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Mattison's conjures up classic cooking

Mattison's conjures up classic cooking

March 3, 2010

On a recent afternoon at Mattison's Forty-One, Chef Paul Mattison hosted 'Affordable Gourmet,' a lunchtime cooking class with a focus on affordable, but also substantial, ingredients and meals.

Oscar Mania: And the winner is...

Oscar Mania: And the winner is...

March 3, 2010

Records stand to be broken at this year's Academy Awards, and producers are hoping it will be viewer numbers. The big lures are Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin co-hosting the event (their promos are hilarious) and the fact that the 'Best Picture' category has been super-sized from five to 10 nominations. But fear not, it's being billed as the shortest ceremony ever. So, place your bets, root for your faves and sit back and enjoy the show.

Chorus of the Keys honors Broadway

Chorus of the Keys honors Broadway

March 3, 2010

Sarasota's championship barbershop chorus will pay tribute to Broadway's biggest dames this weekend at its 61st annual spring show at Riverview.

The glass masters

The glass masters

March 3, 2010

The three artists featured in this month's Selby Gallery's 'Perestroika' exhibit explain the precarious process of glass-art making.

Music Review: 'Hansel and Gretel'

Music Review: 'Hansel and Gretel'

March 3, 2010

Sarasota Opera's latest addition to this season's repertory is the story of alcoholism, cannibalism, child abuse and a bad marriage. In the hands of composer Engelbert Humperdinck, 'Hansel and Gretel' has become a charming, grand opera favorite that has audiences happily humming familiar tunes as they exit the theater.

Film review: 'Shutter Island'

Film review: 'Shutter Island'

February 24, 2010

Martin Scorsese's new release, 'Shutter Island,' is a nerve-shattering head spinner that will mess with your mind long after exiting the theater.

Smooth shutterbug

Smooth shutterbug

February 24, 2010

On the eve of the 30th Sarasota Jazz Festival, longtime jazz photographer Jean Germain shares the stories behind her pictures.

Pirate-ship bed makes waves at showcase

Pirate-ship bed makes waves at showcase

February 24, 2010

Jeanette Simpson's pirate-ship bed for the Sarasota Orchestra's Designer Showcase is turning seasoned patrons into kids again.

Music Review: Sarasota Opera: 'Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)'

Music Review: Sarasota Opera: 'Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)'

February 24, 2010

If you look at the G. Schirmer vocal score of Mozart's "Die Zauberflöte" ("The Magic Flute"), you'll see that it has only 167 pages of music. Yet some productions can seem interminable. Fortunately, the one presented by the Sarasota Opera positively flew by.

Dance Review: 'Vespri,' 'I Napoletani' and Divertissements

Dance Review: 'Vespri,' 'I Napoletani' and Divertissements

February 24, 2010

The Sarasota Ballet presented a mixed bill this past weekend featuring reprisals of André Prokovsky's "Vespri" and Dominic Walsh's "I Napoletani," which this time featured the dancers of the Sarasota Ballet instead of his own company, along with a series of classically renowned solos and pas de deux.



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