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Revival of the Fittest

The Next Great Sarasota Neighborhoods

Charm and value are making five great old neighborhoods hot again.

03/02/2017 By Robert Plunket

Top Stories

Road Trips

Six Perfect Spring Road Trips

Is anything so full of delicious possibilities as setting off on a trip to somewhere you’ve never been before?

03/01/2017

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Why Millennials Struggle in Sarasota

The good news: Not all young people hate Sarasota. The bad news: The obstacles to keeping them here are bigger than most people realize.

02/14/2017 By Cooper Levey-Baker Photography by Everett Dennison

Girl Interrupted

A Local Syrian Student is Derailed by War

We spoke to former New College student Racha Masara shortly after President Trump's travel ban, affecting Syria and six other Middle Eastern countries, went into effect.

02/15/2017 By Pam Daniel

Mr. Chatterbox

Our Humor Columnist Gets Enlightened at the Women's March

Our humor columnist on women's rights, pussy hats and all that traffic.

03/01/2017 By Bob Plunket

Table of Contents

Arts & Entertainment

All Sewn Up

This Month's "Quilts in Paradise" Goes Beyond the Expected

The show features artistic creations that are inspired by Sarasota sights.

03/01/2017 By Kay Kipling

Heat Index

Employment Recruiter Doug Warrington Helps a Local Youngster Thrive

Warrington reached out to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast in 2013. The rest is history.

03/01/2017 By Ilene Denton

Circling Back

Two Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Members Call Our Region Home

Jimmie Fadden and John McEuen on their 50-year-career and why they love Sarasota-Manatee.

03/01/2017 By Kay Kipling

Eat & Drink

Smoke Gets in His Eyes

On a Barstool at Memories Lounge, a 91-Year-Old Reveals His Secret of Longevity

"Mr. Phil," as he's known, is at Memories Lounge from 10 p.m.-closing every night.

03/01/2017 By Isaac Eger

Made in Sarasota

Bradenton-Based Tropicana is the World's Largest Producer of Branded Juice

The nationally known OJ is made right in Manatee County.

03/01/2017 By Pam Daniel

This Spud's For You

Sarasota's Best Potato Side Dishes

Six can't-miss potato accompaniments.

03/01/2017 By Marsha Fottler

Restaurant Review

Restaurant Review: Little Italy, Big Taste at Cafe Barbosso

The food at Cafe Barbosso has attitude.

03/01/2017 By Marsha Fottler Photography by Chad Spencer

The Inn Crowd

Four Fantastic Hotel Bars

These chic watering holes can be found in some of the area's coolest lodging spots.

03/01/2017 By Hannah Wallace

Fashion & Shopping

Shop To It

Shopping for the Indoor-Outdoor Transition

Here are some of the latest ways to add polish and fun to the outdoor spaces where we in the Sunshine State live and entertain.

03/02/2017 By Heather Dunhill

Home & Real Estate

State of the Market

The Latest Sarasota Real Estate News

Hot properties, top sales and more.

03/02/2017 By Ilene Denton

Revival of the Fittest

The Next Great Sarasota Neighborhoods

Charm and value are making five great old neighborhoods hot again.

03/02/2017 By Robert Plunket

News & Profiles

Mr. Chatterbox

Our Humor Columnist Gets Enlightened at the Women's March

Our humor columnist on women's rights, pussy hats and all that traffic.

03/01/2017 By Bob Plunket

Listen to Your Enemy

A USF Sarasota-Manatee Professor's New Book Sheds Light on Terrorism

Dr. Murat Haner spent five months researching what makes someone a terrorist.

03/01/2017 By Susan Burns

Only in Sarasota

Only in Sarasota: Window Washers

If you doubt that art imitates life—and vice versa—consider the recent juxtaposition of the balancing act of a window washer at downtown’s Courthouse Centre with the sculpture in the background.

03/01/2017 Illustrations by John Pirman

Heat Index

You and Your Pup Can Now Enjoy Most Sarasota County Parks

On Jan. 1, Sarasota County opened most of its parks to dogs.

03/01/2017 By Susan Burns

Exit Interview

Departing Commissioner Suzanne Atwell Sounds Off on City Government

"Commissioners should have more passion and courage. It’s sickening."

03/01/2017 By Cooper Levey-Baker

Welcome to Sarasota, Texas

See an Error in Our Hometown Paper? Maybe the Blame Lies 943 Miles Away

The Herald-Tribune's copy editing is now mainly done in Austin, Texas.

03/01/2017 By Rich Rescigno

Girl Interrupted

A Local Syrian Student is Derailed by War

We spoke to former New College student Racha Masara shortly after President Trump's travel ban, affecting Syria and six other Middle Eastern countries, went into effect.

02/15/2017 By Pam Daniel

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Why Millennials Struggle in Sarasota

The good news: Not all young people hate Sarasota. The bad news: The obstacles to keeping them here are bigger than most people realize.

02/14/2017 By Cooper Levey-Baker Photography by Everett Dennison

Travel & Outdoors

Road Trips

Apalachicola Is a Seafood Lover's Town

Roughly 90 percent of Florida oysters and 10 percent of American oysters come from Apalachicola Bay.

03/06/2017 By Cooper Levey-Baker

Road Trips

Six Perfect Spring Road Trips

Is anything so full of delicious possibilities as setting off on a trip to somewhere you’ve never been before?

03/01/2017

Road Trips

How to Visit Palm Beach on the Cheap

A skinflint's guide to the land of the rich and presidential.

03/01/2017 By Robert Plunket

Road Trips

For Avid Golfers, Alabama's Golf Trail is a Glorious Getaway

Spend a few days on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail and you'll discover one of the best-kept secrets and values in regional golf.

03/01/2017 By David Hackett

Road Trips

For An Art-Filled Getaway, Head to St. Pete

Today's St. Pete is so lively, interesting and full of hipster cheer that it makes for a fun, and certainly convenient, weekend road trip.

03/01/2017 By Ilene Denton

Road Trips

The Panhandle's Caverns Reveal a Strange Side of Florida

Florida’s caverns were discovered in the 1930s as a loosely connected warren of small stone rooms and tight-fitting corridors.

03/01/2017 By Hannah Wallace

Road Trips

The History Lover's Guide to Savannah

Shades of days gone by are everywhere in lovely Savannah.

03/01/2017 By Megan McDonald