Listening to Black Voices
Black Lives Matter
Who We Are
Dan Fost, Cooper Levey-Baker, and Kay Kipling
A New Day for the Arts
Under the Influence
Megan McDonald and David Hackett
The academy will offer core curriculum virtually, with afternoon electives in the arts.
As of Monday afternoon, SMH was treating a record 98 COVID-19 patients.
The stainless steel bottles come in 24 oz., 32 oz. and 40 oz. sizes.
The Future Was Female
To mark Amendment 19's 100th anniversary of giving women the right to vote, we're telling the stories of influential local women.
The six-story Compass Hotel Anna Maria Sound has 123 water-view rooms, including 10 suites.
Carole Crosby, a former principal harpist with the Detroit Symphony and lawyer, will lead the Asolo's board of directors.
The winners will be announced on Aug. 28.
A mandatory mask order is also in effect.
The funds will be used to provide youth in North Port a continuum of services.
The new services will help customers do business within the city, especially during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
The unemployment rate was 12.7 percent for the week ending June 27.
Carrie Price will serve as board chair and Kay Wight as vice-chair.
Hookee and Joyce had been recovering at Mote's Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Hospital.
The funds will help recipient entities and their employees with economic hardships caused by the forced closure of their operations due to the spread of COVID-19.
Joining the board for three-year terms are John Humphrey, Mercedes Soler, Carla Plush Smith, Dr. Janet Taylor and Judge Charles E. Williams.
The money will be used to train and "upskill" local workers.
Wilhm will be responsible for the school's fundraising efforts, including major gifts, annual fund, planned giving, special events, and its ongoing capital campaign.
Safe and Stylish
With mask ordinances in effect, we've found face coverings from local boutiques that will keep you safe—*without* sacrificing your style.
Back at it
The market is the first in the area to reopen since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jessika Ward asks herself how the world sees her—and is surprised to find answers at The Ringling’s “Being Seen” exhibit.