Preview

Through Women's Eyes International Film Festival Kicks Off This Weekend

Twenty-two movies tell stories of amazing women around the world.

3:50pm By Kay Kipling

Review

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Makes More Musical Memories in Van Wezel Debut

The band circled through many of their hits from five decades of performing and recording.

1:30pm By Kay Kipling

Review

Asolo Rep's The Little Foxes Hits All the Right Marks

Lillian Hellman's 1939 play about a greedy Southern family remains relevant and satisfying.

03/27/2017 By Kay Kipling Photography by Gary W. Sweetman

Review

FST's Grounded Delivers an Intense Experience

The one-woman show by George Brant is compelling theater.

03/27/2017 By Kay Kipling Photography by Matthew Holler

All That Jazz

Sarasota Native Evelyn Christina Tonn Returns This Weekend in National Tour of Chicago

Tonn will perform in this weekend's productions of "Chicago" at the Van Wezel.

03/23/2017 By Megan McDonald

Preview

Ringling International Arts Festival Takes Some New Turns

The festival, running Oct. 18-21, welcomes dance, theatrical spectacle and new work.

03/23/2017 By Kay Kipling

Weekend Planner

Your Top 8 Things to Do: March 23-29

"Chicago" comes to the Van Wezel, Cirque des Voix in the Circus Sarasota Big Top, a free Joy of Jazz concert and more.

03/23/2017 By Ilene Denton

View from Mexico

“Stronger Together”: Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon Speaks at Ringling College Town Hall

Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon lays out the case for greater cooperation between our two countries.

03/22/2017 By Ilene Denton

News

Here's Who's Speaking at the Ringling College Town Hall Lecture Series in 2018

The lineup for 2018's Town Hall Lecture Series includes the former CIA director, a cancer physician and author and the founder of Girls Who Code.

03/22/2017 By Ilene Denton

Preview

Asolo Repertory Theatre Announces 2017-18 Season

The line-up for the company and FSU/Asolo Conservatory includes several musicals, new plays and a classic or two.

03/21/2017 By Kay Kipling

Style & Substance

Mark Your Calendar: Joan Juliet Buck Reading and Book Signing at the Sarasota Museum of Art

Fashion editor Heather Dunhill catches up with former Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Joan Juliet Buck to talk about Buck's new memoir and tales behind the anecdotes. Buck will be in town for a reading and signing on March 25.

03/20/2017 By Heather Dunhill

Weekend Planner

Your Top 9 Things to Do: March 16-22

Once comes to the Van Wezel, Selby Gardens’ outdoor music series, a biocruise aboard the Carefree Learner and more.

03/16/2017 By Ilene Denton

Purple Reign

Ringling Grad Syd Weiler Is the Creator of the Insanely Popular "Trash Dove"

How a Sarasota resident designed and dealt with her internationally famous pigeon illustration.

03/16/2017 By Riley Board

Gulf Watch

Expert Says No Cure for Red Tide

Mote researcher say they're focusing on alleviating its effects.

03/15/2017 By Pam Daniel

Faith and Begorrah

Irish Bars and St. Patrick's Day Celebrations

Great spots to get your Gaelic on.

03/14/2017 By Hannah Wallace

Set the Screen

March Madness at Five Great Sarasota Sports Bars

Travel on down to these great spots for watching the NCAA basketball tournament.

03/14/2017 By David Hackett

Preview

Sarasota Film Festival 2017 On Its Way

A kickoff party Monday night revealed details of the fest's schedule and focus.

03/14/2017 By Kay Kipling Photography by Staff

The Image Maker

Photographer David Burnett Wins Greenfield Prize

Burnett's commission project will center on senior athletes in competition.

03/13/2017 By Kay Kipling Photography by David Burnett

Time Is a Lie

Ethan Hawke Discusses Success, Failure, Art at Ringling College

"Feeling like you don't belong or there isn't a place for you is very common, and it's not permission to not take a step forward."

03/09/2017 By Cooper Levey-Baker

Local Girl Makes Good

Sarasota Magazine Contributor Wins Grant

The Creators for Creators grant will support Molly Dean's work on a new comic.

03/09/2017 By Kay Kipling Illustrations by M. Dean