, continues […]

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06/1/2010

Good Medicine

Brain Attack Carmen lives in La Belle, Fla., with her husband, Jose, an agricultural worker, and their 13-year-old son and 17-year-old daughter. She’s young—only 40. She eats right and doesn’t smoke. Is she knitted into a web of positive relationships? You bet. She’s the development coordinator at the Redlands Christian Migrant Association in LaBelle. She […]

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06/1/2010

One Great Room

A Room for All Seasons When interior designer Anne Folsom Smith and architect husband Frank Folsom Smith bought a 1894 Cracker-style home at the edge of Sarasota Bay, they envisioned a warm, comfortable family room off the kitchen. The problem: Like many older houses, theirs had a living room but no family room. That triggered […]

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06/1/2010

Designing Mind / What’s Next?

Designing Mind Shawn Dehart of Dehart Design Studio is a Sarasota native and 2000 graduate of the Ringling College of Art and Design’s interior design program. How do you approach interior design? Modern and streamlined is my preference. Less is more. I like to work with the bones of the existing space, play off what […]

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06/1/2010

Best Neighborhoods

MARKET WATCH A handsome five-bedroom British West Indies-style home at 625 Norsota Way on Sarasota Bay, designed by architect William Thorning Little, is on the market for $7.75 million. Mike Hays of Michael Saunders & Company and his wife built the home in 2009; he is co-listing the property with MS&C colleague Kim Ogilvie. High-end […]

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