Fountains of Youth

49 Ways to Look and Feel Younger

We’ve scouted out all sorts of ways to refresh and revive your body, mind and soul in our city. Let’s get going.

12/27/2017 By Ilene Denton

Top Stories

Money Matters

Will You Outlive Your Money?

Americans are increasingly haunted by that fear. And as financial journalist Richard Rescigno reports, many should be.

12/27/2017 By Richard Rescigno

Days of Heaven

Home Tour: A Dream Retreat on Jewfish Key

A dream retreat on Jewfish Key provides blissful family weekends.

12/27/2017 By Ilene Denton

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Arts & Entertainment

Gallery Hopping

Some Really Big Shows are Coming to Ringling College

Gallery-hopping at the ever-expanding campus.

12/27/2017 By Kay Kipling

In the Spotlight

Michael Mendez's Star Continues to Rise at Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe

Mendez has been performing in shows at WBTT for several years.

12/27/2017 By Kay Kipling

Music by the River

A Century of American Music Comes Alive at Snook Haven

Mark your calendar for a Thursday performance.

12/27/2017 By Robert Bowden

Best of Sarasota

Fountains of Youth

49 Ways to Look and Feel Younger

We’ve scouted out all sorts of ways to refresh and revive your body, mind and soul in our city. Let’s get going.

12/27/2017 By Ilene Denton

Eat & Drink

Feeding the Soul

Restaurateur Steve Seidensticker Starts a Nonprofit Newtown Eatery

An upscale restaurateur starts a nonprofit Newtown eatery.

12/27/2017 By Hannah Wallace

Dip In

Five Great Restaurant Dips and Spreads

Dip into something good.

12/27/2017 By Marsha Fottler

Modern Sizzle

Restaurant Review: Connors Steak and Seafood

At Connors, beef is beautiful.

12/27/2017 By Marsha Fottler

Fashion & Shopping

Glam Squad

Tips on Aging Well from Industry Experts

Hair, makeup, fashion and more—we've got tried-and-true tips for looking and feeling great.

12/27/2017 By Ilene Denton

Hello, Beautiful!

Can These Much-Hyped New Beauty Products Make You Prettier?

Beauty editor Heather Dunhill tests—and tells.

12/27/2017 By Heather Dunhill

The Velvet Touch

Trend Report: Velvet

What could be more luxe than velvet?

12/27/2017 By Heather Dunhill

Health & Fitness

They Still Got Game

Senior Athletes are Redefining Aging

"We’re seeing 85-year-olds run marathons. It’s inspiring what these athletes are doing.”

12/27/2017 By David Hackett

Plant Power

Want to Look Great and Live Longer? Eat Plants, Says an Oncologist

Dr. Amber Orman espouses a plant-based diet and suggests avoiding meat and dairy.

12/27/2017 By Pam Daniel

Think Plastic

These Cosmetic Procedures Can Take the Years Away

People of all ages are embracing a wide range of procedures. Here are a few of the most popular.

12/27/2017 By Su Byron

Fountains of Youth

How to Look and Feel Younger

There are plenty of ways to slow down aging right here in town.

12/27/2017 By Ilene Denton

Home & Real Estate

Days of Heaven

Home Tour: A Dream Retreat on Jewfish Key

A dream retreat on Jewfish Key provides blissful family weekends.

12/27/2017 By Ilene Denton

Think Small

The Tiny (Vacation) House Movement Comes to Town

Would you stay in one?

12/27/2017 By Robert Plunket

News & City Life

Living on the Edge

Do Rising Car Loan Defaults Signal a Precarious Economy?

Last year, the rate of delinquencies on subprime auto loans rose to 9.7 percent for auto lenders not affiliated with banks or credit unions, up from just 5.8 percent in 2012.

02/02/2018 By Cooper Levey-Baker

Made in SRQ

Made in SRQ: Moke Electric Jeep

Moke military jeeps earned new life in the 1960s when movie stars made them a stylish way to cruise Mediterranean hot spots like Saint-Tropez.

12/27/2017 By Cooper Levey-Baker

Only in Sarasota

Only in Sarasota: SRQ Airport, Winter Afternoon

Illustrator John Pirman sketches the local airport on a sunny afternoon.

12/27/2017 By John Pirman

Money Matters

Will You Outlive Your Money?

Americans are increasingly haunted by that fear. And as financial journalist Richard Rescigno reports, many should be.

12/27/2017 By Richard Rescigno

Queens of Vulgar

The Sarasota Lady Arm Wrestlers Take an Unorthodox Approach to Fund Raising

Less buttoned-up gala, more shock and awe.

12/27/2017 By Megan McDonald

Tagging Along

I Tried It: Tagging Sharks in Sarasota Bay

A New College professor has been conducting the first-ever survey of shark activity in Sarasota Bay.

12/27/2017 By Susan Burns

Frosty the Showman

Frosty, an 82-Year-Old Bird, Keeps Wowing the Crowds at Jungle Gardens

The sulfur-crested cockatoo is a local celebrity.

12/27/2017 By John Hardy

What I've Learned

Life Lessons from Former Universal Studios CEO Bob Gault

Life lessons from Bob Gault, former top exec at Universal Studios and Sea World.

12/27/2017 By Susan Burns

One Day

A Day in the Life of Gocio Elementary Food Service Manager Diana Losier

Food services manager Diana Losier and her team of six serve lunch to 530 students at Gocio Elementary School every day in addition to offering breakfast to 300 and preparing supper for students who stay after the school day.

12/27/2017 By Cooper Levey-Baker

Mr. Chatterbox

The Ghostly Links Between Lido Key's Sandcastle Resort, the Late Leona Helmsley—and Donald Trump

Future historians who ignore Leona while studying Trump do so at their peril. There are too many connections, too many similarities, too much shared history.

12/27/2017 By Robert Plunket

From the Editor

From the Editor: A Lost Chance at Lido

Pam Daniel sees a lost opportunity with the new plans for Lido Beach.

12/27/2017 By Pam Daniel