Celine Rosenthal, previously an artistic associate and directing fellow at Asolo Rep, has joined the theater's senior leadership team.
Chris-Craft is debuting its new Launch 28 GT this week at the Cannes Yachting Festival.
That's down from last year's event, which generated $36.2 million in economic impact.
Joining the board are Norbert Donelly, Marcy Klein, Cornelia Matson, Marianne McComb and Charlie Mueller.
The next luncheon hosted by the local chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association will feature Joel Eschenbach of Notion Design Group.
Owners Brett and Paula Laurvick are celebrating the grand opening of Cellar Fifty-Five Wine Storage on Thursday, Sept. 13.
The American economy added 201,000 jobs in August while the nation's unemployment remained 3.9 percent, according to new data.
The Sarasota City Commission on Thursday voted to approve a plan to redevelop 53 acres around the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall.
Consumer confidence among Floridians dropped last month, according to new survey results published by the University of Florida.
North Venice's PGT Innovations, which manufactures impact-resistant doors and windows, is looking to hire.
Karins Engineering Group, Inc. recently promoted executive engineer John Bonacci and hired Thomas Hagood and Jerome DiMercurio.
The Lake Osprey Building has more than 34,000 square feet of office space and is fully leased.
Owner Michelle Barrett recently renovated Alberti's on Main, updating the flooring, walls, cabinets and more.
Thomas Luzier recently became a partner at the Sarasota law firm Williams Parker.
The promotion is intended to encourage retail business during a typically slow month, slower than usual this year because of red tide.
Former Sarasota Herald-Tribune publisher Patrick Dorsey, meanwhile, was named publisher of the Austin American-Statesman.
Oxfam created the rankings by analyzing minimum wage policies, whether workers can take time off for sickness and pregnancy and more.
Including a half-dozen doughnut run, Solid Slab Sundays at Mr. Beery's and more.
Pip & Grow makes cardboard boxes that provide a safe place for newborns to sleep until they are 6 months old.
Tracy Pratt, Will Robinson, Margaret Good, Ray Pilon, Liv Coleman, Tommy Gregory, James Buchanan, Robert Samuel Kaplan and Tony Mowry have been invited to participate.