Archive for March, 2013

03/1/2013

Hot Dish: Owen’s Fish Camp’s Soft Shell Crab BLT

I’m always on the lookout for sandwiches that reinvent the classics with a twist. And that’s just what the soft shell crab BLT at Owen’s does. Sweet, juicy, batter-dipped and fried crab tops creamy house-made basil mayonnaise and bacon, turning the good ol’ BLT into a magnificent stack of salty, crispy, creamy goodness. I like […]

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03/1/2013

Media Picks

WHAT I’M WATCHING Matthew McLendon, Curator, Modern and Contemporary Art, Ringling Museum of Art “I am addicted to Sons of Anarchy. The chief reason is the amazing, talented, stunning Katey Sagal. From the hair and cleavage tattoo to the indomitable spirit and sheer will, she would make Machiavelli quake in his boots. If curating doesn’t […]

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03/1/2013

IN TOWN

Novelist, screenwriter and playwright Delia Ephron is known for her work on her own (the film The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, How to Eat Like a Child) and with her late sister, Nora (the movie You’ve Got Mail and the play Love, Loss and What I Wore, onstage at Asolo Rep last summer). Her […]

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03/1/2013

My World

Why did you become a hospice nurse? It’s what nursing is truly about. We get to be in the most intimate setting with the patients. We sit by the bed and hold their hand, we know their family members, their pets. Any misconceptions people have about hospice? Foremost is that hospice basically sedates people and […]

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03/1/2013

March 2013

Subscribe to Sarasota Magazine Subscription Services  About Us FEATURES Freeze Frame A look inside the regions biggest and busiest Latin Market. Photography by Gene Pollux. The Looks of Spring Fashion writer Heather Dunhill spots the style and beauty trends that are right for Sarasota this season. Web extra: Heather Dunhill shares her top five must-haves from this season’s runways. […]

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03/1/2013

HOME OF THE MONTH: Venice Waterfront

Here’s a home with a perfect Florida lifestyle built right into it. Located on the Island of Venice with the Intracoastal boat traffic sailing right by, the estate—a main house and a separate guest house—is a short stroll from the shops and restaurants of downtown Venice. But it has a private, secluded feeling, with two […]

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03/1/2013

NOISEMAKER: State Sen. Nancy Detert

Nancy Detert’s state senate district may have changed, but that doesn’t mean she has. This month, when the 68-year-old Venice Republican heads to Tallahassee for the Florida Legislature’s regular 60-day session, she’ll be speaking for a whole new group of constituents. The District 28 Detert was elected to represent in 2008 no longer exists—redistricting shaved […]

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03/1/2013

WEB EXTRA: Heather Dunhill’s Spring Fashion Picks

By Taylor Meredith February was Fashion Week in the Big Apple, and designers from all over the globe were invited to shine the spotlight on some of their most brilliant new designs while all the world watched. So we thought, what better time to ask Heather Dunhill, our Fashion IQ blogger, what her five favorite […]

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03/1/2013

Only In Sarasota

Illustration by John Pirman John Pirman says the first time he drove by downtown’s post office, “It stopped me in my tracks.” He speculates that the big scalloped awning on the building, which was constructed in 1965, might have been inspired by lace edging. “It creates a beautiful shadow on the monolithic mid-century facade,” he […]

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03/1/2013

What I’m Drinking: March 2013

This month: Pattigeorge’s updated, Sarasota-style cosmo.

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