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Archive for November, 2013

11/28/2013

Photo of the Week: Robinson Preserve

This week’s Photo of the Week showcases the vibrant blues and greens of Bradenton’s Robinson Preserve.

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11/27/2013

Vintage Sarasota: Warm Mineral Springs

Warm Mineral Springs (n.d) Warm Mineral Springs is renowned for its health benefits in the spa-like water, as well as its fossilized human, plant and animal artifacts that date back up to 10,000 years ago, making it a significant resource for archaeologists. The discovery of a human skull by William Royal in the 1970’s forced […]

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11/25/2013

Anna Paquin Screens Her New Film, “Free Ride,” at Ringling College

Actors Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer, writer/director Shana Betz and producers Cerise and Mark Larkin screen their new film, Free Ride, at Ringling College.

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11/21/2013

Photo of the Week: Happy Seagull

This week’s Photo of the Week: A happy seagull on Siesta Key Beach.

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11/20/2013

Vintage Sarasota: Marie Selby

Marie Selby (n.d.) A prominent name around Sarasota County, Marie Selby (along with her husband William) was an ambitious, compassionate and influential person. She and William traveled the same route driven by the first transcontinental automobile race from Seattle to New York City in six days less than the winner of the race! This made Marie […]

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11/15/2013

Ice House Art Opening Gala

Chalk art takes center stage at the new Ice House on 10th Street.

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11/13/2013

Vintage Photo: McClellan Sisters

McClellan Sisters (n.d.) The McClellan sisters are known as the developers of McClellan Park, located on 56 acres at the southern end of Orange Avenue. Katherine E. and Daisietta G. McClellan came to Sarasota around 1910, and having fallen in love with the weather and the people, the sisters wanted to do good for the […]

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11/11/2013

Hermitage Artist Retreat’s Trip to New York City

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11/7/2013

Photo of the Week: Squiggles

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11/7/2013

Photo of the Week: Fish at Sunset

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