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04/2/2014

Does Sarasota Have What it Takes to Become a Film Town?

Our city is mad about movies–but do we really have what it takes to become a film town?

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01/2/2014

Behind the Scenes of Sarasota’s Sailor Circus

The greatest little show on Earth.

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01/1/2014

From the Editor: Moving Back to Sarasota

Editor Pam Daniel on why so many young people are choosing to move back to Sarasota.

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12/2/2013

Pinecraft’s Sherry Gore Gains National Attention for Her Amish Cookbook Series

Pinecraft’s Sherry Gore is gaining national attention for a new cookbook series featuring comforting Amish favorites.

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11/1/2013

From the Editor: The State of the Arts in Sarasota

The recession slammed arts groups all across the country. But for many Sarasota organizations, it’s a different story.

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04/1/2013

Web Extra: Remembering Beggar the Dolphin

Many local boaters filmed Beggar, the dolphin whose interactions with humans led to his recent death. Here’s one of those videos. Click here to read award-winning writer Craig Pittman’s story about Beggar.  Related Articles: Beggar the Dolphin: Loved to Death From the Editor: The Truth About Flipper Day of the Dolphin

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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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02/1/2013

Who’s in Store: Douglas Gourley

By Carol Tisch A former exec with Pitney Bowes and Imation, Douglas Gourley developed the taste of a gourmand while working overseas. “I was exclusively international from the age of 25 to 50, and with that came the opportunity to dine with boards of directors in Latin America, the Pacific, Africa—and most importantly in Europe,” […]

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02/1/2013

Foodologists: Pop Craft Pops

By John Bancroft Donna Tortorice, co-owner of Pop Craft Pops at 2245-A Bee Ridge Road, calls her partner and son, Martin Scott, “the popologist.” She handles sales and marketing while he dreams up and crafts their unique and seductive line of artisanal frozen treats on a stick. They make a good team. To Market: Tortorice […]

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