Art Imitates Life
Debbie Dannheisser Threads features the artist's signature colorful designs on a range of athleisure.
"It's more than a business. It’s a tradition."
Congratulations are in order
The winning image was created by Michael White, a Ringling College of Art and Design graduate and freelance illustrator.
Byron Schenk's thrift shop offers a collection of beloved treasures.
St. Armands Circle is the key to an unparalleled experience in shopping, dining, and distinctive services.
The line is full of sweaters, dresses, pants and coats—all in Eadie's signature colorful style.
The Atomic Holiday Bazaar returns for its 14th season at the Municipal Auditorium.
The store will hold a ceremonial "cutting of the pie," and the first 500 customers will get a gift card worth between $5 and $500.
Make it sew
One tote's contents reveal the busy days and secret escapes of a vintage revivalist.
Dry In Style
Nicole Coudal is now selling kitchen towels with fun printed designs.
You might get through the five stages of post-breakup blues quicker if you follow our suggestions.
If your workspace is feeling stale, consider introducing some of these unique items.
Sea You Soon
The local brand Blend Bikinis offers tops and bottoms for all tastes.
A Collector's Paradise
Historical treasures from around the world are waiting for new homes at Rum Runner's Antiques, Dan Simic's labor of love.
Wilde Jaguar Sarasota recently received the award from Jaguar Clubs of North America.
The vice president of Phillips Collection will outline current trends in furniture and design at a free seminar on Friday, March 29.
Bookstore sales totaled $699 million in October, up 7.7 percent from $649 million in October 2017.
Hoke Investment Company, LLC, recently merged Pelican Cottage and The Flamingo’s Nest Furniture Store into one new store, Pelicans and Flamingos.
West Villages and Sembler recently broke ground on West Villages Marketplace, a Publix-anchored shopping center scheduled to open next fall.
The promotion is intended to encourage retail business during a typically slow month, slower than usual this year because of red tide.