March 2011

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FEATURES

10 BEST

Yes, you can dine on a dime! Su Byron finds 10 great meals for $10 or less.

SHOCK OF GRAY

Sarasota is Ground Zero for the trend that will define our era: the aging of the world’s population. An excerpt from journalist Ted Fisherman’s much-acclaimed new book.

SENIOR MOMENTS

Meet five over-80 men and women whose lives are still action-packed. By Pam Daniel. Photography by Ted Mase 

SECRETS OF THE STYLISTS 

Boomer women have a secret weapon on Sarasota: hip young stylists who help them keep their fashion edge. By Carol Tisch 

BOUND FOR GLORY

Back in the heady 1960s, Robert Plunket was a film student shooting for stardom. But then an unknown kid named Richard Gere stole his spotlight.

BOOMERS IN PARADISE

Demographic expert Brad Edmondson tells us how the baby boomers will put their own inimitable spin on Sarasota retirement.

DEPARTMENTS 

FROM THE EDITOR

Why Sarasota is the star of a new best-seller about global aging. By Pam Daniel

INSIDER 

The latest scoop, including Charlie Huisking’s “Arts Capital,” Carol Tisch’s shopping finds, one hot dish from chef Judi Gallagher– and more. 

* Top Tickets 
* Coastal Style 
* Malcolm Gladwell Adds to the Conversation
* Artist’s Pad
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Small’s World 

MR. CHATTERBOX 

Mr. C is already planning his trailer park retirement.

LUXURY REAL ESTATE 

Carol Tisch reports on the new retirement living options, Sarasota style.

BODY TALK

Fitness and health news you can use. By Hannah Wallace

HIGHLIGHTS

Kap Kipling’s calendar of March’s best arts and entertainment events.

FOOD AND WINE

John Bancroft dines at the new Pomona and Square 1 and finds a good deal at long-established Michael’s on East.

* What I’m Drinking

ONLY IN SARASOTA

The eternal allure of spring training.

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