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Go For the Gold
The "Flame of Hope" made a special stop at the downtown Sarasota coffee and ice cream shop, which employs 35 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The funds come from the Community Foundation of Sarasota County to support equity and access.
“Anywhere that we can help with this homeless crisis, we will be on the frontlines. No questions asked.”
Their nonprofit uses the sport to teach healthy living, leadership and inclusion.
“It’s a human rights movement disguised as a coffee and ice cream shop."
Three great instructors, three different ways to get healthy.
On the Road
Nomads Rob Thorington and Stephanie Jaramillo remodel vans for other wanderers.
The organizations have scheduled four vaccine clinics in predominantly Black neighborhoods in Sarasota.
"It's Beautiful This Morning"
“I’ve been sitting in the same place for 25 years. I’ve watched families come each year; I take pictures with their kids. Now, their kids are bringing their kids.”
"We’re all human; Black businesses want the American dream, too."
“Gender inequality is bad for everyone. It’s bad for men. It’s bad for women. It’s bad for societies.”
“In spite of our differences we can still have meaningful dialogue and fellowship.”
Best of the Year
A visual reminder of the year that was from our talented photographers.
Sarasota Magazine Staff
Jennifer Msumba self-produced and released her first album "Music Saved Me," during the pandemic.
Destined to Play
In the book, Williams recounts many moments of providence in his life.
'This Is An Incredible Time in History'
Jen Ahearn-Koch discusses the protests that have rocked America, how Sarasota city government should respond and whether we need to 'defund the police.'
Chants of "Black lives matter," "No justice, no peace," and "I can't breathe" echoed through downtown Sarasota on Wednesday.