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Carmen Baskind: 'The Hungry Realtor'

Carmen Baskind: 'The Hungry Realtor'

June 15, 2011

It would not be unfair to say that Carmen Baskind cut her teeth on pasta.

Film Review: 'Midnight in Paris'

Film Review: 'Midnight in Paris'

June 15, 2011

One need not have majored in literature to love Woody Allen’s “Midnight in Paris,” but it couldn’t hurt.

Music Review: Overview of the Sarasota Music Festival

Music Review: Overview of the Sarasota Music Festival

June 15, 2011

It’s not easy. Putting together a music festival must be one of the hardest jobs there is, because you’re not only trying to please an audience, you’re also trying to teach students.

Improv master

Improv master

June 8, 2011

Florida Studio Theatre's managing director zips off to work to take care of the daily grind, but at the end of the day, it’s all about making plays.

Scene & Heard

Scene & Heard

June 8, 2011

Drag Queen Bingo makes debut in Venice; All hail the king; Booker grad gets 'cadaver' claim to fame

Film Review: 'In a Better World'

Film Review: 'In a Better World'

June 8, 2011

The brilliantly disturbing new film, "In a Better World," is an examination concerned with revenge vs. forgiveness. In it, two young boys' worlds are mirrored by their parents as they struggle with addressing brutality.

Music Review: The Sarasota Music Festival

Music Review: The Sarasota Music Festival

June 8, 2011

Driving home Friday, June 3, from the country's No. 1 beach, top down on my convertible, Sirius satellite radio was playing Schubert’s "Trout" quintet in a knockout performance by the Takacs Quartet with pianist Andreas Haefliger and bassist Joseph Carver.

PHOTO GALLERY: Dancing Through the Eyes of Women

PHOTO GALLERY: Dancing Through the Eyes of Women

June 3, 2011

Fuzion Dance Artists captivated the audience with their performance of "Dancing Through the Eyes of Women" Friday, at Art Center Sarasota.

Off the beaten track

Off the beaten track

June 1, 2011

Once upon a time, Bob Horne owned a diner chock-full of circus paraphernalia. Now, he's running a circus train that serves lunch and Sunday brunch, hoping it will one day haul passengers from its home base to various cities and offer everything from circus acts to jazz music.

Scene & Heard

Scene & Heard

June 1, 2011

'Ghost-Writer' scribe makes a case for hyphens; WBTT goes digital with donation; Booker Middle spends a night at the Met; and Hot Tickets.



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