Daily Headlines — APRIL FOOLS!
+Professional mime group proclaims 'silence is golden'
Silence is Golden Theatre, the non-profit educational and performing-mime group, plans to open in early November.
+SMR adds 'green' to its portfolio
SMR Farms is shifting crops to meet Florida's medical marijuana demand.
+Colony to be demolished
The town of Longboat Key has approved a special-use permit to allow a monster-truck show to demolish the Colony Beach & Tennis Resort.
+Swan, peacock hybrid ruffles residents' feathers
Schnoodles and Maltipoos inspired a resident to breed designer hybrid birds known as sweacocks.
+Adult bookstore has city turning pages
Following a 3-2 vote last month, which denied a 98,000-square-foot Walmart Supercenter in the Ringling Shopping Center, city commissioners are now considering a proposal for a new tenant: Hardbound, a fast-growing Tampa Bay adult-bookstore chain.
+2013 It's Read Everywhere
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Good pick for Pick
St. Mary, Star of the Sea, Catholic Church Reverend Emeritus Edward Pick was born in 1935 and ordained to the priesthood in 1960.
Lovebirds: 75 years fly
Charles “Buzz” and Jane Walker celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary on Valentine’s Day with 40 family members and friends at Moore’s Stonecrab Restaurant.
Back in the running
We were skeptical last April when former Longboat Key resident John Wallace told us he had reached the finish line of his marathon career.