Sarasota Magazine November 2014

2014 Season Preview! Plus, gorgeous gala gowns, cool craft breweries and more.

By Sarasota Magazine November 3, 2014

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Season Preview

Whether you love theater classics or cutting-edge art, here's your guide to the must-see stars and shows of 2014-2015By Kay Kipling

Bulletin from Broadway

New York Post theater columnist Michael Riedel picks the top tickets on the Great White Way this season. Plus, his favorite new spots for after the show.


Fairy-tale fashions in an enchanted gardenPhotography by Mark Farmwald

Brew Romance

Grab a glass and join us for a tour of the taprooms of the region's four new breweries, each with a personality and product line all its own. Plus: A blind tasting, best beer bars and more. By Hannah Wallace

Radio Shack

How Sarasota's community voice, WSLR, became the little station that couldBy Cooper Levey-Baker


From the Editor

Pam Daniel reports on herding cats--er, make that artistic leaders.

The Heat Index

People, issues and events on our radar, including top tickets, Carol Tisch's shopping finds, Chef Judi Gallagher's Hot Dish, Heather Dunhill's Fashion IQ, Bob Plunket's home of the month--and more.

One Day

Photographer Robert Castro shadows Sarasota Ballet's Iain Webb from morning coffee to late-night inspiration.

Mr. Chatterbox

With a film based on the late John D. MacDonald's Travis McGee starting production, Mr. C considers the iconic writer--who was also his friend.

Luxury Home

Ilene Denton reports on new construction and the real estate market, plus design trends from Marsha Fottler.

Health Report

Smart senior exercise programs, the truth about shots, new insights about ultrasounds--and more. By Hannah Wallace

Food and Wine

Marsha Fottler enjoys ethnic favorites at Apollonia Grill and India Palace. Plus: Sarasota's best fudge, Eric Garfield brings snowballs to Sarasota and a very good deal at Caragiulo's.

Only in Sarasota

John Pirman sketches one of our city's cultural landmarks, the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall.


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