Archive for November, 2013

11/18/2013

Season of Sculpture Opening

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11/18/2013

Sarasota Orchestra 65th Anniversary Brunch

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11/14/2013

AJC Award Dinner

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11/14/2013

March 2008

FEATURES 10 BEST Su Byron seeks out the most sensational Latin dishes in town. SARASOTA’S HOTTEST HUSBANDS Move over, Matt Damon–nobody’s sexier (or sweeter) than the winners of our highly competitive contest. A SARASOTA WEDDING IN THE HAMPTONS Our “Social Detective” Leslie Glass needed to pull off her daughter’s Long Island wedding with style. She […]

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11/14/2013

April 2008

FEATURES 10 BEST Su Byron gets up early to find the 10 top breakfast dishes in town. THE DEAL BEHIND THE DEAL Charlie Huisking unreels the story of how the Sarasota Film Festival, William H. Macy and a band of believers brought Macy’s latest movie to life. PIZZA WITH PANACHE A panel of hungry judges taste-tests […]

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11/14/2013

May 2008

FEATURES BEST OF 2008 From dining to shopping to serious fun, our annual readers’ poll serves up 224 of the best experiences in town. LOOKING AT SARASOTA The winning images in our first-ever photo contest reflect our city’s beauty and energy–and the fresh perspectives and talents of the readers who took the pictures. WHY WE […]

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11/14/2013

June 2008

FEATURES 10 BEST Su Byron brings home out city’s most sumptuous sweets–great cakes, cookies, pies and other baked confections. THE PROMISED LAND A new book highlights the evocative Florida landscapes of an almost forgotten artist, “Highwayman” Harold Newton. LIVING LARGE FOR LESS With a few smart strategies, you can enjoy luxury even in a down […]

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11/14/2013

July 2008

FEATURES 10 BEST Su Byron searches out vegetarian dishes so good you’ll never miss the meat. THE YEAR OF THE BLOCKBUSTER With a season that included Broadway-bound A Tale of Two Cities, critic Kay Kipling finds much to honor in her annual theater awards. HOMES FOR ARTISTS Who says artists can’t afford to live in Sarasota […]

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11/14/2013

August 2008

FEATURES A CONNOISSEUR’S KITCHEN Inside the new penthouse kitchen of restaurateur Michael Klauber. By Ilene Denton SHOPPING THE WORLD Sarasota style setters share their latest finds and discoveries from around the globe. By Carol Tisch THE THRILL OF THE NEW Curator Mark Ormond asks gallery owner about their latest acquisitions. FOR LOVE AND POLO Fashion and romance […]

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11/14/2013

September 2008

SARASOTA CHARITY REGISTER 2008 – 2009 THE CHARITY REGISTER Our comprehensive listing of great Sarasota causes. A GOOD TURN Mentors make a world of difference to at-risk middle school kids. By Ilene Denton FROM THE EDITOR Tough times call for sharper strategies. FROM THE PUBLISHER Turning passion for others into positive action. WAY TO GIVE The […]

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11/14/2013

October 2008

FEATURES THE ROAD HOME Writer Robert Plunket and photographer Brad McCourtney single out some of Sarasota’s most appealing avenues. EXTREME MAKEOVER This Gulf-front house had locations and lots of potential–but it needed ace design help to blossom into full beauty. By Carol Tisch LOCAL COLOR Old Florida shades and sensibilities move into the modern era at […]

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11/14/2013

November 2008

FEATURES 10 BEST Su Byron stays up late to find great dining options for after the show. BEST OF THE SEASON Arts editor Kay Kipling searches out the most sizzling stars, intriguing shows and super deals of the 2008-09 arts season. THE GREATEST GOWNS ON EARTH The Ringling’s Circus Museum is the backdrop for a […]

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