The staff was using typewriters and Sarasota was called Clubhouse when editorial director Pam Daniel first signed on. Since then, she’s not only made the switch to computers (though the IT people might question that) but helped steer the magazine through major expansion and shelves full of awards. Still excited by the city and its never-ending stories, she loves how the digital universe has expanded Sarasota’s reach. A nature lover and thrift-store addict, she has a cute Siesta cottage filled with way too many finds, and by the time he was 5 had trained her grandson Alan to bargain at yard sales. (His biggest scores? A stuffed owl for $8 and a vintage clock radio—it works!—for  a dime.)

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From The Editor

05/01/2011 By Pam Daniel

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Grill Crazy

04/01/2011 By Pam Daniel Photography by Gene Pollux

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From The Editor

04/01/2011 By Pam Daniel

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Senior Moments

03/01/2011 By Pam Daniel Photography by Ted Mase

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From The Editor

03/01/2011 By Pam Daniel Photography by Alan Thomas

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From The Editor

02/01/2011 By Pam Daniel

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From The Editor

01/01/2011 By Pam Daniel

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From the Editor

12/01/2010 By Pam Daniel

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From The Editor

11/01/2010 By Pam Daniel

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From The Editor

10/01/2010 By Pam Daniel

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From The Editor

09/01/2010 By Pam Daniel

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From The Editor

08/01/2010 By Pam Daniel

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Interview

08/01/2010 By Pam Daniel Photography by Barbara Banks

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Of Oil—and Water

07/01/2010 By Pam Daniel

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From The Editor

05/01/2010 By Pam Daniel

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From The Editor

04/01/2010 By Pam Daniel

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Aristocrats of The Air

02/01/2010 By Pam Daniel Photography by Andrea Hillebrand

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He's Got It All Going On

02/01/2010 By Pam Daniel Photography by William S. Speer