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Theater Review: 'Just Desserts'

Theater Review: 'Just Desserts'

October 12, 2011

What would you do to win a luscious cupcake the size of a baby’s head? Break-dance for 30 seconds? Spit on a gerbil? Lick a gravestone?

Music Review: Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota: Sirena Huang, violinist

Music Review: Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota: Sirena Huang, violinist

October 12, 2011

What makes a career — I mean a major career — in music? We’ve all heard performers who seem to have less talent than others but, somehow, have made it into the stratospheric realm of superstardom.

Black Tie & Tales

Black Tie & Tales

October 12, 2011

Equality Florida honors Donald Geike; A safe haven for Pongo; Black Tie Affair; Tidbits; Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble

Home & Garden: Botanical Paradise

Home & Garden: Botanical Paradise

October 12, 2011

This residence, located on the south end of Siesta Key, is home to a variety of plants, including both green and white bamboo, a variety of different types of irises, crinum lillies, birds of paradise, corkscrew palms and a few coconut trees.

Black Tie Standout of the Week

Black Tie Standout of the Week

October 10, 2011

India Lambert and Seaman HR Clarence Cheaves, U.S. Navy at the NAACP Freedom Awards Dinner, October 6 at the Hyatt. Seaman Cheaves is stationed in Pensacola; "HR" stands for Hospitalman Recruit. His step father is Sarasota County Chapter NAACP president Trevor Harvey.

Dirk Meyer earns new title of associate conductor

Dirk Meyer earns new title of associate conductor

October 5, 2011

As the Sarasota Orchestra begins its search for a new director, Maestro Dirk Meyer gets ready to start the season with a new title — associate conductor.

Scene & Heard

Scene & Heard

October 5, 2011

Filmmakers shoot touching story in SRQ; s/ART/q's Sabrina Small needs your love

Summer Roundup: A Trip Around the United States in Music

Summer Roundup: A Trip Around the United States in Music

October 5, 2011

We seemed to spend our summer holiday in the footsteps of dozens of Sarasota Orchestra musicians.

BACKSTAGE PASS: Tales from the script

BACKSTAGE PASS: Tales from the script

October 5, 2011

Think your life doesn’t warrant an autobiography? Sarasota writer Liz Coursen says it does — and she’s got the tools to help you tell it.

Easy does it: cured salmon with herbs and cracked pepper

Easy does it: cured salmon with herbs and cracked pepper

October 5, 2011

There are some dishes that make a cook look good with remarkably little effort and no special skills. This is one of them.



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