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The first Maine Colony Community Day takes place Saturday, April 2, and will raise money to preserve the historic Phillippi Crest Community Clubhouse.
A petting zoo, funnel cakes and spinning rides provide a welcome return to normalcy.
A Bradenton teenager's menagerie includes eight tarantulas, five scorpions and one Madagascar hissing cockroach.
Miracles do happen
The Grammy-nominated R&B artist will headline an all-day event outside the Robert L. Taylor Community Center.
Bye Bye Bully
Local author and pageant queen Noelia Voigt will read her anti-bullying book to families at Children's World on May 15.
Pick wildflowers, zinnias and sunflowers, as well as green beans, black-eyed peas, eggplant and okra.
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, Amy Diamond moved from L.A. to Sarasota and just published her first children's book.
The convention will feature several "VIP Slimers," plus an ASMR film festival.
From rooftop parties to barbecue extravaganzas, there are plenty of ways to celebrate Independence Day this year.
Including a vegan cheese and wine night and the Siesta Beach Seafood and Music Festival.
Cultivating a passion for arts and culture is easy in our region.
Brooksville is a quaint historic town, north of Tampa where oak canopy roads meander through rolling green hills creating an ideal journey for the authentic Florida traveler.
Local nonprofits weigh in; plus a cute campaign from the Pines of Sarasota and how Sarasota became the nation's giving-est city thanks to this year's Giving Challenge.
Multiple marriages and blended families can challenge anyone. But the richer you are, the knottier the issues get.
This month's round-up of Sarasota health news.
Hannah Wallace shares acupuncture wisdom from Christina Captain of Sarasota's Family Healing Center.
Dr. Anne-Marie Slaughter, who will be the keynote speaker at this year's Women's Resource Center Renaissance Luncheon, on women and the workplace.