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Professional and amateur artists at the 2022 international sand sculpting competition are primed to make jaws drops with these sandy creations.
After a recent spate of no-swim advisories, we asked the Florida Department of Health what causes them and what precautions we need to take.
It’s hot, the days are long and the kids are out of school. We’ve got seven great places to let off steam.
June marks the return of the family-friendly and free Sarasota youth beach runs at Siesta Beach and Brohard Beach.
One of the owners of Aqua-Tots Swim Schools shares four simple tips to keep in mind.
Sometimes, all Mom wants on Mother's Day is some peace and quiet in the great outdoors. Here are some local spots you should hit up this Sunday.
This Saturday, April 30, beekeepers will lead activity stations with interactive demonstration hives, honey tastings, games, crafts and story time.
Become a citizen scientist by recording the health and quality of Sarasota Bay seagrass.
Pick your own fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers while the weather's still nice.
The new "micro-mobility" program lets riders rent bikes and scooters for an hourly rate.
From Brohard Beach and Paw Park to Bayfront Park on Longboat Key, there's an abundance of dog parks and dog-friendly trails to explore in Sarasota.
The Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast is hosting a pair of bird count events for kids ages 5-10 in December.
We’ve found five rides off the beaten path, from urban to rural, inland to coastal, that offer variety in scenery and skill level.
Central Florida's springs might feel a little chillier than usual this time of year, but they're still an amazing destination.
Krooz's new shop carries the company's five high-end e-bike models.
Break a sweat
The free series starts this Saturday and continues weekly through mid-December.
Sarasota's Parks and Recreation department is ensuring everyone can join in the fun.
Thirty to 40 people now show up at a time, looking to make friends or get in some cardio.
What I Did on My Summer Vacation
The Blue Ridge mountains are just a day's drive away.
The $100,000 matching grant will be used to continue southward expansion of the urban forest, including planting scrub oaks and removing invasive vegetation.