The country's consul general sees potential.
Art in the Park
The exhibit opens April 4 in Sarasota's Bayfront Park.
Commission to vote on tax plan Wednesday.
Arts and Culture
The presentation will take place Friday at Alderman Oaks.
The 23rd Kent C. Schulz Distinguished Alumni Award will be presented April 11.
The April 5 event features several financial experts, including Raphael Bostic, the president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
The Reserve now offers curated varieties of red and white wine.
Chip Gaylor, Veronica Brandon-Miller, Drayton Saunders and Dean Crowley will be recognized by Leadership Sarasota County.
A company from Jupiter, Florida, recently purchased the 900-unit Carlton Arms complex.
Sarasota Bradenton International Airport recently installed two lactation suites created by the Vermont company Mamava.
The Bradenton Area Convention Center is hosting a Shabby Chic Vintage Market & Artisan Day on Sunday, March 25.
Richard Tharp, a sales representative and brand ambassador for the furniture manufacturer Baker, is leading a design seminar at the Sarasota location of Robb & Stucky.
The nonprofit's resale, recycling and salvage operations keep millions of pounds of junk out of landfills and also generate revenue for Goodwill and its partners.
The next Sarasota Tiger Bay Club lunchtime panel will feature Sheriff Tom Knight, state Sen. Greg Steube, Curt Lavarello and Scott Lempe.
Sarasota County ranks as Florida's sixth healthiest county and Manatee County ranks as the state's 17th healthiest county, according to new research.
Britain's InterContinental Hotels Group recently opened a new hotel in Lakewood Ranch: EVEN Hotel Sarasota-Lakewood Ranch.
Sarasota recently unveiled a draft of its long-anticipated form-based code, whose purpose is to create predictable building patterns around the city.
VenturePitch SWFL recently selected 10 semi-finalists for its most recent investment contest, a list that includes one Sarasota company and one Venice company.
The Florida Maritime Museum recently renovated Cortez's original general store to serve as a folk craft school and as storage and research space.
The Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce's next Conexiones networking event will take place 5:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, March 21.