Archive for December, 2012

12/5/2012

Carreno Dance Festival Reception

Limelight: People & Parties

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12/1/2012

Vacation Guides: Sports & Activities

Rising Stars A thousand of the world’s best young tennis players, representing more than 50 countries, descend on IMG Academy’s Bradenton campus each November to compete in the Eddie Herr International Championship. On its ever-growing campus, IMG trains young athletes, pros and amateur adults in myriad programs, from soccer and baseball to golf, performance enhancement […]

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12/1/2012

Vacation Guide: Accommodations

Here to Stay A roundup of the region’s best resorts. Sarasota is no stranger to great hotels—and why should it be? We’ve got great local amenities—from our beaches to our arts scene—and our lodging aims to be equally as great, whether you’re in town for business or pleasure, whether you want your hotel room to […]

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12/1/2012

Only In Sarasota: Siesta Royale

Siesta Royale, Siesta Key Built in 1960, the Siesta Royale was one of the first condominiums on Siesta Key. Most of the original buildings have given way to imposing condo towers, but from the clean geometry of its mid-century zigzag roofline to the lawn chairs in orderly groups of two, the Siesta Royale still defines […]

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12/1/2012

Call For Artists

Sarasota is a magnet for creative spirits. Meet six who came to follow their art.   Back in the 1950s, young artists and writers started discovering Sarasota. The light was beautiful, the climate balmy, and you could buy a shacky little place on Siesta for next to nothing. What’s more, the Sarasota School of Architecture […]

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12/1/2012

Health Report: December 2012

Now Open Uniquely You, a “mastectomy boutique” in northeast Bradenton, caters specifically to breast cancer patients and survivors. Founders Samantha Medred and Whitney Kitchens specialize in post-mastectomy products—including breast prostheses (“forms”) and specially designed bras and swimsuits. Operating primarily by appointment to encourage privacy (though walk-ins are also accommodated), Uniquely You stocks a variety of […]

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12/1/2012

Wonderful, Waterful City Island

This scenic sliver of land with its iconic collection of amusements and institutions captures Sarasota’s soul. Look for the single stoplight that hangs over the traffic hurtling toward New Pass Bridge. Blink, and you’re on Longboat Key. But take the turn, and the soul of Sarasota unfolds before you. City Island is Sarasota, concentrated—a scenic […]

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12/1/2012

From The Editor: The Big Question

I know a lot about Sarasota visitors. Most locals do. Related Articles: From the Editor: What to Do in Sarasota From the Editor: Bragging Rights From The Editor

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12/1/2012

Vacation Extras: Antiques & Treasures

Discover the rare and the remarkable at these local spots. Jack Vinales Antiques is famed for its Bakelite collection and mid-20th-century modern furniture and accessories by Mies van der Rohe, Charles Eames, Pierre Paulin and George Nelson and other top-flight designers. But don’t miss the exceptional Scandinavian, American and European pottery collection or vintage silver […]

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12/1/2012

The Flavors of Family

Chef Giuliano Hazan prepares treasured Italian recipes with a Sarasota twist. It’s one of those warm Florida evenings that make you feel lucky to live here. Temperatures hover in the mid-70s; the sun sparkles off the waters of Sarasota Bay. At the Indian Beach home of Heather Dunhill and Ted Meekma, guests gather for a […]

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