What I've Learned
Under the Influence
Megan McDonald and David Hackett
Taste the Tropics
The funds benefit Mote's Sea Turtle Research & Conservation Program.
Evans will be responsible for the company’s human resources activities across the southeast region.
Class members will take part in seven training sessions from late April through late June.
The total estimated economic impact of out-of-county attendees and donors to the 2019 festival yielded $7,117,300.
The organization will now be known as Lighthouse Vision Loss Education Center.
Balandra will receive networking opportunities and professional development throughout the year.
Finalists are judged on several areas, including innovation of a product or service, business growth and contributions to the community.
Kelly Deam will oversee the peer-to-peer mentor and medical grant assistance programs, as well as other project management tasks, at the growing nonprofit.
The Cambridge program was first implemented at Sarasota High School in 2011.
All employees of Allied Cooling & Heating have been retained and will continue to work with their existing customers.
Singer-composer-actor Helga Davis, winner of the 2019 Hermitage Artist Retreat Greenfield Prize, electrified patrons with her unique version of "My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music.
The classes will focus on how to start a cottage food or small farm operation.
The event will feature information booths throughout the park on a variety of environmental issues.
It's the sixth consecutive win for the homebuilder.
Dominic DiMaio will work with the board of directors and staff to initiate, implement and evaluate all aspects of LWRBA activities and develop growth strategies.
Actor Greg Kinnear made his directorial debut with Phil, the world premiere closing night film.
The party took place at Sage after awards and a world premiere film screening at the Sarasota Opera House.
The seventh annual festival offered attendees pours of bourbon, whiskey, Scotch and more over the weekend, including the grand tasting at the Hyatt Regency Sarasota.
Supporters of the academy, which serves at risk elementary and middle school boys, turned up in island attire or wearing yellow for the spring fund raiser.
The luncheon gathering near Mable Ringling's rose garden offered mimosas, food, music and more.