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What's your wine style?

What's your wine style?

September 16, 2009

WineStyles, in Lakewood Ranch, takes a customer-friendly approach to wine, displaying bottles by style, also known as flavor.

Profiles of Summer: Double forte

Profiles of Summer: Double forte

September 9, 2009

Pine View senior and double bassist Theo Breen is on his way to symphony superstardom.

Opera House reopens aisles, loses 48 seats

Opera House reopens aisles, loses 48 seats

September 9, 2009

The Sarasota Opera House removes four-dozen new seats after receiving some complaints from longtime patrons.

Italian chef brings tradition to Cantina Toscana

Italian chef brings tradition to Cantina Toscana

September 9, 2009

After listening to his enthusiastic travel stories and many cooking experiences, you would never believe Valerio Pescetelli, chef at Cantina Toscana in Lakewood Ranch, is only 24 years old.

'Last Comic Standing' finalist to take Trinity MCC stage

'Last Comic Standing' finalist to take Trinity MCC stage

September 2, 2009

New York-based comedian Michele Balan will perform at the East County church Sept. 12.

Profiles of Summer: Leading Ladies

Profiles of Summer: Leading Ladies

September 2, 2009

Sarasota Ballet’s new principal dancers may share the same title, but it’s the technical differences that will set them apart this season.

Luis Garcia raises the roof at Circus Sarasota

Luis Garcia raises the roof at Circus Sarasota

September 2, 2009

Tent master Luis Garcia has been with Circus Sarasota from the start, and he’s still on the top of his game.

Folk singer performs satire at sunset

Folk singer performs satire at sunset

September 2, 2009

Ishmael Katz returned Monday, Aug. 31 to the Sarasota Sailing Squadron for an evening of political wisecracks and ballads.

Film Review: 'In the loop'

Film Review: 'In the loop'

August 20, 2009

Political satires are a tough sell on the big screen. Films such as “Wag the Dog” and “Primary Colors” never came close to the genius that fueled Stanley Kubrick’s “Dr. Strangelove” in 1964. But writer/director Armando Iannucci’s first feature film, “In the Loop,” is on the right track because it watches Washington spin and sell the insanities of war.

Profiles of Summer: Leading by Example

Profiles of Summer: Leading by Example

August 19, 2009

Marshall Rousseau, the longest serving director of the Salvador Dalí Museum, will help guide the Ringling Museum through a sudden transition.



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