Put Your Oar In

Five Local Aquatic Adventures for Kayakers, Canoers and Paddleboarders

From lazy canoe rides to after-dark paddleboard excursions, there's something for everyone.

04/04/2016 By Cooper Levey-Baker

Culture City

Take a Tour of Architecturally Significant Venice Homes

Bob Plunket, our Real Estate Junkie, takes us on a tour of architecturally significant Venice homes.

02/08/2016 By Robert Plunket Photography by Everett Dennison

Calling All Nighthawks

Why We Love the Waffle House

While the world sleeps, breakfast—and an iconic American experience—await.

01/25/2016 Photography by Cooper Levey-Baker

Neighborhood Guide

Neighborhood Guide: Lakewood Ranch

There are many reasons to love Lakewood Ranch—even if you don’t live there.

01/06/2016 Edited by Ilene Denton

Real Estate

Rosemary Rising

With eight new planned projects, Sarasota's Rosemary District's long-delayed promise may be coming true.

09/04/2015 By Cooper Levey-Baker Photography by Everett Dennison

Road Rage

A Look at Sarasota's Growing Traffic Problem

Brookings Institution fellow and Sarasota native Adie Tomer on what's driving our current traffic crisis.

05/01/2015 By Adie Tomer

Young Professionals

A Night at the YPG

Can a young professional like me find a satisfying job and social life in Sarasota?

03/31/2015 By Isaac Eger Photography by Everett Dennison

Money Talks

Inside Sarasota Wealth: The (Multi)Millionaire Next Door

Sarasota is attracting well-heeled newcomers at one of the fastest rates in the nation. Business journalist Rich Rescigno reports on who they are--and why they're coming.

03/01/2014 By Rich Rescigno

Article

The New Sarasota: A Diverse Group of Young Adults is Redefining Our City

Cooper Levey-Baker takes a look at how the millenial generation is adapting to--and changing--Sarasota.

01/02/2014 Photography by Everett Dennison By Cooper Levey-Baker

Article

Into the Wild

04/01/2012 By Beau Denton Photography by Everett Dennison

Beaux Arts

Too Rich and Too Big?

Three Sarasota mansions—each one the talk of the town—signal a return to the Beaux Arts style of 100 years ago.

08/01/2011 By Robert Plunket