We’re over politicians’ promises, toxic spills and stinky summers. Red tide is ruining Southwest Florida, and it’s time to act. We’ll ask the Suncoast Waterkeeper what citizens—and state leaders—need to do.
We’re hungry for solace right now, and who better to supply it than the rising TikTok star who’s redefining Jewish food? Expect challah, chicken soup and comfort on the menu at his Federation talk in October.
With her multimedia installation at The Ringling, the Montreal dancer/choreographer proves that protest can take many forms, showing how enslaved Africans and their descendants used dance to resist and survive. Visitors can join the dance—and the movement.
At a time of rising incivility, the UF prof’s research concludes that rudeness makes people less likely to take in new information and make smart decisions. Meaning Facebook really does make us stupid.
In his first-ever public appearance, a Sarasota Covid-19 patient treated with ivermectin will reveal exactly how the veterinary dewormer affects humans.