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Pink-Flowers
May 2014

Mother’s Day Brunches in Sarasota

  Selby Gardens Celebrate among the tropical flora with live music and a full meal from Michael’s On East. Three seatings. $48 for nonmembers; $38 for members; $18 for children 4-11 (children under 4 are free). Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse Three courses for $27.95 per person, plus a $25 gift card to be used at a […]

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October 2013

Halloween Events in Sarasota: October 2013

Looking for a round-up of spooktacularly fun Halloween events in Sarasota? Check out our master list.

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October 2013

Motivational Speaker Linda Larsen Will Appear at Women’s Resource Center 2013 Fall Gathering

Larsen will give a speech titled “You: Superstar, Superhero, Superexhausted” at the Women’s Resource Center on November 8.

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April 2013

Sarasota’s Whiskey Obsession

I’m a decent fan of bourbon—an interest I picked up from my father. So Friday’s first annual Sarasota Whiskey Obsession Festival at Michael’s On East made for a great father-daughter outing.

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March 2013

What to Do in Sarasota This Weekend: March 7, 2013

This Week’s Top 5 1. Opening Saturday night, the Sarasota Opera’s American Classics series takes on John Steinbeck’s masterwork, Of Mice and Men, which was transformed into an opera in 1970 by composer Carlisle Floyd. It’s a new way of experiencing the poignant story of Depression-era farmhands George and Lennie. Bonus for Sarasota Magazine subscribers: […]

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February 2013

What To Do in Sarasota This Weekend, 2/22/2013

Your Weekend Top 5 1. At last, spring training starts this weekend, with the Baltimore Orioles squaring off against the Minnesota Twins Saturday afternoon at Ed Smith Stadium, and the Pittsburgh Pirates facing the Atlanta Braves Sunday afternoon at newly renovated McKechnie Field. On Friday from 9:15 a.m. to noon, you can go out to Ed Smith and watch the […]

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February 2013

Anne-Marie Slaughter on Women and the Workplace

By Megan McDonald Dr. Anne-Marie Slaughter’s name catapulted to the forefront of dinner-table conversations everywhere last year thanks to her controversial article for The Atlantic, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All.” The former director of policy planning for the State Department, Slaughter was inspired to write the piece based on the reactions of her peers […]

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February 2013

What To Do in Sarasota This Weekend, 2/14/2013

Your Weekend Top 5 1. Rain or shine, get ready to chill tonight at the Hangar at Flight Source with pop star Jon Secada. (It’s moved indoors from the bayfront Powel Crosley Mansion due to inclement weather.) The Chillounge Night folks bring their chic outdoor lounge furniture to Flight Source for a “Return to Romance”: […]

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February 2013

What to Do in Sarasota This Weekend: 2/8/2013

Your Weekend Top 5 1. People are still buzzing about Bill Bowers’ powerful Sarasota debut a couple of years ago. He returns to the Historic Asolo Theater tonight through Saturday with Beyond Words, a poetic mixture of music, monologues and mime that’s part of the Ringling Museum’s intriguing “Art of Our Time” initiative. Photo by David […]

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January 2013

What To Do in Sarasota This Weekend: 1/25/2013

Your Weekend Top 5 1. On the heels (pun intended) of his history-making walk over Niagara Falls and before he tackles the Grand Canyon this summer, daredevil wire walker Nik Wallenda will headline this year’s edition of Circus Sarasota, opening Friday in the Big Top on 12th Street and Tuttle Avenue. Through Feb. 15; tickets start at […]

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