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Final Month: Roy Lichtenstein: Monet’s Garden Goes Pop!

As Monet’s Pop Art garden comes to an end, visitors will soon enjoy African American landscape painters of mid-century Florida at Selby Gardens’ Downtown Sarasota campus.

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Downtown Dining: Try These Vibrant Retro Revivals

Sage and the Bijou Café celebrate summer with fresh menus of their greatest hits alongside brand-new flavors.

06/11/2021

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Four Steps to Finding the Right Home Builder

The importance of the process leading up to one of the largest financial investments of your life cannot be overstated. We’ve got the insider tips on what to do.

06/10/2021

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Hurricane Season Is Here: Understanding Employee Pay During and After a Hurricane

Advice from a labor and employment law specialist with longtime Sarasota firm Williams Parker

06/10/2021 By Jennifer Fowler-Hermes

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Creating the First Brain Healthy Community

Through science, education, and public programs, the Brain Health Initiative is enhancing its impact on the Suncoast region.

06/09/2021

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Behind The Gates: Sarasota’s Most Expensive Home For Sale

Have you ever dreamed of owning your own private resort? If so, now is your time, and this is your opportunity.

06/08/2021

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Sol of the Circle Series Celebrates Summer on St. Armands

From family days to free yoga in the park, the Circle’s summertime vibes are high.

06/03/2021

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Iconic Contemporary Furnisher B&B Italia Finds a Home in Sarasota

Downtown’s Soft Square is selected as the sole dealer in Florida of the exclusive European brand.

06/02/2021 By Sarafina Murphy-Gibson

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The Box Office Is Open at the Van Wezel

As live theatre returns, early subscribers are claiming the best seats in the house.

05/26/2021

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June Never Sounded Better with Sarasota Music Festival’s Return

SMF continues its 55-year history of passionate music-making in the heart of the city.

05/26/2021

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Table Talk: A Conversation with Coby Leach

Connors Steak & Seafood has acquired a cult-like following of foodies. Here’s the dish.

05/24/2021

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Restoring Brain Health: A Live Q&A with Dr. Garland Glenn, DC

Learn how the symptoms of cognitive decline, including Alzheimer’s, can be reversed at this free online event on June 9.

05/19/2021

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Gulf Coast Community Foundation Named One of the Country’s Best Nonprofits

The foundation has earned the national ranking from The NonProfit Times for two years running and five years overall.

05/19/2021

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Trending: More Homebuyers Are Building Custom Due to Low Inventory

With limited listings, those looking for their dream home are getting creative and going custom.

05/18/2021

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05/07/2021

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When It Comes to Stroke, Think F-A-S-T

Getting treatment quickly can mean the difference between recovery and permanent disability.

05/07/2021 By Stephanie Peabody, PsyD, HSPP, Neuropsychologist; Founder and Executive Director, Brain Health Initiative

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Return to Music with Sarasota Orchestra’s Jubilant 2021–2022 Concert Series

The joy is palpable as musicians, guest conductors, and soloists return to full orchestra performances.

04/28/2021

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Ringling College Announces Its Summer Semester

Registration is now open with classes running from May 10 to July 2.

04/27/2021

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Who Should Consider Being Evaluated for Bio Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Anyone approaching 40 years old, with or without symptoms, who would like to improve their current state or ensure they can negotiate the next decade optimal...

04/26/2021 By Dr. Tim Blend

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Dr. Garland Glenn, DC - The Carroll Institute

“Fear of losing my mind” is at the top of the list of what most people dread about aging.

04/23/2021