Nate's Honor Animal Rescue is building a 31,000 square-foot adoption, vet and training center as part of its original location.
Turtles, dolphins and stingrays, oh my! Here's some of the marine life you'll find in our local waters—and some best practices for sharing it with our fishy friends.
Pardon my take
Huck, Pippi and Jane offer their takes on who's going to win Super Bowl LIV this Sunday.
The changes will double capacity for dogs and increase capacity for cats by 25 percent, allowing Nate’s Honor to save about 4,500 animals annually.
J.E. Charlotte Construction Corp. recently completed construction on a new in-ground pool for Bayside Pet Resort.
Venice's J.E. Charlotte Construction Corp. recently completed a renovation and expansion project for Sarasota's Clark Road Animal Clinic.
The Ionesco classic of absurdism gets a rare and welcome staging here.
Turing Tragic Into Teachable
Artist Angela Pozzi's sculptures of marine life are made entirely of plastic and other debris.
The line-up for the company and FSU/Asolo Conservatory includes several musicals, new plays and a classic or two.
Sarasota's MBJ Group, a talent management company, recently led the successful search for the new executive director of the Animal Rescue Coalition.
One of the first species listed as endangered on the 1972 Endangered Species Act, the Florida manatee population now numbers more than 6,300.
Padi the dog, who bit the ear of a 4-year-old boy in Manatee County last June, scored a major legal victory for dogs and their owners.
SPARCC, Meals on Wheals and Donte's Den are making sure your pet is cared for.
Meet the creative director of Detroit-based Shinola and find out how you can shop the line and help Nate's Honor Animal Rescue.
People of all ages can learn how ocean life renews itself at Mote Aquarium in Sarasota.
One day with Abe Robinson, clinical veterinarian and research fellow at Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium.
In the face of a rising tide of environmental destruction, a National Geographic photographer asks us to look these Florida creatures in the eye—and save them.
Our top picks for February.