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06/27/2013

Photo of the Week: Lightning Over Sarasota

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06/25/2013

Photo of the Week: Siesta Key Stormy Sunset

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06/20/2013

Photo of the Week: Early Morning Fog at Siesta Key Beach

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04/22/2013

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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02/4/2013

Sarasota Gets Unflattering Mention in Political Series “House of Cards”

By Charlie Huisking  The new political drama series House of Cards is attracting enormous attention, in part because it’s being presented by Netflix rather than a traditional broadcast or cable network. But when I downloaded the second episode over the weekend, I nearly fell out of my chair because Sarasota figured in the plot – as […]

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01/30/2013

More Photos from Nik Wallenda’s Wire Walk

Photos by Ian Dean     Nik Wallenda–in spite of wind and loose wires–completed his untethered “Skywalk” across U.S. 41 yesterday morning. Here are some photos from the event, which drew between 10,000-12,000 spectators, according to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.

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