Archive for November, 2012

11/30/2012

Curtain Goes Up for Florida Studio Theatre’s New Additions

By Kay Kipling Florida Studio Theatre formally opened its new, renovated, revitalized Gompertz Theatre on First Street Thursday night during its “Next Act” gala, which also took a look back at the theater’s 38-year history in Sarasota. Theater patrons had actually glimpsed the inside of the venerable theater (which started life as a silent motion […]

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11/30/2012

Florida Studio Theatre Next Act Gala

Limelight: People & Parties

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11/21/2012

Sarasota Orchestra Hosts The Planets

Sarasota Orchestra and Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony, led by acclaimed conductor Thomas Wilkins in a Masterworks concert. [cvg-video videoId=’1′ width=’450′ height=’300′ mode=’playlist’ /] Friday, Nov 30, 8:00pm Neel Performing Arts Center Saturday, Dec 1, 8:00pm Sunday, Dec 2, 2:30pm Van Wezel Tickets from $30 Conductor: Thomas Wilkins The Sarasota Orchestra’s “out-of-this-world” musical odyssey begins with Mozart’s […]

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11/7/2012

Will You Marry Me?: Official Rules

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11/6/2012

How to Plan a Sarasota Beach Wedding

Local experts share how to plan the perfect Sarasota beach wedding.

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11/6/2012

Will You Marry Me? Win a Dream Sarasota Wedding Package!

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11/6/2012

Behind the Scenes: November 2013 Fashion

[easyrotator align=”left”]erc_54_1352222631[/easyrotator] Take a look behind the scenes of our November 2013 fashion feature. Related Articles: Fashion Finds from Our Style Blogger: November 2013 November 2013 Fashion I.Q.: November 2012

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11/5/2012

Application for Media Sponshorship

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11/5/2012

Tell Us Your Proposal Story and Win a Dream Sarasota Wedding Package!

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11/2/2012

The Met Lifestyle: Fall/Winter 2012

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11/1/2012

Best of Sarasota 2013

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11/1/2012

Sarasota After Dark: Best of The Season

Arts editor Kay Kipling picks the best of the 2012 Sarasota arts season.

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11/1/2012

Only in Sarasota: John Henry’s Complexus

John Henry’s Complexus, U.S. 41 and Gulfstream Avenue. Part of the 2011-2012 Season of Sculpture, this work may find a permanent home in Sarasota; the Sarasota Public Art Fund is raising money to purchase the 70-foot-tall sculpture and give it to the city. (To learn more aboout the fund, contact Tom Savage at tjso84@aol.com.) Related […]

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11/1/2012

Sarasota After Dark: Nocturnal Nature

For spectacle and entertainment, you can’t beat the great outdoors. Moon Over Myakka Concert Series Myakka River State Park comes alive at night, to the tune of ‘gators, frogs, coyotes and all the other animals who call the park home. The Friends of Myakka add live music to the mix. Moon Over Myakka is a […]

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11/1/2012

Sarasota After Dark: Bandwidth

These local musicians deliver a range of sounds, from country to alt-rock and beyond. Listen up. Pound for pound, tune for tune, few Florida cities can touch Sarasota when it comes to musical talent these days. Believe it. Over the past few years, fans have witnessed a rising tide of ambition and creativity in what […]

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11/1/2012

Insider: Play

Mild temperatures, calm waters and consistent, favorable wind year-round make Sarasota Bay a sailor’s heaven and ideal locale for events like the 33rd annual Drumstick Regatta, Nov. 17, hosted by the Sarasota Sailing Squadron. Lean Back: Competitive sailors often “hike out,” with their bodies fully extended over the water. This helps keep the boat from […]

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11/1/2012

Good Deal: Boothbay Harbor Lobster Direct

The Place: Boothbay Harbor Lobster Direct, 1839 Hillview St., Sarasota, (941) 556-9039. The Fare: Seafood market featuring Maine lobster airlifted in alive and sold at an excellent price ($6.99/lb. on a recent visit but varies), either steamed or ready to cook at home. The Drill: I owe this discovery to my brother, Frank, who never […]

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11/1/2012

War By Other Means

Tony-winning director Frank Galati, directing this month’s 1776 for Asolo Rep, reflects on a career spent on the battlegrounds of the theater.

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11/1/2012

Get The Look: Mid-Century Modern

When Robert and Julie Garvin purchased the renowned Philip Hiss Studio on Lido Shore’s Westway Drive, they set out to decorate the beautifully preserved library with furnishings worthy of its classic Sarasota School of Architecture style. Designed by Tim Seibert (then 25 years old and working in Paul Rudolph’s architecture practice), the studio was built […]

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11/1/2012

Top Tickets: November 2012

Little Nemo in Slumberland The Sarasota Youth Opera has a world premiere with this brand-new adaptation of the famous Winsor McKay comic strip, by composer Daron Hagen and librettist J.D. McClatchy. It’s not just for kids; McKay’s Nemo adventures remain magical more than 100 years after they first appeared in print. At the Sarasota Opera […]

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