Binge-Worthy!

What Our Editors Are Watching This Fall

From romance to comedy to chills, the coming season has it all.

5:05pm By Kay Kipling

Bubble Trouble

Are We in Another Real Estate Bubble?

“We’re very overdue for a recession,” says Chris McCarty, director of the University of Florida’s Bureau of Economic and Business Research.

09/17/2018 By Susan Burns

Red Tide

Mote and NOAA Report Spike in Dolphin Deaths—and Red Tide is Likely to Blame

Forty-nine bottlenose dolphins have died in Southwest Florida since July 1.

09/14/2018 By Jonathan Goodman

Mais Oui

French Beauty Tips from Third-Generation Expert Clémence von Mueffling

The author and beauty expert will be at the Florida Poodle Rescue's fundraiser Nov. 5 at Michael's On East. In the meantime, she's spilling her style secrets.

09/07/2018 By Heather Dunhill

First Aid

Mote and FIU Are Trying to Help Manatees Exposed to Toxic Red Tide

If successful, the treatment could be used to aid dolphins, turtles and birds, too.

09/06/2018 By Megan McDonald

Sweat Sesh

We Tried It: An Urban Sweat Lodge

A new downtown Sarasota 'sweat lodge' claims it offers a variety a health benefits. Is it worth the hype?

09/06/2018 By Ashley Cooper

Weekly Planner

A Jumbo Cupcake Eating Contest, First Fridays on Palm and More Local Dining Events

Including a half-dozen doughnut run, Solid Slab Sundays at Mr. Beery's and more.

09/05/2018 By Staff

A Path Forward

Should the Legacy Trail Be Extended?

Voters will answer the question in November, when they will decide whether to approve a bond referendum that would pay for the project.

08/29/2018 By Cooper Levey-Baker

Skip the Straw

A New Group Works to Eliminate Single-Use Plastic

Rethinking Plastic Sarasota holds quarterly meetings to educate the public about plastic consumption, reduction and legislation.

08/29/2018 By Megan McDonald

One County

Should Longboat Key Belong to Sarasota or Manatee County?

Longboat Key has two suitors. Is it time to choose?

08/29/2018 By Susan Burns

Unity Awards 2019

Promote Diversity: Nominate Now for the 2019 Unity Awards!

We're searching for our region's champions of diversity.

08/27/2018 By Staff

Environment

Lawmakers Hosting Red Tide Town Hall Saturday

State Reps. Margaret Good and Joe Gruters are holding a joint town hall from 3 to 4:30 p.m. this Saturday, Aug. 25, to hear concerns about red tide.

08/22/2018 By Staff

Seafood Safety

Is Gulf Seafood Safe to Eat?

Which Gulf seafood is safe to eat—and which Gulf seafood you should avoid—during red tide.

08/21/2018 By Audrey Warne

Holistic Beauty

Luxury Skincare Pioneer Tammy Fender Talks Natural Skincare and 'Slow Beauty'

Healer and fellow Florida-girl Tammy Fender shares her insight on holistic beauty and caring for our skin in this tropical climate.

08/17/2018 By Heather Dunhill

Au Revoir

Three Local Boutiques are Shuttering

You'll find huge sales and more offerings this weekend from Vintiquity Lane and Clever Rose; plus, Bohemian Bliss moves on.

08/16/2018 By Vanessa Blankenship

Weekly Planner

National Honey Bee Day, Sarasota's Monthly Food Truck Rally and More Local Dining Events

Including Englewood Pioneer Days, yoga classes at The Westin and more.

08/14/2018 By Vanessa Blankenship

Weekend Planner

Your Top 6 Things to Do: Aug. 9-15

A free outdoor movie at Benderson Park, Rob Schneider at McCurdy's Comedy Theatre, drumming at the Ringling Museum and more.

08/09/2018 By Ilene Denton

Weekly Planner

Woodstock Revival, Sandwich Night and More Delicious Dining Events

Including pizza-making classes at Baker & Wife and a five-course wine dinner at Harry's Continental Kitchen.

08/08/2018 By Staff

Offshore Treasure

Manasota Offshore is a Treasure Worth Protecting

Public agencies and citizens' groups are working together to safeguard the underwater burial site off Manasota Beach.

08/08/2018 By Brad Edmondson