In 2008, actor Don Laurin Johnson was under his truck making repairs and adjustments when he got a text from his mother, Sybil Barnes-Johnson
It's every actor's nightmare to be naked on stage, but costume shop manager David Kovach has them covered.
It's almost laughable to think we can stuff all the music events for 2013 into a column. In 2012, we learned that, based on a recent national study, Sarasota was voted No. 1 in the arts in the U.S. for communities of its size.
Richard Hopkins has directed an astounding production of "The Best of Enemies" as tight as the strings of a violin, each note resonating a variation of a wide range of emotion.
As we say farewell to the 2012 Black Tie season, we take a look back on a philanthropic year filled with fashion-forward attendees and themed events.
Sculptor Patrick Dougherty weaves saplings into nest-like sculptures, using a method that stems from the outdoorsman's childhood.
She's a Broadway baby once again; Spoiler alert: the finale of 'The Nutcracker;' Three Bobs wrap up third year