Archive for April, 2014

04/24/2014

Summer of ’72

Novelist Clifford Irving spent a summer on Longboat Key before going to jail for the Howard Hughes hoax.

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04/24/2014

A Wrong Made Right

When baseball great Buck O’Neil finally got his due.

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04/24/2014

Trailer Park Tale

A reclusive newcomer in an Old Florida trailer park meets his neighbors at a dance.

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04/24/2014

The Beach Effect

I may not go to the beach every day, but there’s something magic about knowing it’s there.

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04/24/2014

Shakespeare at the Asolo

At the bejeweled Italian opera house, I savored the magic of language—and Sarasota.

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04/24/2014

More Best of Sarasota Party

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04/24/2014

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This is simply a test! Related Articles: Get on the Bus In the Swing Designing Mind

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04/24/2014

Raindrops Keep Falling

It never rains in March in Sarasota, my father-in-law-to-be had promised me. So that’s when we scheduled our wedding.

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04/24/2014

The Day I Fell in Love With Paradise

A drive from Disney World to Miami changed my life forever.

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04/24/2014

The Third Element

A Sarasota Orchestra concert opens a young musician’s eyes to a vital component of her art.

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04/24/2014

Salty Roots

Surrounded by the Gulf, the pass, bay and lagoon, South Lido Island inspired my life and work.

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04/24/2014

Stop This Filth

Onstage, the maiden ravaged by a soldier let out a blood-curdling scream. Kate Alexander recalls what happened next.

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04/24/2014

Tough Love

Yes, this is an amazing city. But we need the courage to tackle looming problems to keep it that way.

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04/23/2014

Get the Net

Just offshore from his Indian Beach home, 5-year-old Kelly Kirschner goes fishing in Sarasota Bay.

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04/23/2014

Gem on the Bay

As we suffered through long, wintry commutes, we kept remembering that little coastal town in sunny Southwest Florida.

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04/23/2014

The Night I Killed Sarasota

An amateur takes to the open-mic at McCurdy’s Comedy Theatre.

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04/23/2014

Back to the Future

On our way to our Longboat cottage, we always stopped at Saprito’s Fruit Stand. Little did I dream how significant that would someday be.

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04/23/2014

A Night to Remember

A newcomer puts down roots during New College’s 50th anniversary celebration.

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04/23/2014

A Place for Art

People told me I’d have to move to New York to succeed, but I decided to stay.

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04/23/2014

The Poet Marine

A Booker Middle student’s writing award sets him on the path to service.

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