Violinist Anton Cutajar, who performs at weddings and parties and gives private lessons, treated shoppers at St. Armands Circle to his rendition of "What a Wonderful World" Tuesday, Jan. 8.
A chance sighting at Publix led to the
return of a camera and a newfound friendship for two Longboat ladies.
The Key community gathered
to celebrate the life of framing artist Terry Petesch, 62, who died Nov. 27.
Nora White, 62, traveled the world as a volunteer for the Medical Missions Foundation of Kansas City, where she became known as 'Doctor Clown.'
Bird Key receives historical designation 99 years after the erection of the key's first mansion, which was demolished in 1959.
When Betsie Coolidge opened Cafe L'Europe in 1973 with her late husband, Titus Letschert, she never envisioned it would become an icon, beloved 40 years later by residents and tourists alike.
A Ponzi scheme wiped out a once-prominent wealth manager's career. The comeback is going slow. 'This is still us digging our way out,' says Chuck Vollmer.