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Performance art

Performance art

April 27, 2011

GPAC's performance coordinator, Deborah Kerr, explains her all-encompassing job title, Canadian sense of humor and fascination with puppets.

Edibles — Lynn Barrie: exotic meets engaging

Edibles — Lynn Barrie: exotic meets engaging

April 27, 2011

British by birth, Lynn Barrie has lived not only in England, but West Africa and Pakistan and Westport, Conn., all before moving to Sarasota. And all that experience comes together in her personal style and in how she entertains.

Black Tie & Tales

Black Tie & Tales

April 27, 2011

Today, he is a fountain pen; 91 is the magic number; Flamingos invade Casey Key; Tidbits; and Black Tie Affair.

A Q&A with Jose Manuel Carreno

A Q&A with Jose Manuel Carreno

April 23, 2011

José Manuel Carreño opens up about next season's Carreño Dance Festival, his coming retirement and those unfulfilled baseball dreams.

Body of work

Body of work

April 20, 2011

After spending half of her career hanging from circus ropes and hoofing it in toe shoes and leotards, Seva Anthony learns the art of stillness.

Scene & Heard

Scene & Heard

April 20, 2011

Farrell gets her dance on in Sarasota; 'See Jane' make lasting connections at SFF; Carolyn Michel reunites with herself; Ebtg closes up shop; HOT TICKETS

Local teens pen sitcom, Hollywood comes calling

Local teens pen sitcom, Hollywood comes calling

April 20, 2011

When Castille Landon left Bradenton three years ago to pursue an acting career in Los Angeles, she never dreamed she'd be flying home for her first real shot at a starring role.

Edibles: Fleming's: the art of steak

Edibles: Fleming's: the art of steak

April 20, 2011

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar has a rare authenticity.

MUSIC REVIEW: La Musica: April 10 and April 13 Concerts

April 20, 2011

La Musica has brought us some stellar programs with equally stellar performers in the past but this year, much of what we heard has been quite special.

FILM REVIEW: 'The Conspirator'

FILM REVIEW: 'The Conspirator'

April 20, 2011

If we are to believe the premise of Robert Redford’s new film, "The Conspirator," the quest for revenge when blinded by hate can eradicate the truth. Was the trial of Mary Surratt, the lone woman charged in the plot to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln, a quest for justice or a horrible scam?



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