Books & Talks

Mr. Chatterbox Returns

Mr. Chatterbox Makes His Own List of Banned Books

Perhaps the following books once had some merit, but in these “woke” times they constitute a clear and present danger, and they need to be “canceled” ASAP.

05/10/2022 By Robert Plunket

Lectures

Ringling College Library Association Announces 2023 Town Hall Lecture Series

The speakers are Maria Ressa, Michael Phelps, Admiral James Stavridis, José Andrés and Thomas Friedman.

05/09/2022 By Staff

Lectures

USF Ukraine Speaker Series Continues on April 27

Katarzyna M. Zajdel-Kurowska, former member of the Management Board of the National Bank of Poland, will be the keynote speaker.

04/22/2022 By Staff

Talks

Bookstore1Sarasota Will Host Interview Series With Sarasota Leaders

The public is invited to participate in the discussions.

04/21/2022 By Staff

Best Kept Secret

The Elling Eide Center is Now Open to the Public

Take a tour of the late Chinese scholar Elling Eide’s bayfront preserve and renowned Asian studies research center.

04/14/2022 By Susan Burns

Talks

USF to Present 'Ukraine: What’s Next?' Speaker Series

The four-part series will kick off with Ret. Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove, former supreme allied commander for Europe, on April 13.

04/07/2022 By Staff

Talks

Urbanist Richard Florida to Present in Bradenton on April 27

Florida will discuss our economic future and his thoughts on where cities are headed post-pandemic.

04/07/2022 By Staff

Talks

Sarasota World Affairs Council to Host Arsham Parsi at April 5 Event

Parsi lives in exile in Toronto, where he founded the International Railroad for Queer Refugees (IRQR).

04/01/2022 By Staff

Top Tickets

Here Are the Best Things to Do in Sarasota This Month

A lineup of exhibits, concerts, plays and more to catch during April.

04/01/2022 By Kay Kipling

New Book

Sarasota Native Jarred McGinnis Will Discuss His New Book, 'The Coward,' at Bookstore1

Jarred McGinnis will speak with guests about his book "The Coward" at a Bookstore1 event on Friday, April 22.

03/25/2022 By Allison Forsyth

Conservation

Conservation Foundation Presents Luncheon Lecture With Dr. Jack Longino

A Sarasota native whose family owned an 8,732-acre ranch, Longino is a professor of biology at the University of Utah.

03/24/2022 By Staff

Mental Health

How Can Culture Change to Accommodate Mental Health In the Pandemic?

Dr. Yidong Gong shared ways culture and mental health intersect, and some ways our culture can positively change to break stigma.

03/21/2022 By Allison Forsyth

Tiger Bay

Sarasota Tiger Bay Club Announces April Legislative Update

A panel will include state Sen. Joe Gruters, state Rep. Tommy Gregory and state Rep. Will Robinson.

03/11/2022 By Staff

Creativity

Florida Creativity Conference Takes Place Next Weekend at Ringling College

Workshops and featured speakers will offer tips for creative thinking, problem solving, and innovation.

03/03/2022 Photography by Staff

Education

Renowned Rabbi in Sarasota for Scholar-in-Residence Weekend

Salkin, who is known for his writing, teaching and activism, will focus on the theme of healing at Temple Sinai.

03/01/2022 By Staff

Top Tickets

Here Are the Best Things to Do in Sarasota This Month

A lineup of exhibits, concerts, plays and more to catch during March.

03/01/2022 By Kay Kipling

Crisis in Ukraine

New College to Hold Community Conversation on War in Ukraine Tonight

The community is invited to attend an event at the college's Sudakoff Center tonight from 7-8:30 p.m.

02/28/2022 By Staff

Q&A

Poet Katerina Canyon Opens Up About Writing Her Latest Book, 'Surviving Home'

Author, activist and essayist Katerina Canyon will be reading from her new book 'Surviving Home.'

02/24/2022 By Chloé Cuyler

Things to Do

What to Do in Sarasota This Weekend

Classical concerts, an Italian feast and carnival in Venice, Disney's Beauty and the Beast onstage and more.

02/24/2022 By Kay Kipling

Things to Do

What to Do in Sarasota This Weekend

Meet the champions of the Atlanta Braves, rev your motors for Thunder by the Bay, enjoy fresh seafood at a festival in Cortez, and more.

02/17/2022 By Kay Kipling