Archive for November, 2011

11/1/2011

Top Tickets

  Next to Normal This Pulitzer Prize-winning rock musical, about a mother struggling with bipolar disorder, makes its Sarasota premiere at Florida Studio Theatre Nov. 2 through Jan. 2. It’s helmed by FST artistic director Richard Hopkins; for tickets call 366-9000 or go to floridastudiotheatre.org. Sarasota Bluesfest The 21st annual welcomes Los Lobos, Ryan Shaw, […]

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11/1/2011

Mornings with Hayley

  While most of us are still sleeping, Hayley Wielgus is hard at work. Wielgus, 27—who arrived in Sarasota last June by way of Texas —gets up at 2 a.m. and is on air at 5 a.m. as part of ABC7’s morning newscast, now starting a half-hour earlier than before. The self-described “fitness fanatic” and […]

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11/1/2011

Fashion I.Q.

I can’t resist getting into the spirit of the season with a scarf. This fun Marc Jacobs number in dusty steel blue with caramel-colored panthers is nice and long at 67 inches for multiple wrapping options. Want a quick scarf-tying lesson? Check out my “Tie One On” blog. Saks, $178.   Style secret: I overheard Jacqueline […]

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11/1/2011

Good Deal: Ocean Harvest Market

The Place: Ocean Harvest Market, 5718 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton; (941) 795-3746. The Fare: Fresh fish and shellfish, primarily from the local fleet at Cortez, house-smoked fish and fish spread, and barbecue. The Bottom Line: Take out or dine in the small utilitarian dining room or outside on the deck. We’re recommending a take-out combo […]

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11/1/2011

What I’m Drinking

When I think of the Sarasota Polo Grounds, I usually think of thundering hooves and that crazy little dance called the divot stomp. On Saturday, Nov. 12, though, I’ll be turning my thoughts to my own favorite recreation at the 10th annual Suncoast Food and Wine Fest, a charity fund raiser sponsored by the Lakewood […]

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11/1/2011

Sarasota’s Best: French Fries

“The wide belt was a bad choice,” moaned ABC7 weatherman John Scalzi at the end of an afternoon dedicated to finding the best French fries in Sarasota. With the help of our Facebook fans, we compiled a list of six restaurants with star-potential French fries and headed out to sample them all with Scalzi, chef […]

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11/1/2011

Food & Wine

We don’t, as a rule, pay a review visit to a new restaurant during its first couple of weeks. It’s unfair to judge the place before management has had a little time to fine tune and troubleshoot its operation. But when we have reason to believe a restaurant will come roaring out of the gate […]

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11/1/2011

Only in Sarasota

The days are getting shorter, but the skies—and some of the buildings—are as blue as ever. What better way to spend an afternoon than browsing the shops in Burns Square? Photo by>> Chad Spencer | CMSPHOTOS.COM Related Articles: Only in Sarasota Welcome to Sarasota Only In Sarasota

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11/1/2011

Health Report

Kale Waldorf Salad Serves 6 This variation on the classic Waldorf salad uses vitamin-rich kale instead of lettuce and blends apple and walnuts into the dressing for a creamy consistency without the traditional mayonnaise base. Ingredients 4 cups packed finely chopped raw kale, preferably dinosaur kale 1 large red apple (such as Fuji or Honeycrisp), chopped, […]

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11/1/2011

Highlights

Art Longboat Key Center for the Arts. The Petticoat Painters exhibition Provocative Petticoats continues through Nov. 10 in the Durante Gallery, with Fresh Paints from three Ringling College illustration grads on view through Dec. 15 in the Cultural Media Room. Opening Nov. 18 to run through Dec. 15: the Florida Suncoast Watercolor Society juried show. […]

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11/1/2011

Mr. Chatterbox

The party no one wants to miss this fall is the Betty Schoenbaum tribute on Nov. 6 at the Hyatt, for the Glasser-Schoenbaum Human Services Center. Not that it’s going to be so fancy—it’s not black-tie—but because it promises social drama, a great life story, and a lot of emotion. Betty is a lesson to […]

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11/1/2011

From The Editor

Growing up, I loved fairy tales so much that for an entire year, I started every naptime by acting out Snow White. My mother would find an apple with one bite missing when she checked on me as I lay sleeping—presumably languishing under the spell of the Wicked Queen’s poisoned fruit. By the time I […]

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