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This weekend offers bundle of bargains

This weekend offers bundle of bargains

March 2, 2011

This weekend, Longboat Key is a bargain-hunter's dream.

Local artist feature of textile exhibit

Local artist feature of textile exhibit

February 23, 2011

Longboat Key resident Ruth Adler Schnee’s designs and a film about her life will be shown at the Museum Palazzo Mocenigo, in Venice, Italy.

Raffle prize is crown jewel of Kiwanis Foundation Ball

February 23, 2011

Maggie Buterbaugh was the happy winner of the 3.56-carat Tanzanite jewel, the prize of the Kiwanis Foundation Valentine’s Ball raffle.

Matarese's gown is a perfect fit

Matarese's gown is a perfect fit

February 23, 2011

Marnie Matarese attended the Kiwanis Foundation Valentine’s Ball Feb. 12 in a stunning tulle-and-sequined gown.

Monroes celebrate 63 years on Valentine's Day

Monroes celebrate 63 years on Valentine's Day

February 23, 2011

Congratulations to Betty and Perry Monroe, who celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary on Valentine’s Day.

Kenny Barr celebrates 70 years with longtime friends

Kenny Barr celebrates 70 years with longtime friends

February 23, 2011

Friends and co-workers filled the Sports Page Bar & Grill Sunday afternoon to celebrate Kenny Barr's 70th birthday.

Photographer goes into nesting mode

Photographer goes into nesting mode

February 16, 2011

On Sunday, Feb. 13, Dr. Lou Newman captured this shot of an adult bald eagle with one of two chicks in the nest located mid-Key at Bayport Beach & Tennis Club.

Town beach talks scheduled

February 16, 2011

Town Manager Bruce St. Denis has scheduled beach project presentations, titled "Beaches 101," at Town Hall, 501 Bay Isles Road, this week at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 16 and 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 18.

Sunset performance is instrumental for musician

Sunset performance is instrumental for musician

February 16, 2011

Musician Sang Won Park, a native of Seoul, South Korea, and a resident of New York City, performed a fifth-century Korean instrument, the kayagum, at sunset outside of the Ritz-Carlton Beach Club after a lecture by Dr. Helga Wall-Apelt.

Super Bowl victory tastes sweet for Arpke

Super Bowl victory tastes sweet for Arpke

February 16, 2011

Ray Arpke, owner and chef of Euphemia Haye, was lucky enough to see his favorite team win the big game two weeks ago.



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